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City of Atlanta seeking Professional Artists for Public Art Registry Database
The Larson Gallery is located on the campus of Yakima Valley Community College. Yakima is in the heart of Washington's Wine Country– the same latitude as the great wine-producing regions of France, with magnificent vineyards and 60 wineries in the Yakima Valley appellation. The Larson Gallery was established in 1949 as one of the original buildings on the campus of the then-named Yakima Valley Junior College. The Larson Gallery remains the largest and oldest continually operating non-commercial gallery in Central Washington. Its existence is a partnership between the Larson Gallery, the Larson Gallery Guild a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and Yakima Valley Community College
Looking to lead a vibrant arts organization? artEAST has grown rapidly over the past five years and is seeking an Executive Director to ensure our successful future by increasing financial support and organizational development. A successful candidate will be an experienced, creative leader with demonstrated fundraising experience, who thrives on mobilizing people to explore new possibilities.
Youth in Focusʼs mission is to empower urban youth, through photography, to experience their world in new ways and to make positive choices for their lives. We put cameras in the hands of low income, at-risk youth and place them in a challenging environment surrounded by high quality talented teachers, nurturing adult volunteer mentors, and create a strong community of support. Through photography our students find their voice, identity, creativity, and gain new confidence in their worth and abilities.
Feast Arts Center - a place to gather together, to take classes, to make art and to be part of a community. The guiding concept at Feast is the belief that community involvement enriches personal experience, that personal experience informs art making, and that art making strengthens communities.
Angeline’s Center for Homeless Women offers homeless women a safe, warm, and welcoming space with weekly activities. Most of our women enjoy music. We need volunteers with a love of music, and the ability to lead a group in discussions about music. Some music and stereo are provided. As group leader, you will set up the stereo, build rapport and engage in conversation, and lead the group in discussions about music. Women will be encouraged to bring music that speaks to them to play for the group, and to share why they love it.
The Product Manager manages the full development and production cycle of the online experience for the Museum visitor. This position will manage creation of content for and evaluate the success of the online roadmap, assessing the experience at all steps of their online interaction: from the moment a potential visitor receives an email, or uses search to find out when SAM is open, or clicks on an online ad, to their experience with our web site and all the way through to a ticket or membership transaction and then to the integration of their data into our database for future outreach and engagement. This position will actively collaborate with other departments (Curatorial, Education, Membership, Development, Marketing) to develop an online roadmap to educate, excite, and engage. A successful product manager, will be hands-on initiating and integrating web and email initiatives with strategic goals. This individual will also assess the Museum’s public-facing online needs, manage budgets and timelines, work with internal and external designers and developers, and develop metrics for success. This is a strategic project management role; not a technical one.
Provide operations support to the Administrative Department. This position is part-time, 20 hours per week, Monday-Friday 1-5 PM.
Artists are being priced out of Seattle, resulting in a creative drain from the metropolitan area. This salon will feature the work of artists who explore the value of artists and art to the city, their experience with living and working in the city, and visions for a creative future.
The Artists in Residence will have an opportunity to live and work in the historic Horlock Home in Navasota, Texas which includes living and studio space for each of the three participating artist as well as a retail gallery space.
The Hi-Life is looking for new pieces to hang for our upcoming Winter menu. We'd like art that represents the Winter season in all of its splendor.
Residency Program Funds (RPF) are for Seattle-based contemporary visual artists, curators, and arts writers who have opportunities to attend residencies out-of-state and need assistance to cover tuition, fees, and travel expenses.
You may be aware that the Hill-Snowdon Foundation recently launched our Making Black Lives Matter Initiative (MBLM)- a three year, $900,000 grantmaking and strategic co-funding initiative that seeks to support Black-led organizing as a means of building the infrastructure for Black institutional and political power for social change and racial justice.
Gallery assistant position needed for Pioneer Square gallery
Bookkeeper for a community organization
Artistic Engagement Manager will create in-depth programming and community events to enhance and broaden the conversations ACT is curating with their Mainstage programming.
The Development Associate will assist the Executive Director in researching and implementing new fundraising opportunities for TPS while processing and continuing existing ones. Duties include processing gifts and acknowledging donors, ensuring accurate database entry and timely communications with supporters, and creating a master development calendar. Additional duties include assisting as needed for fundraising events, grant writing and reporting and other administrative tasks. The Development Associate reports to the Executive Director.
Seattle Arts & Lectures is pleased to announce that we are seeking a Development Manager to join our team. The Manager will join 7 staff-members at SAL to help strategize and implement our fundraising and sponsorship efforts and will ensure robust development work raises the funds SAL needs to meet our mission to engage and inspire readers and writers of all generations in the Puget Sound region.
The Program Director reports to and works closely with the Executive Director and is responsible for managing and excelling our youth development photography program and services to implement the organizationʼs mission and goals in the highest of standards.
The Special Events Procurement Intern assists the Development Department in procuring donations for Opening Night Red Carpet VIP Gift Bags distributed on Thursday, May 19, 2016 kicking off the 42nd Annual Seattle International Film Festival; the intern provides event support prior to and for the duration of SIFF 2016.
The Individual Giving Intern is responsible for supporting the Individual Giving Department in day-to-day work focusing on prospect research, administrative duties, data-entry, and departmental organization.
The Information Systems Specialist is responsible for system administration of SIFF’s various IT systems. The Specialist is responsible for the creation, improvement, and implementation of SIFF’s information systems including but not limited to database, website, volunteer management, and box office systems.
Contemporary art org The New Foundation Seattle is looking for someone to manage day to day facilities operations and offer administrative and logistical program support.
The grants and foundations relations position will work as an integral part of the Development department to implement the Museum’s corporate, foundation, and government grants writing and strategy for operations, programs, and capital projects. This position is responsible for the creation and management of the grants program and reporting plan related to soliciting support from foundations, corporations and government sources.
Manages school-based and weekend architecture and design workshops.
The Project and Communications Coordinator provides support to the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Communications (DSIC) for special projects, ongoing initiatives, and communications and marketing efforts. This position involves collaboration with the full ArtsFund staff, as well as overlap with different constituent groups, including ArtsFund’s donors, grantees, and community partners.
Art with Heart seeks a part-time social media coordinator. This part-time position will be responsible for implementing and measuring our social engagement on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. This position will work closely with Brand & Publishing Director to integrate campaigns with brand consistency and will be under the direct supervision of the Managing Director. To be successful in this role, you must be able to adjust priorities based on need and urgency, write content on tight deadlines, and proofread like a pro. This is a part-time position (20 hrs/week) that will be located in our offices on Capitol Hill. However, monitoring our social media platforms throughout the week is required.
Seattle Arts & Lectures is pleased to announce that we are seeking a Development Manager to join our team. The Development Manager joins the organization at an exciting time—ticket sales are booming, our WITS program is serving more schools and students than ever, and our September WITS Back-to-School Breakfast blew its goals out of the water. The Manager will join 7 staff-members at SAL to help strategize and implement our fundraising and sponsorship efforts and will ensure robust development work raises the funds SAL needs to meet our mission to engage and inspire readers and writers of all generations in the Puget Sound region. In consultation with the Executive Director, the Development Manager establishes goals, objectives and strategies for SAL’s development and advancement activities and supports all areas of development work including working with individuals, corporations, and foundations. The Manager reports to the Executive Director and works in collaboration with the entire SAL staff and Board of Directors.
The Artistic Engagement Coordinator helps to facilitate and support all Education and Engagement activities at the theatre, ranging from student matinees to ongoing community partnerships. The Artistic Engagement Coordinator’s primary responsibilities are building and maintaining excellent relationships through consistent communication with schools, community partners and organizations; supporting and helping to supervise Education and Engagement programs both on and off-site; and tracking participation and impact of programs.
The House Manager is responsible for managing day-of-show logistics and public safety at all Town Hall events. Reporting to the Production Director, the House Manager works in a supervisory capacity with the event staff to ensure a clean, safe and customer service-oriented environment for our patrons. The House Manager serves as a liaison to Town Hall rental clients, artists and speakers, press, and other event personnel. Duties include event set-up, building upkeep, day-of event coordination, and managing operations of the Town Hall café. Shifts vary in length and shift times vary based on event needs. Evening and weekend hours are required.
: The Membership and Sponsorship Manager develops, implements and manages a strategic membership plan. The position oversees all aspects of the Museum’s membership strategy including increasing member retention, implementing events and targeted engagement strategies, and driving growth in new memberships. The Membership and Sponsorship Manager also works closely with the Development Director and other internal stakeholders to identify, cultivate and secure sponsorships for NAAM’s annual gala fundraiser, as well as research sponsorship prospects for designated projects or programs.
The Education Manager is responsible for the development, implementation, and management of a vibrant education program that enhances the understanding of the history, art and culture of African Americans in the Pacific Northwest. S/he ensures the Museum’s exhibits and learning centers act as a relevant education resource for visitors of all ages. Areas of responsibility include school programs, group tours, public programs, and museum interpretation to build out experiential opportunities for greater understanding of exhibition content.
The Programs Intern serves an important support role for Artist Trust’s programming team in providing career training and grantmaking programs for individual artists in the state of Washington. The Programs Intern manages the Artist Trust Opportunities web page and works with the Program Director, Program Coordinator, and Artist Liaison to present workshops and events for artists around the state as well as provides support for the Grants Program Coordinator and the organization’s eight grant programs.
Puget Sound Group Northwest Artists (PSG) is now accepting nominations for the following open leadership positions on the Board of Directors: President, Vice President, Community Building, Secretary and Special Advisors. New Board Members will serve for a minimum of a one-year term starting in January of 2016. Nominations may be made by individuals (self-nominations) or on behalf of another person.
Artist Trust seeks a detail-oriented, highly organized, motivated and creative Communications Intern. Internships run four to six months, 10-20 hours per week. Preference will be given to those that can offer a longer commitment.
Artist Trust is pleased to announce that we are seeking a contract Spokane Program Coordinator. This is a new position, and a key role that will coordinate Artist Trust outreach, artist services, and program delivery in the Spokane region. The Spokane Program Coordinator will report to the Program Director, and work very closely with the Seattle-based program staff team to deliver on Artist Trust’s commitment to individual artists in the Spokane region.
The Gala Intern works closely with The Vera Project Staff & Auction Committee to support the development of The Vera Project's annual fundraising gala, which is scheduled for Saturday, February 20, 2016.
The Development Assistant is responsible for processing gifts and acknowledging donors, ensuring accurate database entry and timely communications with supporters, administering the Artist Trust Membership program, and overseeing guest registration for the annual Benefit Art Auction. Additional duties include assisting development team members as needed for fundraising events, grant writing and reporting and other administrative tasks. The Development Assistant reports to the Director of Development.
Working closely with the Director of Development, the Associate Director of Development - Individual Gifts will lead a team of four staff in development and implementation of the theatre's individual giving programs.
A full-time, tenure track, Assistant Professor in Arts Leadership, beginning fall quarter 2016.
Theater Schmeater is seeking candidates for the position of Managing Director and will be accepting applications until November 30, 2015.
Currently accepting submissions for “Who is your MUSE?” a juried exhibition that coincides with the annual MUSE Conference in Bend. “Who is your MUSE?” invites female artists to explore who inspires them – a poet, musician, artist, actress, activist, athlete, entrepreneur, community leader, family member, friend – into art.
Now accepting submissions for small works and tiny collectables by local, national and international artists. All mediums will be considered.
The Community Development Manager helps develop and execute a fundraising plan for the organization’s Annual Fund Campaign.
The Jewelry/Metals Studio Manager budgets, develops, organizes, and implements departmental curriculum, rental program, demonstrations, Master Artist program, and the overall operations of the Jewelry/Metals facilities. The Jewelry/Metals Studio Manager works closely with the Executive Director and other Studio Managers to drive the mission and vision of Pratt as it relates to the department and ensure program excellence.
Paid opportunities for artists, arts educators, designers, illustrators, performers and creative people from around the world to collaborate with 798 International Children's Art Festival (798 ICAF) on a number of ongoing arts projects.
Call for 2016 PSG Board Member Nominations
This position of Lead Ceramist will encompass our Forming (pressing, extruding, mold making) and our Glaze department. Our lead Ceramist is retiring after some 23 years, and Status is looking for a qualified replacement.
Teaching artist and mentor for teen artists for the Seattle Aquarium's Creativity Inspiring Conservation program
Seattle ReCreative is seeking Teaching Artists to support and expand the organization’s arts education and exhibition efforts.
Seattle ReCreative is seeking creative reuse artists to present work throughout 2016
SCULPTURE SPACE, located in Utica, New York invites artists whose focus is sculpture to apply for a two-month residency between February and November 2017. Depending on funding, up to twenty residents are selectively chosen each year with a stipend of $1,500 awarded to offset costs.
Snag insider tips to make your proposal stand out! Meet the grantmakers and ask them your burning questions. PSGA’s annual South Sound Funders Forum is your chance to meet at least four funders in person and hear about their giving guidelines.
The NMSU University Art Gallery invites proposals for solo, group, and curated exhibitions, highlighting the use of new media including but not limited to: interactive and fine art video installations, multimedia performances, single channel video, animation, digital dome programs, experimental documentary, web based/app art forms, architectural mapping, the oculus rift, robotics and 3D printing. This exhibition will be presented as part of the annual New Mexican festival “Currents: New Media New Mexico”, which aims to showcase new media forms in art. Proposals will be accepted for exhibitions which fill the full University Gallery space, or which are created for sections of the gallery space (please see gallery floor plan to reference any specific layout of gallery space.) The exhibition will run May 26, 2016 – July 23, 2016.
Gage Academy of Art is seeking a highly motivated and energetic Marketing & Sales Director for this unusual and innovative art school and cultural organization. We’re looking for someone with experience and drive who is eager jump in to a fast moving, fun and funky arts environment. The Marketing & Sales Director reports to the Executive Director, is part of the core senior staff, and oversees a small dynamic team of Publications, Social Media and PR specialists to plan and manage all aspects of Gage marketing, sales, public relations, social media, graphic materials & advertising, Gage produces and presents a wide variety of year-round programs, including classes, full and part time programs, special events, and community programs, and we’re seeking someone interested in developing innovative strategies that impact enrollment, community presence, brand-building, patron and alumni relationships, and overall organizational financial strength and profile.
We invite Pacific Northwest artists to submit artwork and public event-related proposals for “Call of the Clouds”, an exhibition with related events to be held at Blakely Hall in Issaquah, Washington. Clouds have found a welcome home in the human creative experience, from the earliest cave drawings to ancient Chinese ceramics to contemporary painting, photography, film, and music. Mirroring our own brief journeys, clouds’ temporal existence reflects our dreams and drive our imagination. Please share your art, born of clouds.
You are invited to take part in this celebration of our famous Seattle rain, by adorning the iconic umbrella. We would like to challenge your creative interpretation of this theme and encourage you to think broadly about how you might approach this project.
The Gallery at City Hall Shoreline in conjunction with Shoreline Lake Forest Park Arts Council, invites submissions for a series of group exhibitions in 2016
international multidisciplinary intensive lab
Call for scores of string quartet or any combination up to string quartet
Learn techniques for high quality field recording of music, ambience, sound effects, and voice with portable equipment.