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Port Discovery Children's Museum is Seeking BOX OFFICE ASSOCIATES

Port Discovery Children's Museum provides experiences that ignite imagination, inspire learning, and nurture growth through play. We are currently looking for talented, friendly and outgoing Box Office Associates.

Currently, the museum is open on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, plus some holidays. Work schedules are:

Art Installer / Art Handler

Kramer Installation, Inc, has provided fine art services to interior designers, private collectors, art consultants and commercial clientele or over 20 years. Based out of the Baltimore area, we are looking for a detail oriented person as an Art Installer for our growing business. This position’s primary responsibility would be residential installations as well as packing and transporting fine art. Part Time and Full time positions available.

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SummerREADS Associate

Reports to: SummerREADS Program Manager

Classification: Part-Time Exempt

Job Summary

The SummerREADS Associate will assist the SummerREADS Program Manager with daily operations and implementation of the SummerREADS program to ensure that all children have access to unique, relevant, challenging, and fun learning experiences.

About SummerREADS

Publications Marketing Internship

Duration of Internship: June–August 2021

The Publications Marketing Intern will support the Maryland Center for History and Culture’s book publishing efforts within the Publications Department. The intern will gain experience working in a collaborative, nonprofit setting and assisting with specific activities related to book marketing and sales at MCHC— the oldest continuously operating cultural institution in Maryland. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this internship is currently a virtual opportunity.

Maryland Humanities seeks Program Assistant for Grants & Community Engagement

The Program Assistant for Grants and Community Engagement reports to the Director of Grants & Community Engagement and works in collaboration with the Grants Committee to provide program and general administrative support. The position assists the Director in developing and sustaining relationships with organizations around the state via the Regional Humanities Networks. The Program Assistant works as a thought partner in shaping the Grants program and Regional Humanities Networks with the Program Officer for Grants and Community Engagement.

A more complete description of all duties is posted on the Maryland Humanities website at https://www.mdhumanities.org/about-us/jobs-internships/program-assistant...

Mid Atlantic Arts Seeks Development Associate

Mid Atlantic Arts is seeking a full-time Development Associate to initiate and execute a
development program that secures significant financial resources from government,
foundations, corporations, and individuals to support Mid Atlantic Art’s mission.
The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to manage multiple tasks, timelines, and goal-
oriented campaigns while interacting with funders, donors, staff, and board. They will be
committed to getting results in a fast-paced environment and will be able to handle a heavy

DIRECTOR – EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Mission Statement

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum is committed to interpreting the history and culture of African Americans who contributed to the rich history of Maryland. Through its collections, programming, and advocacy, the museum engages and educates our shared communities.

BACKGROUND

DIRECTOR OF INTERPRETATION, COLLECTIONS AND EDUCATION (ICE)

Mission Statement

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum is committed to interpreting the history and culture of African Americans who contributed to the rich history of Maryland. Through its collections, programming, and advocacy, the museum engages and educates our shared communities.

BACKGROUND

DIRECTOR OF INTERPRETATION, COLLECTIONS AND EDUCATION (ICE)

Mission Statement

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum is committed to interpreting the history and culture of African Americans who contributed to the rich history of Maryland. Through its collections, programming, and advocacy, the museum engages and educates our shared communities.

BACKGROUND

Director of Development

Mission Statement

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum is committed to interpreting the history and culture of African Americans who contributed to the rich history of Maryland. Through its collections, programming, and advocacy, the museum engages and educates our shared communities.

BACKGROUND

Custom Picture Framer

Seeking experienced picture framers

Us: We are a well-established and fast paced-picture frame shop catering to high-end galleries, designers, collectors, and fine artists.

You: Framing experience aside, you identify as self-motivated and skillful, with a rock solid work ethic and a critical eye for detail. You have a deep respect for artwork and know how to handle it with the utmost care.

Position responsibilities include:

Mat cutting and mounting of artwork

Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Seeks Development and Membership Manager

GBCA creates equity and opportunity In, Through, and For arts and culture in Greater Baltimore. It is an independent, IRS designated 501 (c)(3) membership and service organization that nurtures and promotes a vibrant, diverse, and sustainable arts and culture community essential to the region’s economic success and quality of life. GBCA is committed to fairness in hiring and embraces the contributions of staff from all backgrounds.

Bloomberg Arts Internship seeks Writing Coaches!

Background

In 2012, Bloomberg Philanthropies created the Bloomberg Arts Internship program in New York City as a pipeline for public school students to college and careers in the arts. The program’s success led the foundation to expand its reach, first to students in Philadelphia, then in Baltimore City, and now in Boston.

Bloomberg Arts Internship seeks College Mentors!

Background

In 2012, Bloomberg Philanthropies created the Bloomberg Arts Internship program in New York City as a pipeline for public school students to college and careers in the arts. The program’s success led the foundation to expand its reach, first to students in Philadelphia, then in Baltimore City, and now in Boston.

Program Director - Summer Arts and Learning Academy

The mission of the Young Audiences Arts & Learning Academies is to provide students with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend the summer learning from the best teachers and teaching artists our state has to offer. Through a dynamic, creative, and supportive environment, students will explore math and literacy in a unique arts-integrated environment that allows them to develop academically socially and emotionally, expands their personal creative process, and introduces them to many different art forms taught by professional artists.

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As a member of GBCA, you will not only gain access to wonderful benefits, but you will also become an active participant in a broader cultural community. Your organization and employees will directly benefit from opportunities to collaborate, connect, learn, network and share with your colleagues in the cultural community. Join our growing constituency of over 300 individual artists and organizations representing the region's extraordinary range of arts, culture, history, heritage, humanities, and attractions.

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