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Summer Internship Opportunity with Maryland Art Place (MAP)

Maryland Art Place is seeking Summer Interns!

Interns are responsible for assisting MAP in a variety of ways, ranging from programming to administration, with opportunities for special projects depending on skills and professional interest. Intern duties include: performing research; assisting with gallery preparation and installation; photo/video documentation, coordinating events, gallery sitting, social media, and community outreach.

Required: High interest. Positive attitude. Professional demeanor. Reliability.

Stage Design and Production Leader

Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) seeks an exceptional theatre production professional to teach in and lead its pre –professional Stage Design and Production (SD&P) Program. This is a full-time, secondary teacher position employed 10 months per year by Baltimore City Public Schools with an excellent benefits package (family health insurance and pension plan).

Principal Acting Teacher

The Baltimore School for the Arts, located in the historic Mt. Vernon district of Baltimore, offers pre-professional training in vocal and instrumental music, dance, theatre, film, and the visual arts in combination with a rigorous college-preparatory academic program to 425 students in grades nine through twelve. Students are selected through competitive auditions in the arts and study with a faculty of professional artists who live and work in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area.

Shriver Hall Concert Series seeks House Manager

General Job Description: Reporting to the Executive Director, the House Manager oversees audience experiences for all Subscription Series concerts. Supervising the usher corps, the House Manager is responsible for the smooth and professional operation of all public areas of Shriver Hall ensuring the safety and comfort of all patrons before, during, and immediately after each Subscription Series concert.

Maryland Statewide Arts Education Advocacy Organization Seeks Executive Director

AEMS: Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance - Executive Director

Applications accepted until April 15, 2019

AEMS Mission:

TO CREATE EQUITABLE ACCESS TO HIGH-QUALITY, SYSTEMIC ARTS EDUCATION SO THAT ALL MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS CAN LEARN IN AND ACHIEVE THROUGH DANCE, MEDIA ARTS, MUSIC, THEATRE AND VISUAL ARTS.

Its Goals Are To:

Baltimore Jewelry Center Studio Manager

At the Baltimore Jewelry Center, we’re building a vibrant creative community for new and established metal and jewelry artists. As an educational 501(c)(3) nonprofit, we’re on a mission to educate and inspire Baltimore and beyond through our programming, exhibitions, and community & educational outreach.

The Maryland Historical Society Seeks Digital Collections and Metadata Librarian

The Maryland Historical Society seeks a full-time Digital Collections and Metadata Librarian. The position is responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation, and assessment of metadata infrastructure, policies, and procedures to support discovery, access, management, and preservation of the Library collections. They will play a key role as the administrative owner of the Library’s and Museum’s digital asset management and preservation system.

Gallery Relief Officer - Part Time

The Walters Art Museum has an immediate part time opening for a Part Time Relief Gallery Officer to work from Wednesday thru Sunday from 11:00am to 3:30pm in the Security Department. The incumbent will have responsibility for providing security for the Museum’s collection and Special Exhibitions by patrolling the galleries as assigned. Reporting to the Dayshift Gallery Supervisor, the individual will have the following responsibilities:

Gallery Security Officer

The Walters Art Museum has an immediate opening in our Security Department for a Gallery Officer on the dayshift; core work schedule is 9:15am to 5:15pm, Wednesday through Sunday. The individual will have responsibility for preparing the galleries for daily operation, monitoring activities in the Museum and implementing museum procedures as needed.

Responsibilities:

Digital Imaging Specialist

Reporting to the Head of Imaging and Intellectual Property, the Digital Imaging Specialist supports the creation of digital assets using multiple strategies and driven by institutional strategic priorities. The Digital Imaging Specialist operates the mobile photography setup, photographing all gallery installations, rotations, focus shows and special exhibitions.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Book and Paper Digitization

Art Handler/Preparator

Responsibilities:

General Art Movement

  • Responsible for object movement and retrieval for all areas of the museum including off site
  • Responsible for installation/de-installation of collection & loans in galleries
  • Assist with loading and unloading of crates to & from delivery trucks
  • Works with registrars to retrieve frames from offsite storage

General Gallery Maintenance

Director of Finance

The Director of Finance plays a critical role in the 21st-century museum environment. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer the Director of Finance supports: support the museum’s strategic planning goals and initiatives; by leading and managing all day-to-day finance operations; and ensure. S/he ensures compliance and integration of best practices in the areas of: finance and accounting systems; policies and procedures; and financial data analysis and forecasting. The Director of Finance supervises two staff: an Accountant and a Revenue & Budget Administrator.

Baltimore Center Stage Internship/Fellowship Program

Baltimore Center Stage, a LORT B & C theater in Baltimore, Maryland is seeking administrative, artistic and production interns for 2019-20 season. Internships offer a weekly stipend, housing is provided (a studio apartment), 2 blocks from theater. The internship is for the full season, generally running from mid-August 2019 to mid-May 2020. For a list and descriptions of all internships available, go to https://www.centerstage.org/about/opportunities/internships

Jubilee Arts, Program Coordinator

Schedule: Part-time position, 25 hours a week, Monday-Tuesday 2:45p-7:45pm, Wednesday-Thursday 2:45-5:45pm, remaining hours flexible to accommodate attending community meetings, events and promotional opportunities. Position is $19,500 annually and expected to start with anticipated hire date in early April 2019.

Purpose: To coordinate outreach for all Jubilee Arts programs and run daily operations of Jubilee Arts classes.

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