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Music Programs Manager

Bronx Arts Ensemble

Role and Responsibilities:

The BAE Music Programs Manager is responsible for implementing BAE’s vision of an integrated approach to music performance and arts education. Working closely with the Executive Director and all other members of the BAE team, the Music Programs Manager will be responsible for:

  • Work collaboratively with arts in education program coordinators to design & implement music education curriculum, recruit & assess music teaching artists, & design of music education assessment tools
  • Create &
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Administrative Fellow

New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW)

NYTW is proud to announce the 2021/22 Season 2050 Administrative Fellowship program—a sister program to our successful 2050 Artistic Fellowship, which supports emerging playwrights and directors. Replacing our old internship program, the fellowship represents one of several NYTW initiatives to address the economic barriers that may prevent talented individuals from pursuing careers in the theatre.

For over 20 years, NYTW has honed an inclusive fellowship program for emerging theatre makers with a multiplicity of perspectives.

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Engagement and Education Programs Manager

Little Island

Little Island is a beautiful, welcoming and unique public park located in Hudson River Park at 13th/14th St. Opening in spring 2021, Little Island invites all New Yorkers and visitors to experience a new public space that is designed to inspire imagination and creativity and provide visitors of all ages with a one-of-a-kind relationship with nature and art.

Engagement and Education Programs Manager

Little Island seeks an experienced professional arts educator and administrator who will be responsible for supporting the implementation of an array of arts-based community engagement and educational programming.

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Arts in Education Coordinator

Brooklyn Arts Council

Reports to: Arts in Education Director

Classification: Non-exempt, Full Time, Temp to Perm 

Salary: $40,000 with benefits, position is through June 2021 with possibility to be hired permanently, dependent on funding

Location: Remote Work that may require some in-office duties, all performed under safe, socially distanced protocols.

About Brooklyn Arts Council:

Celebrating more than 50 years of service, Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC) is the borough’s leading nonprofit organization supporting artists and cultural groups in all disciplines.

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Lincoln Center Internship (Class of 2022)

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Lincoln Center Internship (Class of 2022) Part-time: September, 2021 – August , 2022

Pay: $25/hour

The Lincoln Center Internship is a paid, year-long, rotational, virtual arts administration internship for NYC undergraduates that incubates the next generation of leaders in Arts & Culture and beyond.

Interns gain access to:

  • Work experience that spans the Lincoln Center campus
  • Professional development that builds essential skills
  • Community building that creates a trusted peer network
  • Conversation Series that features leaders from across the sector
  • Capstone Project that challenges interns to innovate
  • Special Events that make Lincoln Center the world’s leading performing arts center

You’ll be a great fit if…

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Director of Development and Operations

Broadway Bound Kids

Broadway Bound Kids’ Mission:

Established in 2004, Broadway Bound Kids is a nonprofit providing a transformative and inclusive environment that inspires youth through performing arts education.  We provide comprehensive interactive programs for Pre-K through 12th Grade in the performing arts that focus on enhancing technical skills, social emotional learning, confidence, connection, mindfulness, and creativity.  Social justice is central to our programming and organizational culture as we work to break down societal and financial barriers for youth,

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Executive Director

GALLIM

GALLIM is seeking a futuristic-thinking, creative, and energetic leader to serve as its next Executive Director. Collaborating with and supporting Artistic Director, Andrea Miller, the Board of Directors, artists and staff, the Executive Director will provide strategic direction, executive leadership, producing and administrative guidance.

The Executive Director will partner with the Artistic Director in leading GALLIM through an ongoing evolution from a traditionally structured touring dance company into a movement based, interdisciplinary live and digital production company.

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Visual Teaching Artist

Behind the Book

Behind the Book is a literacy non-profit that serves students in high need NYC public schools. Working with classrooms from Pre K-12, Behind the Book identifies books that speak to urban youth and partners with teachers to create immersive curriculum units by bringing the authors of those books into the classroom. Through a series of workshops, authors discuss their book and teach a genre of writing, encouraging students to see themselves as readers and writers and ultimately guiding them in the creation and publication of their own original writing and artwork.

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Associate Director

Broadway Bound Kids

Broadway Bound Kids’ Mission:

Established in 2004, Broadway Bound Kids is a nonprofit providing a transformative and inclusive environment that inspires youth through performing arts education.  We provide comprehensive interactive programs for Pre-K through 12th Grade in the performing arts that focus on enhancing technical skills, social emotional learning, confidence, connection, mindfulness, and creativity.  Social justice is central to our programming and organizational culture as we work to break down societal and financial barriers for youth,

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Part-Time Outdoor Music Class Facilitator in Central Park

Upper Manhattan Forest Kids (UMFK)

POSITION SUMMARY 

Upper Manhattan Forest Kids (UMFK) seeks a Part-Time Outdoor Music Class Facilitator to work with us during our 2021 Spring Season and beyond. This Facilitator will partner directly with the multi-racial co-founders to implement lesson plans in UMFKs current curricula. Work is entirely outdoors for the duration of each 2-hour class in all types of weather (excluding extreme cold and wind). 

Responsibilities: 

  • Provide direct instruction using the UMFK curriculum to an assigned group of 5 to 8 children  during class days on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. 
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