The Rhode Island Historical Society invites experienced museum and/or library administrators with artifact and/or special collections experience to apply for the position of Deputy Executive Director for Collections and Interpretation.
The Deputy Executive Director (DED) for Collections and Interpretation will manage a team whose responsibilities include the day-to-day management of the RIHS’s collections, interpretation, and programs, such as cataloguing and technical services, visitor services, acquisitions, and conservation. The DED will also coordinate with the Director of the Goff Center for Education and Public Programs and the Director of the Museum of Work & Culture on exhibition planning and execution of the RIHS’s strategic plan as it pertains to interpretive, educational programs.
Job opportunities here at Americans for the Arts! Positions are open until filled, so get your applications in now! For other opportunities in the field, check out the AFTA JobBank: http://jobbank.artsusa.org/.
WE’RE HIRING: GALLERY ASSISTANT
The primary role of the AS220 Gallery and Special Projects Assistant is to support the Gallery Director in upholding the mission of providing an unjuried, uncensored, and all inclusive forum for Rhode Island visual artists. In practice this involves the presentation of work across the five AS220 gallery spaces, rotating on a monthly basis. In addition they will act as a point person for special events and joint efforts between the Galleries and AS220 Industries. Read full job description online.
We are excited to announce that ILLUMINUS is now accepting submissions for projects for the 2017 Festival! An overview of the open call is below but please be sure to go to our website and download the PDF for all submission details.
ILLUMINUS 2017 Open Call
Festival Dates: November 3rd & 4th 2017, 6:00pm – Midnight, Downtown Boston
Funding Available: $1,000—$10,000
Submissions Due: 11:59pm EST, September 1, 2017
Submission Form: illuminus.slideroom.org
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Providence Public Library offers an annual Creative Fellowship for an artist to create new work with a topical tie-in to the library’s exhibition and program series. Creative Fellows perform in-depth research in our historical collections, using images and text as source material and/or inspiration.
In addition to new work, a successful Creative Fellowship results in innovative, engaging programming, and measurable instances of engagement and learning both on the part of the fellow and on the part of other community members. Our hope is that a stipend alongside supported, immersive research allows the Fellow to explore new directions, topics, or methods in their own work and creative process.
The 2017 Creative Fellow will receive a stipend in the amount of $1,000, with an additional amount of up to $500 reimbursable for supplies and materials. In addition to a financial stipend and extensive research support from Special Collections staff, PPL will offer the Creative Fellow a small, locked office space with a desktop computer, which can be used during the library’s open hours. The Fellow may utilize PPL’s auditorium for rehearsal and/or performance space. Note that the auditorium has basic lighting and sound equipment/ wireless microphones.
Proposals are due October 1st. For more information, click here.
Artist Campaign School will train you in everything you need to know to get your political campaign up and running. From fundraising to putting together policy statements, we are bringing together top-tier campaign veterans who will provide you with practical knowledge and set you up for a successful bid. All we need from you is a vision and the will to run—and we’ll fly you in and put you up at a hotel for an intense weekend of creating your campaign plan and developing your strategy.
Artist Campaign School is open to artists and arts administrators from across the political spectrum, regardless of the profile of the office you seek—we believe that some of the most important decisions that affect our community are being made at the local level.
We will be accepting applications August 1, 2017–September 15, 2017. Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis and those selected will be notified in mid-September 2017. We anticipate accepting 100 applicants for the Fall 2017 cohort, and the training will be held in late October—exact dates and times to be announced by August 15, 2017. Visit Artist Campaign School for more information, to receive updates, and to apply.
New Singer Auditions at the Chorus of Westerly
Join us for our 2017-2018 Season
The season features Elgar’s The Music Makers, Beethoven’s Mass in C Major, the classic Christmas & Summer Pops Series, and more! Regular rehearsals for Chorus adults take place on Monday evenings from 7:30pm – 9:45pm, beginning September 11, 2017. Children’s rehearsals take place on weekday afternoons and start the week of Labor Day 2017.
Auditions will take place at the George Kent Performance Hall, located at 119 High Street in Westerly, RI. Typically lasting ten to fifteen minutes the auditions will cover singers’ tone, pitch, ability to sight read music and overall musical ability.
Tuesday, Sept. 5 or
Wednesday, Sept. 6
All adult voice parts (soprano, alto, tenor and bass) and children ages 8 and up are welcome to audition.
Click here for Audition Guidelines.