Jobs Board

After-School Teaching Assistant

Marquis Studios

Marquis Studios is currently seeking teaching assistants to provide additional support in our After-school programs throughout all 5 boroughs of New York City. We offer diverse programming in the visual and performing arts. The teaching assistant program aims to match applicants with arts disciplines of their interest while providing meaningful teaching experiences. The ideal candidate will have a passion for arts education and experience working with students to enhance their knowledge of the arts.

About Marquis Studios:

Founded In 1977,

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Video Production Manager

Symphony Space

Symphony Space is a multidisciplinary performing arts center where bold programming,  presented in a uniquely warm and welcoming environment, forges indelible relationships  between artists and audiences. Our fundamental mission is to connect art, ideas, and  community through our programs and our commitment to literacy and education through the  arts. On our New York City stages, through our national broadcasts, and in the classrooms and  communities we serve throughout the country, we foster access to the arts through all the  disciplines.

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Fiscal Associate


About the Organization:

For 42 years ArtsConnection has provided innovative arts programming to millions of students in the NYC public school system, enhancing their intellectual, social and emotional growth, while developing groundbreaking educational models. Each year, ArtsConnection partners with over 120 schools across all five boroughs, reaching students in grades pre-K-12, through programs taught by a culturally diverse faculty of professional artists in media, theater, dance, visual art and music. During the out-of-school hours,

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Workforce Development Coach

Hook Arts Media

Hook Arts Media is seeking an experienced young adult Workforce Development Coach for its Digital Connections/Film Fellows program.

Hook Arts Media’s Digital Connections Film Fellows program is our most advanced film production program. It will provide advanced film production training, workforce readiness training, internship placements, and post-program job placements within NYC’s media and entertainment industry to eight Film Fellows. It is designed expressly for the purpose of eliminating barriers to employment and to establish a pipeline of low-income young adults with technical and academic skills to employment in the NYC media industry.

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Teaching Artist for Staging Pride: Queer Youth Theater

National Queer Youth Theater


National Queer Theater is seeking two Teaching Artists to lead Staging Pride: Queer Youth Theater in New York City. Staging Pride is a new free after school theater education program for LGBTQ youth ages 12-18 that focuses on building positive self-esteem and community through the performing arts.

With the support of The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation, NQT Teaching Artists will serve two cohorts of LGBTQ youth each over two semesters in Spring and Fall of 2022.

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Marketing and Social Media Manager

Building for the Arts

About the Role

Building for the Arts – the New York-based national nonprofit behind Theatre Row and Music and the Brain – is seeking an energetic, entrepreneurial, full-time Marketing and Social Media Manager to start in early September.  Reporting to the COO and working closely with the Development Manager and both program teams, the Marketing and Social Media Manager is responsible for developing and managing campaigns to advance the vision, mission, values, and strategic objectives of BFA.

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Education Manager

Queens Museum

Position Title: Education Manager

Department: Education

Reports to: Director of Education

Position classification: Full time, exempt (salaried), benefits-eligible

Worksite location: onsite at the Queens Museum (Corona, NY)

Salary band: C1 – Manager ($58,500 – $63,000 annually)

About Queens Museum:

The Queens Museum is dedicated to presenting the highest quality visual arts and educational programs for people in the New York metropolitan area,

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Public Programs & Community Engagement Coordinator

The Studio Museum in Harlem


The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society. The Public Programs & Community Engagement Coordinator (PPCE), under the supervision of the department’s Director, will oversee the coordination and production of the Museum’s public programs and community engagement initiatives for adult audiences.

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Assistant/Associate Educator

Metropolitan Museum of Art

About the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art collects, studies, conserves, and presents significant works of art across all times and cultures in order to connect people to creativity, knowledge, and ideas. The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in two iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. Since it was founded in 1870,

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Director of Learning and Engagement

Everson Museum of Art

The Everson Museum of Art seeks an experienced Director of Learning and Engagement to expand access to meaningful learning opportunities across the museum experience—onsite, in the community, and virtually—for all ages and abilities. A newly-created position, the Director will evaluate the museum’s current educational initiatives and develop and implement a new comprehensive strategy that aligns with the Everson’s mission and commitment to DEAI values, current pedagogy, and best practices in the field. The ideal candidate will bring an enthusiastic and proactive attitude,

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