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Joe's Movement Emporium Seeks Financial Manager

Financial Manager

Joe’s Movement Emporium/World Arts Focus seeks a Financial Manager to lead the organization’s financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, reporting and analysis, as well as financial management of earned revenue, grant contracts and strategic initiatives.

BYA Seeking Digital Design Facilitator

Please apply by 10/28/16

Position is temporary, 2hrs/week for 10 weeks @ $20/hour.

Class may be extended based on youth feedback and program budget.

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Maryland Department of Commerce Seeks Program Director

The Maryland Department of Commerce is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Program Director for Community Arts Development, Arts & Entertainment Districts and Individual Artist Awards Program within its Division of Tourism, Film and the Arts, Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC).

BYA Seeks Facilitators for Winter and Spring Sessions

BYA is currently hiring for Winter, and Spring quarters. We are seeking facilitators for visual, writing, and performance classes at one or more of our four teaching sites (the Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center, The BYA Community Studio, Thomas JS Waxter Children's Center, and the Lillian S. Jones Recreation Center). We are interested in building our community of artists to expand program offerings and engage youth with varied interests.

CCBC seeks Visual Arts Coordinator

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor's degree and two years' experience working in academia, or a community education setting. Master's degree preferred.

Ability to design, develop and implement community education programs, and manage execution in multiple locations. Ability to accurately forecast and track unit revenue and expenses. Experience in program budget management, and skilled at managing program expenses efficiently. Knowledge and experience with educational programs in a community or educational setting, preferably in the visual arts.

The Peale Center seeks Executive Director

The Peale Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation dedicated to re-opening Baltimore's Peale Museum as a history and architecture center and as a public venue for exhibitions and events, seeks a director to spearhead fundraising and strategy.

Concepts By Cash is Seeking Experience Visual Arts Instructors

Concepts By Cash, Arts Management Division is currently looking for experienced art teachers in the disciplines of visual arts to work with elementary school age students in after schools programs in Baltimore City. Teachers should have a minimum of 3 years experience working with this age group and have great classroom management skills and a variety of projects in different mediums. Classes are held four days a week and will first of October, and salary is highly competitive.

DEADLINE: September 14, 2016 or until all positions are filled.

SNAE Seeks Artists for Station North Mini Golf

Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc. is now accepting qualifications from artists, designers, and other creative community members to be a paid member of a Station North Mini Golf Design/Build Team.

BNIA-JFI Seeks Graphic Designer or Design Firm for a Baltimore Project

DEADLINE: 5:00 P.M. EDT, August 29, 2016

Are you a graphic designer who has created distinctive logos?

Are you a graphic designer who has developed smart, intuitive UX interfaces?

Are you a graphic designer who wants to put your signature on the City of Baltimore?

If you've answered "YES" to all three questions, we would like to meet you!

Hunt Valley Symphony Orchestra auditions

The Hunt Valley Symphony Orchestra is a non-profit 501c3 organization that was created in 2013 with the vision of creating a professional level, non-profit community orchestra & chorale in the greater Hunt Valley, Towson, & Timonium areas. We are currently seeking new members, especially string players, for our exciting 2016-2017 season. Auditions are open to anyone age 16 and up, and will be held August 14th and 15th at Mercy High School in Baltimore, MD.

MICA Seeks Assistant Director for Entrepreneurship (Entrepreneurship Evangelist), Career Development

General purpose: The Assistant Director for Entrepreneurship infuses entrepreneurship and business skills as integral elements of education at MICA through programming, training, internal and external partnership building and resources development. A major vehicle that this position oversees is the annual UP/Start Venture Competition that includes the Pop Up & Pitch Day. The position has a formal nickname of Entrepreneurship Evangelist, which can be used on a business card.

MICA Seeks Assistant Director of Fine Arts

Position summary: Develops and cultivates internal and external resources to support the career development process for MICA undergraduate and graduate Fine Arts and Liberal Arts majors as well as alumni.

The Franklin Institute seeks Camp Specialists/Teachers

The Franklin Institute (located in Philadelphia, PA), partnering with Education, Sports and Fun (ESF) Summer Camps, is seeking dedicated and energetic teachers to lead our pre-K through 7th grade summer camp classes. ESF Camps are award-willing, filled with the perfect blend of education, sports, and fun, and provide a safe and supportive environment where new experiences can be tried and individual achievement is encouraged.

BYA Seeking Summer Design Studio Coordinator

Baltimore Youth Arts (BYA) is an artist-educator run, after school program that provides arts and job readiness programming to youth, with a focus on those involved in the juvenile justice system. Our mission is to assist young people in gaining the creative, personal, and educational skills that will enable them to become leaders in their communities. BYA uses the arts to engage youth with the goal of building long-lasting, mentoring relationships. We believe that the arts are a path towards social, emotional, and educational development.

30 hours/week

$22/hour

BYA Seeking Summer Visuals Studio Coordinator

Baltimore Youth Arts (BYA) is an artist-educator run, after school program that provides arts and job readiness programming to youth, with a focus on those involved in the juvenile justice system. Our mission is to assist young people in gaining the creative, personal, and educational skills that will enable them to become leaders in their communities. BYA uses the arts to engage youth with the goal of building long-lasting, mentoring relationships. We believe that the arts are a path towards social, emotional, and educational development.

30 hours/week

$22/hour

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Seeks Program Officer

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation seeks a Program Officer, Performing Arts who will foster the Foundation’s work in the creation and implementation of exemplary programs in the performing arts. The Program Officer, Performing Arts reports to the Deputy Director, Programs.

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