Cultural Arts Director, City of Garland
The Cultural Arts Director is responsible for directing the administration and operations of the City’s Cultural facilities. Also responsible for developing relationships with residents, performing arts organizations and presenters.
Administrator, Hamiltonian Arts (Washington, D.C.)
Hamiltonian Artists seeks a team-oriented, ambitious professional to fill the role of Administrator. The Administrator will work closely with the Executive Director and Fellowship Director to build and develop an inspiring new agenda for the Hamiltonian Artists’ Fellowship Program.
Fellowship Director, Hamiltonian Arts (Washington, D.C.)
Hamiltonian Artists seeks a collaborative, ambitious professional to fill the role of Fellowship Director. This is a new position in the organization.
The Fellowship Director will work closely with the Executive Director to develop an inspiring new vision for the Hamiltonian Artists’ Fellowship Program.
Executive Director, Arlington Arts Center (Arlington, VA)
The incoming Executive Director will bring an entrepreneurial approach to the business of running a nonprofit arts center, balancing needs of internal and external stakeholders, creating challenging and responsive public programs, and navigating a competitive funding landscape.
Gallery Associate, gallery neptune & brown (Washington, D.C.)
Art gallery specializing in modern and contemporary art seeks a tech-savvy Gallery Assistant with a four-year college degree and familiarity with art history who is motivated, responsible, and able to multitask. Attention to detail is essential, and graphic design experience is a plus. Candidate should be comfortable and experienced working with the public in person, on the telephone, and through email communications.
Media Relations Manager, The Phillips Collection (Washington, D.C.)
The Media Relations Manager will maintain and improve upon the museum’s media relations efforts, under the supervision of the Director of Marketing and Communications, through devising and implementing comprehensive media strategies for exhibitions, events, partnerships, and the institution.
Curatorial Manager, Madison Square Park Conservancy (New York)
Madison Square Park, a seven-acre urban oasis, is located in the heart of Manhattan’s Flatiron District. Madison Square Park Conservancy raises the funds that support a program of commissioned contemporary public art, lush horticulture, Park maintenance, Park security and other free cultural programs.The Curatorial Manager will provide support for all of Madison Square Park Conservancy’s outdoor exhibitions and will report to the Deputy Director/Chief Curator and work in concert with the Senior Project Manager and all departments.
Curator, Tudor Place (Washington, D.C.)
Tudor Place seeks a Curator who will advance the organization’s new mission and vision through dynamic leadership in the interpretation of the museum collections and site history. This position is responsible for
supervising the care and preservation of the Collection, including more than 18,000 objects and 300 linear feet of archival material.
Community School Director, Young Audiences New York (New York, NY)
Young Audiences New York (YANY) is looking for an exceptional, full-time Community School Director who will lead the integration of holistic, arts-centered programming at P.S. 205X and serve as a leader in the school to provide enrichment opportunities to help children and their families thrive.
Shiff Curator of Climate Change,Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada has opened a new position for a dynamic, creative and entrepreneurial leader with a track record of research, publications, and public engagement around the issues of climate change to launch a unique, trans-disciplinary and outward-facing initiative focused on the most critical issue of our time. The Shiff Curator of Climate Change will create a vital public platform that establishes the ROM as a thought leader on the scientific, cultural and social issues of the climate crisis.
Development Administrative Assistant, Art21
Art21 is looking for a highly organized and dedicated Development and Administrative Assistant (DAA) with 1-2 years of non-profit experience.The DAA will play a vital role managing the organization’s administrative needs, and will assist the Executive Director and Development team’s fundraising efforts.
President and Executive Director, Creative Capital
The President and Executive Director will lead a national organization at the forefront of artistic innovation in service of a wide array of artists, funders, and people who are committed to pushing the boundaries of artistic exploration and creative impact.
Assistant Professor in Painting and Drawing, University of Washington, School of Art + Art History + Design
Faculty in the Painting and Drawing Program are invested in painting and drawing as a form of critical inquiry, integrating research, and interdisciplinary approaches to making work and pedagogy. The Painting and Drawing Program faculty, work with undergraduate and graduate art students, as well as students from other disciplines in the School and across the university.
Assistant Professor of Art – Photography, Carleton College
We seek a colleague who will lead our course offerings in various photographic processes and media. The successful candidate will be well-versed in emergent post-photographic technologies and conversant in the contemporary discourse about image reproduction strategies. Candidates must be dedicated to teaching in a small, liberal arts college; committed to working closely with colleagues in the combined Art and Art History Department; and intent on forging collaborative relationships across disciplines
Director of Development , Headlands Center for the Arts
The Director of Development (DoD) serves as a key member of the senior leadership team, steering Headlands’ efforts in fundraising strategy and execution for institutional advancement efforts. The DoD supervises three Development staff members and stewards relationships with the Board of Directors and related Committees, leading the organization’s major donor fundraising efforts.
Fine Art Cataloger , Albright-Knox Art Gallery
The Fine Art Cataloger reports to the Curator for the Collection and is a key member of a cross-departmental Collections team. Responsible for cataloguing works in the Fine Art Collection in the museum’s Collection Management Database (MIMSY XG), and performing basic database management duties
Administrator, Fine Art Department; Bonhams, Los Angeles
This position is responsible for coordinating and managing fine art property inventory and movement, including inbound receiving, outbound transfer to other salerooms, and outbound property release for our Los Angeles based Fine Art Department.
Executive Director, Erie Museum of Art
The Executive Director is responsible for the management and operation of the EAM, including budgeting; staffing; fundraising; oversight of the development, curation and presentation of exhibitions and related programs; care and development of the collections; and care of the facilities.
Content Manager, HEMPHILL Fine Arts
HEMPHILL, a leading gallery of contemporary art in Washington, DC, seeks a new addition to its gallery staff. The Content Manager is responsible for organizing and presenting gallery content for the promotion of the gallery and its artists and exhibitions, artwork inventory, and consignments.
Donor Relations Manager, First Nations Development Institute
The Donor Relations Manager is part of the development team and responsible for implementing the donor relations strategy in conjunction with the Vice President of Communications, Grantmaking & Development and the Individual Giving Director. The Donor Relations Manager
supports the development team’s efforts to broaden First Nations’ individual donor base, providing major gift, sustainer and planned giving donor pipelines, along with supporting direct response activities generating a growing revenue stream for the organization.
The Faith Flanagan Fellowship Program
The Faith Flanagan Fellowship Program provides ArtTable Chapter mentorship, resources and support within the D.C. Chapter to a few select individuals with at least 2 years of experience in the visual arts field. The Fellowship Program focuses on the empowerment and growth of the next generation of arts leaders through building relationships and offering progressive programming. The D.C. Chapter will select up to 3 women for a one-year Fellowship beginning Fall 2020.