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Barbara G. and Lawrence A. Fleischman Executive Director of the Library for the Performing Arts

New York Public Library-- Library for the Performing Arts

Overview:

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (“LPA”) houses the world’s most extensive combination of circulating, reference, and rare archival collections in its field. The materials in its collections are available free of charge, along with a wide range of special programs, including exhibitions, seminars, and performances. An essential resource for everyone with an interest in the arts—whether professional or amateur— LPA is known particularly for its prodigious collections of non-book materials such as historic recordings,

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Associate Art Program Specialist

NYC Department of Cultural Affairs

Job ID: 429368

Proposed Salary Range: $ 51,538.00 – $ 59,269.00 (Annual)

Job Title: Associate Art Program Specialist

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) is dedicated to strengthening New York City’s vibrant cultural life by providing funding and support to New York City’s cultural community, including the 33 cultural institutions that comprise the Cultural Institutions Group (CIG) and more than 1,150 non-profit cultural organizations.  This constituency represents a diverse array of internationally renowned cultural organizations,

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Teaching Artist- Performing & Visual Arts

Change for Kids

Teaching Artist

Change for Kids seeks contracted performing and visual arts Teaching Artists to join our dynamic organization and immediately become an important part of our growing team.

About Change for Kids:

Change for Kids (“CFK”) was established in 1996 to enhance the educational experience of underserved students in local New York City public schools. CFK’s mission is to create opportunities for kids so they can overcome inequity.

The organization currently partners with 13 exceptional public elementary schools that serve nearly 5,000 students in high poverty New York City communities.

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Teaching Artist

The Town Hall

Status: Part Time/Independent Contractor

ABOUT OUR SCHOOL EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Since 1998, when our education outreach programs were founded, The Town Hall has impacted the lives of over one million children throughout New York City. Known for our multidisciplinary programs, Town Hall offers arts education and enrichment activities to students which find creative ways for them to understand subjects in the core curriculum while applying their classroom knowledge to real world situations. Teaching Artist Openings: Town Hall is seeking part-time teaching artists (independent contractors) in the following areas for NYC schools and senior centers: visual arts,

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Arts Partnership Manager

Marquis Studios

Reports to: Executive Director

Direct Reports: None

Location: Marquis Studios office & In the field

Status: Full-time

About Marquis Studios

Marquis Studios is a nonprofit, arts education organization founded by David Marquis in 1977, that inspires a passion for learning by bringing the arts into schools. Our team of over ninety Teaching Artists provides a full spectrum of multicultural arts education residencies in over 170 NYC public schools.

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Public Engagement and Communications Manager

Asian American Arts Alliance

The Asian American Arts Alliance seeks a full-time Public Engagement and Communications Manager.
This position is responsible for the development, implementation, and day-to-day management of all artist- and arts organization-focused programs of A4 and is responsible for overseeing all external communications (including the e-newsletter, social media, press releases, and website content) in keeping with the organization’s mission supporting the issue of race equity in the arts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Design, develop, implement and manage core programs as well as new initiatives to continually improve the execution of A4’s mission.

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Full-Time Lecturer Position in The Graduate Program in Educational Theatre

The City College of New York

FACULTY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the School of Education at The City College of   New York, CUNY invites applications for a full-time Lecturer position in The Graduate Program in Educational Theatre. This appointment will begin in Fall 2020. Candidates must have a strong commitment to teaching theatre education at the graduate level as well as a commitment to the field of arts education as a whole. The successful candidate will be expected to teach graduate level courses  in theatre education curriculum and lesson plan development;

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Teaching Artist- Music/ Dance/ Yoga

Shine On Kids NYC

Shine on Kids NYC is an interactive early childhood education arts program for parents, caregivers, and children based in Uptown Manhattan and the South Bronx. Each 45 minute session is designed to give parents , caregivers and children the chance to bond as a family while exploring the magic of the arts from around the world.

We are looking for talented Music/Dance/Yoga instructors to teach group family classes to children ages 0 to 10.

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Teaching Artist- Visual Arts

Abrons Arts Center

Abrons Arts Center is seeking teaching artist with knowledge of/ practice in art therapy for teaching middle and high school visual arts classes weekly at 3 Crown Heights based Alternative Learning Centers.

StudioLab is the Abrons’ pioneering approach to school-based arts education providing students from pre- kindergarten through college innovative learning experiences in the performing, visual, literary, and media arts. With decades of experience cultivating young artists in classroom environments, the Abrons’ StudioLab programs offer unique learning models for students to acquire fundamental arts skills and reflect critically on the how’s and why’s of their creative process.

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Teaching Artist (multiple positions)

viBe Theater Experience

About viBe Theater

viBe Theater Experience (viBe) provides girls (ages 13-19) and young women (ages 18-24) in New York City with free, high quality artistic, leadership and academic opportunities. viBe works to empower underserved teenage girls to write and perform original theater, video and music about the real-life issues they face daily. viBe’s performing arts and training programs provide a platform for participants to amplify their voices and “speak truth to power,” by creating an artistic response to the world around them.

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