Jobs Board

Learning and Community Engagement Manager

National Guild for Community Arts Education

The Learning and Community Engagement Manager is a salaried, exempt position. The Manager reports to, and partners with, the Director of Conferences and Learning to ensure the Guild’s professional development training and networking opportunities align with the Guild’s mission to support teaching artists, administrators, and other stakeholders in the community arts education field.


Community Engagement:

  • Manage Community Conversations program, monthly “water cooler” conversations open to the public organized by program type and artistic discipline and lightly facilitated by Guild staff.
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Managing Director

Strike Anywhere Performance Ensemble

Established in 1997, the Strike Anywhere Performance Ensemble is an interdisciplinary collective of world-class improvising jazz musicians, dancers and actors in NYC. The Ensemble works at the crossroads of activism, arts and social justice, creating provocative performances and innovative education programs that promote empathy, creativity and civic discourse. SA’s community and educational programs employ an egalitarian and inclusive methodology; participants are put into the role of a devising artist and are offered an array of ways to contribute to collective explorations and the creation of work.

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Social Media Associate


ArtsConnection is a not-for-profit organization providing arts education programs, including in-school and after- school residencies, professional development, performances and family events to New York City public schools and Teen Programs during out of school time. The Social Media Associate will work directly with the Development/Communications Department to support organizational fundraising and visibility during the months spanning the preparation for, execution of and follow-up for the organization’s first virtual gala in early May, 2021.

Specific duties include:

  • Create and implement a gala-focused social media fundraising campaign to engage donors and amplify the event’s theme
  • Compile,
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Curriculum Consultants – Youth Programs

Powerhouse Arts

Powerhouse Arts is a not-for-profit based in Gowanus and Red Hook, Brooklyn, established to  create a robust platform for production and employment in the arts. Powerhouse Arts programming includes education, employment, and public engagement to increase access and  opportunity for participation in the arts for all New Yorkers. Powerhouse is stewarding the  redevelopment of the former Brooklyn Rapid Transit Power Station in Gowanus. The new facility  will house fabrication and production facilities in wood, metal,

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Executive Director

Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA)

Founded in 1979, Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA), an award-winning theatre producing Shakespeare  alongside a mix of diverse authors, is seeking a dynamic and committed individual to become its Education  Director. The Education Director oversees TFANA’s annual Arts in Education programs and initiatives, which  are integral to TFANA’s mission; the Director manages an Education Associate, along with 10-20 teaching  artists who are in classrooms through school residencies.  

TFANA created and runs the World Theatre Project,

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Program Manager


We seek an experienced and creative Program Manager to join our growing team. The Program Manager is the administrative and creative liaison to the organization’s external work and relations. This role will maintain the current scope of Hi-ARTS’ projects while thinking in innovative ways to develop new and support existing relationships and curate programming. The Program Manager will lead a newly defined
artistic department including our Curator in Residence and Project Associate. The position reports to the Executive Director.

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Usdan Lead Teacher

Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts

Position summary:

Over an 8- week course of study, Usdan Teachers will create and implement curricula, and teach and assess students at Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts on Usdan’s campus in Wheatley Heights, Long Island, NY.

Positions available:

Visual Art: Painting and Drawing, Sculpture, Sewing and Fashion Design, Childhood art 

Dance: Contemporary Dance, Early Childhood dance, Ballet/tap 

Music: Vocal ensemble (4 weeks only)

Nature: Nature/Collaborative Art,

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Development Coordinator

NYC Kids Project

NYC Kids Project is a non-profit arts/education organization advocating empathy, acceptance, and inclusion. Performances/classroom visits include the use of large theatrical puppets, storytelling, and sign-language–as well as an extensive question and answer period. The focus is on character development and social/emotional learning. Audiences talk with our puppet characters to ask questions about belonging and understanding others. They are encouraged to examine attitudes surrounding disabilities and differences while fostering empathy and an awareness of what truly connects us all.

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Production Coordinator (Seasonal)

Little Island

Little Island’s team of Seasonal Production Coordinators will be integral members of Little Island’s programming staff. An ideal candidate will have experience engaging with multi-disciplinary arts programming as well a proven track record of successful collaboration with a variety of artists, artistic and production staffs. All Production Coordinators will work closely with the Line Producer to ensure all day-of activities are executed excellently while managing time effectively and upholding Little Island’s standard of hospitality.

Applications for Production Coordinators will be accepted on a rolling basis,

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Assistant Commissioner, Program Services

NYC Department of Cultural Affairs

The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) is dedicated to strengthening New York City’s vibrant cultural life by providing funding and support to New York City’s cultural community, including the 34 institutions that comprise the Cultural Institutions Group (CIG) and more than 1,100 non-profit cultural organizations that receive regular annual support.  This constituency represents a diverse array of organizations – including performing arts groups, museums, theaters, zoos, botanical gardens, visual arts and film centers, community-based organizations,

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