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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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Faculty Tenure Track-9 Mo - Sculpture and Expanded Media

Opportunity for an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in Sculpture and Expanded Media, School of Art, Kent State University.

Development Manager

Arts Cleveland is seeking a mid-level development professional generalist to manage its fundraising program. The ideal candidate will have passion for the arts and fundraising experience in the non-profit community. The development manager will add expertise to the Arts Cleveland team, helping implement an expanded philanthropic program to support Arts Cleveland and its mission of advancing the arts and culture community in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. 

Assistant Professor of Costume Design (tenure track)

The School of Theatre and Dance invites an engaging and collaborative individual who appreciates and respects a diverse academic environment and who shares our commitment to inclusivity in classrooms and on stage, to join a progressive faculty for a 9-month, Tenure-Track position in Costume Design and Technology starting August 19, 2019.

Assistant Professor of Dance (non-tenure track)

The Kent State University School of Theatre and Dance seeks an engaging and collaborative musical theatre individual who appreciates and respects a diverse academic environment and who shares our commitment to inclusivity in classrooms and on stage for a 9-month, Non-Tenure track renewable position in Musical Theatre Dance starting August 19, 2019.

Assistant Professor of Stage Management (non-tenure track)

The School of Theatre and Dance seeks an engaging and collaborative individual who appreciates and respects a diverse academic environment and shares our commitment to inclusivity in classrooms and on stage for a 12-month, Non-Tenure-Track position: Assistant Professor in stage management.

Community Engagement Manager

Beck Center for the Arts seeks a self-motivated, creative, and strategic individual to join them in the role of Community Engagement Manager.
In coordination with the President & CEO, the Community Engagement Manager is responsible for creating, implementing and managing Beck Center’s overall community engagement strategy to include: overseeing the volunteer program, building and sustaining relationships with a diverse population of community stakeholders, developing and managing a sustainable and legally compliant collegiate internship program, and providing other support, as needed, to the President & CEO.

Assistant Professor of Stage Management

The School of Theatre and Dance at Kent seeks an engaging and collaborative individual who appreciates and respects a diverse academic environment and shares our commitment to inclusivity in classrooms and on stage for a 12-month, Non-Tenure-Track position: Assistant Professor in stage management.

Responsibilities include teaching courses in stage management for BFA and BA degree programs, and act as stage manager for a minimum of one production per year. The candidate will also supervise undergraduate stage managers in all main-stage production assignments throughout the academic year, and serve in a supervisory role throughout the Porthouse season. Candidate will collaborate effectively with diverse students and faculty.

Neighborhood Technology Coordinator

Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation (FRDC) currently has an exciting employment opportunity for a community-focused, innovative professional who is interested in developing and implementing technology programming that bridges the digital divide and provides workforce readiness training. The ideal candidate for the Neighborhood Technology Coordinator (NTC) position will feel comfortable providing technology instruction to students with diverse skill levels, a strong desire to expand the program through community outreach, an understanding of website management, and the ability to maintain accurate records of activities/monthly reporting.

Community Engagement Specialist

The Community Engagement Specialist works to build impactful engagement with Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s target audiences online and in the community, so that more survivors of rape and sexual abuse seek the Center’s services. The Community Engagement Specialist position is an opportunity for a highly motivated individual to help others and gain experience working for a growing nonprofit organization within the social justice and social services sectors.

Senior Development Coordinator

The Cleveland Orchestra is currently seeking a Senior Development Coordinator who will serve as the primary point of contact for all administrative responsibilities pertaining to Philanthropy & Advancement. This position serves as a liaison to a number of board committees and acts as primary support to the Senior Director of Development and the overall Philanthropy & Advancement Office. This position also supervises the Senior Development Associate.

Director of Programs

Center for Arts-Inspired Learning is seeking a visionary, dynamic and innovative Director of Programs to design and lead arts education programming and create new opportunities for young people through the arts. S/he focuses on the outreach and cultivation of partnerships with the education, arts, and funding communities to maximize the positive impact of CAL programs and services on teaching and learning for youth. S/he strengthens the organization’s leadership role in the field of arts education and works closely with the Education Department to realize annual and long-term goals of CAL. The Director of Programs reports to the Executive Director.

Marketing Manager

The Marketing Manager is responsible for the timely creation of all print and digital media necessary to ensure Near West Theatre’s strategic marketing and communication efforts and increase organizational awareness and visibility. The Marketing Manager will assure effective management of the print and digital marketing, advertising, public relations and communications of the organization and associated budgets.

CARE Teaching Artist

Under the oversight of the CARE Project Director, the CARE teaching artist will work in a team in the implementation of high quality instruction for CARE, an arts-integration program developed and researched through a grant awarded by the US Department of Education.

The George Gund Foundation Seeks 2019-2021 Fellow

The George Gund Foundation Fellowship provides an opportunity for promising professionals to work inside the Foundation. The Fellowship is a two-year, full-time commitment beginning in summer 2019, requiring residence in Northeast Ohio during the term of engagement.

Annual Giving Officer

The Cleveland Orchestra is seeking an Annual Giving Officer who will engage prospects, donors and other members of the community in philanthropic support of The Cleveland Orchestra.

Art Instructor

Brecksville Center for the Arts is seeking qualified instructors to teach art classes or workshops for children and/or adults that encourage self-expression and creativity. BCA is accepting class proposals in a variety of media for the coming 2019 season. Both day and evening time slots are available. In particular, BCA is interested in artists who possess talents in the area of jewelry making, art journaling, oil painting, pastels, stained glass, and printmaking.

CPT Technical Director

Cleveland Public Theatre is hiring a Technical Director. The Technical Director reports to the Associate Artistic Director/Director of Production as a year-round, salaried, staff position working well over 40 hours a week. Salary is competitive based on comparable theatres nationally and is commensurate with experience.

Resident Teaching Artist: Performing Arts

Center for Arts-Inspired Learning is seeking a dynamic and innovative teaching artist with experience in theater, musical theater, or dance as well as skills and knowledge of teaching youth to join their staff to facilitate school residencies, workshops, and professional development. The Resident Teaching Artist (RTA) works to ensure that CAL develops successful, effective, and creative arts integration and educational programs for a variety of learners throughout Northeast Ohio. RTAs research and develop programs that are innovative, of high artistic merit, and connected and integrated into core subject matter. As a teaching artist in the community representing CAL, RTAs partner with educators to use art to impact student learning and outcomes. RTAs gather data, document processes and participate in professional development annually.