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Full-time

Education Manager

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

Education Manager

Posted: 9/24/2021

Type: Full-time, permanent, exempt

Reports to: Director of Education

Work Location: Downtown Baltimore

Available: Immediately

Description

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.

Gallery Administrative Assistant

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About The Gallery:
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Data Management Assistant

Data Management Assistant

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Classification: Non-exempt, permanent, full-time

Job Responsibilities:

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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.

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.

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