St. Nicks Alliance is a nonprofit, nonsectarian community-based organization founded in 1975 with the mission to serve as a catalyst to improve the quality of life of residents in the communities of Williamsburg-Greenpoint in Brooklyn through its work in five main areas: housing, healthcare, workforce development, economic development and youth and education Established in 1994, each year the Division of Youth & Education serves 8,000 2-24 year olds and caregivers with the mission to transform the lives of North Brooklyn’s youth.More Details >
The East Harlem Community Arts Development Project (CADP), funded by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, is a 14-month initiative to strengthen the capacity of the East Harlem arts community as well as the cultural fabric of the neighborhood. This effort is being led by a group of leaders and artists who have engaged in efforts to highlight and expand community access as well as recognition and appreciation for the artistic heritage of the East Harlem.More Details >
CWP is looking for energetic, professional visual artists to work as Teaching Artists committed to bringing high quality arts programming to Grades 1-12 in NYC public schools. In addition to dedication to their own visual art practice, Teaching Artists (TAs) interested in working with CWP must be 1) committed to teaching and learning from young people 2) committed to continually improving their teaching practice and artistry and 3) interested in collaboration and experimentation with other artists and art forms,More Details >
Reports to: Director of Education and Community, Manager of Youth Programs
Position: Part time
The Youth Orchestra of St. Luke’s is an El Sistema-inspired after-school orchestra program based in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. Faculty will design curricula, work collaboratively across our five sites, and enact our mission of providing access for instrumental instruction in a community which lacks such, and using a youth-centered ensemble as a vehicle to respond to the community’s artistic needs and interests.More Details >
One of the premier international dance companies, under the direction of MacArthur Award Winning choreographer and visual artist, Shen Wei, Shen Wei Dance Arts has won worldwide acclaim for its cross-cultural performances that transcend East and West. Its works have been described as “breathtaking, powerful, and riveting” (The Boston Globe) and are celebrated for their “gorgeous visual imagery” (The London Times) and heralded by The New York Times for its “ingenious synthesis of dance, music and visual art” and “its inventive,More Details >
Assistant Teacher- All Locations Brooklyn Robot Foundry introduces kids nursery-age through middle-school years to the magic of robotics, mechanics, and programming. We offer highly popular After School Classes, Summer Camp sessions, Birthday Parties, and so much more. This is a woman-owned company focused on expanding kids’ ideas about what technology can be and who can do it. We are growing rapidly and need more Assistant Teachers to join our team! We are especially looking for people who are creative,More Details >
The Drawing Center seeks a Curatorial Assistant to assist the Chief Curator and Executive Director with the museum’s exhibition program and general curatorial office management. The Curatorial Assistant will work on museum exhibitions as assigned (approximately four to six per year). Exhibitions take place in the museum’s Main Gallery, Drawing Room, and The Lab, as well as the Lab Corridor and Stairwell project spaces, and traveling exhibitions. For each exhibition assigned, the Curatorial Assistant works with the exhibition curator on preliminary research,More Details >
The School of Drama seeks a mature, well-organized, collaborative individual to serve as Program Assistant. This individual works closely with the General Manager for the School of Drama, as well as the Program and Administration Manager. They are responsible for administrative program office support for all events and activities within the School of Drama at the College of Performing Arts.
This is an hourly year-round position that reports to the General Manager of the School of Drama.
Responsible for planning, development and implementation of all of BAE’s marketing activities. Directs the efforts of the marketing staff, and coordinates at the strategic and tactical levels with the other functions of BAE. Leads the organization’s digital transformation.
The position reports to the Executive Director and serves as a member of the senior
management team. Collaborates with staff and board in charting the marketing programs and execution of BAE.
This position is responsible for overseeing the development of curriculum for all in-school programs and the cultivation of New York City Center’s teaching artist ensemble. In addition, the Education Manager manages both the administrative and creative apprenticeship programs. This position reports to the Director of Education & Community Engagement.
- Manage the development of curriculum alongside Teaching Artists, as well as content for all in-school programs including workshops,