The Arts & Business Council is hiring a full-time Program Manager. The Program Manager oversees the day-to-day management of the Arts & Business Council’s four ongoing key programs, as well as a number of other one-off services in support of Greater Nashville’s creative economy. The key programs are: 1) Education: monthly seminars covering topics of broad concern in the arts community, as well as the annual Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training program; 2) Arts Board Matching: a comprehensive board training program curriculum each fall that includes matching professional participants with arts nonprofit boards for service; 3) WorkCreative: project-based creativity workshops in the workplace; and 4) Fiscal Sponsorship: an incubator that makes it possible for arts projects and groups to receive tax-deductible grants and donations. Additionally, this position plays an integral support role in the fundraising, marketing, and community outreach for the organization. Contact for more information.

Knoxville Opera is seeking a Director of Marketing and Public Relations. Visit for more information.

South Arts is hiring!

Program Director – Jazz: South Arts seeks a bold and creative individual to manage a new, large-scale multi-year national jazz program. The successful candidate will have the experience and connections to plan and implement a program which bolsters connections between jazz musicians and communities across the nation through expanding touring to new spaces/communities, technical assistance and career development. Minimum five year’s experience including jazz touring/presenting, project management, communications, grantmaking, and collaborative programming required. This is a new position with the opportunity to shape a significant national initiative. The successful candidate can be located anywhere; travel required. South Arts is based in Atlanta. Open until filled.

Program Assistant, Traditional Arts: South Arts, based in Atlanta, is a regional arts organization serving nine southeast states. This is an opportunity for an early-career traditional/folk arts professional to assist the Senior Director, Film and Traditional Arts. This new position will support the creation and implementation of an Appalachia-focused program. Program elements include recognizing master artists, connecting them with apprentices, and supporting arts education in traditional arts through after-school programs. The position’s responsibilities include communications, data management, grants management, travel planning, research and customer service. One year’s experience required; Bachelor’s Degree and/or Appalachian or Southern studies preferred. 20 hours/week, open until filled.

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