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Posted by The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum | Ridgefield
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is hiring a Director of Development.
Posted by Darien Arts Center | Darien
The Darien Arts Center is seeking an experienced piano teacher who is willing to take overflow students in the afternoons. Candidates must be willing to teach in person at the DAC and remotely. Preference will be given to candidates who live close to the DAC. The DAC offers a competitive hourly rate. Please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org and contact Juanita Bosee, Music Director, at 203 829-5451 for questions.
The Darien Arts Center is located at 2 Renshaw Road, behind the Darien Town Hall.
Posted by AMS Planning & Research Corp. | Southport
AMS Planning & Research Arts Management Consulting Fellowship Program engaging members of BIPOC populations.
AMS Planning & Research Corp., a national management consulting practice serving the arts and culture sector for over 30 years, has made the business of arts and culture its business. Founded with a deep commitment to the role of the arts in our communities, AMS has dedicated itself to working with arts and community leaders to develop ventures that are vital and effective. Areas of focus include facility planning, strategy, policy, audience/market research and benchmarking. For more information about AMS visit our website at www.ams-online.com.
AMS is seeking qualified candidates of color for fellowship opportunities. This first-in-the- field program was initiated to help support and escalate involvement of individuals from groups that have been underrepresented in the arts and culture consulting field. Fellowships are intended to provide practical training and play a role in nurturing leadership by expanding and fostering inclusiveness within the discipline of arts and culture consulting.
Due to the COVID 19 pandemic the program has been re-imagined and developed as a remote opportunity. Program participants will be mentored by recognized sector leaders and engage in valuable training and dialogue with a professional staff that collectively has decades of expertise in the arts and culture arena. Experience at AMS may play a role in providing a competitive advantage when fellows who have been engaged in the program are looking for employment in the arts and culture sector.
Tasks associated with the fellowship program include assisting with project planning and research efforts for small organizations as well as major arts and cultural institutions; supporting quantitative analysis; assisting with research and writing; and conducting industry and consumer research.
Requirements include demonstrated interest in the arts and culture sector, together with strong writing, analytical, and communication skills. Research experience, financial analysis, project management capabilities, statistical analysis and financial modeling experience are desirable skills.
Successful fellows should be prepared to work in virtual group settings as well as independently, be detail-oriented and have the ability to work on more than one project simultaneously. A desire to stay abreast of what is taking place in the arts and culture sector will be beneficial.
By the end of the fellowship the fellow may have the opportunity to write a white paper in his or her area of interest or in one of AMS’s core focus areas, with guidance from AMS staff. This is a hands-on fellowship and participants will be a part of the AMS culture, attending staff meetings and project meetings. Fellows work alongside AMS staff, analysts, consultants, project managers, directors, and the firm’s principal. Ability to use an AMS-issued laptop with customary office software (MS Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat), and access to 25Mbps (or faster) internet connection will be required. In the past, fellows have been hired for full-time positions. Any available positions are posted on our website.
The fellowship stipend is $600/week for 12 weeks. Participants work a 40-hour week for 12 weeks. Three references will be required. Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States and will be required to provide an I-9 form.
To apply, applicants should send a resume and cover letter, articulating why they think they would be a good fit for this fellowship, to Lynette Turner, Senior Associate at email@example.com. Questions can be addressed to Lynette Turner at the same email address. This is a continuous opportunity. Please include your dates of availability. We are currently seeking fellows for October, November and December of 2020, February, March and April of 2021, and June, July, and August of 2021. Some flexibility in engagement dates may be possible.
Posted by Brookfield Craft Center | Brookfield
Brookfield Craft Center has received a grant that will allow it to hire a new position. This position “Artist in Residence / Education Director” is created to provide artists with a professional working space in an artistic community. At the same time this position offers the selected individual the opportunity to develop, or exercise, their administrative skills in management of Brookfield Craft Center’s educational program.
For more information, check out our website: www.brookfieldcraft.org/jobs/
Posted by Open Arts Alliance | Greenwich
Director of Community Engagement,
Open Arts Alliance
Reports to the Executive Director
Open Arts Alliance is a 501c3 non-profit organization. We are a professional theatre company that is dedicated to bringing arts enrichment to healthcare facilities, hospitals, schools and venues that have traditionally been under served by the performing arts. By utilizing students and teaching artists, we facilitate social service outreach for senior citizens with dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease.
Open Arts Alliance currently offers 5 educational outreach programs. The Director of Community Engagement is responsible for the development and implementation of arts education programs that serve the mission and are financially profitable for the organization.
Duties and responsibilities
• Assist the Artistic Director with strategic planning and season programming to promote overall growth of the organization
• Develop and execute comprehensive, financially self-sustaining arts education programs for students aged 6-18 years old that include:
• Fee-based educational classes
• Educational materials and curriculum
• Marketing plan and marketing materials
• Manage, recruit, and retain teaching artists as needed
• Nurture and develop creative relationships with other non-profit organizations, artists, companies, and audiences
• Identify new markets and opportunities for growth to establish a sustainable stream of revenue
• Required: University degree and three years experience in theatre education.
• Proven experience in marketing and sales.
• Effective oral and written communication skills.
• Works independently and as part of a team (strong interpersonal skills).
• Cultivate and motivate volunteers and staff.
• Website design experience preferred.
• An understanding of the non-profit, volunteer and social services sector.
• Work flexible hours.
• Access to a vehicle.
Open Arts Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We are committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees. All employment decisions are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, age, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Criminal background checks are required for prospective applicants.
To apply, please visit:
Submission Deadline: September 15th, 2020
We look forward to meeting you!
Posted by Darien Arts Center | Darien
The Darien Arts Center is looking to hire a part-time bookkeeper for 6-8 hours per week (In-house as soon as permissible). Non-profit bookkeeping experience, proficiency in QuickBooks, Excel & Word, and understanding of the accrual basis of accounting are required.
Primary Job Responsibilities:
• Balance and maintain accurate records in QuickBooks
• Reconcile bank accounts monthly
• Pay vendor invoices twice a month
• Prepare payroll for payroll service twice a month
• Manage invoicing/accounts receivable for outreach programs
• Prepare monthly financial statements, including balance sheet, profit & loss and
department level reports
• Prepare reporting for Board of Directors meetings
• Prepare annual budget and monitor and prepare budget to actual reports on a monthly
• Calculate and book cost allocations across departments including true-up at year-end
• Maintain various schedules such as fixed and restricted assets
• Maintain and monitor prepaid assets, accrued liabilities and deferred revenue accounts
• Prepare financial information for grants/other requests
• Assist auditors during annual audit including preparation of required reports and
• Monitor and prepare financial reports to meet all compliance requirements, including
federal, state and other legal filing and registration requirements
• Assistance with ad hoc projects as needed
To find out more, or to apply with resume and cover letter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DAC is located at 2 Renshaw Road, behind the Darien Town Hall. Find out more about the Darien Arts Center at darienarts.org.
Posted by New Pond Farm Education Center | West Redding
The primary role of the digital marketing associate is to get the word about NPFEC’s brand in the digital space. Further, the digital marketing associate is responsible for looking after the online marketing strategies for the organization. They plan and execute marketing campaigns and maintain and supply content for the organization’s website. One important aspect of the position is the use of social media to enhance the company’s digital presence, interaction with target audiences, promoting NPF’s content, and expanding the opportunities for increasing our membership and member engagement. Here is the primary list of the digital marketing associate’s roles and responsibilities:
•With the assistance of the Executive Director, develop and manage digital marketing campaigns promoting NPF products and services in the digital space.
•Manage NPF’s digital presence including optimizing the content for the website and social networking channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
•Track the website traffic flow and provide internal reports
•Identify new digital marketing trends and ensure that NPF is employing the latest digital marketing techniques
Posted by Center For Contemporary Printmaking | Norwalk
The Center for Contemporary Printmaking (CCP) seeks an experienced Marketing and Communications Coordinator who is passionate about the arts and will contribute to the growth of our 24-year old non-profit organization. Candidate will work closely with the Executive Director to grow overall exposure for the organization and online reach through media efforts in support of CCP’s programming and mission.
• Content creation - strong writing and language skills required
• Social media strategizing and implementation on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
• Website management
• Print ad and printed material development – postcards, brochures, wall graphics
• Local and industry media outreach – press contacts and press releases
• Serve as photographer for CCP events and special programs
• Establish and monitor benchmarks for success using analytics
Additional responsibilities related to the organization include but are not limited to:
• Manage web-based communications tools and local digital assets: Constant Contact, ISSU, CaFÉ, Facebook, Instagram, website
• Coordinate efforts with staff in all areas to insure communications and content releases are scheduled effectively
• Shepherd external-facing branding and partnerships with local organizations
The Center for Contemporary Printmaking is a public-facing artists’ studio and gallery with an emphasis on education and outreach in addition to the development of print projects. We have a small and dedicated staff who are committed to welcoming the public, practicing artists and printers, and supporters of the arts in our community to our facility. Is this a good fit for you? We are looking for someone with:
● Superior communication, organization, and problem solving skills
● Energy, enthusiasm, and commitment, with a high standard of professionalism
● Strong team player, continually open to learning new skills
● Familiarity working in a Mac environment using Photoshop, InDesign, Wordpress, Constant Contact, Google Analytics
● Graphic Design expertise helpful but not required
● Experience at a non-profit arts organization a plus
● Open and welcoming character with sensitivity to a wide range of personalities, backgrounds, levels of education, and experience
● Prefer minimum of 2 years experience in a similar role
● BA required
This is a part-time position for 20-25 hours per week.
To apply, please submit the following to Kimberly Henrikson at email@example.com:
• Cover letter
• Resume or CV
• 3 Professional references
The Center’s offerings are diverse in scope, offering opportunities to see works of art in the printmaking medium, to learn about these techniques, and to participate in the artistic process. Programs and services began in July 1995, when the Center was established as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. CCP is dedicated to increasing awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of original prints and the process of printmaking through exhibitions, educational programs, and artist workshops. CCP is devoted to both the creations and to the presentation of works of graphic art, including printmaking, book arts, and other related disciplines. The Center is outfitted with 11 printing presses. CCP’s main operations take place in the carriage house of the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion in Norwalk with an international Artist-in-Residence cottage adjacent to the main carriage house (newly renovated in 2016) where artists can work on projects 24/7, and live and work within the facility uninterrupted. The Center has all ancillary technical and safety equipment and supplies throughout its two buildings.