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HIRING TEACHING ARTISTS AND THEATER ARTISTS FOR FALL 2017 SEASON

Brooklyn Acting Lab

We are currently seeking teaching artists, directors, assistant directors, choreographers, music directors, and designers for our Fall 2017 Season. All candidates must have experience working with young people. BAL is a not-for-profit theater company and training program for people of all ages. Our youth programs serve children from ages 3-15. We offer a range of workshops including Storybook Theater, Musical Theater, and Devised Acting Labs. We make theater that is ensemble-driven, collaborative and rooted in physical theater and improvisation.

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DIGITAL DESIGN TEACHING ARTIST

92nd Street Y

Position Summary Reporting to the Director of the Center for Education Outreach, 92Y seeks a Digital Design Teaching Artist for the Schools Partnership Program who plans and implements in-class instruction for elementary school students at 92Y’s partnership school: PS 23 Brooklyn and PS 151 Manhattan. 92nd Street Y Center for Education Outreach launched its STEAM programs in 2013 with 3D Digital Design, a dynamic project-based learning program that uniquely combines STEM pedagogy with a creative arts curriculum for middle and high school students.

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ONSITE MEMBERSHIP REPRESENTATIVES (PART TIME)

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), an internationally recognized presenter of contemporary performing arts and cinema, seeks passionate, articulate, success-driven sales representatives to join our onsite Membership sales team. The shifts (4-6 hours) take place Tuesday-Sunday, between 12:00-10:00pm. Part-time, approx. 12 – 20 hours per week. Must be available to work both weekdays and weekends (and some holidays). To succeed, you need to be passionate, persevering and possess distinct optimism.

Responsibilities: Generates proactive membership sales efforts on site before live performances,

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TEACHING ARTIST, THE MOTH EDUCATION PROGRAM

The Moth

JOB LISTING: Teaching Artist, The Moth Education Program About The Moth: The Moth is an acclaimed not-for-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling. Through its ongoing programs, The Moth has presented more than ten thousand stories, told live and without notes, to standing-room-only crowds worldwide. The Moth podcast and Peabody Award-winning The Moth Radio Hour, are downloaded over 1.5M weekly and its book, The Moth: 50 True Stories is an international bestseller.

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Associate, Social Impact Programs

Carnegie Hall

Department: Weill Music Institute
Reports to: Manager, Social Impact Programs
Job Code: ASIP

Carnegie Hall seeks an Associate, Social Impact Programs. The Program Associate will provide project and grant coordination and administrative support for NeON Arts including the grant selection process, recruitment, evaluation and communication, and overall program planning as it relates to the administration of the granting program, the art projects and the public events with artists, partners and arts organizations. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Program liaison to multiple partners including individuals at the seven Department of Probation (DOP) Neighborhood Opportunity Network (NeON) sites,
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Teaching Artist (Visual / Digital / Performing Arts)

St. Nick's Alliance

St. Nicks’ elementary after school programs include Literacy, STEM, Social-Emotional Learning, Arts, Movement, homework start, and weekly clubs based on children’s interests and strengths. Middle School programs also include leadership and project-based clubs that respond to the unique developmental needs and interests of middle school aged youth. Clubs can include Music (vocal, song-writing, production, instruments, etc.); Dance (hip-hop, ballroom, ballet, Latin, etc.); Art (visual, sculpture, crafts, photography, animation, etc.); Hands-on (cooking, science experiments, environmental, etc.);

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Vocal Arts Teaching Artist

92nd Street Y

DESCRIPTION

92Y Center for Education Outreach is seeking a qualified and versatile vocal arts teaching artist as part of the Concerts Schools Project. The Concerts Schools Project provides invited public high school students with after-school music instruction and enables students to attend concerts at 92Y at no cost to the student or school.

Essential duties:

We are looking for a dedicated, flexible, and professional teaching artist with experience in classical, jazz and/or popular music for the 2017/18 school year (September 2017-June 2018).

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Arts Administration Internship Coordinator

Teachers College, Columbia University

DESCRIPTION

The Arts Administration (ARAD) graduate program at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking an entrepreneurially-minded, motivated Internship Coordinator to take its Internship Program to the next level of excellence. Reporting to the Program Manager, the Internship Coordinator is responsible for the design and implementation of the required internship for the M.A. degree, which includes developing and leading a semester-long series of professional development workshops for students in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders. This is a part-time position (20 hours/week).

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Coordinator, Learning & Engagement Programs

Carnegie Hall

Department: Weill Music Institute
Reports to: Managers, Learning & Engagement Programs
Job Code: CLEP

Carnegie Hall seeks a Coordinator, Learning & Engagement Programs. The Coordinator will provide general assistance and support to three of the Weill Music Institute’s Learning & Engagement programs – Link Up, Musical Explorers, and Family Programs. This position supports two Managers of Learning & Engagement Programs and the Assistant Director of Learning & Engagement Programs. Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as main contact for participating Link Up and Musical Explorers teachers;
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Associate, Future Music Project

Carnegie Hall

Department: Weill Music Institute
Reports to: Assistant Director, Youth Programs
Job Code: AFMP

Carnegie Hall seeks an Associate, Future Music Project. Primary responsibilities include being a project, operations, and process manager for Future Music Project Programs in the Resnick Education Wing and community settings. Future Music Project Programing includes Weekly Workshops, Count Me In, the Future Music Project Ensemble. Programming runs Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 4:00-7:00 pm, and Saturdays 11 am to 4 pm September through June.

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