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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer

Description

Reporting to the Director of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, the incumbent will partner and collaborate with leadership to identify gaps in policy, practice, and allocation of resources in the pursuit of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community for both the Enoch Pratt Free Library employees and the public that we serve. The DEI Officer must be an experienced, mission-driven leader who will play a critical role in shaping and sustaining a diverse and equitable culture of inclusion at EPFL.

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Program Associate, International - Mid Atlantic Arts

Mid Atlantic Arts seeks a full-time Program Associate who will support our international portfolio: USArtists International, the largest grantmaking program in the United States supporting performing artists at their engagements abroad; and Performing Arts Global Exchange, a program that brings international artists to the United States to perform at nonprofit presenting organizations nationwide with grant support.

Teaching Artists - The Lyric Baltimore

The Lyric Baltimore’s Education team is searching for innovative, excited, and dedicated artists to provide exceptional arts programming for our Horizons Theater Program. These workshops provide mostly middle school students with training in theater and creative writing. Our goal is to support student’s imagination and creative agency. Using fun, engaging exercises, students learn the necessary skills to present theatrical performances to their family and friends. These weekly workshops culminate in student’s performing their original writing. Each workshop site performs two shows—a holiday performance in December and a full-length production in spring.

Executive Director - Maryland State Arts Council

The Maryland Department of Commerce is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Executive Director of the Maryland States Art Council (MSAC), within the Division of Marketing, Tourism and the Arts. This is a Management Service position, and serves at the pleasure of the Appointing Authority.

Marketing Communications Manager

The Marketing Communications Manager develops and implements all communications mechanisms related to CAC’s brand to tell our story, build audience, and increase visibility, collaboration, and brand awareness of our programs and mission. He/She will create and implement an overall communications plan for the organization for institutional marketing activities and those related to the programs and activities carried out in support of CAC’s mission. The Marketing Communications Manager will uphold high standards of excellence in customer service and support CAC’s programs.

Visual Arts Director - Creative Alliance

The Visual Arts Director is a key member of Creative Alliance’s leadership team, strategic programmer, and is responsible for supporting regional artists and art enthusiasts in our community. The Visual Arts Director is responsible for setting vision and strategy for their four main program areas and collaborating across teams. They are responsible for managing program logistics, contractors, and a budget of approximately $25,000-$30,000 for their department. The Director curates two gallery spaces hosting up to 15 shows per year. The Amalie Rothschild Gallery is a space that hosts exhibits through an open call application process which the Director oversees. The Director recruits, supports, and manages Creative Alliance’s artists in residence program which hosts 8 resident artists each year. The Director leads Creative Alliance’s film program. The Director also coordinates Creative Alliance’s multi-disciplinary workshops program which are facilitated by community artists. Annually, Creative Alliance hosts more than 30 free and fee-based workshops serving 300 participants.

Internships

MAP offers internships for upper level college students, graduate students and recent graduates. Fall, Spring and Summer Internships available. MAP hours: 11 am-4 pm, Tuesday-Saturday.

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.

Deborah and Philip English Curator of Decorative Arts, Design and Material Culture

The curator oversees a collection of European and North American decorative arts broadly dating from 1500 CE to the present. A particular focus of the curator’s work will be the cataloguing, interpretation, and display of the world-class English Collection of 19th-century British and European majolica, a type of mold-made earthenware, brilliantly colored using translucent lead glazes, that was commercially introduced by the Minton Company in the 1850’s and ultimately produced across Europe, North America, and Australia.

Dance Teachers - Rayn Fall Dance

Rayn Fall Dance is seeking one or multiple dance teachers for the following classes: Pre-Dance (ages 5-7), 9:30a-10:30a; Creative Movement (ages 3-5), 10:30a-11:15a; Little Movers (age 2), 11:15a-11:45a.

Program Coordinator - Muse 360 Arts

Muse 360 Arts is seeking a Program Coordinator to support the Executive Director in management, coordination, planning, bookkeeping, grant writing, and logistics for the Rayn Fall Dance Studio, New Generation Scholars, and Spark of Genius programs

Art Instructors

CAC seeks Teaching Artists, for both in-person and virtual class/workshops. Please send resume and cover letter to our Education Director, Ashley Lines at [email protected]. Instructors must have a passion to engage in and develop a positive and creative atmosphere for our students. CAC is seeking to art instructors that are community oriented, reliable, and have proficient classroom management skills.

CAC is currently look for instructors that work in the following disciplines:

Enoch Pratt Free Library seeks Events Planner

The Pratt Library is looking for an energetic and dynamic Events Planner to join the Institutional Advancement Team.

The Events Planner is responsible for office management as well as the planning and implementation of all Donor Recognition Events and Major Donor Cultivation Events. This position will also be involved in gift processing and providing support to the development office by coordinating trustee development based meetings.

The incumbent is an integral part of the development team and is supervised by the Individual and Corporate Giving Manager.

Port Discovery Children's Museum is seeking BOX OFFICE ASSOCIATES

Port Discovery Children's Museum provides experiences that ignite imagination, inspire learning, and nurture growth through play. We are currently looking for talented, friendly and outgoing Box Office Associates.

Currently, the museum is open on Wednesdays through Sundays, plus some holidays. Work schedules are:

Handel Choir of Baltimore - Soloist & Professional Chorister Auditions

Handel Choir of Baltimore is auditioning soloists and professional choristers for all voice parts for our ’21/’22 season. Signups for our July 30/31 soloist/pro-chorister auditions can be found here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f054aa8af2aa1fb6-soloist5

Those only interested in solo roles should send information to [email protected] as described in the signups; pro chorister auditioners may simply sign up via the link above.

Auditions for Baltimore Musicales

Baltimore Musicales is holding auditions for our 2021-2022 season. At this time we are only hearing singers who have been fully vaccinated.

Each concert will feature 4 singers and a collaborative pianist in an intimate hour long program followed by a reception. Past seasons have included 5 mainstage concerts and 2-3 outreach performances, and featured approximately 20 singers per season.

Audition Dates, Times, and Locations:

Saturday, August 28, 2021 from 3:30-6:30 PM

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