Teaching Artists, Directors, Designers, Counselors Needed for Children's Performing Arts Center

Job Listing
Posted March 4, 2021

Wolf Performing Arts Center (Wolf PAC), a non-profit theatre organization for children, is looking for creative, energetic staff of diverse theatrical backgrounds.

Production Facilitator - Precious Places Community History Project

Job Listing
Posted March 2, 2021

Digital Video Production Facilitators for Community History Documentaries

Scribe Video Center, a non-profit media arts education organization, is seeking videomaking facilitators to work with neighborhood groups in the Philadelphia area who are participating in the 2021 Precious Places Community History Project. 

Facilitator responsibilities include:

Summer Spree Art Camp Teacher

Job Listing
Posted February 23, 2021

This is an opportunity to teach art this summer at fun camp in a magical setting with COVID safety protocols in place. Summer Spree is an art camp for children ages 6 – 12 (children entering grades 1 – 6), located at the Community Arts Center in Wallingford, PA.   Arts activities and experiences form the foundation of our camp, which is designed to foster creativity and freedom of expression.   Visual arts, music, play, and nature form the creative engine of this unique camp experience. 

Barnes West Everyday Places Artist Partnerships

Job Listing
Posted February 22, 2021

Barnes WEST, a collaboration between People’s Emergency Center CDC and the Barnes Foundation, is offering 5 artist partnership opportunities in West Philadelphia at everyday neighborhood places like grocery stores, restaurants, corner stores, and parks. 

Part-Time Instructor, School of Film

Job Listing
Posted February 16, 2021

JOB TITLE: Part-Time Instructor

DEPARTMENT:  School of Film

REPORTS TO: Dean, School of Film

Director of Mural Operations

Job Listing
Posted February 12, 2021

Mural Arts Philadelphia is the largest public art initiative of its kind, dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. For over 30 years, Mural Arts has united artists and communities through a collaborative and equitable process, creating nearly 4,000 artworks that have transformed public spaces and individual lives.

Tacony LAB Artist Residency

Job Listing
Posted February 8, 2021

Tacony LAB Artist Residency

Winter/Spring 2021

An artist residency, housed in the Tacony LAB Community Arts Center storefront 

on the Torresdale Avenue Commercial Corridor in Northeast Philadelphia. 

 

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Deadline: 5 pm EST, Wednesday February 24 , 2021

Please email tacony@muralarts.org with any questions or comments or to set up a visit.
No phone calls, please.

Associate Professor / Program Director for Photography

Job Listing
Posted February 5, 2021

The University of the Arts seeks a renowned, forward-thinking photographer-educator who is motivated to build an internationally competitive photography program. The ideal candidate will have the foresight, desire and experience to transform our existing undergraduate Photography program into one that prepares students in a variety of practices to meet the artistic and industry challenges of the future. The new program director will show innovation with regard to the wide-range of opportunities available across a constantly changing field and inspire students and faculty in learning communities to further develop the shared culture in the School of Art at UArts. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography degree program provides practical, professional training balanced with a fine-art aesthetic. Through visiting artists, gallery exhibitions, internships, diverse faculty, and significant engagement opportunities with the fine art and photo education communities, students develop technical proficiency and an innovative, creative background preparing them for any career in the photo industry.

EXHIBITS TECHNICIAN

Job Listing
Posted February 5, 2021

The Exhibit Technician position works closely with other staff towards the fabrication, installation and repair of in-house, temporary and seasonal exhibits throughout the Museum to ensure the highest quality of visitor experience. A primary focus of this position is the daily care and upkeep of exhibit components as well as troubleshooting and improving the performance of existing exhibit devices, ensuring they are maintained to a high level of usability. The Exhibit Technician works as a member of a design team providing technical, safety and durability expertise. Work is performed according to technical drawings and artist renderings as well as verbal instructions and stated objectives with some latitude for creativity and judgment. Work is reviewed for conformance to museum standards by supervisor. This includes but not limited to, cabinetmaking, electronics, metal work, foams, plastics, and high-level finish painting.

Collections Care Fellowship

Job Listing
Posted February 5, 2021

Collections Care Fellowship

April 14 – December 17, 2021

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM), located in Center City, Philadelphia, is a contemporary art museum founded in 1977 as an experimental screen-printing residency program. FWM is easily accessible via public transit and is steps from Reading Terminal Market and blocks from Chinatown and historic City Hall.

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