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On the Boards, Seattle’s home for contemporary dance, theater and performance, is looking for a Director of Finance & Operations to be responsible for helping the organization meet its artistic, community and equity goals through operational and financial management. This new full-time position will report to the Artistic Director & CEO, and will be a valued liaison to the executive and finance committees of the board while also serving as part of the leadership team of a nonprofit 501(c)3 contemporary arts center.
On the Boards is looking for a Communications Director. This is a newly revised position to create and implement communications strategies about On the Boards and its programs.
The Registrar & Office Manager will be responsible for maintaining all records for all museum loans and monitor the collection and conditions of the museum. This position will also be responsible for the daily administrative duties of the organization and working with groups for tours and facility rentals.
The Development & Membership Manager will spearhead development and membership efforts as Cascadia Art Museum continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the manager will have the opportunity to build the development function and grow the membership program.
Lead and guide Seattle Children's Museum
alling all artists and art groups interested in showcasing their projection mapping art for Orphic at the Volunteer Park Conservatory
Seeking an artist to create a life-size bronze memorial sculpture of E.T, a beloved Pacific walrus at Point Defiance Zoo
The Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts is a major regional arts event located in Lake Oswego, Oregon. It features over 6 art shows, including 3 juried exhibits.
Pierce College Fort Steilacoom (Lakewood, WA) is seeking proposals from artists to purchase existing artwork or work(s) in progress for permanent display in the Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Library.
We are looking for an Education Outreach Manager to promote, develop and manage Education Outreach programs, including residencies, workshops and special projects, as part of the SCT Education team. We are looking for someone with the administrative skill to manage complex projects and a deep commitment to theatre, education and SCT’s mission of reaching all the people in our community. Education Outreach Manager is a full-time, non-exempt position. Benefits include overtime, health care, dental plan, vacation, tickets to SCT shows, and free or reduced tuition for SCT classes. Some weekend and evening hours may be necessary.
On the Boards seeks a General Manager to be responsible for helping the organization meet its artistic, operational, community, equity and financial goals. This new full-time position will report to the Artistic Director & CEO, and will be a valued liaison to the executive and finance committees of the board while also serving as part of the leadership team of a nonprofit 501(c)3 contemporary arts center.
The Public Programs Manager works to further Design in Public’s mission: advancing Seattle’s livability through design. The position manages the annual Seattle Design Festival, the Northwest region’s largest design event, oversees exhibit development in the new Center for Architecture & Design, and creates public programs in the Center.
Prior to 2012, the UW Vagina Monologues have been a powerful experience for many cast members and audiences in creating a space for stories to be shared and heard. While the monologues have historically done some work in shaking fundamental notions of “woman”, feminist, anti-racist, and queer critiques have challenged the monologues’ presentation of stories, diversity of voices, and handling of identity representations.
Apply today to become one of the 80+ artists that make up the beating heart of the 2017 Shoreline Arts Festival!
The Professional Programs Manager anticipates major issues and ideas shaping architectural design, and prepares our members and our organization with skills and knowledge to create livable, sustainable places. The Professional Programs Manager oversees AIA Seattle’s nationally recognized educational programming and our signature design awards, and collaborates on exhibits and programming within the Center for Architecture & Design.
The Guest Services Volunteer Coordinator oversees the volunteers in the Guest Services department, providing a positive environment and supporting them in providing a world class guest experience for all visitors. These volunteers act as ambassadors, provide staffing support for exhibits, and give “way-finding” information to equip guests with the information and assistance needed to maximize the enjoyment of their visit.
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What does the future look like? Are cities built in the clouds? Is it a place where everyone gets along - even cats and dogs? Or maybe a world where nobody ever gets sick? With the Google homepage as their canvas, young artists are invited to reach into their imagination and share what they see for the future. The winner’s artwork will be featured on the Google homepage.
206 Zulu is currently accepting applications for community/arts groups to host a free arts/music/performance event for the community at Washington Hall as a part of The Ubunye Project. Eight groups will be selected who will each host one event during the projects’ February 2017 to October 2017 time frame.
4 public art opportunities in Tacoma, WA
A program of the City of Auburn, Art on Main selects regional artists to install 3-dimensional or multi-media art installations in a public window-front exhibition space in downtown Auburn. The program offers a $1,000 artist stipend to support the creation of new work and site-specific projects, or the installation of existing work.
Reporting to the Educational Programs Manager, the Educational Programs Youth Coordinator is responsible for expanding the bandwidth for SIFF Education to serve more youth students through focused coordination, increased grant writing specific to funding education, and coordinating support with school events.
Reporting to the Artistic Director, the Festival Programming Manager collaborates with the programming team to exemplify the mission of SIFF through diverse, high quality, and unique programming, embracing all genres, cultures, and viewpoints. This position supervises the independent and staff programmers to assure that films screened at SIFF 2017 adhere to the artistic vision of SIFF and its internationally recognized program – artistically and culturally.
The Art Gallery Coordinator position is a part-time, hourly position at South Seattle College (SSC). The Coordinator will oversee the staffing and operations of the South Seattle Art Gallery, and is responsible for all aspects of planning, administration, and implementation of the art gallery's programming, which encompasses a diverse range of artistic mediums, concepts, and cultural viewpoints. The mission of the gallery is to provide exhibitions that promote the understanding and appreciation of art and culture to both the SSC campus and to the surrounding communities. The Art Gallery Coordinator will work an average of 16 hours per week, Monday through Friday, 11:00 am - 2:30 pm, with some occasional evening hour responsibilities. This is a 12-month temporary position.
Vulcan, Inc. seeks an experienced and knowledgeable arts administrator to serve as the next Director of the Art Collection, overseeing all aspects and activities of the Paul Allen Family Collection of art and artifacts, the Vulcan corporate collection, and advisory support for the affiliate collections.
Apply for a grant to organize Korean performances in your organization.
The Studio of John Grade is seeking interns to join our team.
Glass Art Society Seeks Office and Volunteer Coordinator
Town Hall Seattle, a unique and dynamic civic and cultural organization, seeks a Production Services Manager. Working in close collaboration with the Production Director and Rental and Booking Director, the Production Services Manager is an integral member of the production department, providing impeccable service to rental clients by ensuring consistent, detailed and responsive, and continuously improving, standards. In addition to annual operations, Town Hall is in the midst of an exciting campaign to fund the renovation of our 100-year-old building, and plans to move out of the building for the year of renovations, beginning summer of 2017.
artEAST & Village Theatre are looking for artists to respond to the play "The 39 Steps".
Artist Engagement Intern
Professional Development Intern
The Glassblower and Demonstrator supports Center Art’s organization mission, vision and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence, competence, collaboration, innovation, respect, personalization, accountability and ownership. This is a part-time temporary position.
Shunpike is calling for WA state artists to submit work to be displayed in public vitrines for 4 months
The Matador Review is an online literature and art quarterly based in Chicago, Illinois.
The Northwest Watercolor announces its 77th Annual International Open Exhibition
Classroom Assistant works alongside teaching artists in drama classes and camps for students grades K-12th.
Teaching Artists provide professional arts instruction for SCT in their particular areas of expertise, within the wide variety of Theatre Arts educational opportunities SCT provides.
This position maintains a bird’s eye view of 100+ people volunteering to assist with the night of the auction.
Artist Trust is seeking an individual who is interested in both auction sponsorship procurement and working directly with artists for the annual Benefit Art Auction.
This position will be responsible for managing reservations for 400+ major donors and ensuring that guests have a thoroughly pleasant experience leading up to the night of the auction.
Artist Trust seeks a detail-oriented, highly organized Communications Intern to assist with all aspects of Artist Trust’s communications.
Assist in the coordination of fundraising projects and special events and preplanning for Artist Trust’s annual auction in February 2017.
SFF2017 is 2 Jam-packed weekends of compelling, artist driven performance March 23-Apr 1 2017. Submit $25 before Nov4 to enter #DoTheFringe blind lottery
Intiman Theatre seeks an Executive Director to join the growing team. This position joins the Artistic Director and Board President as one of three key partners in leading the institution, working together to nurture the artistic vitality, financial sustainability, and core values of the organization. The Executive Director leads all of the theatre’s administrative functions, and is responsible for and oversees finance, fundraising, marketing/communications, operations, human resources, and facilities/occupancy.
BOOK-IT REPERTORY THEATRE is looking for a skilled bookkeeper to record all financial transactions, including purchases, donations, ticket and concession sales, receipts and payments. The company bookkeeper helps facilitate the daily financial workings for this ambitious non-profit performing and educational arts organization.
The Guest Services Lead Associate provides excellent customer service while welcoming, assisting and orienting Bellevue Arts Museum guests. This member of staff generates financial support for BAM by selling admissions, promoting and selling new and renewing memberships and communicating exhibition and program information to guests.
The Facility Manager reports to Finance Director, to oversee the facility needs of all campus’ (Capitol Hill and Georgetown locations), throughout the year. The Facility Manager teams with the Program Director, Studio Arts Intensive Director, Registrars and the Development Director, to ensure facility readiness for normal curriculum activity in addition to facility support for all Events.
Sponsored 2 Month Show at the A Gallery in Pioneer Square
Recognized as one of the top film festivals in North America, the Seattle International Film Festival is the largest, most highly-attended film festival in the United States reaching more than 150,000 annually. The 25-day festival is renowned for its wide-ranging and eclectic programming presenting over 260 features and 150 short films from over 85 countries in 2016. Consistently cited as one of the best “audience festivals” in the world, SIFF embraces Seattle’s love for film, making the city a perfect setting for new films to be seen, tested, and celebrated by everyone, film fan and filmmaker alike. While bringing the best in national and international film and talent to Seattle, SIFF also remains dedicated to fostering and providing a platform for the creative endeavors of those working and creating films in the Pacific Northwest. SIFF also exhibits premiere theatrical engagements, repertory, classic, and revival film showings year-round at three locations on 5 screens at the SIFF Cinema Egyptian, SIFF Cinema Uptown and the SIFF Film Center in addition to offering film educational programs for all audiences. SIFF is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
The Laboratory residency is open to interactive artists looking to spend 1-3 months working here in Spokane, Washington. We generally consider ‘interactive art’ to be artwork that reacts to people or live data, and we tend to focus on works that directly respond to the viewer, but we’re pretty open to whatever cool ideas you’ve got. If you’re not sure that your work is ‘interactive’, drop us a line and let’s talk!
You are invited to submit artwork for the juried art exhibition at Seattle University’s 2017 Search for Meaning Book Festival - the largest event held by the university each year. The festival will draw thousands of people from the region and nation to explore and find meaning in our human experience. The established Vachon Gallery is viewed by students, guests, and the public at the Search for Meaning Book Festival.
Six-month exhibitions at Shoreline City Hall; $500 honorarium for curated group shows
Accepting submissions for Gallery 110's 7th Annual Juried Show.
Up to eight artists/teams are awarded 20 hours of free recording and production time with an engineer at Jack Straw Cultural Center; an additional 10-12 artists/teams receive matching awards. The Artist Support Program is open to artists of all disciplines whose project proposals include sound as a major component. Such projects might include recording a music CD, producing radio programs, oral histories, audio literature, sound for a gallery installation or public art project, film, music and sound design for dance and theater, digital media work, etc. Completed projects are publicly presented at a Jack Straw artist event.
Celebrate the sexuality and gender spectrum on a night of fun and affirming queer community love.
Paint a mural
Please bring your questions! This is an excellent introductory seminar for all artists and for attorneys representing artists!
Youth in Focus is seeking professional teaching artists with ample experience teaching photography to youth and is professionally practicing photography
Artistic Administration, Costume Shop, Costume Stock Assistant, Developent, Education, Hair & Make-up, Music Cataloging, Music Digitization, Production Management, and Stage Management internships.
Under the supervision of either the Executive Assistant or the Artistic Administration Assistant the intern will assist with the day-to-day operations of the departments.
Seattle Opera is accepting applications for the position of Curriculum and Vocal Pedagogy Specialist. This is full-time, exempt position reports to the Director of Education and Community Engagement and is responsible for developing and overseeing content and instruction for the youth vocal training programs of Seattle Opera, including but not limited to: Youth Opera Chorus, Teen Opera Programs, and Camps and Workshops.
The Seattle Art Museum presents a new pilot residency program at the Olympic Sculpture Park in January and February 2017. This residency is an exciting opportunity to activate the Olympic Sculpture Park during the winter season through innovative public programs. SAM is thrilled to collaborate with a selected artist on creative ideas for engaging new audiences.
House Manager (part-time, seasonal September-June)
The Member Services Team Member is a compassionate and effective leader who has professional management experience. Our team members are pro-active in providing exceptional customer service and thrive a fast-paced work environment.
Facilitate marketing, advertising, promotion, and public relations planning and implementation for Communications Department. Project manage graphic design projects.
Town Hall Seattle, a unique and dynamic civic and cultural organization, seeks a Director of Communications and Marketing. This is a particularly exciting time for Town Hall, as we are currently in a campaign to fund the renovation of our 100-year old building, and with the start of construction we will take our programs to neighborhoods around Seattle for the 2017-2018 season. This is our moment, our opportunity, to evolve the identity and shape the future of this beloved Seattle institution.
Introduction To Visual Design & Animation for ages 7-12.
This social justice art program is for teens interested in learning how to use their creativity for social change all while developing 21st Century Skills essential to educational success and beyond.
The Public Policy and Leadership Conference (PPLC) is held at Harvard Kennedy School each February to inspire talented, driven, and diverse first- and second-year undergraduate students to pursue careers in public service. Among these careers include positions in federal, state, or local government, nongovernmental organizations, nonprofits, intergovernmental organizations, international institutions, and social enterprises.
The Capacity Building Program Manager's duties and responsibilities will be focused on implementation and leadership of NAC's Organizational Capacity-Building pillar. Critical to the success of this position will be partnering closely with another Capacity Building Program Manager to be hired in the future as programming increases, to build consistent and diverse program delivery.
The Seattle Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA) was established in 2012. Our mission is to improve the lives of immigrants and refugees in Seattle. To realize our goals and objectives, we have an opportunity to bring in a talented and experienced Ethnic Media & Communications Specialist. This staff member will work with the OIRA team to develop and implement outreach and communications strategies focused on building equity for Seattle immigrant and refugee communities and establishing Seattle as a leader in immigrant integration.
SAF serves students through after-school programs at middle schools throughout Seattle. As a
The Program Director is responsible for the oversight, development, marketing, and volunteer training/coordination for Youth, Family and Community Programming as well as Exhibits under the supervision of the Executive Director. This person will act as an accessible and professional public representative for SAF. This position is required to occasionally work on evenings and weekends when programs are scheduled.
We want to showcase your art! The Black Student Union will be having an art showcase in early December, celebrating art that depicts and exhibits black culture. Please have this form filled out by November 4th!
Part-time finance and data manager with a strong commitment to youth development and social justice.
Manages youth, family and community programs
Deliver instruction and mentor beginning to advanced Performance Production students, primarily those concentrating in costume design and technology, in a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Teach classes in costume design, visual fundamentals, design skills such as drawing and rendering or in other costume technology areas of expertise and supervise and mentor students through their practicum design assignments; contribute to the development of curriculum and its ongoing assessment and implementation.
The Frye Art Museum is a living legacy of visionary patronage and civic responsibility, committed to artistic inquiry and a rich visitor experience. A catalyst for our engagement with contemporary art and artists is the Founding Collection of Charles and Emma Frye, access to which shall always be free.
THE ORGANIZATION: The Frye Art Museum is a living legacy of visionary patronage and civic responsibility, committed to artistic inquiry and a rich visitor experience. A catalyst for our engagement with contemporary art and artists is the Founding Collection of Charles and Emma Frye, access to which shall always be free.
MOHAI Education is looking for enthusiastic and dedicated interns with an interest in working with young people and a passion for history. MOHAI interns bring history to life for tens of thousands of youth each year through school field trips, family programs, and summer camps, gaining hands-on experience working with students in a museum setting. Through this behind the scenes look at MOHAI’s award-winning programs, plus mentorship and professional development from MOHAI’s educators, interns build and improve their teaching skills, and walk away with skills and resources crucial for careers in informal education.
Are you a strong writer interested in building your professional writing and marketing skills? MOHAI has a fantastic opportunity to assist the Marketing and Communications Department to develop marketing materials for the museum in conjunction with the upcoming Edible City exhibit.
The intern will work on a number of concurrent projects focused around idea and concept generation, preparation of design visuals, internal ‘show and tells’, working with files within Adobe Creative Cloud to make revisions, and generally helping the designers to design, present, and prepare projects. Projects include print materials, digital design, in-gallery graphics and signage along with a variety of other hands-on activities.
The intern will work with staff to maximize visibility of selected exhibitions and programs for SAM.
Content support for City Arts digital properties.
Exhibition Title & Theme: Drawing Practice The Whatcom Museum is seeking submissions by artists for whom drawing is an integral conceptual part of their practice. Submissions may be connected to ideas of language, writing, notation, mapping, movement, dance, performance, as well as connections to space and architecture. Drawing practices may involve traditional or non-traditional materials, and can include time-based and site-specific installations or performances.
This is a chance to dispay art to disabled and needy persons.
Creative Justice is seeking three experienced teaching/mentor artists to lead project sessions for an arts-based alternative to youth incarceration.
We are asking for qualifications from an artist to create a welcoming environment in the North Entrance to Pacific Tower, located at 1200 12th Ave S., Seattle, WA. For further information about the building and the campus on which it is located, please visit www.pactower.org and www.phpda.org.
4 public art opportunities for the Prairie Line Trail in Tacoma, WA.
Seeking Light Artists for upcoming Lusio event
The HR Generalist assists the VP of Human Resources with daily departmental operations including but not limited to benefits administration while providing impeccable customer service to employees and the public.
Responsible for the planning and execution of operations of the Playhouse at Seattle Center, comprised of the Playhouse Theater, Studio (black box), and lobbies.
This position will oversee the installation, running, and strike of sound equipment in the Cornish Playhouse.
CORNISH COLLEGE OF THE ARTS seeks experienced sound designer/engineer to fill adjunct faculty role.
The Glass Art Society is seeking a qualified individual to assist the communications coordinator with an archival project. This unpaid internship position involves a variety of tasks including research, editing, and organizing records, but will be primarily focused on compiling records of photographs, slides, and videos in a digitized collection.
The Richmond Beach WA Community Association announces Beach Orcas on Parade, a public art project that will display up to 20 artist-embellished Orcas for about six months in prominent outdoor locations throughout our community.
Do you consider yourself a feminist? Do you want to learn how to coordinate events, network with activists, and connect with your beautiful feminist community? Then please apply to be a WAC Team Member!
The City of Music Internship, a Seattle Music Commission initiative launched in 2015 and administered by EMP Museum and the Seattle Office of Film + Music, is a unique opportunity for individuals who are interested in the music industry and its many moving parts. Interns participate in the yearlong program – divided into four internship experiences at four different music focused organizations – spending three months at each location.
the Fiscal Sponsorship Intern will manage relationships with SEEDArts' 10 fiscal sponsorship clients, and be responsible for entering their donations in SEEDArts' fundraising database and sending gift acknowledgement letters, when appropriate.
The Data and Operation Coordinator is responsible for a wide range of data work using the Total Info. This position manages all data input, reconciliation, reporting solutions, data extraction and database use standards
The IT Administrator is a part-time position responsible for the effective operation and support of SIFF’s computer systems and network, allowing SIFF staff the technology and tools to effectively perform their roles. Specific responsibilities include managing hardware, servers and SIFF’s network to ensure high availability and day-to-day technology and operations support for SIFF staff members.
The Guest Services Associate provides excellent customer service while welcoming, assisting and orienting Bellevue Arts Museum guests. This staff person generates financial support for BAM by selling admissions, promoting and selling new and renewing memberships and communicating exhibition and program information to guests. In this highly visible position, the Guest Services Associate provides the important first impression of the Museum to the public via the phone and in-person.
University Advancement has an outstanding opportunity for a Video Producer. This individual will be responsible creating video content to support the University brand and help tell UW stories in a compelling and interesting fashion. Examples include how-to videos for implementing brand assets, as well as short form web videos that bring brand-defining stories of the University to life. In addition, the Video Producer will create topical video content for the UW’s social properties, as needed.
Guide content teams of artists to design and render interactive graphics for computer games.
As The Whole U’s web editor and visual producer, you will be responsible for telling the story of UW’s amazing faculty and staff - from researching and developing feature stories that showcase groundbreaking research, to stories of the behind-the-scenes work that makes the University of Washington great. You will also use your writing and editing expertise serving as content curator and editor on articles submitted for publication on The Whole U website, email and social media campaigns, event marketing, and leadership and partner communications. You will also join the team on special and emergent project as they arise.
The Art Director is responsible for the development, evolution and execution of UW Medicine’s visual brand as well as the creative development of all marketing and communications campaigns, platforms and materials. This includes the strategic development and execution of advertising (television, radio, outdoor, print and web), e-communications, web, event marketing, collateral, video and publications. This position is also responsible for developing and executing brand visual strategy, including new visual guidelines. This position works in a collaborative fashion with UW Medicine colleagues within Advancement, Administration and other entities across the health system and medical school. This position oversees creative staff, external creative agencies and freelance talent as needed.
Perform restoration of historic windows, maintaining the original artistic intent.
Tech Specific is a grant for individuals, groups, and organizations to do projects at the intersection of art and tech.
The Glass Art Society (GAS), in partnership with Glass Wheel Studio, is pleased to announce a call to eligible member artists for the 2017 GAS Member Juried Exhibition.
Artists, photographers, professionals, amateurs, teachers, students – everyone can participate. 42 artists will be selected and national and international submissions are encouraged. The exhibit will be displayed April and May 2017 in Sarasota, FL USA. Since 2004, the exhibits have been viewed by more than 2,200,000 visitors.
Introducing Our Non Profit to Businesses
Be responsible for all operations, employees, finance and program administration
SAF is currently looking for Design Instructors to teach architecture and design youth classes throughout the school year
The Exhibition Assistant supports Center Art’s organization mission, vision and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence, competence, collaboration, innovation, respect, personalization, accountability and ownership.
Art Under $100 is an amazing, one-of-a-kind art sale, and it couldn’t happen without you. AU100 volunteers are the critical cogs of love that keep the event going and let the artists shine.
Looking for an Education Programs Coordinator who is a self-starter with the ability to operate with purpose, urgency and accuracy both independently and as part of a team in a dynamic environment with concurrent deadlines and rapidly changing priorities
Seattle Public Theater needs an Interim Managing Director through June 2017 while we search for a permanent Managing Director.
Path with Art is an arts and social justice non-profit that provides access to the arts to adults in recovery from homelessness, addiction, and trauma. The Program Coordinator will work in an administrative and management support role to Path with Art’s Program Director.
Arts Corps is seeking an Executive Director with a sense of history and future and a radical vision.
Instructing Ballroom to Students
Macha Monkey is seeking a Managing Director to oversee, implement and ensure sustainability of the company’s operations, finances and community support. The Managing Director works with a committed Board of Directors to ensure the programmatic and operational integrity, sustainability and excellence of the company. The Managing Director works in partnership with the Artistic Director as peers in the organizational structure. The role will begin as salaried part time with growth potential.
The Seattle Globalist is seeking a full time Development Director to join our award-winning team. The development director will work closely with the executive director to lead long-term growth and financial stability of The Seattle Globalist, developing new revenue streams and cultivating current funding sources. This staff position represents our first hire for a full time position 100% dedicated to fundraising.
The Social Media & PR Associate is responsible for maintaining the voice of STG across social media, institutional and external printed materials, and video platforms under direct supervision.
The primary role of the K-12 and Youth Programs Educator is to support the Education Department’s mission in presenting high-quality education programs to a broad audience.
GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY: The Exhibition Assistant supports Center Art’s organization mission, vision and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence, competence, collaboration, innovation, respect, personalization, accountability and ownership. The Exhibition Assistant is responsible for supporting the Exhibition department under the supervision of the Executive Director. This position will support administrative activities within the Exhibition Department including scheduling, organizing, ordering supplies, special projects to support the department and other duties as assigned. Flexibility and efficient time management is vital for the success of this role.
4Culture seeks video art created by media artists from across the US, for presentation in our storefront media gallery located in Seattle’s urban core.
The Greater Denton Arts Council announces the opening of its 2017 Call for Entries for the 30th Annual Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Exhibition
Metro Parks Tacoma seeks an artist or artist team to create an art strategy.
Twelve writers, selected by an invited curator, create new work during the residency to be presented through live readings, recorded interviews, a published anthology, and as podcasts.
Up to four artists/teams are selected to receive up to 20 hours of free studio time with an engineer, which they may use to realize the sound component of their project, with training as needed. Artists’ new work is presented in our gallery in the following year.
Up to eight artists/teams are awarded 20 hours of free recording and production time with an engineer at Jack Straw Cultural Center; an additional 10-12 artists/teams receive matching awards.
Call for Sketchers, Plein Air Painters, and Artists of All Stripes
HEX and The Monstrous Feminine examines the mystical and occult tools available in contemporary art and adornment. How we conjure protection through spell-craft, talismans, and ritual
What can an artist expect when presented with a public art contract? How might a contract with a foreign governmental entity, or for a temporary installation, differ from a domestic sale or permanent installation? What provisions should the artist review carefully when negotiating the responsibilities of each party?
What will happen to your artwork when you pass away? Who will take care of the works you created and collected during your lifetime? Would you like your family to keep your artwork, or donate it to a museum, or sell the works to interested buyers? While every responsible person should have an estate plan to distribute their belongings upon death, an artist or art collector has an added responsibility of making specific provisions for their artwork.
The Morgan Fund, a Family Foundation at Seattle Foundation, is proud to announce the 2016 round of the Puget Sound Initiative: a funding opportunity for small to mid-sized dance and theatre organizations located in Western Washington, Central Washington, and the Greater Portland area.
ArtsFund is seeking an Administrative Coordinator & Board Liaison to provide support to the President & CEO, manage communications with the Board and maintain Board records, support the Director of Finance & Operations, man age the front desk and provide general office support. Hourly, non-exempt position requires two to three years of office experience.
How to address performance anxiety like a classical musician.
You work hard to make your art, make sure your Artist Statement is helping you convey that process and supports your vision.
This workshop will go over various artwork pricing methods, proper artwork presentation and framing, knowing your market, and self-promotion tools.
The Gallery at City Hall Shoreline in conjunction with Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council invites submissions for a group exhibition on the general theme of totemic items in our modern life, and the idea of identity through design.
Calling Northwest artists to exhibit in 2017 at the Gallery at Town Center in Lake Forest Park
Calling Northwest artists to exhibit in 2017 at the Gallery at Town Center in Lake Forest Park
October Submissions are open for the last regular show of the year.
4Culture seeks qualifications from CA, OR and WA state artists skilled, experienced, and interested to create large-scale paintings and murals in Seattle and King County, WA.
Eastern Washington University Veterans Resource Center is seeking design concepts in order to create a Veterans Reflective Space that honors our past, present and future veterans and recognizes the journey from combat to campus, military to student life.
You are invited to submit artwork for consideration to be included in the juried art exhibition at University House Issaquah.
Spokane Arts seeks a leader to help shape the next phase of this vibrant Inland Northwest arts organization
The Education & Community Engagement Manager, Schools and Training plays an essential role in developing school programs and professional development training. The Education & Community Engagement Manager provides comprehensive management of Link Up: Seattle Symphony residency and concert program, Open Rehearsals and Professional Development and Training programs for Teaching Artists, classroom teachers and staff.
Reporting to the Director of Programming, the Cinema Programmer conceptualizes and supervises programs for all SIFF year-round venues, contributes to the organization's overall strategic planning, and collaborates with department directors for approaches to cinema promotions, theatre improvements, and other year-round fundamentals.
This is a professional level position under the direction of the Arts and Events Manager, providing coordination for the City's visual arts and funded public art programs, as well as other cultural arts, recreation programs and special events for the City of Auburn.
ACT seeks an Assistant Production Manager to ensure that the productions presented through the ACTLab succeed within the constraints of available schedule, labor, and budget parameters. This position will serve as the production department liaison to the artistic, development and marketing departments on production related special events.
Temporary Position for Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style September 12, 2016 – January 10, 2017 OVERVIEW:Provide exemplary customer service to SAM members, donors, ticket buyers, visitors and the general public over the phone, through email and on-site. Perform all the Admissions Representative duties as outlined in the accompanying job description.
Temporary Position for Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style September 26, 2016 – January 10, 2017 OVERVIEW:Manage the daily operations of the Ticketing Desk, Coat Check, 4th Floor and on-site Membership when needed. Serve as a primary sales and customer service role model by displaying effective selling techniques for memberships and exhibitions. Generate financial support by managing the day-to-day financial & operational duties of the on-site membership and admissions revenue streams. Act as the liaison between management, staff, other departments, visitors, and volunteers.
Temporary Position for Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style September 26, 2016 – January 10, 2017 OVERVIEW:Provide a high level of professionalism and customer service as an Admissions Representative at the Seattle Art Museum and Asian Art Museum (if needed).
Earshot Jazz is seeking internships for its 2016 festival, running Oct. 7-Nov. 11. Internships are part-time and are tailored to the students' skills and goals.
Foster/White Gallery is hiring a full-time Sales Associate. Hours are, Tues - Sat. 10 - 6 pm and after 8 p.m. on First Thursday. Foster/White Gallery is one of Seattle’s most established and well respected galleries. We represent professional artists selling to the most discerning client.
Capitol Hill Housing and its Community Partners are seeking to hire a Project Curator that will assist in creating a comprehensive vision for art placement and art creation opportunities throughout the Library Bank Building.
The Development Assistant will provide administrative support for STG’s Development Department.
The Northwest Choirs seeks an Administration & Communications Coordinator to assist the Executive Director and Bookkeeping & Special Project Coordinator in day-to-day operations, projects, and administration in a small office.
The Department of Performing Arts and Arts Leadership in the College of Arts and Sciences at Seattle University seeks a full-time, tenure track, Assistant Professor in Arts Leadership, beginning September 2017.
The Department of Performing Arts and Arts Leadership in the College of Arts and Sciences at Seattle University seeks a full-time, tenure track, Assistant Professor in Arts Leadership, beginning September 2017. Ideal candidates will have a strong commitment to and demonstrated excellence in teaching; and should show clear potential for achievement in scholarship, whether that is through professional practice or research.
A visual storytelling opportunity on Seattle's housing crunch.
The Ahdanehi Women’s Giving Circle is a diverse group of community women from the Seattle area. The Ahdanehi Circle supports the mission of Na’ah Illahee Fund and Northwest First People Siʔsiýeḿ in a number of ways.
Public Art for the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture’s new facility.
The Design Intern will assist the Communications Manager with designing and distributing digital and printed collateral, as well as updating the Velocity website.
The Development Intern will work directly with the Managing Director to help ensure smooth day-to-day organizational fundraising operations.
The MVP and Donor Relations Coordinator position is an exciting opportunity for an innovative, creative and self-driven person to join an exceptional team and create lasting impact on the Seattle arts community. This position reports to the Managing Director and is responsible for creating a consistent program for donor cultivation and stewardship, as well as assisting with special events, giving campaigns, and data management to support Velocity’s annual fundraising goals.
Join Seattle Opera’s dynamic and professional Development team. You’ll gain experience in the complex world of non-profit fundraising and donor relations, while learning how a successful opera company is supported.
The Glass Art Society is seeking a qualified bookkeeper that is experienced working with QuickBooks and nonprofits.
Town Hall Seattle seeks a Digital Media Producer to assist with the engineering, packaging and distribution of audio and video recordings of Town Hall’s programs, and to develop new program initiatives for web based media content including podcasting and live streaming.
The Marketing Intern is responsible for assisting the Marketing Manager in implementing SIFF’s overall marketing plan -- focusing specifically on community outreach and promotions -- to build awareness about Seattle International Film Festival 2017, SIFF Cinema, SIFF Education, Development, and Special Events, and to increase attendance and ticket sales.
LOS ANGELES BILLBOARD EXHIBITION
The Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda) is seeking professional design teams and design professionals to submit their Statement of Qualifications for the opportunity to craft a conceptual design for the historic Maynard Alley, located in Seattle’s historic Chinatown International District.
Looking for Pitchers and Catchers (Investors/Crew)
Recognizing emerging artists in a variety of disciplines.
Responsible for the planning and execution of operations of the Playhouse at Seattle Center, comprised of the Playhouse Theater, Studio (black box), and lobbies.
Manages the Human Resources Department, overseeing the administration of hiring, retention, termination, personnel records, legal compliance, payroll, compensation plan, benefits, labor relations, and long-term staffing strategies. Proactively fosters a positive working environment and high employee morale for the College.
Help the Science Center construct some of its most beloved visiting exhibits including past exhibits such as Grossology, King Tut, Pompeii and current feature The Art of the Brick.
Oversees accounts payable and upholds compliance of the Museum’s disbursement policies
Education Director for Stone Soup Theatre, Seattle's only one-act theatre. Oversees
Meany Center for the Performing Arts has an outstanding opportunity for a Marketing Manager.This individual is responsible for assisting with the development, implementation and evaluation of programs designed to meet or exceed the Center’s revenue, attendance and engagement goals. The Marketing Manager plays a key role in planning and executing season, single ticket marketing and communications plans, including the following activities: advertising (print, outdoor, digital and broadcast media), database management, direct marketing (direct mail, email and telemarketing), website management and social media; reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications.
Reporting to the Technical Operations Manager and Director of Operations, the Quality Control Manager is responsible for managing cinema content and assisting the Technical Operations Manager with projection and technical duties.
The Exhibitions Assistant will coordinate the development and implementation of exhibitions and public programs to enhance the understanding of the history, art and culture of African Americans in the Pacific Northwest. Areas of responsibility include content research, exhibit and program development, collection management, and installation. The Exhibitions Assistant ensures the Museum's offerings provide a dynamic and enriching visitor experience. This position has the responsibility to ensure the artistic and conceptual integrity of all Museum exhibitions and public programs align with the Strategic Planning goals. In all these activities the Exhibitions Assistant works closely with the Director of Community Engagement, Executive Director, community committees, and other education, curatorial and administrative staff. REPORTS TO: Director of Community Engagement Contractor: $ DOE. WORKING HOURS: Contract position at 24 hours per week until the end of the 2016 with a possibility of transitioning to permanent upon review: generally daytimes, T – Th, but flexible to accommodate weekend and evening events
An exhibition and fundraiser event featuring hundreds of small artworks
Youth Art Exhibits in 2017
Visual Art Exhibits in 2017
Inspired the radical, interdisciplinary, intellectual and conceptual ideas of the mid-century feminist art movement, this call seeks work that offers new perspectives on that which is personal and political in contemporary art.
Looking for a short-term art installation on the Art Wall at our brewery tasting room
The program recognizes exceptional emerging talent in the contemporary craft field and provides opportunities for these early career artists to bring their artwork to the consumer market.
Whether you are a sole proprietor or an officer of a corporation, a thorough understanding of how to setup and structure your business will help maximize your potential for success. In Laying a Solid Foundation: Business Law for Artists, we will take you through a whirlwind seminar of legal issues in setting up and operating your business.
As part of the Issaquah Village Theatre Box Office, the Audience Services Representative must have good communication skills with a positive, friendly, and outgoing personality. Must be prompt, reliable, and detail oriented. The position is hourly with an average of 20 hours a week. Flexibility in work times is a must, including day, nights and weekends. Interviews will take place in August, anticipated start date early September.
Hiring Teaching Artist
To provide excellent customer service to Hugo House visitors; to assist with event and class production and administration; and to maintain the appearance and security of the House.
Hugo House has a big opportunity for a talented, versatile manager who will lead a major transformative project: overseeing this literary center’s transition to a new 10,000 sq. ft. facility, which will be constructed and built-out to serve the needs of a broad community of writers and readers. As a key member of the management team, this individual will handle budgeting, planning, HR, and evaluation for Hugo House’s operations and programs (creative writing classes, readings, events, and residencies). The ideal candidate is hardworking, tech savvy, and data-driven with strong analytical skills.
Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communications, the Graphic Designer is responsible for the design and execution of a range of projects including (but not limited to): Cinema and Festival print and web ads (weekly and monthly), onscreen slides, posters, flyers, printed collateral materials, web and digital graphics elements, and venue signage, Festival Catalog and Guide covers, invitations for special events, brochures, and image resizing for print and web.
Patron Services Associates set up and run the nightly the box office and conduct member outreach at Town Hall-produced events (200+ events annually). They support the work of the Patron Services Manager, oversee front-of-house volunteers, and act as the primary audience liaison at Town Hall programs. The PSA should develop familiarity with Town Hall’s mission and programs to act as a friendly and effective advocate for the organization. Additional tasks relating to membership, outreach and communication may be assigned. The right candidate should be passionate about our programming, available to work during evenings and weekends, have a good rapport with the public, and be comfortable with the multitasking required at a busy event.
On the Boards Ambassadors are cultural and civic leaders who bring new voices and perspectives to programs; and share our programs with new communities.The Ambassador Project at OtB is now in its fourth season.
Looking for artists to show their work.
Support the day-to-day operations of the organization during peak times. General office and receptionist duties, coordinate uniforms and fittings, organize music library, act as professional and personable face of the organization to parents, students, and visitors.
The Wing Luke Museum seeks an experienced writer/administrator to generate significant grant funding resources and maintain adequate financial oversight.
The Event Staff support the House Manager in managing day-of-show logistics and public safety at all Town Hall events. Working as a member of the production team, the event staff are responsible for maintaining a clean, safe, and customer service-oriented environment for our patrons. Duties include event set-up, building upkeep, light cleaning, and operation of the Town Hall café. Shifts vary in length and shift times vary based on event needs. Evening and weekend hours are required.
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.
Laying a Solid Foundation: Business Law for Artists
The Northwest Chamber Chorus is holding auditions for experienced singers (all voices) on August 28, 1:00-4:00 p.m. at Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church (7500 Greenwood Avenue N. Seattle, 98103) by appointment with Music Director Mark Kloepper.
METHOD is accepting submissions from individual artists for a solo exhibition scheduled for January 5-February 25, 2017 Artists from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia in all media are invited to apply Note: Groups of artists that wish to collaborate to create one cohesive installation are also welcome to apply.
NW Chorale Call for Singers
Art submitted should be of or related to birds, and can be representative or abstract.
If you have ever wondered how the world of copyright law intersects with the arts, come join us at WLA’s June workshop!
Call for artists, designers, creatives, makers and performers for PWLF Feb 1 - 4th, 2017
The Chase Gallery submissions are open for the 2017 season. We are seeking artists for the Winter and Fall Exhibition schedules.
Community celebration of the Arts
Holiday Art Mart 2016
The 2017 Juried Artist Series will consist of 8 shows a year and will feature one to four artists per show.
The 2017 Juried Artist Series will consist of approximately eight shows, each one a month long, taking place in 2017. Participation is open to all artists in Whatcom County. Membership with Allied Arts of Whatcom County is required and can be obtained at the time of application.