July 22, 2022

ARC Newsletter July 22, 2022

ARC Newsletter  7/22/22

Upcoming Deadlines

(1) July 25: The Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture Submissions

(2) July 28: VH Award for Emerging Asian Media Artists

(3) July 30: Golden Thread Productions- Short Play Submissions

(4) July 31: The Other Art Fair Brooklyn, Call for Artists

(5) July 31: Queens Museum–Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists 

(6) August 1: Beth Morrison Projects: Producer Academy Applications

(7) August 1: Tiger Strikes Asteroid LA Open Call for Solo Exhibition 

(8) August 1: Faena Prize for the Arts

(9) August 1: The Power of Cash Narrative Change Fellowship

(10) August 1: Art and Change Grant

(11) August 2: Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants

(12) August 5: 2023 Open Call for Fountainhead Residency

(13) August 14: Queens Museum In Situ Artist Fellowship

(14) August 15: Apply to the Tamer Fund for Social Ventures

(15) January 26, 2023: Isadore & Dunn Open Call General Programming 2023/24

Professional Development Opportunities

(16) Ascend Virtual Career Fair on August 2nd, from 1-5pm ET (Virtual)

Job Opportunities


(17) Artistic Associate, Soyulla Artists (New York, NY)

(18) Teaching Artists – Dance, Percussion, Puppetry, Theater, Visual Arts, Marquis Studios (Brooklyn, NY) 

(19) Special Events Associate, The Jewish Museum (New York, NY)

(20) Assistant Director for Major Gifts, The Jewish Museum (New York, NY)

(21) Dean of Students, Chesapeake College (Wye Mills, MD) 


(22) Films Programmer, Rooftop Films NYC (Brooklyn, NY)

(23) Video Production Manager, Frost Productions (New York, NY)

(24) 'The Desperate Hours,' Editor, Margate House Films (Pacific Palisades, CA; New York, NY)

(25) Producer and Editor, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY)

(26) Cinematographer, 1st Camera operators, 2nd AC, and Soundman, Lucifer (HORROR) (New York, NY) 

(27) Associate Professor, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI)

(28) Administrative Assistant, Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, PA)

(29) Assistant Professor, Boston University (Boston, MA)

(30) Full-Time Faculty, Boston University (Boston, MA)

(31) Assistant Professor, UMass Amherst (Amherst, MA)

(32) Cast and Crew, Undisclosed Feature Film, Romy Chaggar, exec. Prod. (New York, NY)

(33) Associate Producer, Digital Programming - CNN, WarnerMedia (New York, NY)

(34) Senior Video Producer, Bloomberg (New York, NY)

(35) Junior Digital Producer, Chobani (New York, NY)

(36) Film Sales, International, A24 (New York, NY)


(37) Associate Artistic Director & Director of New Work, Colorado College (Colorado Springs, CO)

(38) General Manager Bristol Riverside Theatre (Bristol, PA)

(39) Stage Managers for 29-hour reading, SolFest (New York, NY)

(40) Manager of Fieldwide Programming, Theatre Communications Group (New York, NY)

(41) Teaching Artist - Part-time, Metropolitan Opera Guild (New York, NY)

(42) Teaching Artist, New York Theatre Workshop (New York, NY)

(43) Director of Production, Manhattan Theatre Club (New York, NY)

(44) Company Manager, Signature Theatre (New York, NY)

(45) Associate Director, Life of Pi, American Repertory Theater (Cambridge, MA)

(46) General Manager, Seattle Rep (Seattle, WA)

(47) General Management / Company Management Associate, Live Wire Theatrical Management (New York, NY)

(48) Associate Director of Theatre Program, Fordham University (New York, NY)

(49) Conservatory Manager, American Conservatory Theatre (San Francisco, CA)

(50) Director of Development, Classical Theatre of Harlem (New York, NY)

(51) Director of Development, Goodspeed Musicals (East Haddam, CT)

(52) Charge Scenic Artist, University of Oklahoma (Norman, OK)

Visual Arts

(53) Director, Susan Sheehan Gallery (New York, NY)

(54) Art Fairs Manager, Pace Gallery (New York, NY)

(55) Museum Preparator, Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)

(56) Curator of the Permanent Collection & Related Exhibitions, The Hyde Collection (Glens Falls, NY)

(57) Junior Production Artist- Design, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY)

(58) Art Handler, Acumen International (Maspeth, NY)

(59) Art Fair Positions, Spring/Break Art Show (New York, NY)

(60) Exhibitions and Maintenance Coordinator, School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

(61) Coordinator of Special Programs and Projects, School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)

(62) Executive Assistant to Director/Gallery Assistant, Venus Over Manhattan (New York, NY)

(63) Assistant Visual Arts Professor, Fordham University (New York, NY) 

(64) Adjunct Faculty in Fine Arts and Drawing, Johnson County Community College (Overland Park, KS)

(65) Assistant Professor of Fiber Arts, California State University (Long Beach, CA)

(66) 2022-23 Adjunct Lecturer–Art, SUNY (Brockport, NY)

(67) Art Instructor, Studio Institute (Multiple Locations/Newark, NJ)

(68) Image Archivist, Paula Cooper Gallery (New York, NY)

(69) Content Manager, Marianne Boesky Gallery (New York, NY)


(70) Publisher, Books, Theatre Communications Group (New York, NY)

(71) Program Assistant, Alliance for Young Artists & Writers (New York, NY)

(72) Teaching Artist, BookUp, National Book Foundation (New York, NY)

(73) Resources Editor, Spektrix (New York, NY)

(74) Writer & Researcher, Goodman Taft (Remote)

(75) Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, Fairleigh Dickinson University (Teaneck, NJ)

(76) Programs Manager, Kundiman (New York, NY)

(77) Programs and Partnerships Assistant, Poets & Writers (New York, NY)

(78) Development and Marketing Associate, Poets & Writers (New York, NY)

(79) Production Editor, Poets & Writers (New York, NY)

(80) Creative Writing Adjunct, Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA)

(81) Professor of Journalism, Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)

(82) Associate Editor, Seen Journal, BlackStar Project (Philadelphia, PA)

(83) Research Associate, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY)

(84) Associate Editor, Zeitgeist (Nonfiction), Penguin Random House (New York, NY)

(85) Publicity Assistant, Putnam, Penguin Random House (New York, NY)


(86) Research Internship, Contemporary Art Partners (New York, NY)

(87) Fall Internship, Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY)

(88) Gallery Intern, Yancey Richardson Gallery (New York, NY)

(89) Kerlin Education Intern, Wave Hill (Bronx, NY)

(90) Internship, Shin Gallery (New York, NY)

(91) Stipend Internship, Field Projects (New York, NY)

Upcoming Deadlines


The Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture Submissions

Deadline: July 25, 2022

Award: $20,000 Prize

The Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture is a $20,000 prize awarded annually to a photographer whose work demonstrates a compelling new vision in photographic portraiture.

The jury will select a Top Ten, from which the winner and three finalists will be chosen. In addition to the winner, the three finalists are invited to participate in an exhibit at the Griffin Museum of Photography and receive a $250 stipend. The Prize is generously funded by the Arnold & Augusta Newman Foundation and proudly administered by Maine Media.

For more information and to submit your work, click here!


Fifth VH AWARD For Emerging Asian Media Artists

Deadline: July 28, 2022

Hyundai Motor Group has begun their open call for the fifth edition of the VH AWARD for Asia’s new media artists. Established in 2016, this award supports the discovery and exhibition of emerging media artists whose work engages with technology and the context of Asia and its future.


Applicants for the fifth VH AWARD are required to submit a proposal to produce audiovisual screen-based works that may include but are not limited to, video art, moving image, film, motion graphics, computer animation, gaming, and more. Individuals, teams, or collectives from all over the world are invited to submit applications, including artists who are based outside of Asia but have a connection to the region.


For more information and to apply, click here!


Golden Thread Productions- Short Play Submissions

Deadline: July 30, 2022

Golden Thread Productions is seeking short plays for consideration in ReOrient Festival of Short Plays 2023. ReOrient Festival showcases the diversity of voices and aesthetics from the Middle East and its worldwide diaspora in a curated festival of short plays produced biennially in San Francisco.


  • Playwrights of Middle Eastern heritage writing about any topic
  • Playwrights of all backgrounds writing about the Middle East
  • The plays must be in English.

Submission Guidelines:

  • Length: 10-30 minutes
  • One submission only per playwright
  • Deadline: July 30, 2022

Areas of Interest include:

  • Comedies
  • Plays that experiment with non-realistic forms, non-linear or physically-based storytelling
  • Plays that explore and demonstrate aspects of daily or family life
  • Adaptations of classical texts and or historical figures
  • Exploration of Middle Eastern performance traditions

For inquiries please email:

[email protected]

Subject Line: ReOrient 2023

To submit, click here!


The Other Art Fair Brooklyn, Call for Artists

Deadline: July 31, 2022

The Other Art Fair is a global gathering of creative thinkers, game changers and pleasure seekers sharing emerging talent and unforgettable experiences. 

Set against the backdrop of the world’s biggest cities, each of our fairs is different. We combine boundary-pushing yet always accessible artworks from over 100 independent artists like you, with immersive installations, performances and a few curious encounters. The result is an inspiring, evocative, inclusive and fun event that reframes how art can be perceived and creates lasting connections between artists and art lovers.

We’ve been dedicated to representing independent artists since 2011 The Other Art Fair and since then have worked with over 3,000 artists from more than 20 countries. We hosts 11 in-person fairs each year across the UK, US and Australia as well as two virtual Fairs annually.

Please consider the following before beginning your application:

  • Each applicant is carefully considered by our selection committee, who take time to look at the submitted works, CV, and artist statement.
  • The application deadline is July 31st, 2022 and all applicants will be notified by September 2022
  • You cannot stop and save your application so we highly recommend making sure you start the application when you can take the time to complete it in full.
  • Prepare to upload images of (4) of your works. Files will need to be .jpg and under 5MB.
  • You must complete an application for each fair edition you are interested in participating in.
  • Questions marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory. For all other questions, if you do not wish to supply an answer, simply press enter or the down arrow on the right hand side of the screen to skip to the next question

If successful, your Fair Package will include:

  • A booth at The Other Art Fair Brooklyn in-person at Brooklyn Navy Yard, Agger Fish from November 3 – 6, 2022.
  • Inclusion in our Online Studios e-commerce platform pre- and post- Fair
  • Support from our dedicated team in preparation for and following the Fair
  • And much more…

For more information and to apply, click here!


Queens Museum–Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists

Deadline: July 31, 2022

The Queens Museum (QM) is pleased to relaunch its fifth QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists in NYC. Two visual artists will receive $20,000 each, individual studio space at the Queens Museum, professional development consultations, and close mentorship from QM staff members working towards an artist’s project. Fellows will move into the studios in October 2022 and will have access to studio space through September 2023. These one-year fellowships will culminate with the opening of solo project exhibitions at QM in Fall 2023.

The QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship is open to emerging visual artists living in the five boroughs of NYC. The Queens Museum defines an emerging artist as one who is at the beginning of their public career. The eligible artist has completed their studies, but has not had solo exhibitions at commercial galleries or public institutions or yet received major grants. 

The category also includes artists who are well beyond their studies, and may have participated in group exhibitions but have not received extensive press or market recognition. These artists may have exhibited their work in other countries on a limited basis, but have not had major exhibition opportunities in the US or in New York in particular. 

For more information and to apply, click here!


Beth Morrison Projects: Producer Academy Applications

Deadline: August 1, 2022

Have you ever wondered what goes into producing new works? Learn the tricks of the trade from the experts at BMP: Producer Academy. The Academy will demystify the production process. From having a great idea to opening night to touring and more, we’ll help you form concrete skills to develop and produce new performance works. The 8-week course will be online and starts October 18 and ends December 17, with a week off in November. Each week will require attendance at a lecture and Q&A session on Tuesday & Thursday (up to 3 hours; subject to change), with additional early evening happy hours and networking sessions over the course of the 8 weeks. There will be 5 homework assignments that will each require 3-5 hours and need to be submitted in a timely fashion. Additional mentorship sessions will be scheduled after the 8-week program, after the New Year. 

This 8-week course includes:

  • Instruction from industry experts in budget development, fundraising planning & execution, how to tour a show, pitching work to presenters, and production vocabulary & definitions;
  • One-on-one mentoring with experienced creative producers;
  • Networking opportunities with professional producers and presenters in the industry;
  • Feedback on pitch materials and projects by high level industry presenters.

In addition to the Academy course, 3 BMP Fellowships will be created for 2023 (1) and 2024 (2) that will be open to any individual who completes an 8-week session of BMP: Producer Academy. The 1-year, salaried Fellowships ($50,000 plus health insurance) will fill the role of an Associate Producer, assisting in the areas of:

  • Development;
  • Producing and touring;
  • Fundraising;
  • General management;
  • Production. 

At the conclusion of the 1-year fellowship, BMP is committed to helping the Fellow find sustained, gainful employment in producing for the performing arts. The Fellows will be selected through a separate application and interview process with qualified alumni.

Apply here!


Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles: Open Call for Solo Exhibition 

Deadline: August 1, 2022


TSA LA members will work with the artist and make studio visits leading up to the opening of the exhibitions, if possible. The artists are required to fully participate in the exhibitions’ installation and attend the opening reception. TSA LA will work with the artist for deinstallation. Early, mid and late-career professional working artists are all eligible. Currently enrolled students are not eligible to apply. Visual artists of all disciplines and geographic locations are encouraged to apply, especially those that may be applying from outside the region who would not otherwise have the opportunity to exhibit in LA. Artwork included in the exhibition must be available to stay in the gallery for the duration of the exhibition.


For more information and to apply, click here!



Faena Prize for the Arts

Deadline: August 1, 2022

We invite artists to envision site-specific monumental projects for the Faena Beach that align with Faena Art’s mission. 

The winning proposal will receive a US $100,000 prize: US $25,000 in unrestricted funds will be awarded directly to the artist, and the remaining US $75,000 will be allocated towards the production of the new commission to be installed temporarily at the Faena Beach during Miami Art Week 2022. 

For more information and to apply, click here!


The Power of Cash Narrative Change Fellowship (“The Fellowship”)

Deadline: August 1, 2022

The Fellowship seeks 6-8 Chicagoland artists who are passionate about narrative change and pushing the boundaries of collective imagination. They will propose and create  art projects over the course of 12 months that speak to the power and impact of guaranteed income and cash policies. Fellows will receive a $20,000 award and will engage with their cohort on narrative change strategy. The Fellowship expects to commence in the Fall of 2022 and will conclude in the Summer of 2023.


Fellows will be connected to Chicagoland guaranteed income demonstrations to work directly with implementers, individuals, and families to inform their projects.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Art and Change Grant (ACG)

Deadline: August 1, 2022

The Art and Change Grant (ACG) provides grants of up to $2,500 to fund art for social change projects by women, trans*, and/or gender nonconforming artists and cultural producers living in Greater Philadelphia.

The grant is project-based and open to artists and cultural producers working in any medium, including traditional and nontraditional as well as multimedia and experimental forms.

We encourage you to apply if you are a woman, trans*, and/or or gender nonconforming artist who:

  • Has an art for social change project or opportunity that impacts a larger group, audience, or community.
  • Has a project supported by or in collaboration with a Change Partner (a person, organization, or business that is a part of the project in some way).
  • Lives in Greater Philadelphia: Bucks, Camden, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, or Philadelphia County

For more information and to apply, click here!


Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants

Deadline: August 2, 2022

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is proud to partner with the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation to administer the Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants. Robert Rauschenberg was committed to assisting fellow artists in need of emergency medical aid, ultimately establishing the nonprofit foundation Change, Inc. in 1970. In this spirit, this program is designed to serve artists in financial need who otherwise may delay critical treatment or incur substantial and perhaps overwhelming debt. We recognize the urgency of caring for and helping one another and, while artists are famously self-sufficient, we encourage you to ask for support when needed.

This is a competitive grant program. Please review our eligibility requirements and the eligible types of expenses to determine that you are eligible before applying. If you have questions, please contact the grants administrator. This project is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.

For more information and to apply, click here!


2023 Open Call Applications for Fountainhead Residency

Deadline: August 5, 2022

The Fountainhead Residency, based in Miami, FL, seeks visual artists who are at a pivotal point in their career where connections and conversations with art professionals and an immersive and nurturing environment is just the catalyst needed to expand and evolve their art practice.  Artists must be living outside of South Florida to apply. To date, Fountainhead Residency has hosted over 480 visual artists from 47 countries.

During each month-long residency, artists are personally introduced to nationally recognized curators, collectors, and gallerists for one-on-one studio visits, offering a one-of-kind opportunity for mentorship, insight, and perspective on their work. They are invited to experiment, investigate, and reflect, while being immersed in the local cultural landscape. Artists-in-residence receive roundtrip airfare, living and working accommodations and a stipend. They meet local artists and explore Miami’s major museums, collections and galleries. Attorneys, financial professionals and business consultants are available for critical entrepreneurial guidance.

The application will close once 300 submissions have been received.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Queens Museum In Situ Artist Fellowship

Deadline: August 14, 2022

The Queens Museum (QM) is pleased to announce an open call for its new two-year In Situ Artist Fellowship to be awarded to three artists. 


Each artist selected for this two-year fellowship (October 2022-September 2024) will receive rent-free studio space at the Museum and an annualized salaried position at $45,000 per year with full benefits. Artists will develop their practice in collaboration with specific areas of the Museum’s work and Queens constituencies. Prioritizing co-creation, relationship building, research and ambitious experimentation, artists will develop a solo exhibition to open in Spring 2024 that will result from their work with QM communities.


In Situ fellows will work a minimum of three days per week as a key part of the QM team, together with the Museum’s constituencies, building on existing connections with communities and developing new ones. They will attend weekly All Staff meetings and participate in other meetings and Learning Sessions. They will be expected to make use of the studios and facilities which are accessible seven days per week.  


For more information and to apply, click here!


Apply to the Tamer Fund for Social Ventures

Deadline: August 15, 2022 

The Tamer Fund for Social Ventures provides seed grants of up to $25,000 to nonprofit, for-profit, and hybrid early-stage social and environmental ventures. Social or environmental ventures are defined as those working to solve a social or environmental problem. In general, social and environmental for-profit ventures produce products and/or services that either focus on addressing the needs of low-income communities or customers with an explicit purpose of increasing the welfare of these groups, alleviate a market failure and create significant public goods or benefits that are not wholly captured in the price charged by the business, or have attracted funding for the business by investors or grant makers who are seeking measurable social or environmental impacts.

Application deadlines are the same dates every year: August 15 andMarch 1.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Isadore & Dunn Open Call General Programming 2023/24

Deadline: January 26, 2023

We are currently accepting submissions for solo or collective exhibitions

How to Submit:

Please Include in your email to [email protected]:

  • Specify the Show you are submitting for
  • CV and or other bio information
  • Statement about work or proposal for work
  • 5-10 images and include the title, medium and dimensions

Fee of $35 paid to Paypal: @isadoreanddunn paypal.com/paypalme/isadoreanddunn

Deadline for submissions: 26 January 2023

Check out the website here!

Professional Development Opportunities


Ascend Virtual Career Fair on August 2nd, from 1-5pm ET


For more information and to register, click here!

Job Opportunities



Artistic Associate

Soyulla Artists

New York, NY

Soyulla Artists is currently in its 21st season and is seeking an Artistic Associate to assist the Director/Founder with wide-ranging daily operations as well as seasonal and program expansion projects.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Seasonal planning; including organizing concerts and Showcases
  • Program expansion; creating tools to promote, grow and elevate the three branches of Soyulla Artists
  • Supervising and assigning tasks to the Administrative Assistant
  • Facilitating daily correspondence with artists as well as current and prospective clients
  • Managing lesson schedules, operations calendar and company database
  • Maintaining the company’s website, social media, and promotional newsletters
  • Assisting with processing invoices and payments

The position is 30 hours a week, Mon-Fri, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pay is $30/Hr plus a $5 per day commute fee. The pay rate will be subject to review and raise based on performance. We provide 10 paid sick and vacation days and a flexible hybrid work schedule. The position requires a 1-year contract commitment and is renewed annually (2 year contract strongly preferred). The hire will undergo part time training prior to assuming full employment hours.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Teaching Artists – Dance, Percussion, Puppetry, Theater, Visual Arts

Marquis Studios

Brooklyn, NY

Marquis Studios Teaching Artists lead in-school residencies, after-school residencies and workshops for Pre-K –12 participants in public schools throughout New York City. Teaching Artists are responsible for creating engaging and educational lessons, while working collaboratively with classroom teachers and students throughout their assigned residencies. Each residency results in a culminating event or sharing that demonstrates skills that students have developed while participating in the program. 

We are currently accepting applications for Teaching Artists with experience in:

  • Percussion – experience working with students with disabilities required
  • Puppetry – experience working with students with disabilities required
  • Visual Arts – mixed media, ceramics, painting, drawing, etc. 
  • Theater/Writing – Devised Theater, Storytelling & Spoken Word Poetry
  • Dance – Hip-Hop, African, Bollywood, Bhangra, and other Cultural Dances 

Duties & Responsibilities

  • In-school and after-school availability – Teaching Artist’s must be available for a minimum of two full days per week. 
  • Occasional availability to facilitate 90-minute workshops on weekday afternoons or Saturday mornings. Workshops are assigned based on the availability provided by Teaching Artists. 
  • Creating original curriculum that aligns with city and state arts standards, school curriculum, and reflects the voice of Marquis Studios residencies. 
  • Working closely with classroom teachers and specific school administrators before the residency begins to:
    • Outline a plan for the assigned 10-week program, discuss culminating event expectations and programming scheduled. 
  • Working with students to:
    • Engage, enrich, and empower young creative artists of all abilities.
    • Develop critical thinking skills and social emotional learning.
    • Expand arts literacy through cultural and community connections highlighting marginalized voices.
  • Meeting specific professional development requirements which include, Bi-annual PD’S, discipline specific meetings, and pursuing personal professional development opportunities.
  • Completing administrative tasks by assigned deadline (workshop logs, reporting hours, permission slip collection, etc.)

Apply by 8/5/22

For more information and to apply, click here!


Special Events Associate

The Jewish Museum

New York, NY

The Special Events Associate supports a large variety of events produced by the Special Events Department including but not limited to the annual Purim Ball Gala, Art and Design Tour, New York Jewish Film Festival Opening Night, donor cultivation and fundraising events, and travel opportunities for members and donors. This position requires strong organizational, communication and problem-solving skills.


  • Support the strategy, conceptualization, development, and execution of Jewish Museum fundraising events, including the annual Purim Ball, Art and Design Tour, donor cultivation events and travel opportunities, and more
  • Assist with day-of event logistics from set-up to breakdown, including registration, staffing, catering, audio-visual, décor, seating, and live program
  • Collaborate with external service providers, such as caterers, designers, producers, printers, mail houses, etc.
  • Assist in collateral process and execution in partnership with the marketing team (internal routing, collaborate with graphic designers/Marketing and Communications team, and vendors)
  • Work with external vendor to manage communication with attendees and donors to collect appropriate details including guest information
  • Draft solicitation letters, acknowledgements, invitation, and program copy
  • Ensure department database protocol is followed and develop and proofread mailing lists
  • Help facilitate outreach for corporate sponsorship and in-kind donations
  • Coordinate travel planning and itineraries for honorees as necessary
  • Collaborate across the Development team to ensure appropriate donor touchpoints
  • Perform post-event follow up process to solidify pledge payments/contributions and process invoices
  • Assist in maintaining and updating revenue tracking and special event opportunity records
  • Assist in implementing fundraising strategies to further increase revenue associated with Special Events and expand event supporter engagement
  • Provide back-up assistance and coverage for Museum events, rental events and site visits as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

For more information and to apply, click here!


Assistant Director, Major Gifts

The Jewish Museum

New York, NY

In this newly created role, the Jewish Museum seeks an entrepreneurial Assistant Director to play an integral role in leading and expanding major gifts supporters. This includes leading and growing its Museum Council, which comprises donors at the $10,000 - $100,000 level and with a $870,000+ goal for the 2023 Fiscal Year. This role will also oversee two direct reports who manage the Patron ($1,000 – 9,999 level), Young Patrons ($180 – 1,800) and Contemporary Circle ($2,500 – 7,500). The Assistant Director will be a key part of the Institutional and Major Gifts team, which raises approximately $4MM each year. Through personal visits and targeted solicitations, the Assistant Director will oversee a distinct portfolio, as well as provide mentorship and guidance for members of the Major Gifts team. In collaboration with the Director of Institutional and Major Gifts and the Institutional and Major Gifts team, this position will also develop and execute an ongoing strategy for qualifying prospects and donors and moving them to blended-gift prospect status. 

For more information and to apply, click here!


Dean of Students

Chesapeake College

Wye Mills, MD

Under the general supervision of the Vice President for the Division of Student Success and Enrollment Management, the Dean of Students is responsible for the administration of the Student Code of Conduct and Title IX.  The Dean of Students provides leadership to ensure that resources and opportunities exist to support student success. The Dean of Students is an innovative individual who will bring vision, promote a student-centered model, and have an understanding about issues and national trends that affect community colleges.  The Dean of Students serves as a member of the Division’s leadership team and shares the responsibility for promoting a student-centered campus environment that supports the development and inclusion of all students.

The Dean of Students promotes student success and facilitates an optimally respectful and inclusive campus environment.  This role will form and enrich a campus culture of respect, safety, ethics and civility education, with an emphasis on fairness, diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Dean of Students will ensure a comprehensive learning environment for students that integrates retention, engagement, and holistic student development.  The Dean of Students may also oversee additional functional areas within the Division as reorganization occurs or new programs are added.

For more information and to apply, click here!



Films Programmer

Rooftop Films NYC

Brooklyn, NY

The Programming department is charged with the responsibility of meeting the artistic objectives of Rooftop Films and especially to discover and present the work of emerging filmmakers from diverse communities. Reporting to the Senior Programmer, the Programmer will participate in all aspects of programming for the Summer Series and off-season events and all aspects of the Filmmakers Fund granting program. The Programmer will also help to manage artist/filmmaker relations and supervise part time contract staff. This is a full-time, year-round salaried position, eligible for full benefits. 

For more information, click here!


Video Production Manager

Frost Productions

New York, NY

The New York office of Frost Productions is seeking a highly-motivated and experienced Video Production Manager, based in the Tri-State area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut).

The Video Production Manager is responsible for managing the overall Video operations of Frost Productions. This position encompasses a variety of responsibilities in the field, office and shop. The Video Production Manager works closely with clients and all of Frost’s internal teams (Accounts, Production, Operations and Warehouse) in an effort to achieve the successful design and implementation of all video jobs. Management of the video staff (hiring, scheduling & evaluations) and the video inventory (gear turn arounds, rentals & purchasing) to maximize efficiencies is a key priority, while staying on top of the ever-changing demands of a fast-paced schedule is integral to achieving success at this position.

Salary Range: $90,000+; commensurate with experience.

For more information and to apply, click here!


'The Desperate Hours,' Editor

Margate House Films

Pacific Palisades, CA; New York, NY

Seeking a nonunion editor for a feature film based on the true story and best-selling book "Last Chance, Last Dance" by Ann Rule, for the Lifetime Network.

Synopsis: An intense real-time thriller putting a mother in an impossible situation in which she must put herself in danger and bond with a killer in order to save her children, herself, and ultimately even the life of her captor.

Film will be shooting on location in West Virginia, leading the cast is Samantha Mathis.

Rate is $10k flat, inclusive of equipment and assistant (if needed).

Works 8-9 weeks, target work date July 25 through Sept. 22. Location is flexible; NY/LA preferred.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Producer and Editor

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York, NY

The Digital Producer/Editor develops public-facing digital content that contributes to a world class experience for audiences onsite at The Met's NYC venues and globally via online channels and platforms. The Met seeks a creative thinker with a talent for storytelling, who has a demonstrated commitment to including a diversity of perspectives. This individual works in collaboration with other producers, project managers, and stakeholders across the Museum, including Curatorial, Education and Marketing, to develop content that is compelling and relevant to visitors, leading to deeper engagement and impact.

The Digital Producer/Editor creates content for a range of digital projects from conception through completion. They create and execute project proposals, specifications, and budgets, develop storytelling strategies, and ensure quality and consistency across digital content. They also collaborate with and guide other content creators, designers, external contractors, writers, copywriters, and production teams.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Cinematographer, 1st Camera operators, 2nd AC, and Soundman

Lucifer (HORROR)

New York, NY

CDC is seeking Cinematographers, 1st Camera operators and 2nd AC for our Camera Crew.The experience doesn't matters is the talent and vision that counts for us Beginners are welcome.We have 3 movies in the slate.

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Clinical Asst/Assoc/Professor of T & D; Theatre Performance–Acting on Camera

University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI

Teach six undergraduate courses in acting, including but not limited to Acting on Camera I & II, and Acting for the Camera for non-performance majors. The possibility to develop and teach additional courses or seminars in related areas, based on individual skills, research interests and experience, coupled with departmental strategy. The Department of Theatre & Drama has a fully equipped Acting for the Camera studio, and the position requires the technical knowledge to utilize and maintain the equipment in the studio. The On Camera acting teacher oversees collaborations with classes and professors in Michigan's Film, TV, and Media department. Prepare syllabi and course materials, assess student work, and assign and submit student grades. Mentor advanced students for industry preparedness. The appointee will be expected to: demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching excellence, create an innovative curriculum for a broad range of students of varied identities and backgrounds who seek to explore a range of educational opportunities and career pathways; recruit and retain students of exceptional promise, and develop and maintain a profile as a performer and a pedagogue. It is expected that the appointee will engage in innovative artistic collaborations on campus. The appointee will also be expected to: attend faculty meetings and serve on faculty and university committees as appropriate.

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Administrative Assistant II

Swarthmore College

Swarthmore, PA

The Film & Media Studies department is seeking an Administrative Assistant who will be an enthusiastic team player providing administrative and program support for faculty and students in our growing department, with the potential to shape our dynamic program as we move into a planned new facility. The successful candidate will have a background in the field, an interest in arts administration, and a desire to foster and maintain strong ties across the campus community. Responsibilities include maintaining course catalog, department budget, website, student records, class and event scheduling, facilitating and publicizing events (such as artist visits, screenings, and the annual TriCo Film Festival), supervising student workers, and working with the chair on day-to-day administration of the department. Excellent communication skills are a must, and familiarity with website management, graphic design, office software, and basic production tools is highly desirable.

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Assistant Professor in Film and Television Production–Fall 2023

Boston University College of Communication

Boston, MA

The Department of Film and Television at Boston University’s College of Communication is seeking an Assistant Professor in the area of production. Professional experience, an advanced degree and a background teaching at the university level is preferred. Areas of expertise could include scripted production, documentary production, directing, producing, editing, sound design or VFX.  

Boston University is committed to fostering an inclusive university community.  We believe that the diversity of our faculty, students, and staff is essential to our continued success as we strive to reflect the ever-changing landscape of film and TV.  A successful candidate should demonstrate experience in and commitment to promoting an inclusive and diverse educational environment.

Duties require teaching three courses per semester at the undergraduate and graduate level. Candidates should be qualified to teach a range of project oriented production courses. Department faculty are also encouraged to propose and develop new courses in their field of expertise.

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Full-Time Faculty Position in Writing for Film and Television–Fall 2023

Boston University College of Communication

Boston, MA

The Department of Film and Television at Boston University’s College of Communication is seeking an Associate Professor of the Practice in the area of writing for Film and Television. Qualified applicants will have a significant body of professional work and an enthusiasm for teaching. An advanced degree and teaching experience at the university level is highly valued.


Boston University is committed to fostering an inclusive university community.  We believe that the diversity of our faculty, students, and staff is essential to our continued success as we strive to reflect the ever-changing landscape of Film and Television.  A successful candidate should demonstrate experience in and commitment to promoting an inclusive and diverse educational environment.


Duties require teaching three courses (or multiple sections of one course) per semester, at the undergraduate and graduate level. Possible courses could include writing short and feature films as well as episodic Television spec and pilot scripts. Department faculty are also encouraged to propose and develop new courses in their field of expertise.

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Assistant Professor (Communication)–Critical Media Production/Film Studies

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Amherst, MA

The Department of Communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst invites applications for a tenure-track position in Film Studies and Media Production. We are seeking talented applicants qualified for an assistant professor position. Under exceptional circumstances, highly qualified candidates at other ranks may receive consideration. We seek a colleague who is a Film Studies maker-scholar and whose research includes a commitment to critical paradigms expressed and embodied both in scholarly publication as well as through moving image production.

This maker-scholar position will help integrate our Film Studies curriculum with our Media Production offerings, while expanding the range of courses we offer in both these areas at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This position extends a department tradition and commitment to original, interdisciplinary research that includes written as well as critical and multi-modal scholarship. Specific areas of expertise are open, with preference for candidates whose work is focused on Black cinema and expressive culture, critical race, and/or postcolonial perspectives on film and media.

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Cast and Crew, Undisclosed Feature Film

Romy Chaggar, exec. Prod.

New York, NY

Casting and seeking crew for a feature film following the lives of aspiring actors in NYC.

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Associate Producer, Digital Programming - CNN


New York, NY

The Daily: 

  • Programming Associate Producers are obsessed with finding that perfect alert, headline, image and curation forstories. They optimize homepages, social platforms and article pages. 
  • They take initiative to recognize programming needs, and they work with more senior team members to make sure the needs are met.  
  • They focus on CNN's hot-seat programming duties, including high-speed writing of accurate headlines, fast-paced news judgment and CMS ninja work. It also means writing audience-friendly notifications for social media, email and app. 
  • This position will require a high degree of flexibility with hours and a willingness to work nights and weekends. 
  • Programming Associate Producers are seen internally as go-to people for how to get compelling and essential journalism seen and shared. To that end, they think like readers/swipers/watchers/listeners and help connect disparate digital dots to the benefit of global audiences second-by-second, minute-by-minute. 
  • They are addicted to audience analytics and A/B testing and work to ensure CNN is meeting its revenue goals.  
  • Digital Associate Producers are ace collaborators, working with video and photo teams, social teams, the global digital news desk, vertical teams and beyond.  
  • They are excellent givers of feedback, and they participate in post-mortems and other conversations about sharpening our programming.  
  • They have a knowledge of digital content in many forms -- articles, videos, galleries, social content, interactives, podcasts, etc -- across the entire portfolio and create compelling digital packages for distribution on a wide range of platforms. 
  • They suggest ideas and/or execute programming strategies that contribute to the life of content, from publication through ongoing refreshes and updates. 
  • They help execute projects, watching a wide range of audience data closely, optimizing content as needed. 

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Senior Video Producer


New York, NY

Bloomberg Media Studios is searching for a highly motivated Senior Producer to join our U.S team full time. This person will have an extensive background in production, video/postproduction, motion graphics and animation. The Senior Video producer will be responsible for ensuring quality assurance and that the creative team meets scheduled goals. This entails a range of oversight of work including budgeting, planning, scheduling, managing and executing production activities for maximum performance of projects.


This candidate will be a proven creative leader who can work closely with clients to develop and present creative content solutions and be a leader on a creative team with high-level video and design capabilities, leverage relationships to build creative partnerships in the US, and create buzz about Bloomberg Media Studios and our work for clients.


As a Senior Producer of Bloomberg Media Studios this candidate will work closely with the Head of Video to augment that team with a talented and diverse group of freelancers and vendors that can contribute to ideation as well as execution of projects. 


The Senior Producer will develop strong relationships with sales, strategy and data science leadership and will work collaboratively with these teams in client presentations and developing new business.


We are passionate about developing innovative ideas and committed to working for a company that places purpose at the center of its business, and understands that creativity depends on a healthy, balanced, and supportive work environment. 

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Junior Digital Producer


New York, NY

This role is responsible for actively supporting the digital production team through website maintenance, administrative tasks and supporting the end to end production management of Chobani creative projects, services and assets.

The ideal candidate will be well organized and with a great attention to detail. You will be a self-starter with a passion for all things Digital (and Social). You will be happy to work on your own as well as part of a team and be willing to get involved at all levels. You will have excellent communication skills as well as an aptitude for numbers

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Film Sales, International


New York, NY

A24 is looking for a Film Sales Executive to join the International Sales and Distribution team. As a key member of the sales team, you will focus on first run film sales and be a motivated self-starter with several years of experience within feature film sales. You should have a demonstrated interest and ability in selling across a diverse film slate, and have strong established relationships with international distributors. Open to candidates based in NY, LA or London. 

Initial responsibilities

  • License/ sell A24 films to international distributors
  • Bring and develop expertise and sales relationships across allocated territories
  • Manage partner relationships
  • Develop sales strategies per territory
  • Attend all major film markets, and partake in business travel as required
  • Work closely with other departments in the company i.e. legal, distribution, finance, accounting, marketing, PR to ensure smooth delivery and distribution of films to international partners

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Associate Artistic Director & Director of New Work

Colorado College

Colorado Springs, CO

This leadership position works closely with the Producing Artistic Director in defining, planning, and achieving the innovative and anti-racist vision and mission of the FAC Theatre Company.

The anticipated salary for this position starts at $50,960.00.


  • Model a positive, proactive temperament for the entire Theatre Company staff.
  • In consultation with the Producing Artistic Director, act as Lead Producer for specific productions and events throughout the season. Manage administrative and artistic issues that may arise in the absence of the Producing Artistic Director.
  • Through conferences, festivals, and one’s own artistic opportunities, develop and maintain deep relationships with other theatrical organizations and individuals locally, regionally and nationally.
  • Supervise Education Programs Producer as they served as point person for all summer education classes and productions.

More responsibilities in the link below!

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General Manager

Bristol Riverside Theatre

Bristol, PA

We are seeking a General Manager (GM) who loves theatre in all forms. We are looking for someone who understands, or is deeply curious about, the nuanced ways in which business and finance affect art-making and how the choices we make onstage affect our business. We are looking for a trustworthy, confident, high-level thinker who will work closely with the Co-Producing Directors to manage and shape the organization in what we expect to be a challenging post-pandemic period. We are looking for someone who is committed to how an arts organization can positively benefit and serve a community and who is ready to dive into what will inevitably be a challenging few years in this changed landscape.

The GM is command central, the hub that holds the development, marketing, production, and education departments together. The GM supervises and directs daily operations and works with the Co-Producing Directors to develop the business plans and budget goals that will ensure the continued success and health of the organization.

We are a small, tight knit team who works hard, helps each other, and forms long meaningful relationships. This position requires an energetic and collaborative professional who doesn’t believe that there is one “way it’s done” and who truly wants to be part of this team.

While past theatre experience is highly desired, it is not necessarily a deal breaker. It is possible that the right candidate is looking for how to use their administrative, financial, and management skills in new ways to have a deep positive impact on their community. 

Candidates without a theatre background will be expected to throw themselves into learning the particulars of this field, reading a variety of texts, observing what happens in rehearsal, backstage, in the classroom, etc., regularly attending a wide variety of theatres, reaching out to colleagues, attending conferences, etc. This extensive investigation will require night and weekend time.

Salary Range: $60,000

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Stage Managers for 29-hour reading


New York, NY

SolFest: A Latiné Theatre Festival, in partnership with Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, will be celebrating its fifth year. SolFest will take place August 7-10. We are currently seeking volunteers, production assistants and SMs for our events. There are events both in person and online. People of the global majority are strongly encouraged to apply. If you are interested and available during the dates of August 4-10, or would like to be considered for future events, please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected]. In-person stage readings operate under the AEA 29-Hour Stage Reading Guidelines. COVID-19 Visitor Safety: proof of vaccine and face mask required. 


Manager of Fieldwide Programming

Theatre Communications Group

New York, NY

Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for theatre, seeks a Manager of Fieldwide Programming to join its Department of Fieldwide Programming. This position serves as a producer and facilitator of meetings and other external-facing TCG events. The Manager of Fieldwide Programming collaborates with a cross-section of departments within TCG to produce in-person and virtual convenings, webinars, live streams, and other event experiences. The Manager, who should be based in the New York City area, reports to the Director of Fieldwide Programming and will help to conceptualize, execute, and produce events and experiences within TCG’s seasonal calendar, including managing production schedules, technology, staffing, and logistics.

The salary range for this position is between $58,500 and $62,500

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Teaching Artist - Part-time

Metropolitan Opera Guild

New York, NY

The Metropolitan Opera Guild seeks professional vocal and choral artists of classical music and legit musical theater who are interested in working with schools to facilitate ongoing K-6 School Partnerships. We are currently seeking candidates for our 20 - 30 week semester-long residency programs in the Students Compose Opera and Urban Voices programs.

An Ideal candidate for this position:

  • Is interested in a balance of teaching vocal/choral music during the day while maintaining a separate performance/work life in the afternoons/evenings
  • Is interested in and willing to take on long-term residency work, September through June during in-school hours (9am - 2:30 pm) in the greater NYC area - primarily in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island
  • Has facility and 5+ years of experience leading group vocal/choral or musical theater instruction in an urban public school or similar professional setting
  • Has facility and experience with or exhibits a willingness to integrate key Socio-Emotional Learning skill building into your arts teaching
  • Is comfortable working with early childhood (PK - 2) and elementary students (3 - 5) and understands the unique vocal development and cognitive needs of this age group
  • Has facility and experience with creating long-range curricula based on an end goal of sharing students’ work with the school community 
  • Has facility and experience with creating long-range assessment strategies to observe/measure student growth and progress toward an established goal or set of goals
  • Values the day-to-day teacher/student learning experience more than a “perfect performance”
  • Is well equipped to provide inclusive and culturally responsive lessons that address the diversity of students in the New York City public school system.

Salary $37.00 to $57.00 (Hourly)

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Teaching Artist

New York Theatre Workshop

New York, NY

New York Theatre Workshop seeks enthusiastic, motivated, highly-skilled theatre artists and educators to join its roster of part-time seasonal Teaching Artists. NYTW Teaching Artists: 

  • Develop and facilitate the original curriculum surrounding NYTW’s productions.
  • Work with partner teachers and NYTW staff to plan theatre skill and/or theatre integration residencies. 
  • Collaborate with teachers and NYTW staff to create a culturally-relevant curriculum that supports and enhances classroom learning. 
  • Work with community partners and NYTW staff to develop residencies, workshops, and experiences that meet the needs and goals of the constituencies served. 
  • Facilitate intergenerational workshops at NYTW and community partner sites. 
  • Facilitate masterclasses for youth and adult participants. 
  • Facilitate careers in the theatre workshops at NYTW and school and community partner sites. 
  • Participate in planning meetings at NYTW and/or school and community partner sites. 

About You 

  • You are a skilled theatre Teaching Artist who is committed to creating and maintaining an equitable and inclusive community. 
  • You are familiar with NYTW’s artistic, educational, and community engagement mission. 
  • You have experience in theatre, educational and/or applied theatre, or relevant experience in arts education. 
  • You have experience in three or more of the following areas: acting/scene study, directing, playwriting, devising, dramaturgy, verbatim/interview theatre, Shakespeare, physical theatre/movement, choreography, stage combat/intimacy coordination, musical theatre, composition, technical theatre/design, stage management and/or others. 
  • You possess excellent teaching/facilitation, written, and interpersonal communication skills. 
  • You have a passion for creating community among a diverse population of learners. 
  • You have experience working with high school-aged youth in educational settings and/or non-traditional settings. 
  • You have experience working with diverse student populations and a range of high school grade and experience levels. 
  • You are passionate about working with young artists. 
  • You are a motivated collaborator able to engage with multiple diverse individuals to achieve program goals. 

Salary $50.00 to $100.00 (Hourly)

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Director of Production

Manhattan Theatre Club

New York, NY

The Director of Production reports directly to the Executive Producer and General Manager and is instrumental in all aspects of MTC’s production department, Facilities and Capital Improvements. The Director of Production works directly with every play’s creative team, to facilitate the realization of their designs. The Director of Production is a member of MTC’s senior staff working closely on season planning, budget planning, and management of the Production staff. The Director of Production will oversee the pre-production, production, and post-production process for MTC’s Season while adhering to established parameters, schedules and budgets. Primary duties include managing all production elements and logistics, hiring and supervising union and non-union production staff, production payroll, accounting and budgeting, scheduling production and theatre resources, operations and maintenance for three facilities. This position works closely with MTC Staff, directors, designers, stage managers, technical crews, consultants and vendors. Critical for success in this position is the ability to work in concert with others, manage staff and track multiple short term and long term projects at once. 

Salary: $130-150K

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Company Manager

Signature Theatre

New York, NY

Signature Theatre, one of New York’s leading Off‐Broadway theatres, is seeking a full-time/seasonal Company Manager for our 2022/2023 season. The Company Manager will report to the General Management department. 

We expect the position to begin August 22, 2022 and run through June 30, 2023. This is a full-time seasonal position. 


  • Serve as liaison between artists, management and production personnel for all Signature productions and readings
  • Draft and administer artist contracts and correspond with artist representatives and unions
  • Provide onsite coverage at rehearsals and performances, including evenings, weekends and holidays, to respond to the ongoing needs of each production
  • Process and distribute weekly company payroll and generate union reports
  • Process all house seat and company ticket requests utilizing Tessitura and manage ticket inventory in conjunction with Marketing and the box office
  • Prepare check requests and reimbursements for processing 
  • Track expenses and reconcile company management budget
  • Serve as back-up Covid Safety Manager when applicable
  • Manage travel, accommodations, artist visas, and other special requests for artists as necessary
  • Communicate company policies to artists and Signature staff
  • Organize company events including meet and greets, opening and closing nights and other special events as needed
  • Provide administrative support for overall departmental needs
  • This is a salaried, seasonal and exempt position. Weekly pay rate is $1,140.00

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Associate Director, Life of Pi

American Repertory Theater

Cambridge, MA

The American Repertory Theater at Harvard University seeks an Associate Director for our fall productions of Life of Pi. This person will work closely with the Director to execute the artistic vision of the production.

This individual is responsible for providing support to the directing team from pre-production through the closing performance.

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Assist the Director with pre-production planning and research as requested
  • Attend auditions, creative meetings, rehearsals, previews, performances, and other show-related events as assigned by the Director
  • Take and deliver notes to actors, creatives, and stage management as assigned by the Director
  • Support stage management in planning coverage and the preparation of understudies
  • Other duties as requested by the Director

Dates of employment in Cambridge, MA will be October 18, 2022 – December 15, 2022, with additional pre-production meetings as requested. This position works Tuesday – Sunday. This position may be asked to make occasional visits between December 15, 2022 and February 5, 2023 for understudy rehearsal and/or to note a performance.

Compensation is $1008/week. Travel and housing will be provided for out-of-town candidates. Day rate and per diem offered for any visits following December 15, 2022.

To apply, please send a resume and three references to [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through August 1, 2022.

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General Manager

Seattle Rep

Seattle, WA

SEATTLE REP seeks an innovative, dynamic, and highly skilled General Manager to join its Senior Leadership team to oversee and support key operational areas of the Theater, including contracting, administration, operations, short- and long-term strategic planning, events management, facilities, and Front of House. This position reports to the Managing Director and partners with the Artistic Director, Director of Production, Chief Financial Officer, Chief People Officer, and every other department head to ensure seamless program and service delivery across the organization.

As the successful candidate for the General Manager role, you will be a dynamic strategic thinker with the ability to implement adaptive strategies to address the challenge of organizational change. You will report directly to the Managing Director while providing critical support and partnership to the artistic and production sides of the Theater and working closely with all department heads. This is a newly structured position on the Senior Leadership team, providing a unique opportunity to refine the job responsibilities in partnership with the Managing Director. If you have a successful track record of using influence and relationship-building to achieve results this will be your dream job!

Salary: $100,000 - $130,000 annually, DOE

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General Management / Company Management Associate

Live Wire Theatrical Management

New York, NY

Live Wire Theatrical Management (Rob Ahrens and Chris Aniello) is a New York-based General Management office working on Broadway and Off-Broadway. We are looking for qualified candidates to fill the open General Management & Company Management Associate position with their organization.

Candidates should have a passion for the performing arts and an interest in the administrative work of General and Company Managers. Our office is looking to expand its team long term and candidates should look forward to a positive, inclusive, and equitable growth environment. Experience in theatrical administration is encouraged but not required.

Associate will be required to assist Company Managers on their existing projects with show-specific administrative duties, including performance-related company management support duties at theatre venues. Candidates should be familiar with Office applications, general office duties (such as filing, errand-running, meeting notation, phones, etc.) and have a proactive mindset in their approach to the position.

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking for experience in general management, company management, and/or producing. We are committed to helping this candidate grow

Salary: $1,000/Week

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Associate Director of Theatre Program

Fordham University

New York, NY

Under the leadership of the Director of the Theatre Program, the Associate Program Director collaborates closely with the staff and faculty to play an instrumental role in implementing the mission, vision, and values. Within a collaborative relationship, the Associate Program Director is responsible for rendering the Director of the Theater Program’s vision into practicable initiatives that are financially sound and supported, and which galvanize the faculty, staff and student community. The chosen candidate should possess strong leadership, financial management and excellent communication skills, with a firm understanding of management processes, a proven track record for developing and managing a team, exceptional administrative skills and proactive community-building skills The Associate Program Director has a deep commitment to equity, access and inclusion and passion for the arts and arts education.

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Conservatory Manager

American Conservatory Theatre

San Francisco, CA

The Conservatory Manager provides administrative support, primarily logistical and financial-operation based, to all conservatory programs (Young Conservatory, Studio A.C.T., Summer Training Congress, San Francisco Semester, Professional Development, Library, Alumni Relations) to bring quality training opportunities and life-long learning through theatre-based classes. The position collaborates with multiple outside departments; primarily finance, facilities, and human resources; to ensure all conservatory programs have adequate resources to run. They collaborate with program directors to fulfill their visions’ needs, managing expectations with available resources. Primarily task and management oriented. (Note: Studio A.C.T. and Young Conservatory programs share an Associate Programs Manager that share some responsibilities.)

 $75,000.00 - $85,000.00 Salary/year

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Director of Development

Classical Theatre of Harlem

New York, NY

Classical Theatre of Harlem (CTH) seeks a Director of Development to lead the planning and execution of all fundraising efforts to achieve sustainable growth from government, foundations, major gifts, individuals, corporate, and events. The Director of Development will be a critical member of the Senior Team working alongside the Producing Artistic Director and Chief Operating Officer.

Salary Range is $90,000 to $110,000

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Director of Development

Goodspeed Musicals

East Haddam, CT

Goodspeed Musicals seeks a Director of Development to lead the planning and execution of all fundraising efforts to achieve sustainable growth from government, foundations, major gifts, individuals, corporate, and events. The Director will be a critical member of the Leadership Team working alongside the Artistic and Managing Directors. The ideal candidate will have experience raising contributed income levels and enjoy motivating key members of the organization to fundraise. This position will appeal to those inspired by the tremendous potential for growth and desire to motivate a team of Board and staff to achieve success at a vigorous pace.

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Charge Scenic Artist

University of Oklahoma (Norman)

Norman, OK

The University of Oklahoma seeks an enthusiastic team player to serve as the Charge Scenic Artist in our nationally recognized BFA training program. The Charge Scenic Artist is responsible for supporting the artistic vision of directors and designers as it relates to all painting and scenic treatments for our diverse nine-show season. The ability to create and teach Scenic painting techniques and surface treatments to Fine Arts students, including but not limited translucencies, carving, texturing, aging, distressing, marbling and wood graining is essential. Also of importance is proven ability in personnel management and budgeting; excellent work ethic including attention to detail, time management, workflow management, self-motivation, and interpersonal communication skills; ability to collaborate and work as part of a team; flexible schedule, including weekends and evenings as necessary. Other duties as assigned.

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Visual Arts



Susan Sheehan Gallery

New York, NY

Our secondary market gallery specializing in Post-War American prints and works on paper is looking for a full time, experienced individual to fill the position of Director. This individual must possess previous experience in a senior position at a gallery, museum, or auction house, with significant knowledge of Post-War American artists and prints. 

This is a long-term position, Monday - Friday. The ideal candidate is an experienced, knowledgeable, and effective sales person with a management background and obvious comfort in liaising with clients, colleagues, and vendors. 

Day-to-day responsibilities and duties include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Generating sales of Post-War and Contemporary prints and works on paper to new and existing clients and institutions. This includes responding to phone and internet based inquiries.
  • Maintaining and growing relationships with existing clients.
  • Developing new markets and bringing new clients to the gallery.
  • Sourcing secondary market works for purchase.
  • Supervising the gallery’s web presence on relevant platforms (Artsy, Artnet, etc.) and the gallery’s social media accounts.
  • Communicating with clients through gallery newsletters.
  • Collaborating on artwork selection and sales strategies for art fairs. We currently participate in ADDA The Art Show, Art Basel|Basel, Frieze Masters, and Art Basel|Miami.

Qualifications include:

  • At least 2-4 years in a management position at a gallery, museum, or reputable auction house. 
  • At least 5 years of proven experience in the sale of high-value, primary or secondary market artworks.
  • Bachelor’s degree in the arts (an art history degree preferred). Master's degree is a plus.
  • Strong knowledge of Post-War and Contemporary art.

Salary: $100000.00 to $150000.00 (Annual)

Please email cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted


Art Fairs Manager

Pace Gallery

New York, NY

The Art Fairs Manager is responsible for overseeing all administration and logistics relating to art fairs, while simultaneously addressing the related needs of the wider staff including Sales, Installations, Marketing, Finance, Registration, and others. The Art Fairs Manager is a leader in Pace’s efforts to foster an efficient, flexible, and collaborative approach to our projects. This position requires excellent communication and organizational abilities and a proven track record in art fair coordination, budgeting, and meeting deadlines.   

 What You’ll Be Doing: 

  • Liaise with all relevant Departments and Dealer Offices to coordinate and gather relevant information for all gallery related art fairs.   
  • Maintain and populate a shared art fair and exhibition calendar noting all relevant dates, locations, shipment information, and application deadlines.   
  • Complete applications, manage fair timelines and ensure all deadlines and art fair requirements are met.   
  • Actively communicate deadlines to ensure smooth collaboration with a clear understanding of goals and needs to both teammates internally as well as fair staff and client contacts, guaranteeing a healthy and positive relationship with fair partners.   
  • Oversee coordination of art fair related construction and space planning.   
  • Prepare lists of equipment and place orders for all art fair related materials.   
  • Track fair expenses, create and actively manage budgets, help set sales goals, help ensure that targets are met.   
  • Maintain contracts for all fairs, temporary, permanent, and traveling exhibitions.   
  • Assist in developing and refining systems to improve the workflow with attention to art fairs; create comprehensive internal reports at the end of each art fair.   
  • Organize and create installation instructions for art fairs and ensure they are available to staff, artist studios, and for future gallery use.   
  • Work with colleagues globally and consistently identify and implement innovative approaches to fairs to be as efficient and cost-effective as possible.   

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Museum Preparator

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ

The Princeton University Art Museum seeks an experienced, engaged, and innovative Museum Preparator who thrives in a collaborative and goal-oriented environment. Reporting to the Head of Installations, the Museum Preparator will help install and preserve our collections, in alignment with the Museum's priorities.

The Museum Preparator will join the Art Museum at a dynamic time as we construct a new building designed by Sir David Adjaye, scheduled to open in 2024. Located at the center of campus, this bold and welcoming design will roughly double the space for exhibition, conservation, study, and interpretation of the Museum's globe-spanning collections.

Priorities for the Museum Preparator will be to assist with the preparation for the eventual return of the collections to the new building and to prepare objects for the future galleries. Primary duties include installation of exhibitions, preparation of outgoing loans, general art handling and location tracking in the inventory system, and maintenance of our campus art collections. Further duties include handling, mounting, matting, and framing of works on paper for the purposes of study, imaging, collections storage, and gallery display. The Museum Preparator will work with conservators, registrars, project leads, curators, designers, and fellow preparators to fulfill these duties

Apply by 08/12/22

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Curator of the Permanent Collection & Related Exhibitions

The Hyde Collection

Glens Falls, NY

The Curator of the Permanent Collection and Related Exhibitions (referred to here as “Curator”) shall honor the vision of Charlotte Pruyn Hyde by ensuring the works in the collection advance a greater understanding and appreciation of the Museum’s collection among all audiences through research, lecture, and writing. S/He will promote and fulfill the stated mission, goals, and values of The Hyde through the care, preservation, and presentation of the permanent collection, exhibitions, and public programs. S/He will ensure that the Museum preserves its collections and presents its exhibitions and programs in accordance with the highest professional standards set forth by the American Alliance of Museums. The Curator will encourage innovation and experimentation within her/his department by welcoming new philosophies, technological innovations, ideas, and approaches to exhibitions, collection installations, the permanent collection, acquisitions, educational experiences, and museum events. S/He will champion fresh thinking and approaches to art, and seize opportunities to be creative, experimental, and innovative, and represent the Museum as a thought leader and advocate for the arts on a local and national level. S/He shall plan and execute at least four (4) but not more than eight (8) exhibitions per year related to the permanent collection based on an agreed upon theme as reviewed by the Collections and Exhibitions Committee each year, one of which the Curator will curate themselves. The exhibition schedule shall be planned and coordinated in conjunction with the Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art and Related Exhibitions. Additionally, the Curator will curate one (1) original exhibition every three years along with the associated scholarship and related publication or publications. Consideration will be given to creating an original exhibition which will travel following it’s initial showing at the Hyde Collection. The Curator will gain insights of and place considerable attention on artists from NY’s Capital and North Country regions.

Salary $65000.00 to $90000.00 (Annual)

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Junior Production Artist- Design

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York, NY

The Design department designs and installs approximately 50+ exhibitions and rotations per year, alongside capital construction and buildings projects at various stages of design, gallery reinstallation projects, and special projects for the Director’s office. The studio provides design services for a building that is over 2 million square feet and contains objects from 17 curatorial departments, collaborating with over 50 departments to serve an average of over 7 million visitors annually.

The Design Department includes Exhibition Design, Graphic Design, Lighting Design, and Production teams. As part of a four-person team, the Junior Production Artist brings organizational skills, a collaborative spirit, and adaptability to production for exhibitions and other projects. This position responds to production needs with pragmatism, responsiveness, and flexibility in close consultation with the other Production team members.

The Junior Production Artist is responsible for extensive hands-on production (printing, trimming, lamination, mounting) and installation of various graphic materials for a wide array of exhibitions and other projects at the museum. They will assist Production Artists on production for large and medium projects, and be individually responsible for small projects as assigned. Duties also include production and installation of selected interior and exterior signage, as well as requesting and reviewing prepress proofs from external vendors as needed. Critical to this position is close collaboration and support for team members as well as effective communication with Design department colleagues, multiple museum constituents, and outside vendors.

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Art Handler

Acumen International

Maspeth, NY

Acumen International is looking for a full-time art handler to join our team. The job entails moving, packing and installing works all around the Tri-State area. We are a company involved in high caliber projects for VIP clients and are looking for a person who is excited to take on a range of demanding challenges in their day to day work. 

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2022 September Edition–Armory Arts Week Art Fair Positions


New York, NY

SPRING/BREAK returns to Armory Arts Week for its eleventh year. We are seeking sociable, reliable, arts-interested production staff, curatorial assistants, and docents to handle a broad range of responsibilities with a broad range of commitment level. Our goal is to support emerging artists and curators by offering free space to exhibit within an art fair model. This is a temporary paid position.

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Exhibitions and Maintenance Coordinator

School of Visual Arts

New York, NY

The Exhibitions and Maintenance Coordinator acts as a liaison between staff, students and faculty in relation to student and department exhibitions. Manage the organization, support, installation, disassembly, and documentation of exhibitions. Manage and oversee the maintenance and repairs of the equipment and facilities related to the equipment hub, studios, darkroom facilities and storage areas. Provide support to the Director of Operations as needed.

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Coordinator of Special Programs and Projects (Temporary, 6-month assignment)

School of Visual Arts

New York, NY

Oversee departmental projects and special programs within the BFA Photography and Video Department. Serve as the main point of contact and the public liaison between the department and the global professional photography and video community.

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Executive Assistant to Director/Gallery Assistant

Venus Over Manhattan

New York, NY

General Executive Assistant tasks include: answer the phone, maintain calendars, organize travel bookings, assist with sales on behalf of the Director. 

General Gallery Assistant tasks include: coordinate calendar with the general gallery team, oversee sales on behalf of the gallery Director, assist the registrarial team with data input and management of gallery inventory, oversee interns, assist with general office organization as needed.

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Assistant Clinical Professor, Visual Arts

Department of Theatre and Visual Arts, Fordham University

Bronx, NY and/or New York, NY

Fordham University, the Jesuit University of New York, invites applications for a non-tenure-track Assistant Clinical Professor position in the Visual Arts Program of the Department of Theatre and Visual Arts. The successful candidate should be prepared to teach at Fordham’s Lincoln Center Campus in Manhattan and/or at the Rose Hill campus in the Bronx. Starting date August 29, 2022

We are looking for a candidate with expertise and experience in teaching Visual Thinking or similar courses. Visual Thinking is a required foundational course for Art History Majors and Visual Arts Majors and Minors working in the program’s six areas of study: Architecture, Art and Engagement, Film/Video, Graphic Design, Painting & Drawing, and Photography. Visual Thinking also satisfies the University Fine Arts Core requirement and is open to the larger university as an elective class as well. We expect the successful candidate to be comfortable in an interdisciplinary environment.

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Adjunct Faculty Fine Arts, Drawing & Painting

Johnson County Community College (JCCC)

Overland Park, KS

Johnson County Community College is looking to fill an adjunct teaching position in our Fine Art program. This position will teach at least one section of Painting in the Fall semester of 2022 with the possibility of additional and future Fine Art teaching assignments.

JCCC is located in Overland Park, KS, the second largest city in the state of Kansas and part of the greater Kansas City Metro. The Kansas City Metro is known for its museums, restaurants, and music and art scenes. JCCC is similarly dedicated to creating and maintaining a rich cultural community, with an award-winning contemporary art museum and center for the performing arts located on campus. JCCC is looking for a diverse pool of applicants for an adjunct teaching position that will support the Department of Fine Art, Photo & Film in the new Fine Arts & Design Studios at JCCC. We educate a large, diverse student body. Many of our 18,000 students are non-traditional, military veterans, immigrants, international, and first-generation college students. African-American, Asian-American, and Hispanic student populations are also growing. JCCC is committed to increasing the diversity of our college community.

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Assistant Professor of Studio Art, Fiber Arts

California State University Long Beach

Long Beach, CA

The School of Art at California State University Long Beach is seeking candidates for a tenure track position in Fiber, 3D Media. The successful candidate will serve as area head to implement the future vision of the program in Fiber Arts. This position will work closely with Wood and Metal program faculty to support BFA and MFA students within the 3D Media degree as well as a broad range of students outside of the degree. The Fiber Arts facility currently includes labs to support weaving, dying, printing, paper and bookmaking. These labs are in close proximity to all School of Art facilities to promote interdisciplinarity within a fine arts curriculum that serves a highly diverse student population. Long Beach is a diverse beach community and a dynamic port city in the greater Los Angeles metro area which is home to world class galleries, museums and other cultural institutions.  

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2022-2023 Adjunct Lecturer–Art

State University of New York (SUNY) College at Brockport

Brockport, NY

SUNY Brockport is accepting applications for anticipated part-time adjunct faculty openings in the Department of Art. Please note that positions may not be available currently but can become available at any point. The Department seeks interest from design and art educators who can teach in the following areas: Drawing, 2D Design, Printmaking, Painting, Graphic Design, Web Design.

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Art Instructor (Visual Arts)

Studio Institute, LLC

Multiple Locations/Newark, NJ

Part-time paid opportunities for the 202-23 school year in Cleveland, OH, Memphis, TN, Newark, NJ, and Greenwich and Stamford, CT

Art empowers children to explore, observe, and engage with the world around them. We believe that artists and arts communities bring a unique perspective and a special ability to nurture the creative spirit of young people. 

Studio Institute (Studio) partners with community organizations to help young people develop their creative vision and artistic skills through visual arts workshops led by professional artists.

As a Studio artist instructor, you may work with children and young people at early learning centers, schools, or libraries, fostering individual, family, and community engagement in arts learning.

You will receive paid, formal training in our methodology, and opportunities to meet and share experiences (virtually) with Studio artists working in other cities. Please note that Studio Institute artist instructors are part-time employees. Work can fluctuate based on season and artist availability.

With a background that includes over 45 years of experience providing a range of visual arts instruction partnerships, we have seen the value of the arts in enriching learning for students of all ages and contributing to the vitality of communities. Be a part of it!

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Rights & Reproductions/Image Archivist

Paula Cooper Gallery

New York, NY

The Image Archivist maintains a digital and physical image archive for Paula Cooper Gallery and its represented artists; distributes images internally and externally amongst press, clients, and artists; and fulfills all rights and reproduction requests. They will also work closely with Gallery directors, the sales associates and partner's to create sales packets for fairs, exhibitions and special projects. 

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Content Manager–Chelsea

Marianne Boesky Gallery

New York, NY

Marianne Boesky Gallery seeks a Content Manager at the gallery’s Chelsea location. The Content Manager will develop, refine, and maintain all public-facing gallery content and communications including both written and digital content. This role is full time Tuesday through Saturday, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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Publisher, Books

Theatre Communications Group

New York, NY

Theatre Communications Group, the national organization for theatre headquartered in New York City, NY, seeks a new Publisher to lead its book division. TCG Books is the largest independent trade publisher of dramatic literature in North America, with over 450 titles and 19 Pulitzer Prizes for Best Play on its book list. TCG Books believes that plays are literature, deserving the same care and attention as novels, poetry, short stories, essays, and other forms. As a publisher of new plays and emerging playwrights, TCG Book has a dual objective: to bring new literary voices to public attention and to cultivate individual relationships with its playwrights that nurture their careers.

Among the key responsibilities of this position are overseeing all artistic and business aspects of book publishing at TCG, including the process for selecting new authors and publishing projects; budgeting and sales projections; negotiating agreements for new books, overseeing the Drama Online library, through an agreement with Bloomsbury that will contain 200 titles from TCG; overseeing the production process for new books, including typographic and cover design; securing printing estimates and managing the process; making decisions about which titles to include in short run and print-on-demand program; reviewing royalty reports; acting as primary contact for all business dealings with Consortium Book Sales and Distribution; making strategic decisions around inventory management; assessing the effectiveness of marketing & advertising efforts for the book program; and, along with the CEO, overseeing American Theatre magazine. The Publisher will also play a key role in leading the strategy for a new “One Million Books Campaign” to sell or gift 1 million books in the coming 10 years

This regular, exempt full-time position starts at an annual salary in the range of $130,000 to $160,000.


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Program Assistant

Alliance for Young Artists & Writers

New York, NY

Reporting to the Manager, Program Marketing and Outreach, the Program Assistant is a valued, collaborative member of the dedicated, mission-driven team that manages national program outreach, awards selection, announcements, and event planning. Our team is currently working remotely with occasional on-site meetings in New York City.

Job Responsibilities

  • Provide quality customer service, responding to inquiries by email, phone, or video. 
  • Anticipate student, parent, and educator needs to minimize problems before they occur. 
  • Collect and document recurring customer service questions and answers.  
  • Assist program staff with data organization and administrative preparations for large scale mailings and distribution of outreach materials.  
  • Generate spreadsheets and reports. 
  • Liaise with awarded students and educators to collect key information.  
  • Assist as needed with external, public-facing virtual and in-person events, including Awards Week in New York City, June 6-10.  


  • Creative thinker with experience troubleshooting challenges in the heat of the moment 
  • Superior interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills 
  • Ability to quickly learn proprietary database and advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel 
  • Ability to work occasional evening and weekend hours 
  • Knowledge of established and emerging visual artists and writers preferred
  • Recent graduates and Scholastic Awards alumni are encouraged to apply

Salary $21.00 (Hourly)

To apply, please upload your cover letter and resume to https://artandwriting.bamboohr.com/jobs/


Teaching Artist, BookUp

National Book Foundation

New York, NY

The National Book Foundation (NBF) is seeking writers or other literary professionals who have experience working with young people to serve as Teaching Artists for BookUp, a free, after-school book club-style program for middle-school students. This 24-session program meets regularly once per week for 90-minute sessions, plus two Saturday half-day field trips. Participants select up to 12 books to read each year, engage in book club-style discussions and creative response activities, and interact with the local literary community through field trips and author visits. The program is held at partnering sites in New York City.

All programs will convene in person and will run from September 2022 through June 2023 (exact schedule TBD based on Teaching Artist availability and partner site needs). Teaching Artists report to NBF’s Education Programs Manager.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Lead up to twenty-four 90-minute after-school sessions for approximately 15 students in grades 6 through 8
  • Serve as liaison between NBF, partnering site, and other program stakeholders
  • Create and submit weekly lesson plans
  • Create and submit book order requests
  • Organize and document student work in preparation for a printed anthology
  • Participate in a planning meeting (September 2022)
  • Participate in bi-weekly check-in calls with NBF’s Education Programs Manager; maintain regular email communication
  • Assist with the coordination and facilitation of scheduled author visits, field trips, and culminating event


  • Undergraduate degree in creative writing, literature, or other related field; graduate work preferred
  • At least one published book (or book under contract) preferred
  • Previous experience working with young people required; experience with middle and/or high school students strongly preferred
  • Experience working in an after-school or out-of-school time setting strongly preferred
  • Willingness to travel to program sites located across the five boroughs
  • A patient, flexible, and collaborative spirit

This position pays a competitive per-session rate

To apply: send cover letter and resume as PDFs to [email protected] with the subject line: BookUp Teaching Artist. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled, with preference given to applications submitted before August 1st, 2022.


Resources Editor


New York, NY

Spektrix provides SaaS ticketing and CRM software to the entertainment sector. We support our clients in several ways, one of which is an online help portal called the ‘Support Centre’. This is accessible globally and holds a considerable volume of resources that help clients use the system and get the best out of Spektrix. Currently, its contents are primarily text-based articles, which we’ve begun to transform by rewriting in an ‘easy to find, simple to understand’ format. In the longer term, we want to introduce other media (e.g. video, infographics, animations etc) to create an even better user experience, offering high-quality, up-to-date information and making our Support Centre as accessible and engaging as possible.

As a Resources Editor you’ll be working in the Global User Resources Team creating and maintaining high-quality content for the Support Centre. You’ll write, edit and proofread articles as well as supporting colleagues in their production of material. In the longer term, you’ll be investigating and implementing the use of other media such as video, animations and infographics as well as helping others across the business with creating other resources. We want our Support Centre to be an outstanding resource for our clients that is their first choice for receiving support from us and contributes significantly to the overall appeal of Spektrix and this role is central to achieving that 

SALARY $50,000-$60,000 per year

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Writer & Researcher

Goodman Taft


Goodman Taft, a curatorial and art advisory firm, seeks an experienced writer for our research team.

Role & Responsibilities:

  • The candidate will be responsible for providing original content around contemporary artists, movements, artworks and exhibitions in the forms of texts and presentations. 
  • The successful applicant must be an excellent writer in both substance and writing style.
  • Qualified individuals will have demonstrated the ability to efficiently and fluidly author clear and comprehensive original text describing an artist’s practice, specific works of art, and/or genres and movements in art history. Written products will be both short form and long form.
  • This role represents an opportunity to contribute expertise to a small, dynamic team, and requires the ability to work in an extremely fast-paced environment while maintaining standards of critical writing and meeting deadlines.
  • An advanced degree in Art History, Curatorial Practice or another related subject is preferred; keen interest in contemporary art and living artists is a must; fluency in foreign languages is a plus.


This is a part-time role and may be done remotely or out of our Cambridge, MA office. Some days in the office may be useful for access to our comprehensive library of materials. There is also access to an office in NYC as needed. 


Compensation based on experience.

For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume and writing samples or links to published articles to [email protected]


Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Teaneck, NJ

The College Writing Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University invites applications for a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Rhetoric and Composition at the FDU Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck, New Jersey. FDU is a private, nonprofit Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) of higher education, with two New Jersey campuses, the Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck and the Florham Campus in Madison. The Metro Campus is home to a majority-minority student body. A number of the writing classes offered on the Metro campus each semester are offered in specialized learning communities (e.g., Hispanic Center, Honors Program). The Metropolitan Campus also has a strong career focus, as it is home to many of FDU’s business, professional, science, and health care programs.

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Programs Manager


New York, NY

Kundiman programming exists to support and nurture Asian American writers at different stages of their writing journey, and to provide education, mentorship, and community-building opportunities for writers of color. The Programs Manager is responsible for the organization, curation, and execution of programs at Kundiman, including online classes, co-sponsored readings, and the June Retreat. The Programs Manager will also support the programming of our 10 Regional Groups and other programs as needed.

The Programs Manager will be in charge of various aspects of our online classes, including helping to curate class offerings, liaising with faculty, organizing website materials, communicating with prospective students and the current class, and keeping organized records of class data. The Programs Manager will also host and/or introduce classes and readings, as needed, and attend and help prepare for the AWP conference in March. They curate our co-sponsored readings throughout the year, provide assistance to the Regional Chairs, organize applications for and work at the annual Retreat, keep programming data updated and organized, and manage other programs, such as the Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon or in-person workshops, as needed. As we are always working to improve our programs and better serve our community, the ability to measure and procure feedback from participants and then analyze and incorporate that feedback into existing programs is vital.

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Programs & Partnerships Assistant

Poets & Writers

New York, NY

The programs and partnerships assistant is an important member of the Programs & Partnership team, supporting the delivery of programs that provide professional development, financial support, and community for writers at all stages of their careers. The assistant works closely with the director of programs and partnerships and team members to support, implement, and promote various programs and initiatives that exist or that may be developed. This is a full-time position and requires flexibility to work both remotely in our New York City office, and includes a competitive salary and full benefits. 

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Development & Marketing Associate

Poets & Writers

New York, NY

The development and marketing associate will be an integral part of a small team of fundraising and marketing professionals who will support the organization's institutional fundraising efforts. The position reports to the director of development and provides a great opportunity for an aspiring development professional to be part of a highly productive, fast-moving team to gain exposure to multiple aspects of development work. This is a full-time position and requires flexibility to work both remotely and in our New York City office, and includes a competitive salary with full benefits.

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Production Editor

Poets & Writers

New York, NY

The production editor is responsible for coordinating editorial, art, and production; ensuring that each issue of the magazine is error-free, on time, and meets the highest standards of quality; and preparing select content for publication at pw.org. The production editor reports to the editor in chief. This is a full-time position and requires flexibility to work both remotely in our New York City office, and includes a competitive salary and full benefits.

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Adjunct–MFA in Creative Writing

Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA

The Drexel MFA program is looking for writers who work in different styles and genres, such as literary fiction, fantasy, humor, historical fiction, sci fi, suspense, young adult, etc. to be hired as adjunct faculty. The MFA is also looking for publishing industry professionals to teach professional development electives and courses.  The adjunct faculty member will employ a variety of strategies to foster student learning and discussions, as well as encourage active learning in all students, maintain proper course-related records, and evaluate student work and provide students with feedback as to the progress toward meeting the objectives of the course. Each adjunct faculty member is responsible for effectively teaching students in the assigned classroom or online in both synchronous and asynchronous sessions. 

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Visiting Lecturer in the Humanities/Ferris Professor of Journalism/McGraw Professor of Writing

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ

The Program in Journalism and its academic home, the Council of the Humanities, welcome proposals from journalists to teach seminars in journalism as visiting Ferris Professors of Journalism and in nonfiction as visiting McGraw Professors of Writing. Positions are available for one-semester terms: fall 2023 or spring 2024.

The Program and the Council share a vision that is both local and global, and which spans disciplines and borders. They view a strong, ethical, and representational press as essential to participatory democracy. They are committed to innovation, public engagement, diversity and inclusive excellence.

Journalists from a range of backgrounds and media are encouraged to apply. Full-time visiting professors take a formal leave from daily journalism to devote themselves to teaching. They are expected to be on campus four full days a week, on average; attend all faculty gatherings; and participate in University life. They give talks, participate in panels, advise students, and join in events.

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Associate Editor, Seen Journal

BlackStar Project

Philadelphia, PA

BlackStar is currently looking for an Associate Editor to support the editorial vision and administrative capacity of its journal Seen. We are seeking a thoughtful, creative individual with editorial and/or writing experience focused on art, film, design, or visual culture more broadly. This position is full-time and reports to Seen’s Editor-in-Chief. 


Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, contributing ideas to editorial brainstorms, coordinating with writers, image sources, and other team members to help ensure timely production of print issues, assisting with editing and commissioning, and providing administrative support. 


The ideal candidate should have a strong interest in uplifting the work of Black, Brown and Indigenous communities, in addition to being resourceful, able to think quickly and improvise, and meet deadlines. Candidates should also espouse a keen interest in justice and access. Experience in film and/or visual arts or culture writing is essential. 


Additional preferences include strong writing and interpersonal communication skills and an ability to work well independently and with a team. Candidates should have interests in BlackStar’s three key areas—filmmaking, visual arts, and media arts—as well as a demonstrated commitment to intersectional feminism and social justice. 

For more information and to apply, click here!


Research Associate

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York, NY

In this recontextualization of the collection, the Research Associate will assemble content relating to each of a series of singular landmark conservation projects ranging from the architectural significance of the site, to the preservation measures developed, and interviews with their caretakers that will be translated into digital content for the Africa galleries. The Research Associate will document current efforts by local communities to maintain these living traditions and the vernacular architecture, acknowledging the diverse challenges presented by the maintenance and conservation of distinct cultural landscapes. The hire will work closely with the curatorial team of the MCR Wing, the Design and Digital departments at the Met and the WMF’s staff, collaborating with the Programs and Communications departments to develop this new content.

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Associate Editor, Zeitgeist (Nonfiction)

Penguin Random House

New York, NY

Penguin Random House is seeking an Associate Editor to join an innovative team focused on demand-based, data-driven original titles across a variety of nonfiction genres. This role has opportunity for career growth and will provide general editorial support to the editorial team, manage multiple titles and find and sign author candidates for nonfiction titles across various categories.

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Publicity Assistant, Putnam

Penguin Random House

New York, NY

The Putnam imprint at Penguin Random House is seeking a Publicity Assistant to support two Assistant Directors of Publicity. This role is tasked with organizing the logistics for publicity campaigns and performing general administrative duties. The Publicity Assistant will work with a wide array of adult fiction and nonfiction authors, including Kiley Reid, Robert Jones, Jr., John Sandford, Eve Rodsky, Jill Santopolo, Jeffrey Deaver, and many others and is the ideal position for someone who is interested in learning how to manage publicity for high profile authors.


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Research Internship

Contemporary Art Partners

New York, NY

The ideal candidate should have a strong interest in, and some prior knowledge of post-war and contemporary art, and the art market. Strong written and oral communication skills along with a keen attention to detail is essential as is the ability to prioritize and manage time effectively in a fast-paced environment. Experience with Microsoft Excel is a plus. Must be available to work 16 hours/week, with a minimum commitment of three months expected. 

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Fall Internship

Whitney Museum of American Art

New York, NY

The Whitney’s paid Academic Year Fall Internship program offers a semester-long internship for undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in an accredited academic program. For Fall 2022, interns will commit from 16 to 21 hours per week for 10 to 12 weeks for a total of 200 hours. The decision as to whether or not the internship will be virtual or hybrid has not been determined.

For more information and to apply, click here!


Gallery Intern

Yancey Richardson Gallery

New York, NY

Our summer internship will provide the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and in-depth knowledge of the daily workings of a contemporary gallery. The gallery intern will work directly under the supervision and mentorship of the Associate Director, alongside the Sales Director, Sales Assistant, and operations team. The intern can develop skills across general office/administrative duties, database entry, contemporary art market research, as well as in exhibition and art fair coordinating.

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Kerlin Education Intern

Wave Hill

Bronx, NY

The Kerlin Internship provides emerging professionals with in-depth training and experience as educators in an outdoor, non-traditional setting. The intern works collaboratively with education staff to plan and deliver hands-on programs that inspire students to make curricular connections through active engagement with the natural world. With training in Wave Hill curriculum and inquiry-based teaching methods, the Kerlin Intern will progress from co-teaching programs alongside an educator to leading programs independently.

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Shin Gallery

New York, NY

Shin Gallery is looking for a responsible and engaged individual who is eager to learn in a fast-paced environment. A successful candidate will possess multitasking capabilities and creative problem-solving skills. He or she will be provided mentorship by a small gallery team and take initiative under the supervision of a Shin Gallery employee. He or she should be knowledgeable and passionate about the contemporary art world and possess an ambitious, organized and resourceful work ethic. 

The candidate will take part in various aspects of the gallery's daily operations, including curation, research, writing, sales, social media management, and design. Other responsibilities will include general gallery maintenance, front desk duties, data entry, art handling, research projects as well as opportunities in sales, curation, and marketing. Interns will gain valuable experience in assisting with client and artist relations and planning for exhibitions, events, and art fairs. Familiarity with Adobe PS/AI/ID is a plus.

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Stipend Internship

Field Projects

New York, NY

Field Projects is currently seeking an intern to assist with gallery operations, exhibition installation, and the gallery’s social media. Beside the gallery we also run a residency and a podcast, you would be welcome to help us with. 

Internship starts on Aug 20th.

This is a part-time internship, 3 days per week: Thu-Sat, 12-6. As a small exhibition space we are looking for a candidate who is self-motivated, organized and professional. This position includes gallery sitting (12-6), helping out with installation, openings, events, and miscellaneous tasks. Between exhibitions, interns may be asked to work from home on social media projects. Artists interested in gallery work are welcome to apply.

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Artists' Resource Center