We list any part-time, full-time, temporary, internship and apprentice experiences for individual artists, designers, performers, writers and all other creative professions.
Dates: 10 June 2019- 28 June 2019 (Session I), 8 July 2019- 26 July 2019 (Session II)
(Session I performances: Thursday, 27 June at 7:00pm; Friday, 28 June at 1:00pm)(Session II performances: Thursday, 25 July at 7:00pm; Friday, 26 July at 1:00pm)
Compensation: $900 per sessionLocation: Kulas Auditorium, John Carroll University
• Must be able to work both sessions, 8:50am-3:00pm, M-F
The Accounts Payable Coordinator manages all accounts payable processing for CIM. In addition, this position is a back-up for office services, and performs other special projects as requested. This position reports to the Manager of Accounting.
The Cleveland Institute of Music is seeking a Manager Institutional Giving to serve as a key member of the Cleveland Institute of Music's Development Department. The Manager of Institutional Giving has the responsibility for comprehensive oversight and success of approximately $600,000 in contributed annual revenue from corporate, foundation, special projects, and government funding campaigns. This team member must be a dynamic self-starter who demonstrates a high level of institutional knowledge as well as a sophisticated level of strategic thinking and writing as they cultivate and steward donors of CIM.
The Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) is seeking an experienced, energetic, driven and creative leader to spearhead the building of one-to-one relationships with CIM's highest value patrons. The Director will lead an institutional advancement team capable of meeting CIM's gift and gran requirements for general operating support, endowment and other special needs. This individual also supports the leadership of CIM in strategic fundraising and planning initiatives. The Director shall serve as a member of the President's Council and reports to the Managing Director of External Affairs.
IMPACT COMMUNICATIONS is looking for a talented Graphic Designer to join their dynamic and creative team. This full-time role will specialize in designing and creating graphics for corporate meetings and events, immersive exhibits, video and a wide variety of interactive applications for web and mobile.
Baldwin Wallace Community Arts School is looking for experienced, qualified dance instructors to add to their growing dance department. The ideal candidate is qualified to instruct multiple dance genres, has professional experience, teaching experience, and dance education credits and/or certifications.
Responsible for safely operating and general maintenance of all decorating equipment such as large format printer, engraving machine, etc. Required to set up customer orders accurately on all machinery, perform quality control of all finished products while ensuring that production schedules are met.
The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL) is seeking cover letters and resumes for two Site Coordinator positions for the Summer 2019 ArtWorks program.
ArtWorks will take place at two central locations in downtown Cleveland, OH. The program will operate June 26–August 1, Monday-Friday, 9:30am–3:30pm, though some Saturdays and evenings may be required.Site Coordinators will work closely with administrative staff, professional teaching artists and teen-aged apprentices to primarily coordinate the day-to-day operations on-site at a single location, maintaining open communication among CAL staff, artists, apprentices and supporting partners. Site Coordinator must have consistent access to a reliable vehicle for transportation of him/herself and supplies between the CAL office in University Circle and the ArtWorks work locations.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please. A background check is required. Read more about OAC at orangeartcenter.org.
The Board of The Sculpture Center is now considering applications to the position of Executive Director + Chief Curator of The Sculpture Center. Qualified applicants must be ready and willing to take on the responsibility of the day to day institutional operations, and further and advance the mission of The Sculpture Center in exhibiting rapidly rising, mid-career, and established artists; The Sculpture Center is focused on early career sculptors of our greater region.
The Karamu House Theatre seeks a full-time Finance Director responsible for the efforts, results, and success of Karamu's finance department. The Finance Director provides financial advice and support to help senior executives make key decisions. The successful candidate will be responsible for budgeting, forecasting, account reconciliation and profit and loss reporting. The Director of Finance will oversee all accounting activities related to income auditing, accounts payable processing, accounts receivable collection, tax compliance and payroll.
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
A public employee appointed by the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director will be the chief executive officer of CAC, accountable for the agency’s responsible stewardship of public funds in support of the county’s arts and culture ecosystem. The Executive Director will be one of the region’s leading public voices for the importance of arts and culture in daily life through social vitality, educational impact, creativity, and economic development. Responsible for driving performance in the relentless pursuit of transparency in CAC’s mission and vision, the Executive Director will also be the organization’s chief fiscal officer, managing the effective investment and distribution of CAC funds and ensuring compliance with all legal and regulatory guidelines and requirements.
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.