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City of Memphis Parks & Neighborhoods Division is looking for an Assistant Director Community Engagement to activate neighborhood parks across the City through family-friendly programs such as movie screenings, community gatherings, game nights, and other creative ways to engage neighborhood residents. The position requires a bachelor’s degree in arts, theatre, recreation or closely related field and eight years of related work experience. Hiring range in the low to mid-$70s, depending on qualifications. For details about the position and how to apply, please go to https://memphistn.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/community-engagement-director-assistant-297


Director—The Ashe County Arts Council, West Jefferson, NC

The Ashe County Arts Council seeks an energetic and visionary leader to serve as the organization’s next Executive Director, succeeding its executive of 30 years, Jane Lonon, who retires June 30, 2019. The Arts Council enriches the cultural life of the region and serves as a vital partner in the well-being of Ashe County by supporting individual creativity, cultural heritage, tourism development, and lifelong learning through the arts.

The Executive Director is responsible for carrying out the mission of the Arts Council at the direction of the board by acting as a provider, collaborator, and leader of arts activities.

Complete details on the position are posted at http://wildsouth.net.  All candidates should read the full job description before applying.


The Oklahoma Arts Council (OAC) is the official state agency for the support and development of the arts. We strive to build a diverse team comprised of the best and brightest individuals to support our mission to lead in the advancement of Oklahoma’s thriving arts industry and our vision to use the arts as a transformative force for education, quality of life, and economic development. The Oklahoma Arts Council is currently seeking enthusiastic and creative people with an entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to public service to contribute to our team.


Program Coordinator Arts Extension Service, UMass Amherst

Apply now Job no: 499728
Work type: Staff Full Time
Location: UMass Amherst
Department: Dean – Humanities & Fine Arts
Union: PSU

Job Summary
The Arts Extension Service (AES) is a partially self-sustaining program in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts whose purpose is to provide arts management and arts entrepreneurship instruction to make the arts more accessible to a greater audience throughout the United States. The Program Coordinator is responsible for: marketing AES programs; teaching a variety of arts management and entrepreneurship courses and workshops; assisting with planning, developing, implementing, managing and evaluating education programs; and coordinating events and internship program in a highly collaborative environment.


 AVAILABLE POSITION: DIR. OF MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS with the Knoxville Opera. Send email with detailed curriculum vitae, references, and cover letter to Executive Director Brian Salesky at bsalesky@knoxvilleopera.com. No phone calls, please.


Live and work at the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts is seeking a motivated, knowledgeable individual as development support manager. The development support manager is the primary administrative and logistical support for the director of institutional advancement and development operations. S/He will work closely with the annual giving manager to achieve the goals of the annual campaign.Duties include but are not limited to: database building and management, event logistics management, maintenance of contributed income financial records, mailings, and materials.Requirements of the position include: Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge is essential, bachelor’s degree, prior experience in a nonprofit organization. This is a full-time position and is open until filled. The position description is available at arrowmont.org/about/job-opportunities/.

To ApplyIf you or someone you know is interested in applying for the position, email a letter detailing how your skills and abilities meet the requirements of the position, your resume, and four professional references to fday@arrowmont.org. No phone calls please. Arrowmont is an equal opportunity employer.


Position available: Executive Director of the Tennessee Association of Dance (TAD). Responsible for the development, oversight, and implementation of all Association programs, including the administration of general operations and fiscal management of the organization. The executive director reports to the board of directors. This is an hourly, part-time position, with the possibility of growth to a full-time position based on the success of the executive director. Please see website for more information:  www.tennesseedance.org


Arts Education Partnership is looking for a director whose primary responsibility is to lead staff and projects to meet the organization’s mission and goals. The director will have a passion for the arts in education, a vision for advancing the goals of the Arts Education Partnership and the savvy to utilize the Education Commission of the States’ platform to strengthen and grow the AEP initiative. 

To be considered for this position, please send a resume, cover letter/e-mail to Kate Haggerty at khaggerty@ecs.org. The subject line of your e-mail should read “AEP policy director.” Deadline to apply: All applications must be received by close of business on Tuesday, July 9, 2019. 


Position Opening – Director of Marketing and Communications, Indiana Arts Commission

The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC), Indiana’s statewide arts agency, is seeking a high energy, forward-thinking candidate to lead its Marketing and Communications efforts. This position will guide the development and production of varied communications content to promote and advance the agency’s mission and its programs.  The Director of Marketing and Communications will be a key part of a team focused on elevating the agency’s identity statewide, regionally and nationally, promoting its innovative commitment to the state’s arts and cultural vitality and sharing notable stories about the agency’s programs and partners. The position also serves as the agency’s legislative liaison, providing monitoring of and reporting on legislative actions that might impact the agency and represents the agency at public meetings, events and functions.

The duties and responsibilities of this position are performed with latitude for independent judgment based on detailed knowledge of the agency’s strategic plan, programs, policies, budget, procedures and stated outcomes.  The Director of Marketing and Communications works with the executive team to determine communications initiatives and goals and receives direction on assignments, priorities, and overall work performance from the Executive Director.   

Apply at:  https://workforindiana.in.gov/  Position listing closes Friday, July 5.


Are you a creative change-maker using the power of arts and culture to drive equitable change in your community? NAS is accepting applications for Creative Community Fellows, a six-month learning experience where trailblazers from across the country collaborate to strengthen and grow their incredible projects.

Creative Community Fellows unites leaders working at the intersection of culture and community to be part of something bigger. Together, artists, community organizers, administrators and entrepreneurs will learn life-changing skills both online and at in-person events from fall 2019 through winter 2020. Fellows will work with mentors, funders, experts in the field and each other to take their arts-based projects to the next level. Program tuition, including the cost of lodging and food, is completely underwritten and Fellows are only responsible for their transportation to in-person events.

Discover the Creative Community Fellows journey and submit your application through July 9, 2019 at www.artstrategies.org/fellows


The Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA) is seeking to fill the position of Arts in Education Program Manager

ArtsWA has a long-standing commitment to the importance of learning in and through the arts. We are looking for candidates who have deep experience supporting arts learning in K-12 schools. This position manages and oversees all agency Arts in Education (AIE) grant programs, projects, and initiatives. Learn more about ArtsWA and our Arts in Education program at https://www.arts.wa.gov

Read the full job description and apply by July 14th. https://bit.ly/2xkK2rb.

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