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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.

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.

MICA Seeks Part-time BCAN Operations Coordinator

Summary of Essential Functions: The BCAN Operations Coordinator will be part of a small, dynamic team to provide administrative and operational support for the Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network - a 10 year citywide project of the Maryland Institute College of Art that provides strategic and holistic entrepreneurship support to Baltimore’s creatives.

MICA Seeks Part-time BCAN Program Coordinator

Summary of Essential Functions: The BCAN Program Coordinator will be part of a small, dynamic team and will work closely with BCAN's Program Director to manage the BCAN Mobile: a customized vehicle that transforms into a travelling community platform for educational workshops, an artist marketplace, a performance venue, and a promotional vehicle for creative entrepreneurs in neighborhoods across Baltimore. The position requires a highly collaborative, organized, detail-oriented, nimble, and community-minded person who enjoys working in a fast-paced startup environment.

Maryland Humanities seeks a Program Assistant for History Programs

The Program Assistant reports to the Program Officer responsible for coordination of Maryland History Day, Chautauqua, and Veterans programs. The position provides support and assistance to ensure effective and successful programs directed by the Program Officer. Duties include managing databases of participants, making arrangement for program events, helping with outreach, researching potential program themes, designing promotional materials, managing participant surveys, and handling various types of correspondence.

A more complete description of all duties is posted on the Maryland Humanities website at https://www.mdhumanities.org/about-us/jobs-internships/program-assistant-maryland-history-day-chautauqua-and-veterans-programs/

GBCA seeks Part-time Marketing & Content Associate

OVERVIEW

The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) is seeking a part-time 10-month Marketing and Content Associate, beginning immediately, to work with the Communications Manager on GBCA’s institutional marketing, external communications, as well as its audience development programs.

Fools and Madmen’s Much Ado About Nothing, a Hip Hop Adaptation

Fools and Madmen in partnership with Motor House presents:

Much Ado About Nothing

Written and adapted by Josh Thomas and Caitlin Carbone

Directed by Aladrian C. Wetzel

Casting 10 performers of color for a hip hop adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. The show will tour and perform at Baltimore City Public Schools, plus one weekend of ticketed evening performances at Motor House this May 2019.

Roles are open to all genders and ages.

Baltimore Museum of Art is seeking Meyerhoff-Becker Biennale Curatorial Fellow

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announces the inaugural cycle of the Meyerhoff-Becker Curatorial Fellowship, a year-long residency program, based in Baltimore, Maryland. The selected fellow will receive a full-time residency, round-trip travel expenses, and a $40,000 USD salary with benefits. Applicants who come from groups historically underrepresented in the museum field are strongly encouraged to apply.

Public Affairs Manager

Summary:
Responsible for assisting the Associate VP of Public Affairs in public affairs and in managing development, programs and operations support for the Visit Baltimore Education and Training Foundation. Activities to include outreach, programs, events and meetings; and support and advocacy efforts. We’re looking for candidates with a positive, team-oriented mindset, with the proven ability to thrive in a matrixed organization that fosters a fast-paced, results-based work environment.

The Baltimore National Heritage Area is seeking Urban Rangers

The Baltimore National Heritage Area is seeking Urban Rangers (docents and guides). This is a paid position.

Applicants should have some basic knowledge of museums and cultural institutions within the Baltimore National Heritage Area. We are currently seeking year round urban rangers to give tours and support to our museum partners. About us: visit www.explorebaltimore.org

Qualifications:

The Baltimore National Heritage Area (BHAA,Inc.) seeks Executive Director

Executive Director, Baltimore Heritage Area Association, Inc., Baltimore, Md.

THE ORGANIZATION
The Baltimore National Heritage Area (BNHA) is one of 13 certified heritage areas in Maryland and one of 49 Congressionally-designated national heritage areas. BNHA works to accomplish its mission through a variety of products and programs, including hosting guided walking tours, developing new heritage tourism products, and providing grants that encourage tourism and historic preservation.

Audition Call for Deep Vision Dance Company, February 10th

Deep Vision Dance Company seeks vibrant, intelligent, versatile dancers with a collaborative spirit for their 2019 and 2020 performance years. Dancers receive rehearsal and performance honorariums. Rehearsals take place on Sundays (4-9pm) and Mondays (6:15-9:30pm).

Date: Sunday, February 10th @ 4:00PM

Location: Towson University, Center for the Arts, Rm 1006

Audition Details:

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation seeks Support Specialist

The Support Specialist supports and reports to the Director of Operations. The position also supports the work of the Financial Officer, the Grants and Operations Officer, and the Director of External Affairs, as well as performing certain general administrative functions for the Foundation.

Front House Manager

Gordon Center for Performing Arts and JCC Arts & Culture Department seeks Front of House Manager

Single Carrot Theatre Seeks Part-Time Education Director

Single Carrot Theatre (SCT) is committed to creating enthusiastic 21st-century learners through ensemble-building, collaboration, and theatrical performance. Our theatre education programs include partnerships with local schools and organizations to deliver onsite theatre education, high school student matinees, an assembly performance program, summer camps, and a variety of classes, workshops and teambuilding for children and adults. You can find a comprehensive summary of our education programs on Single Carrot Theatre’s website. (Singlecarrot.com)

Teaching Artists for CSC Education Program

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Education Program is accepting applications for Teaching Artists for workshops, classes, and residencies. Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing the particular positions, a CV/resume showing relevant teaching experience, and an unofficial transcript from the last degree-granting institution attended. Applicants who are selected to interview will need to present at least one Shakespeare monologue.

Jubilee Arts seeks Youth in Business Digital Marketing Specialist

Youth in Business (YiB) is a program at Jubilee Arts that cultivates the entrepreneurial leadership skills of high school aged youth by providing hands on experience operating an art-based business. Through the Youth in Business design collective, youth learn how to run a successful business as a team, selling high quality art products achieving cooperative financial sustainability for youth business owners. Youth are supported in leadership development within the program in addition to career and higher education planning support to provide youth long term economic independence.

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