Providence After School Alliance seeking Program Providers

The Providence After School Alliance (PASA), is excited to announce the opening of the 2018-2019 AfterZone Request for Proposals (RFP). The RFP for will remain open until 11:59 pm EST on Monday, August 6th.  PASA is looking to partner with unique and dynamic, non-profit organizations, community serving or educational for-profit organizations, dedicated Providence Public School teachers, and passionate individual artist, coaches and educators.

The AfterZone provides free after-school and expanded learning programming for over 1,500 middle school youth at five of the seven middle schools throughout the City of Providence. For more information, click here.

Applications for the Mineck Furniture Fellowship Now Open

The John D. Mineck Foundation has created a fellowship to encourage and support a young-in-career furniture artist with the financial assistance to help him/her succeed in his/her journey. The fellowship has been designed to help support a talented furniture artist looking to fulfill an apprenticeship, develop his/her own skills, and/or make the transition to independence.

The John D. Mineck Furniture Fellowship of $25,000 is awarded annually to one artist and is administered by The Society of Arts and Crafts. Applications are due August 13th. For more information and to apply, click here.

National Association of Latino Arts and Culture grant applications now open

As the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) approaches its 30th anniversary in May 2019, it announces the latest round of grant opportunities for Latino artists and arts organizations across the United States and Puerto Rico. Grants will support projects taking place in 2019, and applications are due Thursday, September 6, 2018. For more information on the various grants for both individual artists and arts organizations, click here.

Community MusicWorks seeks Director of Development

Community MusicWorks seeks a Director of Development. The Director of Development is responsible for the Individual Giving Program, manages the organization’s year-long cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities, manages a portfolio of grant requests and researches potential funders, and coordinates the organization’s capital campaign, along with overseeing two standing Board Committees. The ideal candidate has an extensive background in fundraising with demonstrated skill building successful philanthropy programs and major gift solicitations.

Interested applicants should send a resume and letter of interest to the attention of Sebastian Ruth, Founder & Artistic Director, at Full job description here.

Art League Rhode Island Call for Entry

ALRI calls for 2 and 3d art for Parsing Sign and Image- an Open Juried National Exhibition. Images have power to convey ideas across languages and cultures. Images can stand alone without relying on a literal translation. Today, our visual fields are filled with imagery (television to Instagram), and a literate mind unconsciously reads text without considering it. You don’t have to tell yourself to read a stop sign – you just do. From road signs and graffiti, to pop-up ads and text messages, we are constantly and instantaneously ingesting language and its message. How does the involuntary practice of reading, translating, influence the artistic practice? Can text itself stand as an image, or will our minds always connect to a literal meaning? Must a word always carry meaning, or can words and letters act as graphic elements of pattern and design? Parsing Sign and Image seeks submissions that consider the influence of letters, text, signs and language. The submission deadline is July 22nd. For more information, click here.


¿Se aculilló? is an ongoing series of performance events and art shows. The phrase, ¿Se aculilló?, is a Colombian taunt that roughly translates to “Are you scared?” More literally, ¿Se aculilló? refers to a sensation of the body clenching or curling inward. This is an open call for people who have origins, ancestral roots, and/or cultural ties to the region known as Latin America, including the Caribbean. This third installment is subtitled La sutura tierna, or “the tender suture.” Artists are asked to consider the body and fear in relationship to this theme. All mediums, including performance/live arts, will be considered. We will also accept proposals for new projects that have not yet been created or performed.

The show will be at AS220 and the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University. The AS220 opening is on September 1st, the Granoff Center opening is September 6th. For more information, click here.

FirstWorks is hiring a Development Coordinator

As FirstWorks enters its 15th season, this will be a milestone year for the Development Department with goals to increase revenue from both institutional funders and sponsorships. The celebration of the anniversary is also an important time to connect individual donors with the FirstWorks mission.

We are looking for a detail-oriented individual with strong writing and organizational skills to support the Development Team which includes the Executive Artistic Director, the Development Director and the Grants Manager. Duties include assisting with prospect research, donor and funder cultivation, proposal-writing, reporting and fulfillment for corporate, governmental, foundation and individual sources of support. Knowledge of Salesforce or Patron Manager is beneficial.

The Development Coordinator will report to the Development Director. The position has a strong possibility for growth within the organization. This is a part-time position with a minimum of 24 hours per week.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled. For more information, click here.