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The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) seeks a Chief Education Officer

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) seeks to fill the position of Chief Education Officer to provide vision and strategic direction for the Public Engagement, Interpretation, Public Programs and Learning Communities departments of the museum. The ideal candidate will develop imaginative and innovative approaches to reach and engage audiences through education programming that communicates the relationship between the Museum’s mission, vision and programs and the community.

Merritt Gallery & Renaissance Fine Arts seeks an Art Handler/Driver/Installer

Merritt Gallery & Renaissance Fine Arts are seeking an Art Handler/Driver/Installer for our Baltimore gallery.

Art Handler/Driver/Installer is responsible for the proper handling, loading, unloading, wrapping, and transport of artwork in our fast-paced art gallery. Other responsibilities include assisting in hanging the gallery, handling & installing artwork on in-home/office appointments, preparing artwork for inter gallery transfers.

Creative Alliance seeks a Finance & Administrative Assistant

Job Title: Finance & Administration Assistant

Classification: Full-time, Exempt

Reports to: Director of Finance & Administration

Date Revised: January 2024

Salary Range: $47,000-$55,000

Principal Responsibilities:

Accounting - 80%

Process EFT deposits through Square, Etsy and Patron Manager and enter into QuickBooks daily

Process accounts receivable, including invoicing, collections, and deposits weekly

901 Arts seeks a Program Manager

901 Arts Program Manager Job Opening

Position: Program Manager

Reports To: Director

Status: Full Time Salaried; 40 hours per week, in person position

Dates: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled

Location: 901 Arts, 901 Montpelier Street, Baltimore, MD 21218

Salary Range: $41,500-$45,000/annual (paid bi-weekly). Starting salary based on relevant experience and work history

Join the Team that Facilitates Creativity and Care at 901 Arts!

Who we are:

Bmore Broadway Live by Dance & Bmore is seeking a Stage Manager

Bmore Broadway Live by Dance & Bmore is hiring a Stage Manager for 2024 productions.

Description:

The Stage Manager will facilitate communication between the director, creative team, cast, and crew. The Stage Manager will maintain a copy of the script with notes about all blocking and technical cues. The Stage Manager will supervise the pre-show routine and call all technical cues during the show. The Stage Manager will serve as representative of the creative team after the show has opened to maintain the show’s consistency and quality.

Bmore Broadway Live CASTING African-American Female Leads

Seeking talented African-American female actors with strong singing and movement abilities for lead roles in the upcoming workshop produced by Bmore Broadway Live, working title "Pioneers of Black Broadway." The workshop focuses on characters such as Anita Bush, Regina Anderson, and the Hyers Sisters, who were influential theater directors during the Harlem Renaissance.

Prepare:

Baltimore Rock Opera Society seeks Stage Manager Fellow for Why Not To Build A Computer That Loves

Why Not to Build a Computer That Loves is a sci-fi odyssey tragicomedy following a love-sick robot as they learn the true meaning of life... and accidentally destroy the universe along the way. Baltimore Rock Opera seeks multiple production positions for the show, including Stage Manager Fellow.

Production will begin Late January/Early February and the show will run Late May to Early June.

Baltimore Rock Opera Society seeks Designer/Production Team Members for Why Not To Build A Computer That Loves

Why Not to Build a Computer That Loves is a sci-fi odyssey tragicomedy following a love-sick robot as they learn the true meaning of life... and accidentally destroy the universe along the way. Baltimore Rock Opera seeks multiple production positions for the show.

Production will begin Late January/Early February and the show will run Late May to Early June.

Detailed descriptions can be found at http://www.baltimorerockopera.org/open-calls

Open Positions Include:

Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks Communications and Social Media Intern

The Communications and Social Media Intern will support the Maryland Center for History and Culture’s social media outreach efforts, and other related communications tasks, within the Communications and Marketing Department. The intern will gain experience working in a nonprofit setting and sustaining a social media audience to support the Museum, Library, education programs, and public events at MCHC— the oldest continuously operating cultural institution in Maryland.

Responsibilities

Chesapeake Arts Center seeks a Guest Services Assistant

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The Guest Services Assistant is the first point of contact for Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) via phone or in person in the evening. As the ‘face’ of our organization, the successful candidate will be presentable and friendly, with outstanding customer service skills, showing a high attention to detail and follow through, initiative, and problem solving abilities.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks a Communications and Social Media Intern

Communications and Social Media Internship

The Communications and Social Media Intern will support the Maryland Center for History and Culture’s social media outreach efforts, and other related communications tasks, within the Communications and Marketing Department. The intern will gain experience working in a nonprofit setting and sustaining a social media audience to support the Museum, Library, education programs, and public events at MCHC— the oldest continuously operating cultural institution in Maryland.

Arts for Learning Maryland seeks a Professional Development Coordinator

Professional Development Coordinator, Education Department

About Us

Arts for Learning Maryland (formerly Young Audiences of Maryland) is devoted to enriching the lives and education of Maryland’s youth through educational and culturally diverse arts programs. Through Arts for Learning, professional teaching artists from all disciplines partner with educators, schools, and school districts to provide -- on average -- over 300,000 hours of learning in, through, and about the arts to more than 185,000 Maryland students annually.

The Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks a Visitor Services Associate

Position Description

The Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks an enthusiastic Visitor Services Associate to join a knowledgeable and dedicated Visitor Experience team. The ideal candidate for this position would be a friendly, energetic individual who enjoys interacting with visitors, staff, trustees, volunteers and members, connecting people with the organization and its resources.

Arts for Learning Maryland seeks a Site Coordinator (Goodnow)

Site Coordinator, Goodnow

About Us

Arts for Learning Maryland (formerly Young Audiences of Maryland) is devoted to enriching the lives and education of Maryland’s youth through educational and culturally diverse arts programs. Through Arts for Learning, professional teaching artists from all disciplines partner with educators, schools, and school districts to provide -- on average -- over 300,000 hours of learning in, through, and about the arts to more than 185,000 Maryland students annually.

Arts For Learning Maryland seeks an After School Arts For Learning Academies (ASALA) Coordinator

After School Arts For Learning Academies (ASALA) Coordinator

About Us

Arts for Learning Maryland (formerly Young Audiences of Maryland) is devoted to enriching the lives and education of Maryland’s youth through educational and culturally diverse arts programs. Through Arts for Learning, professional teaching artists from all disciplines partner with educators, schools, and school districts to provide -- on average -- over 300,000 hours of learning in, through, and about the arts to more than 185,000 Maryland students annually.

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