The Newport Music Festival (NMF) has played a significant cultural role in Rhode Island since its launch in 1969. In the years since, the Festival has produced more than 2,000 classical chamber music concerts in many of the Preservation Society of Newport County’s renowned Newport Mansions and in various venues throughout Newport. NMF has hosted more than 1,000 artists, including 130 American debuts of artists who have gone on to make musical history.
The last decade has brought a broadening of the Festival’s musical landscape. From Bach to Bernstein to world premieres by established and emerging composers, as well as rare discoveries of forgotten minor masterpieces, the Festival offers something for everyone, even those just looking for a magical experience in one of America’s most beautiful coastal cities.
The May 2017 arrival of Pamela A. Pantos as NMF’s new Executive Director heralds a new era for the organization as it anticipates the celebration of its 50th Anniversary Season in 2018.
The Director of Education will be the educational leader at CityArts, responsible for planning and implementing multidisciplinary performing and visual arts programs at three public middle schools and in our community studios on Providence’s southside.
The RI Phil Music School is hiring! They have a part time evening position available. A FUN and REWARDING place to work.
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The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) is looking for a new Executive Director.
MSAC is the largest provider of arts funding in the state, ranks fourth nationally in per capita spending for the arts, and is considered a model state arts agency. The Executive Director manages a staff of subject-area experts; directs the organization’s operation to include budget preparation and administration; collaborates with partners to promote the importance of the arts in Maryland; and has oversight responsibility for MSAC’s major programs and Governor appointed commissions including both the Maryland State Arts Council and the Maryland Public Art Commission. The position is responsible for setting and for carrying out Departmental policies and priorities through the Agency’s programs, services, public information, and through partnerships with federal, regional, and other state agencies and organizations in collaboration with the Council. The Executive Director also acts as the Agency’s chief spokesperson and representative within state government agencies; within corporate, foundation, and educational communities; and both regionally and nationally within the arts industry.
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The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities is looking for a part-time Administrative Coordinator to join their team in early July 2017!
Reporting to the Associate Director, the Administrative Coordinator serves as the hub for an energetic and collaborative office, acting as the first point of contact for a range of inquiries by phone, email, and in-person. This position provides a high level of administrative support to all the major functions of our office, and keeps the Council running smoothly and efficiently, ensuring that staff, board, partners, and grantees can collaborate through organized, coordinated efforts.
Read the full Administrative Coordinator position description here. Applications are due by Monday, June 5.
FirstWorks seeks a detail-oriented individual with excellent writing skills to create communications and align case-making in order to advance FirstWorks in its second decade of connecting art with audiences. The Grants Manager will assume lead responsibility for foundation, government, and corporate grants. Reporting to the Director of Development, s/he will play a central role in implementing FirstWorks annual development plan, with key responsibility for the complete grant writing process– including prospecting, proposals, fulfillment, donor reports and cultivation.
The Vermont Arts Council has announced a search for Executive Director. The executive director is responsible for the overall management of the Council including budgeting,
financial planning and asset management, grant compliance, fund development, fiscal management, and program oversight. The executive director reports to the board of directors and supervises the staff.
Go to http://www.vermontartscouncil.org/about-us/employment for information on the position and instructions on how to apply. Deadline for applications is June 7, 2017.