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MICA seeks Community Art Collaborative (CAC) AmeriCorps member

Job Title: Community Art Collaborative (CAC) AmeriCorps member

Number of Openings: 12
Work Schedule: Full-time, five days a week
Hours per week: 35-40
Salary Type: Stipend
Wage/Salary: $13,732 for the year, with additional benefits
Employment Start Date: August 27, 2018

Job Description

Woodstock Bus VW Recreation Seeks Artist Crew

Updated April 2018: Still actively seeking to fill the remaining positions... Hieronimus & Co. is seeking five trained artists who are also curious, warm and articulate individuals to join the painting crew as we recreate a 1963 reconditioned VW camper bus into “Light,” the Woodstock Bus for a feature film documentary, starting late summer 2018.

Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) Seeks Director of Career Development

Position Summary: Provides MICA with the vision and leadership for a comprehensive professional development program, serving undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni. Applications received by March 11, 2018 are best assured of receiving full consideration.

General Purpose: In conjunction with the Associate Dean for Student Integrated Learning establishes the overall vision for professional development at MICA, in addition to providing direct service to students and alumni.

Major Role Functions:

  • Provides leadership and strategic vision for the nationally recognized Joseph Meyerhoff Center for Career Development, managing a highly collaborative team of six staff members. Serves as the primary advocate for the priorities of the center with constituents.
  • Partners with senior staff, faculty members, alumni and parents as well as other constituencies regarding the importance of professional development experiences for artists, designers and educators.
  • Navigates with faculty partners the complexity of professional development needs within forty distinct majors, programs and concentrations.
  • Serves as a vital educator on and off the MICA campus.

The AngelWing Project seeks Volunteers and Interns

EXCITING VOLUNTEER AND INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The AngelWing Project (AWP), Maryland’s only documentary theatre, is looking for a few amazing college interns & adult volunteers who seek a very hands-on experience, not making coffee runs or making copies, but rather, performing genuine assignments essential to the day-to-day operations of the theatre.

The Howard County Arts Council seeks Arts Center Building Attendant

The Howard County Arts Council is seeking part-time Building Attendants to work 2 – 3 shifts per week (including weekend hours) at the Howard County Center for the Arts (HCAC), a 27,000 square foot multi-disciplinary arts center operated by the Arts Council and located in Ellicott City. Special event hours may be available depending on the building schedule.

AAAPI seeks Curatorial Summer Internship

The Arts of Africa, the Americas, Asia, and the Pacific Islands (AAAPI) Department is seeking a Summer Intern to assist with departmental projects. This position is largely research-focused. The Intern will work on the BMA's digital database, The Museum System (TMS), to catalog artworks, update object records, and enter notes from scholarly consultant reports. They will have the chance to develop their connoisseurship of non-western art and work hands-on with a one of the country's best collections of African art.

Applicant Requirements

Maryland Humanities Seeks Literary Walking Tour Docents

Do you have a passion for literature, history, and architecture? Able to lead a group for a 90-minute walk around the beautiful, historic Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore? Then you might be just the person we’re looking for! We’re currently accepting applications for the next class of docents to lead our Literary Walking Tour! Applications are due by March 1, 2018.

Learn more about the Literary Mt. Vernon Walking Tour here: https://www.mdhumanities.org/programs/literary-walking-tour/

Dance & Bmore seeks Teaching Artists

Seeking:
Teaching artists with professional experience in music, dance, or theater for classes with children, families, and the elderly. Paid Positions.

Date: Sunday, January 28th

20 minute interview slots available 4:10-6PM
Check In: 10 minutes before interview slot

Interview Location
City Arts 2
1700 Greenmount Ave
Baltimore, MD

RSVP Interview: Email picture and resume or bio to [email protected] to confirm.

Young Audiences/Arts for Learning seeks Arts Integration Specialist

Organization Description:

Young Audiences/Arts for Learning, founded in Baltimore in 1950, is the country’s foremost arts-in-education non-profit organization. The Maryland chapter of Young Audiences (YA) provides more than 9,000 arts education opportunities to nearly 200,000 students, artists, and educators throughout the state each year. The staff, board, and teaching artists of YA are passionate about generating opportunities for all students to imagine, create and realize their full potential through the arts.

Job Summary:

Dance & Bmore Auditions- Dancers & Percussionists

Dance & Bmore seeks outstanding dancers and percussionists for 2018/2019 season!

Seeking - Male & female dancers skilled in Contemporary, Modern, Ballet, and Jazz. Also seeking experienced Djembe drummers for performances and classes.

Positions - Part time paid positions

Date: Sunday, January 28th

Check In - 1:30 PM

Audition Time: 2-4PM

Prepare
Dancers - Jazz shoes or bare feet
Drummers - comfortable clothes, a Djembe, and small percussive toys if you have them, if not, a drum will be provided.

Maryland Citizens for the Arts seeks Program Manager

Organization Overview

MCA is a statewide arts advocacy organization, founded in 1977 to represent all Maryland artists and arts organizations of all disciplines. Its principal mission is to promote and secure adequate funding for the Maryland State Arts Council and to advocate for the arts at the state and federal levels. MCA also carries out research and education to increase public recognition and support of the arts in Maryland. www.mdarts.org

Position Overview

Young Audiences/Arts for Learning seeks Program Assistant

Organization Description

Young Audiences/Arts for Learning, founded in Baltimore in 1950, is the country’s foremost arts-in-education non-profit organization. The Maryland chapter of Young Audiences (YA) provides more than 9,000 arts education opportunities to nearly 200,000 students, artists, and educators throughout the state each year. The staff, board, and teaching artists of YA work tirelessly to generate opportunities for all students to imagine, create, and realize their full potential through the arts.

Job Description

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra seeks Part-Time Ticket Service Agent

Ticket Agents represent the face of the BSO and are responsible for all aspects of customer service, including but not limited to subscription sales, single ticket sales, exchanges and resolving customer issues by phone, e-mail/web, mail, fax and in person for all BSO venues, including the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and the Music Center at Strathmore. Ticket Agents must possess a friendly, service oriented demeanor and be willing to go above and beyond to assist BSO patrons. Must be flexible and willing to work daytime, evening and weekend hours.

The Museum Trustee Association seeks Web Communications Coordinator

Position Available: January 2, 2018

The Museum Trustee Association (MTA) is the only organization dedicated to providing ongoing board education programs, services and resources for museum trustees. MTA is hiring a part-time (Hourly, 15 hours/week) Web Communications Coordinator. This position leads all web-based projects of the Museum Trustee Association.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Museum Trustee Association seeks Manager Of Member Services And Administration

The Museum Trustee Association (MTA) is the only organization dedicated to providing ongoing board education programs, services and resources for museum trustees. MTA is hiring a full-time (Exempt) Manager of Member Services and Administration. In addition to scheduling, office maintenance, and interfacing with Association members and the board, this position is responsible for the planning and execution of Association events including semi-annual forums, workshops, and weekend donor events in conjunction with the President.

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Hopkins Symphony Orchestra seeks Assistant Conductor and Concert Orchestra Conductor

Overview: Hopkins Symphony Orchestra is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Conductor and Concert Orchestra Conductor. Hopkins Symphony Orchestra is a program of Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Arts Programs and is the only community orchestra in Baltimore City. Orchestra musicians are Johns Hopkins students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members.

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