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FutureMakers seeks Maker Educator: Lead Coach

FutureMakers is seeking Lead Coaches – youth development experts with experience as a designers, tinkerers, artists, technologists, or makers. FutureMakers coaches use their passions and expertise to design and build original workshops for diverse and varying communities, facilitating innovative, safe and active maker spaces for young people.

Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance seeks Development Coordinator

Under the direction of AEMS Executive Director, the Development Coordinator implements and develops fundraising strategies to increase donations and grants to the organization.

AEMS Vision: All Maryland public school students have equitable access to arts education so that they can learn and achieve in and through dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts.

The Baltimore Museum of Art seeks Art Packer

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) seeks an experienced Art Packer to assure the safe shipment, handling, packing, storage and installation of artwork both within and outside of the museum.

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Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

MICA seeks Community Art Collaborative (CAC) AmeriCorps member

Job Title: Community Art Collaborative (CAC) AmeriCorps member

Number of Openings: 12
Work Schedule: Full-time, five days a week
Hours per week: 35-40
Salary Type: Stipend
Wage/Salary: $13,732 for the year, with additional benefits
Employment Start Date: August 27, 2018

Job Description

Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) Seeks Director of Career Development

Position Summary: Provides MICA with the vision and leadership for a comprehensive professional development program, serving undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni. Applications received by March 11, 2018 are best assured of receiving full consideration.

General Purpose: In conjunction with the Associate Dean for Student Integrated Learning establishes the overall vision for professional development at MICA, in addition to providing direct service to students and alumni.

Major Role Functions:

  • Provides leadership and strategic vision for the nationally recognized Joseph Meyerhoff Center for Career Development, managing a highly collaborative team of six staff members. Serves as the primary advocate for the priorities of the center with constituents.
  • Partners with senior staff, faculty members, alumni and parents as well as other constituencies regarding the importance of professional development experiences for artists, designers and educators.
  • Navigates with faculty partners the complexity of professional development needs within forty distinct majors, programs and concentrations.
  • Serves as a vital educator on and off the MICA campus.

AAAPI seeks Curatorial Summer Internship

The Arts of Africa, the Americas, Asia, and the Pacific Islands (AAAPI) Department is seeking a Summer Intern to assist with departmental projects. This position is largely research-focused. The Intern will work on the BMA's digital database, The Museum System (TMS), to catalog artworks, update object records, and enter notes from scholarly consultant reports. They will have the chance to develop their connoisseurship of non-western art and work hands-on with a one of the country's best collections of African art.

Applicant Requirements

Maryland Humanities Seeks Literary Walking Tour Docents

Do you have a passion for literature, history, and architecture? Able to lead a group for a 90-minute walk around the beautiful, historic Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore? Then you might be just the person we’re looking for! We’re currently accepting applications for the next class of docents to lead our Literary Walking Tour! Applications are due by March 1, 2018.

Learn more about the Literary Mt. Vernon Walking Tour here: https://www.mdhumanities.org/programs/literary-walking-tour/

The Museum Trustee Association seeks Web Communications Coordinator

Position Available: January 2, 2018

The Museum Trustee Association (MTA) is the only organization dedicated to providing ongoing board education programs, services and resources for museum trustees. MTA is hiring a part-time (Hourly, 15 hours/week) Web Communications Coordinator. This position leads all web-based projects of the Museum Trustee Association.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Museum Trustee Association seeks Manager Of Member Services And Administration

The Museum Trustee Association (MTA) is the only organization dedicated to providing ongoing board education programs, services and resources for museum trustees. MTA is hiring a full-time (Exempt) Manager of Member Services and Administration. In addition to scheduling, office maintenance, and interfacing with Association members and the board, this position is responsible for the planning and execution of Association events including semi-annual forums, workshops, and weekend donor events in conjunction with the President.

Duties and Responsibilities

Hopkins Symphony Orchestra seeks Assistant Conductor and Concert Orchestra Conductor

Overview: Hopkins Symphony Orchestra is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Conductor and Concert Orchestra Conductor. Hopkins Symphony Orchestra is a program of Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Arts Programs and is the only community orchestra in Baltimore City. Orchestra musicians are Johns Hopkins students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members.

Baltimore Museum of Industry seeks Museum Educator

Job type: Part Time

Compensation: $12/hour

Description: Museum Educators lead interactive tours of museum exhibits and hands-on activities for school field trips, adult and senior tours, and scout programs and birthday parties. Programs range in duration from 60 to 90 minutes, with multiple programs occurring on any given day. Additional responsibilities include set-up, clean-up, and preparation of education materials. Hours vary depending on the needs of the groups scheduled and availability. This position is primarily scheduled on weekdays.

Single Carrot Theatre seeks Development Director

Single Carrot Theatre seeks an enthusiastic and charismatic Development Director to oversee the theatre’s annual fundraising goal of approximately $350,000 for its theatrical, education, and community programming, with an intent to increase revenue goals in future years. Funding sources will include individual donors, local and national foundations, and corporations.

Single Carrot Theatre seeks Lead Teaching Artist

Single Carrot Theatre (SCT) is committed to creating enthusiastic 21st-century learners through ensemble-building, collaboration, and theatrical performance. SCT will be working with Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School to implement a new in-school theatre program culminating in three theatrical productions with different age groups toward the end of the school year. SCT is looking for a part-time Lead Teaching Artist (10-15 hours/week) to spearhead this program.

Single Carrot Theatre seeks Assistant Teaching Artists

Single Carrot Theatre (SCT) is committed to creating enthusiastic 21st-century learners through ensemble-building, collaboration, and theatrical performance. SCT Teaching Artists hold students to a high standard of excellence and create a classroom culture of high expectations.

Single Carrot Theatre seeks Technical Assistants

Single Carrot Theatre (SCT) is seeking technical assistants to support the Technical Director in planning and execution of show designs, space set up for rentals, and other support as needed. This position is an independent contractor position on an as needed basis, averaging 5-20 hours a week, depending on SCT’s production calendar and needs.

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