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Single Carrot Theatre Seeks Female actor between ages 30-50 for World Premiere

Single Carrot Theatre seeks a female actor, 30s-50s, for the World Premiere of Something Like Jazz Music, developed by Single Carrot Theatre, written by SCT’s Artistic Director, Genevieve de Mahy. The ideal candidate is adept at performing multiple contrasting roles, comfortable with a non-traditional rehearsal process, is a skilled mover, and is available for the dates listed below. Actors of color encouraged to submit.

Single Carrot Theatre seeks Male African American Actor for World Premiere

Single Carrot Theatre seeks a male African American actor for the World Premiere of Something Like Jazz Music, written by SCT’s Artistic Director, Genevieve de Mahy. The ideal candidate is adept at performing multiple contrasting roles, comfortable with a non-traditional rehearsal process, and available for the dates listed below.

BMA seeks Project Archivist - Temporary, Part Time

The Baltimore Museum of Art is seeking an experienced Project Archivist for the successful execution of an archives processing project. This is a grant-funded, 7-week, part-time, temporary position in the Library and Archives Department of The Baltimore Museum of Art.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

BMA Shop Sales Associate - Part Time

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) seeks an enthusiastic and experienced Sales Associate to play an essential role in the success and operation of The BMA Shop. The ideal candidate will aid in maximizing revenues while acting as an ambassador for the institution using their excellent communication and customer service skills, and product management.


Responsibilities include:

Project Manager_AKIMBO Dance & Movement Art Festival

AKIMBO Project Manager


Deep Vision Dance Company, Inc. seeks a project manager for AKIMBO Dance Festival with experience working in and a passion for the arts. This organized and detail-oriented individual is committed to working in a team environment, demonstrates strong leadership skills, and values timely communication.

Creative Alliance seeks Visual Arts Instructor

Creative Alliance seeks Visual Arts Instructor for the Creative Alliance After School Enrichment at Dickey Hill Elementary/Middle School (for 1st grade-8th Grade)

Program dates: November 9 – June 3rd

Program address: 5025 Dickey Hill Rd Baltimore, MD 21207 Phone: (410) 396-0610

Concepts By Cash is Seeking Theater Arts Instructors


Concepts By Cash, Arts Management Division is seeking theater arts teachers to work with elementary school age students in an after school program in East Baltimore City. We are looking for a Drama Teacher, and a Set and Costume Design Teacher. Teachers should have minimum of 3 years experience working with this age group and have excellent classroom management skills. Classes will be held four days a week and begin November 30, 2015.

DEADLINE: November 18, 2015

Robert W. Deutsch Foundation seeks Associate

If you’re interested in learning about philanthropy and the management of a foundation, and in being part of a professional management team, consider applying for the full-time position of Associate at the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.

The successful applicant will report to the Foundation’s president and to the chief operating officer. The position is an entry-level, professional “first step” into the nonprofit sector.

Charm City Fringe seeks Venue Managers

Venue Manager

The Charm City Fringe Venue Manager plays a vital role in ensuring the festival runs smoothly. The Venue Manager acts as the point of contact for the artists as they arrive at their assigned venue. They also become the liaison between the artist and the festival staff during the week of the festival. The Venue Manager ensures that their assigned venue’s shows begin and end on-time, is friendly and courteous to artists in the space, makes certain the space is staffed and stocked at all times, and works with volunteers to provide smooth front of house operations.

AEMS Seeks Director of Development

Arts Education in Maryland Schools (AEMS) Alliance seeks a full-time Director of Development.

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.

AEMS Mission:

Increase student access to courses in all art forms through purposeful actions.

BMA seeks Education Program Coordinator


The BMA is seeking a detail-oriented Education Program Coordinator to assist in the project management, implementation, and evaluation of Education programs from October 2015 through October 2016.

The successful candidate will demonstrate strong skills in administration and project management, communicate and collaborate successfully with colleagues, and have strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills. The position will need to be available selected evenings and weekends for Education Department events.



THE MOTOR HOUSE PERFORMANCE SPACE is a venue for Baltimore artists, performers and creative professionals, showcasing the city’s contemporary and emerging artists and their work. It is a core component of the Motor House, which will serve as a wide open door for new creative visions, bold, artistic experiments and fresh diverse voices, welcoming everyone to create, explore and experience the best Baltimore has to offer.

Baltimore Collegetown Network seeks Program Manager

The Baltimore Collegetown Network, a non-profit consortium of 14 area colleges and universities, works to enhance the academic, professional, and social lives of Baltimore’s 120,000 college students. For the last 14 years Collegetown has been developing projects and partnerships that attract, engage, and retain students, raise the profile of Baltimore as a college destination, and help colleges share resources. We are currently seeking a Program Manager to lead existing programs and develop new initiatives that support our mission.


Concepts by Cash seeks Art Teachers & Assistants

Concepts By Cash, Arts Management Division is seeking several experienced art teachers to work with elementary school age students in after schools programs in Baltimore City. Teachers should have experience doing both 2 and 3 dimensional artwork with this age group and have great classroom management skills. Classes are held two - four days a week depending on location and begin late October 2015.


If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Ms. Hester, [email protected]

Reginald F. Lewis Museum seeks Database and Development Coordinator

The Database and Development Coordinator has primary responsibility for

maintaining all donor, prospect, and member records, and constituent transactions via the Altru database; Coordinates and executes the activities associated with the membership and annual fund raising cycles, including but not limited to: mailings; reports; recording and processing transactions and acknowledgments; production of materials and communications (print and electronic), research, and preparation and maintenance of tracking documents.

Database Management:

Howard County Arts Council seeks Development Assistant

The Howard County Arts Council, a multi-purpose non-profit arts agency, seeks a self-directed, outgoing individual for an entry to mid-level Development position in a small, fast-paced office environment. The successful candidate will report to the Executive Director and will be responsible for Board correspondence and administration; development and donor administration; special event administration and coordination; financial record keeping; office efficiency; and clerical support for the Executive Director.

Single Carrot Theatre seeks Teaching Theatre Artist


Single Carrot Theatre (SCT) is committed to creating 21st century learners and an increased desire for learning through ensemble building and collaboratively creating a performance. To that end, SCT has created a year-long program in collaboration with Margaret Brent Elementary Middle School: The World Of Theatre.


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