Community MusicWorks Hiring a Network Fellow and a Resident Cellist

Community MusicWorks is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 MusicWorks Network Fellowship.

The MusicWorks Network Fellowship is an intensive research and development practicum, supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, that will take place from July 2018 through June 2019.  The 2018-2019 Fellow will support the MusicWorks Network’s endeavors to identify, research, and document successful approaches to supporting college-going identities among students at Network organizations.

Commitment: Approx. 20 hours/week, over 11 months. Interested candidates should submit an application (posted below) by April 1, 2018. Please submit all application materials to

Community MusicWorks seeks a cellist to join the CMW faculty for the 2018-2019 academic year.

The Resident Musician will play multiple roles that include teaching cello lessons and string ensembles, performing as a member of the MusicWorks Collective, and coordinating various aspects of CMW’s educational programming. The successful applicant will be joining a community of musicians who are passionate about exploring and building the connections between music and social justice, who are dedicated to continual growth and learning, who strive to build strong relationships with young musicians and their families, and who enjoy the challenges of both collaborative and individual work.

This is a one-year position, with the possibility of transition to a permanent position after the first year. The position requires an average of 30 hours / week, including many weekends and evenings, and includes health and dental benefits.

For more information and to apply, click here.

URI Hiring Lecturer in Theatre

The Department of Theatre in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Rhode Island invites applications for a full-time Lecturer position with primary instructional emphasis on acting, directing, script analysis, and/or theatre history.

The position is academic year, limited to 06-22-2019 with possible extension.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Teaching 4 courses or 12 credit hours per semester in an undergraduate BFA program. The successful candidate will have demonstrated teaching and service at the college or university level as well as experience in the professional theatre.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Projecting All Voices Fellowship at ASU now Accepting Applications

The Projecting All Voices post-graduate fellows are artists from diverse communities. Through the program the fellows inform conversations about how educational and cultural institutions must change to prepare, support and advance the creative voices of a changing America through an equitable lens and framework of practice. They also work with communities underrepresented in those institutions as it relates to their own interest and creative work.

The Projecting All Voices Mellon Fellowship is a nine-month, benefits-eligible, academic position at Arizona State University. Residency during the fellowship is required (fellows are responsible for the cost of their housing). The Projecting All Voices Mellon Fellowship is designated for artists who desire additional support in terms of mentorship, research, professional development, networking, instruction and opportunities to present or cultivate projects. A $25,000 salary and a project fund of $3,500 is available to each fellow hired by ASU as a benefits eligible half-time employee.

The fellowship will begin Aug. 16, 2018 and end May 15, 2019. The application deadline for 2018-19 is Feb. 28, 2018.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Manton Avenue Project Hiring Part Time Manager of Operations

The Manton Avenue Project (MAP) is seeking an organized, fiscally-minded, and experienced manager to join our small and dynamic organization serving young people in Olneyville.

The ideal candidate is experienced in financial management in a growing non-profit setting, including grants, donor relations, payroll, running financial reports, and effective office operations.

Reports to the Executive Artistic Director. 15-20 hours per week at $15/hour, starting immediately – Aug 2019, with possibility of renewal.

For more information, and to apply click here.

The Gamm Theatre seeks a part-time marketing associate

The Gamm Theatre seeks a part-time Marketing Sales Associate to be a vital part of our transition to a new home in Warwick, RI for Season 34. This is an exciting opportunity to generate revenue from ad sales and play sponsorships for The Gamm’s 2018-19 Season, which opens in September 2018. The candidate will also act as a community liaison, distributing marketing materials and building relationships with key city governmental and community organizations throughout the greater Warwick area, with the goal of building audiences in our new location.

This position starts in early March. Hours include time spent on the road in the greater Warwick area, as well as administrative hours in our current theater in Pawtucket, RI. The candidate will be based in Warwick starting August 2018.

Job Summary
This is an exciting time for The Gamm as we transition from our Pawtucket, RI location to a new home in Warwick, RI for Season 34. Reporting to the Director of Communications and Marketing, this position will help introduce and enhance The Gamm brand, and bring in new audiences and revenue. This position receives a moderate level of supervision, with flexibility to create and implement new ideas.

Hours: 20 hours per week, flexible schedule
Compensation: hourly plus commission
Start Date: early March (negotiable)

For more information and to apply, click here.

Girls Rock! Is Hiring A Co-Director

Girls Rock! Rhode Island’s board has recently undertaken an internal anti-oppression process, which has informed the creation of this position. The new Co-Director will work collaboratively with current Director, Hilary Jones, and our board to uphold the mission, vision, and values of the organization, and ensure that our programs continue to grow in a way that supports our participants and community. If you have a vision for the future of the organization, a passion for empowerment, anti-oppression work, and music’s role in personal and social change, plus the skills to help the organization continue to grow (collaboratively!), this could be the position for you!

The full job description is available on our website.

RISCA is hiring a Grants to Organizations Programs Director!

This position: Manages and oversees the agency’s support for organizations and has overall supervision of the agency’s grants management operations.  Regarding the support of organizations, manages granting programs that provide support to non-profit organizations, including arts organizations.  Provides technical assistance and support to current and potential applicants, and to organizations who approach the agency for assistance.  Works within state government and in the public to identify new opportunities, provide educational support on issues related to support for organizations who are presenting or producing art, and related work as required. Regarding the responsibilities overseeing the agency’s grants management operations; ensuring that all information from applications, grants and final reports is gathered and entered into the system in a timely and accurate fashion and that the system is up-to-date and operational;  to be responsible for the preparation of state and federal reports related to the grant awarding and management activities of the agency; to participate in the agency’s electronic communications and information activities (web site, blog, newsletter, artist directory, social media, etc.) and to do related work as required.

For more information, and to apply, click here.