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Arts Education Program Manager

American for the Arts


Americans for the Arts builds recognition and support for the extraordinary and dynamic value of the arts and serves, advances, and leads the network of organizations and individuals who cultivate, promote, sustain, and support the arts in America. The vision of Americans for the Arts is that the arts are recognized as integral to the lives of all people and essential to healthy, vibrant and equitable communities across the nation.

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Pier55 Engagement and Education Program Manager

Pier55 Inc.

Pier55’s Engagement and Education Program Manager is an experienced professional arts administrator; responsible for supporting the development and implementation of an array of arts-based community engagement and educational programming. This position reports to the Director of Engagement and Education. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to working for positive social change, a background in Youth Development, and a practical understanding of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy.


In collaboration with Pier55’s Executive Director,

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CO/LAB Theater Group Seeks Teaching Artists for Spring 2019

CoLab Theater Group


CO/LAB Theater Group seeks new Teaching Artists to lead theater workshops for individuals with developmental disabilities.


● Team-teach workshops and residencies in theater – specific class content varies but can include devised theater, improv, musical theater, puppetry, and more. Many of our core classes also culminate in a final sharing or performance

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Development Associate for Studio in a School

Studio in a School

About Studio in a School
For over 40 years, Studio in a School has advanced equal access to quality experiences in the visual arts for students from Pre-K through college. Studio NYC delivers Studio’s core direct service in New York City, providing visual arts instruction to 30,000+ students, in-school and after-school, in partnership with nearly 200 schools and educational sites, primarily in economically under-resourced communities. The Studio Institute offers professional learning programs for educational systems,

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The Town Hall Summer Internship Program

The Town Hall

A highlight of The Town Hall Educational Outreach Program is the Summer Internship Program which provides high school students with experience in all aspects of the performing arts. The six week Summer Internship Program is a paid school-to-career program that places students from participating high schools in arts organizations throughout New York City. Student interns acquire marketable skills in the interrelated fields of stagecraft and arts administration. These include lighting and set design, stage and house management,

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New Victory Teaching Artist

The New Victory Theater

The New Victory Theater seeks dynamic, highly skilled, creative teaching artists for Part Time/Seasonal Employment for the 2019-2020 season.

A project of The New 42nd Street and a 2012 special Drama Desk award-winner, The New Victory Theater is New York City’s first and only full-time performing arts theater for kids and families, students and teachers. The New Victory is dedicated to presenting high quality performing arts productions at affordable ticket prices for both the school and family audiences.

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Summer Residency Opportunity Available Theater and Puppetry Artists Grades K – 8


ArtsConnection is seeking to expand its roster of artists in theater and puppetry for summer programming in 2019. Artists with a deep knowledge of theatrical and artistic forms from around the world and diverse cultures are encouraged to apply. Experience working with English language learners and students with special needs is a plus. ArtsConnection teaching artists pay specific attention to providing inclusive and culturally responsive programming that values the voice of students in the art-making process and addresses the diversity of students in the New York City public school system.

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Children’s Museum of the Arts Director of Community and School Programs

Children's Museum of the Arts

Director of Community & School Programs

The Director of Community & School Programs provides oversight of program development and assessment of family, community, school and inclusive programming. The Director of Community & School Programs exemplifies and promotes CMA’s values by building inclusive communities and rich educational connections through engaging participatory programming and initiatives. The Director of Community & School Programs sees the city of NY as a classroom and CMA’s programming as an entry point to civic engagement and understands the cultural organization is space/place for students/participants to generalize educational and social goals in the community.

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Marketing and PR Associate

USDAN Summer Camp for The Arts

Reporting to the Director of External Affairs, the Marketing and PR Associate will be
responsible for overseeing Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts’ communication with
potential and current campers and their families, as well as the broader camp
community, through print and digital mailings, advertising, website, social media,
press, and other means. The job is year round and based in New York City from
September through May and in Huntington,

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