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Baltimore Museum of Art Seeks Board Liaison

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) is seeking a highly-motivated Board Liaison to play an important role in their fast-paced Development Division. The Board Liaison is responsible for coordinating all activities and communications associated with the Board of Trustees. The position works with the Development Division, Director’s Office, Chair of the Board, Board Committee Chairs, and Staff throughout the Museum to ensure the smooth functioning of these activities.

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.

Print/Graphic Designer

The BMA is seeking a Print/Digital Designer to create compelling, branded design solutions for digital, print, environmental signage, and social media to support communication needs of the BMA.

The Print/Digital Designer’s creative output embodies and strengthens the BMA brand, accommodates ADA accessibility standards, and reflects strategic trends and best practices in the design industry.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

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.

Creative Alliance seeks Community Arts Manager

The Creative Alliance seeks a Community Arts Manager to manage and develop new community-based programs that serve and strengthen the communities of Southeast Baltimore, including new and older generations of immigrants, refugees and longstanding residents. The Community Arts Manager is responsible for managing signature events and large family festivals, including Great Halloween Lantern Parade that reaches 10,000-12,000 people of all ages, and World Refugee Day, and Maryland Traditions Folklife Festival.

Queen Anne’s County Arts Council (QACAC) seeks Executive Director

Executive Director, Queen Anne’s County Arts Council (QACAC)

Reporting to the Board of Directors the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and

operational responsibility for the QACAC’s Centre for the Arts. The ED is responsible to expand

local revenue generating and fundraising activities; support and expand programs and

operations; maintain and expand web and media presence; and maintain and build

partnerships with local government and businesses.

The ideal ED candidate will:

Baltimore School for the Arts seeks Music Program Manager

The Baltimore School for the Arts seeks a highly motivated Program Manager to provide computer and organizational assistance to the Music Department. The successful candidate will have excellent computer skills, good time management, and work well with a wide variety of people. The Program manager is responsible for purchasing, record-keeping, scheduling, and many other daily operational duties. This person assists the Music Deparment head in organizing the instructional and performance programs in the school. The Program manager will also assist in performance productions.

Station North Arts and Entertainment, Inc. seeks Interim Director

Position Description:
We seek an entrepreneurial, organized, energetic, and motivated leader to continue and build on SNAE’s momentum and recent success, and to support the organization’s operations and projects during the transition period. SNAE is a highly collaborative nonprofit, working across organizations and disciplines to accomplish its goals.

Maryland Department of Commerce seeks Database and Grants Manager


SALARY RANGE: $41,358 – $65,827

The Maryland Department of Commerce is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Database and Grants Manager (Agency Grants Specialist II) within its Division of Tourism, Film and the Arts, Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC). The primary responsibilities of this position will be to manage database systems and reporting functions for MSAC grant programs. The incumbent will also supervise a Management Associate. The position is responsible for all database management and related reporting activities for 800+ grantees annually. These activities include: supervising the planning, development and implementation of the electronic grants management system including: database, custom Web-based electronic grant application system, and custom Web interfaces to specialized Arts Council databases; testing of e- applications; compiling statistical and budgetary data; maintaining an automated tracking system for all grants from inception to close; coordinating the preparation of grant packages; reviewing, analyzing, reconciling and monitoring grant agreement invoices; and initiating and monitoring the grant payment process.

Single Carrot Theatre Seeks Actors of Indian Descent for Season 10!

The Show:

SCT is thrilled to be producing Samsara as part of its 10th season. Written by Lauren Yee, this story of an American couple's journey through surrogacy is set in California and Ahmedabad, India. It is a fun, funny, and poignant look at the lengths people will go for what they want and the unexpected ways they may be changed. The show will rehearse from mid-November 2016 to mid-January 2017. The show will run for approximately one month, from mid-January to mid-February.

The Characters:

Concepts By Cash is Seeking A Theater Arts Instructor

Concepts By Cash, is seeking a theater arts teacher to work with elementary school age students in an after school program in East Baltimore. We are currently looking for a teacher with a minimum of 3 years experience teaching this age group and have excellent classroom managment skills. Teacher will work 2-4 days per week, and after some delays, the program will begin Monday April 4, 2016 right after Spring Break.

Concepts By Cash offers excellent compensation for excellent teachers.

DEADLINE: Until Position is Filled

Maryland Art Place seeks Registry Coordinator and Program Assistant

Maryland Art Place: Job Description

Title: Registry Coordinator and Program Assistant


Part-time, hourly, exempt position; occasional evening hours

The Registry Coordinator and Program Assistant is responsible for: administering, coordinating and implementing the Maryland State Arts Council Maryland Artists Registry. In addition, this position assists the Director and MAP’s Program Advisory Committee on all program initiatives.

Single Carrot Theatre is looking for Designers for Season 10!

Interested in designing for SCT? Come to a Portfolio review!

What is a portfolio review? An opportunity for designers to meet and share your portfolio with the production department and directors for SCT's next season.


Sunday, April 10, 1pm-5pm

Monday, April 11, 7pm-10pm

Saturday, April 16, 12pm-5pm

Single Carrot Theatre Announces Season 10 Open Call Auditions!


Sunday, April 10, 1pm-5pm

Monday, April 11, 7pm-10pm

Saturday, April 16, 12pm-5pm

Auditionees may sign up for a 5 minute slot. Interested parties should email Producing Director Kellie Mecleary for an audition slot at [email protected]. Please indicate your availability for all of the audition dates. SCT's 10th Season will run from August 2016 thru July 2017. Show dates are still being established; please direct any questions or concerns to Kellie.

The Baltimore School for the Arts seeks The Visual Arts Department Head

The Baltimore School for the Arts seeks an exceptional visual arts professional to lead its pre-professional training program as the Visual Arts Educational Associate 10 month (Department Head).

The Visual Arts Department Head is the artistic director and educational leader of BSA’s visual arts program and has primary responsibility for envisioning and implementing the visual arts curriculum.


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