Jobs Board

After-School Program Curriculum Developer

The New York International Children’s Film Festival

About us:

The New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF) is a year-round nonprofit arts organization dedicated to building a dynamic film culture for young audiences, families and classrooms. Now in its 23rd year, NYICFF delivers impactful programming through it’s annual Festival as well as year-round Film-Education initiatives and the NYICFF Kid Flicks national touring program. 

NYICFF seeks a Curriculum Developer experienced in both art and media literacy education practices who will develop a unique after school program for grades 2-5.

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Rehabilitation Through The Arts Seeks Teaching Artists

Rehabilitation Through The Arts

***Please note: At this time we are looking for music, dance and visual arts Teaching Artists only.

Job Summary

RTA uses the transformative power of the arts to help people in prison develop skills to unlock their potential and succeed in the larger community.

RTA seeks diverse teaching artists to deliver transformative arts programs in New York State correctional facilities. Art forms being sought include music, dance,

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Teaching Artist

Reel Works


DESCRIPTION TEACHING ARTIST for Reel Works In-Schools Programs (2019-2020 school year) 

PROGRAM DATES: August 2019 Professional development and placement January- June 2020 (Part-time) 

Reel Works is hiring Teaching Artists for our Reel Works in-Schools program for the 2019-2020 school year. Can you bring fresh ideas in media making and education into our program offerings? If so we would like to meet you. 

Teaching Artists are supported by an Education Specialist in designing the residency and lesson plans.

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Fellows Instructor

Reel Works



PROGRAM DATES: November 2019 – Placement December 2019 – December 2020 – Program Rotating Fridays 4:30 – 6:30pm + additional hours during student capstone production. 

Reel Works seek professional filmmakers with concentrations in cinematography, screenwriting, producing, and directing to lead Reel Works Fellows, an advanced filmmaking program for accomplished young directors and craftspeople within these concentrations. 

The ideal candidates will have significant experience teaching and mentoring young artists,

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Student Teaching Artist

Reel Works


DESCRIPTION STUDENT TEACHING ARTIST for Reel Works In-Schools Programs (2019-2020 school year) 

PROGRAM DATES: November 2019-June 2020 (Part-time) 

Reel Works seek a Student Teaching Artist for our Reel Works in-Schools program for the 2019-2020 school year. We are looking for artists who bring fresh ideas in media making and education into our program offerings. 

Reel Works in-Schools program services middle and high school students throughout NYC.

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Manager of Community Partnerships

The Public Theater

The Public Theater is looking for an experienced Manager of Community Partnerships to join the Public Works program. Public Works, a major program of the Public Theater, aims to restore and build community by connecting people through theater—both performing it and experiencing it—reminding us that we’re all in this together. Working with partner organizations in all 5 boroughs, Public Works invites community members to take classes, attend performances, and join in the creation of ambitious works of participatory theater.

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Administrative Director of Hands are for Holding

Gibney Dance

Hands are for Holding is a cornerstone of Gibney Dance’s Community Action work. This in-school assembly and residency program uses dance to spark reflection and encourage conversations about bullying, social isolation, boundaries, and consent—and the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships. Offered in partnership with Day One and Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence, Hands are for Holding assemblies catalyze reflection and awareness about interpersonal dynamics through a combination of performance and facilitated discussion led by social workers.

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Teaching Artist for School Programs


NJPAC Teaching Artists for School Programs are professional artists and educators who teach across the state of New Jersey under the auspices of NJPAC’s Arts Education Department. NJPAC School Programs enable New Jersey students in Pre-K through 12th grades the opportunity to experience the performing arts through close interaction with professional teaching artists twice per week for 7-10 week residencies. These programs are offered to schools, community centers and childcare centers throughout New Jersey.

NJPAC Teaching Artists for School Programs are on-call employees.

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Program Associate

Creative New Jersey

Creative New Jersey seeks to hire a Program Associate with experience in planning, coordinating andimplementing large-scale meetings and events, developing and maintaining relationships with an eclecticgroup of individuals, creating materials and content for in-person and online engagement, and data management and administrative functions.

The Program Associate will support a small team tasked with designing and delivering statewide community engagement programming that fosters collaboration, community inclusion and creative thinking byconvening highly-diverse groups of people with varied cross-sector skills,

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Program Manager

Artists Striving to End Poverty

Over 13 years ago, Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP) was born. Created by Broadway Musical Director Mary-Mitchell Campbell and Juilliard students, they aimed to transform the lives of youth using the most powerful tool they had: their art. Today, ASTEP connects performing and visual artists with youth from underserved communities in the U.S. and around the world through after-school and summer art programs.

As we reflect on our growth, we are proud of the transformative experiences we have created for our students and our Volunteer Teaching Artists.

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