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Administrative Assistant – Woodstock Artists Association & Museum

Position: Administrative Assistant
25 hours per week (Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays)
Position to start late August

Deadline to apply: August 18

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Contemporary Modern Technique Teachers – Barefoot Dance Center

Barefoot Dance Center seeks Ballet and Contemporary Modern Technique teachers for the fall. Please contact the director, Jessie Levey at [email protected]

At Barefoot Dance Center, we train the “whole dancer.” Our students include people of all ages who are curious learners in search of their own voices as dance artists. We teach organic alignment so that dancers don’t force their turnout or strain their hips and knees. We honor each individual body for what it is naturally capable of while challenging our students to attain new skills. While working to gain certain goals in a technique class, they are also being challenged as dance-makers.

Our desire as teachers is to help our students on the path to becoming innovative choreographers who have something to say. Additionally, our students strive toward becoming powerful performers with abilities to focus and delve deeply into expressing themselves and their ideas through a variety of thoughtful ways. Students and teachers at Barefoot are dance artists in progress, making work which honors the creative process.

Deadline to apply: September 21

Artist Hiring – Pinot’s Palette

Pinot’s Palette, a leader in the Paint-and-Sip industry with over 100 open locations in the United States and Canada, is excited to need some fun charismatic art instructors as we continue to grow! Customers witt fottow your instruction white they paint on their own stretched canvas with acrytic paint. The ideal person for this job witt have an outgoing personality, strong work ethic, eagerness to learn, positive attitude and the abitity to work quickty and energeticatty with our team of artists.

Responsibilities include:

o Creating and devetoping paintings to be taught in ctasses and used for promotional items

o Devetoping and executing detaited teaching methods

o lnstructing customers during ctass in an energetic, ctear and wett-paced manner white encouraging creativity and creating a retaxed, fun atmosphere o Assisting customers and staff member(s) to ensure smooth ctass ftow and promote customer painting success through teamwork and positive attitude

Required Skills/Abilities:

o Abitity to design and execute quatity, acrytic paintings in various painting stytes

o Basic computer skitts and internet knowtedge o Pubtic speaking or performance skitts (comfortabte speaking on a microphone)

o Time management and communication skills

o Must have a reliable means of transportation

Preferred Education/Experience:

o College Degree in Art or Design related field o Some experience leading a group of people (classroom or otherwise)

o Some experience in customer service

To apply, please respond to [email protected] with:

o Your resume

o 3 images of your original paintings
Please visit to find out more about us.

Location: Fishkill
Compensation: Starting at 515/hour with bonuses, rewards, and room for advancement


Bilingual Media Fellow – La Voz

The Bilingual Media Fellow will help build capacity and support organizational sustainability by enhancing marketing, social media, and the quality of writing. The first La Voz Bilingual (Spanish/English) media fellow will be a highly motivated, enthusiastic recent college graduate, with a talent and passion for superior reporting and writing, and a dedicated focus on Latino and immigrant issues in our region.

Must be fluent in reading, writing and speaking Spanish and English
Must be a recent college graduate (no more than three years out of college) with a Bachelor’s degree and major or minor in any of the following: Human Rights, Political Science, Latin American Studies, Spanish language, Media, Journalism, Written Arts, Marketing, or Communications.
Must be proficient in MS Work, Excel and social media
Must have strong communication, listening and interpersonal skills
Excellent organizational and time-management skills
Must be self-motivated, able to work with minimal supervision, and detail oriented
Talent and passion for superior reporting and writing, and a dedicated focus on Latino and immigrant issues in our region.
Valid driver’s license and clean driving record
Please submit your cover letter in Spanish, explaining why you are the ideal candidate, resume (in English) and three contact references through here. Applicant reviews will begin immediately.

Specific questions regarding the position can be directed to Mariel Fiori at: [email protected] No phone calls please.

Education Coordinator - Dia Beacon

Education Coordinator, Dia:Beacon

Dia Art Foundation seeks an experienced Education Coordinator based at Dia:Beacon in Beacon, New York. Founded in 1974, Dia Art Foundation is committed to advancing, realizing, and preserving the vision of artists. Dia fulfills its mission by commissioning new projects, organizing temporary exhibitions, displaying its collection of art from the 1960s and 1970s, and presenting programs of public engagement.

With oversight from the Education Program Manager, this position is responsible for a range of programmatic tasks associated with family, school, and youth engagement at Dia:Beacon and contributes intelligence to the development, implementation, and evaluation of Dia’s educational initiatives in the Hudson Valley. This is a 40hour-per-week, full-time position based at Dia:Beacon, starting July 1, 2019.

Responsibilities include: • Attend and conduct hands-on support for all education programs during Dia:Beacon’s public hours for K–12 students, families, and teens including: the Arts Education Program, a long-standing educational partnership with the Beacon City School District; Dia Teens, a year-round teen engagement program; Saturday Studio, a monthly artist-led workshop series geared toward children and families; a guided tours program; a robust internship program; and in-gallery public programs • Provide general administrative support to the Education Department as required, including: maintaining the department calendar, studio calendar, and scheduling meetings or programs at Dia:Beacon; updating project budgets; ordering all program materials and supplies; and conducting other administrative support as required • Serve as the on-site liaison for community and school partners, educators, interns, and program audiences as directed, and support educators in the development and implementation of original programs with oversight from the Education Program Manager • Advance and maintain potential partnerships and collaborative relationships with organizations and schools; and represent Dia within the greater educational community in the Hudson Valley at meetings or events related to youth and families, school visits, or presentations, etc. • Coordinate with the Education Program Manager and the Visitor Experience team to support K–12, collegiate, and adult tours of Dia:Beacon and support school group visits and lead tours as required • Coordinate schedules and offer logistical support for educational internships based at Dia:Beacon • Prepare learning spaces for programming, including the preparation of supplies and tools; maintain the organization and upkeep of Dia’s classroom and storage space; and coordinate in a timely manner with other departments for program setup, breakdown, and pre- and post-program housekeeping needs • Assist the education department in the research, development, and expansion of Dia’s educational and public engagement initiatives as directed • Support the continued development of accessible, equitable, and inclusive education and public programming initiatives at Dia:Beacon

Qualifications: • BA in art history, education, museum studies, studio art, or equivalent experience required • Minimum of 2 years administrative experience, ideally in a nonprofit education or contemporary art organization • Experience directly supporting in- or out-of-school programming for teens and/or K–12 students and a demonstrated commitment to prioritizing equity and access for populations diverse in age, background, and learning styles is required • Demonstrated interest in and knowledge of contemporary art, particularly the artists represented in Dia’s exhibitions, commissions, and programs history, as well as a commitment to best practices in the fields of arts/museum education • Understanding of and interest in the educational landscape of the Hudson Valley region and/or working knowledge of community-based organizations or resources within Beacon’s neighboring communities
• Must be a creative and critical thinker who is strongly committed both to prioritizing Dia’s mission and cultivating inclusive learning environments with a broad public; active listening skills, intellectual curiosity, empathy, high emotional intelligence, and comfort with open-ended or experimental working processes is essential • Well-organized, proactive, thorough, and able to work independently; able to prioritize individual tasks in support of program production; efficient in planning and implementation processes • Exceptional communication skills; should be comfortable with public speaking and engaging with wide-ranging audiences and stakeholders, and eager to contribute to Dia’s learning community and organizational culture • Arts advocacy, outreach, and/or experience building and maintaining community relationships or organizational partnerships strongly desired • Understanding of program evaluation and of qualitative and quantitative data collection processes and analysis a plus • Event or program production experience a plus • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Drive, social media platforms, and familiarity with both Mac and PC platforms essential; experience with Adobe Photoshop and InDesign a plus

This is a full-time position based at Dia:Beacon in Beacon, New York, beginning July 1, 2019. Regular working hours are Thursday–Monday, 9 am–5 pm, aligned with the museum’s public hours.

Qualified applicants may apply for this position by e-mailing a letter of interest and resume to [email protected], with “Education Coordinator, Dia:Beacon” as the e-mail subject heading. No phone calls or e-mails to addresses other than the one specified. Dia will review all applications and contact applicants who are most qualified for the position. Employment references will be requested and an offer of employment is subject to a background check.

Dia provides a competitive salary and a generous benefits package including health, life and disability insurance plans, a 401(k) plan with company match, and paid time off.

Applicants should submit materials to [email protected]

Deadline: open until filled

Dia is an equal opportunity employer.

Performing & Visual Arts Teachers - Newburgh Performing Arts Academy

The Newburgh Performing Arts Academy (NPAA) is a community school of the arts that provides formal training in the visual and performing arts to children and youth ages 3-18. Founded in 2004, NPAA was established to provide youth with instruction in the creative arts such as dance, theater, music, literary and visual arts.
Come grow with us!

Celebrating its 16th successful year, the Newburgh Performing Arts Academy seeks to enhance our award-winning performing and visual arts programs by adding to our roster of esteemed teaching artists in the following pre-professional and recreational disciplines:

Dance – Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, African, Contemporary and Lyrical

Music – Voice/Chorus, Violin, Viola, Cello, Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Recording Studio Engineering, drums, wind instruments

Visual Arts – Photography, Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Film Making (Final Cut), Cartooning, Comic Book Creation, Computer Based Graphic Arts (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)

Theater – Beginner to Advanced Acting Techniques, Musical Theater

Positions are available immediately from September to June on Saturdays during the hours of 9am-5pm and weekdays from 2pm-9pm.

Job Description: All currently available positions are part-time. NPAA teaching artists are responsible for providing high-quality instruction while cultivating learning environments that are most conducive to helping students with varying skill levels and interests to reach their highest potential.

Requirements & Qualifications: Must have experience teaching in your field of interest. Must demonstrate commitment, enthusiasm, and creativity and must especially enjoy working with youth.

Please respond by email ([email protected]), specifying the position(s) you wish to apply for, and include your resume or bio and website link if applicable. No phone calls.

Various Opportunities - Storm King Art Center

Full-time employees may be eligible for Storm King’s benefits including medical, dental, vision, LTD, Life, and retirement plans in addition to a generous paid time off program.

Storm King Art Center is dedicated to fostering a diverse workplace. Storm King Art Center is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit.

People who are of color, gender oppressed, LGBTQ, immigrants with work permission, and people of diverse social and economic backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Storm King Art Center does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other related consideration.

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Teaching Artists – Center 4 Creative Education

CCE needs some new teaching artists in dance and drumming for both our Kingston and Beacon sites. Ideally, experienced teaching artists but CCE does its own training as well.  Very part-time at this point but lots of potential. Hip hop and modern dance and hand drumming of various styles. Call the office: 845.338.7664  – or email: [email protected]