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We list any part-time, full-time, temporary, internship and apprentice experiences for individual artists, designers, performers, writers and all other creative professions. 

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Call For Teaching Artists

DANCECleveland is looking to expand its Teaching Artist Roster for its highly successful Read To Learn…Dance To Move program. 

Graphic Design Intern

Marcus Thomas is seeking an Art Production (studio) Manager with a broad understanding of all facets of advertising, passionate about digital and print art production alike, to lead a dedicated art studio team.

Gallery Teacher

This part-time position supports gallery lessons and experiences conducted through the Department of Learning and Engagement.

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

The Marketing and Communications Coordinator is an integral part-time position working closely with the Heights Arts staff and Executive Director to develop and promote programs that further the mission, vision, and strategic plan of the organization and cultivate greater community awareness and participation. This position is deadline-oriented and must coordinate all marketing and communications deadlines for over 60 programs and events a year, along with deadlines related to fundraising and membership drives. Strong communication skills are necessary to tell the Heights Arts story via public relations, advertising, and a strong online presence, and by helping represent Heights Arts at public events. The position also supports the Executive Director by gathering material for grant reporting and the Gallery Manager by helping to cover store / exhibition hours, as well as staffing events.

Theater Supervisor

Under the guidance of the Production Managers, the Theater Supervisor will be responsible for, but not limited to: performing multiple tasks as described in the LCCC Theater Supervisor Job Description including assisting with the operation and maintenance of College performance facilities, mechanical systems and equipment; assisting with the training and supervision of stage assistants, Theater Assistants and Theater Technicians; and assisting with managing, supervising and performing the operations of the Stocker Arts Center by implementing College and community events.

Production Specialist

A full-time position to assist the Production Manager with the planning and execution of production work, and to assist the Rental Shop Manager with equipment preparation and repair. This is a hands-on detail-oriented position.

Shop Technician

A full time position, responsible for assisting the Shop Manager with getting equipment where it is supposed to be, when it is supposed to be there.  This is a hands on, detail oriented job where organizational skills are a must.

Intake Specialist

An Intake Specialist’s primary role is to support the Specialists during the intake, cataloging, and sale of property. An Intake Specialist possesses intermediate expertise in one or more categories of items sold throughout the company. They use this expertise to mange incoming property in a physical and digital capacity. Further, they assist the Specialists to inventory, catalogue, locate and reassign items for auction that have been brought to Cowan’s, in order to present them in their best light.

Professional Picture Framer and Designer

They are looking for full-time and/or part-time creatives in their family-owned professional picture framing retail locations.

Patron Services Coordinator

The Patron Services Coordinator is the front-line interface between Apollo’s Fire and its family of subscribers, donors and single-ticket buyers.

Community Engagement and Education Manager

This position has primary responsibility and is accountable for managing programs, services, staff and community engagement activities under the leadership and direction of the Senior Director of Community Engagement and Education.

Early Childhood Museum Educator

MOCA is building a team of enthusiastic, flexible and creative freelance teachers for its growing Education Department. Experienced preschool teachers will lead guided tours and programs for the museum’s youngest learners, here for their first experiences at MOCA. The ideal candidate is a playful and skilled teacher, experienced at leading age appropriate open-ended conversations, inspiring curiosity and imaginative play, and delivering and maintaining clear direction for museum appropriate boundaries. Skilled educators may be invited to develop future tour and program content.

Part-time Visitor Engagement Associate

Are you a “cultural adventurer” who loves meeting new people while spending time in a fun, creative environment? Visitor Engagement Associates at MOCA are enthusiastic, outgoing individuals who ensure a consistent, intentional and memorable experience for all museum visitors. Responsibilities include welcoming and engaging visitors, ticketing, concierge service, keeping the welcome area presentable, and scheduling museum tours.

Winter/Spring Internships

MOCA Cleveland is looking for student interns for the winter/spring season. They place students in nearly every department at MOCA and descriptions for available internships can be found at http://mocacleveland.org/about/jobs. Internships at MOCA are unpaid however they will happily collaborate with educational institutions to give academic credit for the experience.

Associate Director/Director of Corporate Partnerships

The Cleveland Museum of Art is currently seeking either an Associate Director or a Director of Corporate Partnerships to be responsible for a wide range of private sector partnerships to fund defined revenue goals that support the museum’s programs and strategic priorities. This person will be responsible for initiating and building corporate relationships and attracting resources for institutional priorities outlined in the museum’s strategic plan. S/he will organize, and coordinate comprehensive and cohesive programs for corporate sponsorships and memberships.

Director of Community Partnerships

The Director of Community Partnerships is responsible for developing and executing a strategy that establishes meaningful relationships and partnerships on behalf of the Museum in order to cultivate new audiences, ensure accessibility for all and achieve community participation in the development of new programming. The Director of Community Partnerships will oversee the implementation and management of collection driven outreach initiatives throughout the city and region.

Development Manager, Apollo's Fire

The Development Manager is the key staff member responsible for managing the Annual Fund and special events, and plays an important role in donor relations. He/she reports to the General Manager and also serves as a liaison with some committees of the Board. The DM’s important leadership of the Individual Donations area and Special Events allows the General Manager to focus on major gifts and corporate sponsorships.

Director of Marketing

Cleveland Play House (CPH) seeks a Director of Marketing to lead all aspects of marketing, audience services, and communications to establish a large, diverse, and loyal audience base; grow public enthusiasm for CPH artistic and educational programs; and position the organization for long-term success through effective audience development, public relations, and branding strategies.

Accounting Assistant (part-time)

The Accounting Assistant is responsible for the financials of the Capital Campaign and reports to the Director of Accounting. This position will handle various general ledger reconciliations, uploading of payroll reports, bank reconciliations and maintaining of the accounts payables and accounts receivables campaign files. They will also work on joint assignments with the other Accounting Assistant.

Assistant Professor - Theatre

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Baldwin Wallace University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor faculty position in Lighting, beginning August 2018. The successful candidate will teach courses in the theatre program; design for our mainstage season; teach additional courses in area of expertise (i.e., sound, theatre technology, projections, Vectorworks, etc.); advise students. Service on department and university-wide committees is expected.