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Art Therapy Studio is searching for a Development and Fundraising Specialist.
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moCa Cleveland’s Engagement Guides are a diverse community of museum educator apprentices who guide visitors, all of whom we call learners, in their on-site experience. Engagement Guides move throughout the museum each day, welcoming and orienting learners, supporting and customizing their experience, nurturing dialogue, caring for the art and architecture, and contributing innovative ideas to enhancing future onsite experiences. Engagement Guides are naturally curious and enthusiastic about museums, contemporary issues, artists, and culture. They are active listeners who demonstrate patience, generosity, and consideration with all museum visitors, ensuring a coordinated, consistent, and memorable experience for all. As Apprentices, the Engagement Guide group will take trips to area cultural organizations and happenings, network with cultural practitioners, and receive ongoing mentoring from moCa Leadership. This position is best suited to someone interested in starting a career in the cultural sector.
The Clinical Director is responsible for providing leadership and clinical oversight to the Art Therapy Studio's clinical staff. Major areas of responsibility will include clinical staff supervision and coordination, contracted programs development and maintenance, and direct service. The Clinical Director will also be an advocate for art therapy in the industry and in the communities we serve.
Baldwin Wallace Community Arts School is seeking a classical ballet instructor to begin work in September of 2019. They are looking for an exceptional, experienced, and motivated instructor to become a member of their esteemed faculty.
The ideal candidate has an extensive training background, professional performance credentials, and substantial teaching experience for students ages 6-21.
CPT is looking for an upbeat, charming, helpful person to engage with patrons and get them excited about their CPT experience. This role requires someone who is a fast learner, problem solver, team player, and has a great customer service and event planning mentality. The Patron Services Associate is responsible for managing and recording box office transactions, managing usher volunteers, and is a key player in all of CPT’s special events throughout the year.
The Director of Ticketing Services is a highly visible position, responsible for ensuring a hospitable, smooth, and efficient operation. This front-facing role is charged with leading by example in delivering unparalleled experiences to Cleveland Orchestra, Blossom Music Center, and Severance Hall guests; and collaborating with and coaching staff in effective service and personalized hospitality. This position works closely with the Sales/Marketing, Customer Experience, Finance, and Fundraising teams. Day-to-day management of the Ticket Office includes scheduling staff for daytime and evening operations; daily interaction with Cleveland Orchestra constituents; high-level utilization of the Tessitura ticketing system for reporting, tracking, set-up, account management, and fulfillment; supervision of the subscription representative; and management of subscription activities for external entities.
The Ticket Office Manager is a highly visible position, responsible for ensuring a hospitable, smooth, and efficient operation. This front-facing role is charged with leading by example in delivering unparalleled experiences to Cleveland Orchestra, Blossom Music Center, and Severance Hall guests; and collaborating with and coaching staff in effective service and personalized hospitality. This position works closely with the Sales/Marketing, Customer Experience, Finance, and Fundraising teams. Day-to-day management of the Ticket Office includes scheduling staff for daytime and evening operations, daily interaction with Cleveland Orchestra constituents, and high-level utilization of the Tessitura ticketing system for reporting, tracking, set-up, account management, and fulfillment.
The Marketing & Communications Director develops, implements, and evaluates a comprehensive communications strategy to define and enhance public perceptions of the museum in the local and global marketplace, crafts and delivers key institutional messages, increases awareness of exhibitions and programs, drives success in attendance, engagement, and earned income goals, and supports partnership and outreach objectives. With support from the Creative Director and the Communications Manager, the Marketing & Communications Director supervises advertising, media relations, social media, audience and partnership development, and individual and organizational outreach.
The Curator of Public Programs is responsible for developing, executing, and evaluating a successful and balanced annual roster of strategic, mission-based, engagement-focused programs for adult audiences. The Curator of Public Programs serves as the institutional lead for public programs that integrate our strategic plan goals, embody our brand, enhance our exhibitions, drive revenue, and emphasize diversity, innovation, collaboration, and relevance. Through strategic design and exceptional management, these public programs connect adult audiences to moCa and one another in meaningful ways that contribute to increased attendance, expanded audience, sustained engagement, advancing our global relevance, and deepen our public value.
Reporting directly to the Chief Curator, the Curatorial Assistant provides support for the Curatorial department’s daily operations and will have major involvement in the research and implementation of the museum’s ambitious exhibition program. S/he will manage contacts and correspondence; assist with the creation, development, and maintenance of exhibition checklists, object labels, and didactic materials; draft loan letters and assist in facilitating loan requests; field internal and external questions regarding the curatorial department;
The Director of Marketing and Communications supports the highest strategic priorities of Karamu and serves as a member of the leadership team. He or she will focus on growing new audiences while retaining and deepening relationships with current audiences. Through effective communication of the mission, vision and programming activities, the Director of Marketing and Communications develops and executes strategies to generate all earned ticket revenues for the theatre, education and community programming. The Director of Marketing and Communications plays a leading role in Karamu’s strategic planning initiatives which currently include 1) maintaining minimum ticket sales and fees at 65% of capacity for all performances, programs and services and 2) Increasing earned revenue.
Description: The Orange Art Center (OAC) is seeking qualified art instructors to teach art classes or workshops for young artists and/or adults in the newly renovated studios at OAC. OAC is accepting class proposals from teaching artists in the following disciplines: Painting + Drawing, Illustration, Ceramics, Sculpture, Jewelry + Metals, Photography + Video, and Printmaking. If you are an experienced art instructor looking to join a dedicated community of artist faculty members and students, please submit your bio, resume, and class proposal to email@example.com. No phone calls please. A background check is required. Read more about OAC at orangeartcenter.org.
Board of Director: If you have a genuine interest in the arts and believe they are an essential cornerstone of the community AND Can dedicate two to four hours per month to TMP AND Can contribute one of the following skill sets to the organization: Accounting, bookkeeping, financial oversight; Fundraising/event management; Public relations, social media expertise; Research skills; Legal expertise; Ability to help us address and increase diversity of our audience; Government relations.
Advisory Board Member: If you have a genuine interest in the arts and believe they are an essential cornerstone of the community AND Can serve as a resource to TMP's board of directors when specific help is needed. (Advisory board members consist of professionals who can't necessarily dedicate regular time to TMP, but are available to help answer questions or provide insight to their specific expertise as issues or topics come up) AND Can contribute one of the following skill sets to the organization: Accounting, bookkeeping, financial oversight; Fundraising/event management; Public relations, social media expertise; Research skills; Legal expertise; Ability to help us address and increase diversity of our audience; Government relations
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.