Second Stage invites strong cultural executives interested in providing shared leadership, along with the Artistic Director and Board, to set overall direction and identify appropriate support and resources; to motivate staff, artists, trustees, and the theater’s core constituencies in pursuit of that direction; and to create a working culture in which decisions are made most effectively. A full position description may be found here: https://mcaonline.com/searches/executive-director-second-stage
Second Stage Theater (2nd Stage) was founded in 1979 to produce “second stagings” of contemporary American plays that deserved to reach a wider audience. This mission was soon expanded to produce new plays by a developing corps of writers. Over time, dedication to telling essential American stories in their most exciting forms has come to include genre-bending solo performances, cutting-edge theatrical events, explosive new musicals, and world and New York premieres by America’s most esteemed playwrights. More information on Second Stage can be found on...
The Artistic Director is an eminent creative in the field, possessing a wealth of knowledge, experience, and professional connections to draw upon in leading the artistic vision of BLO. Their chief duty is to manage and direct the organization's performance and artistic programming wing. The Artistic Director reports to the General Director & CEO and partners with the Music Director. The Artistic Director's planning and decision-making will be informed by 1) Company strategic and artistic priorities; 2) Company equity and inclusion principles; 3) Feedback from team members, including artistic/production, development, and marketing; 4) Performance venue size, acoustics, and other properties; 5) Budget parameters.
Designing the Company's performance season is a pivotal part of the job. It involves leading the decision-making process for selecting repertoire and artists and stewarding the commissioning process for new works. They direct the artistic planning process for mainstage, digital, and ancillary programming and partner with our...
WINTER 2023 DEADLINE SOON — Innovate Grant is thrilled to introduce our newly increased award amounts of $1,800.00.
Innovate Grant awards (2) $1,800.00 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. In addition, (6) honorable mentions (3 in art and 3 in photo), will be featured on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists. Innovate Grant's commitment extends beyond the grant cycle by promoting the work of selected winners and honorable mentions into the future. For more information and to apply visit https://innovateartistgrants.org
Innovate Grant supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants. We've simplified the grant process, so that artists and photographers can focus on making their innovative work. The work should speak for itself and our application reflects that.
Innovate Grant awards:+ 1 x $1,800.00 Grants to a Visual Artist+ 1 x $1,800.00 Grants to a Photographer+ 6 x Honorable Mentions Interviews
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Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, CA, is seeking candidates for the role of Artistic Director, serving as the creative leader of one of Southern California’s flagship theaters. Founded in 1995, the Geffen is known for producing innovative new plays and musicals and bold interpretations of classic repertoire in its intimate and welcoming theaters in West Los Angeles.
It contributes to the rich cultural fabric of the city and to the national theater scene with an expansive set of production offerings, new work development, and education and community engagement initiatives. The new Artistic Director will join an organization motivated by excellence and dedicated to new artistic perspectives and creative storytelling, firmly rooted in its Los Angeles environment and having a significant impact on theater nationwide. A full position description may be found here: https://mcaonline.com/searches/artistic-director-geffen-playhouse
The Geffen currently operates on an annual budget of approximately $12 million, which supports a full-time staff...
Are you an arts writer or critic looking to hone your craft?
The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center is now accepting applications for the National Critics Institute–the nation’s only program designed for working arts writers and critics to strengthen their skills in an increasingly competitive and fast-paced industry. Led by Director Chris Jones of the Chicago Tribune and Associate Director Naveen Kumar, contributor for publications including The New York Times and Variety, the program offers a broad course of study for writers with varying levels of experience.
From July 5–16, 2023, accepted applicants will participate in workshops taught by a faculty composed of leading arts and cultural writers; recent members have included Tejal Rao, Sarah Kaufman, Peter Marks, Wesley Morris and Sam Sifton. Over the two weeks, participants will write about performances viewed both on and off the O’Neill’s campus, restaurants, and more, and will receive in-depth writing critiques and individualized feedback...
Seattle Rep invites theater professionals committed to shaping a bold and adventurous future for one of the nation’s most significant regional theaters to present themselves as candidates for Artistic Director. Seattle Rep’s Artistic Director will co-lead the company in partnership with the Managing Director, and will actively engage and work closely with Board, staff, artists, audiences, and community members to embrace the opportunities and challenges of producing theater in the wake of the pandemic, seizing the chance to innovate and produce in ways that will captivate dedicated and yet-to-be-engaged audiences. With a deep dedication to inclusive and equitable practices, a passion for nurturing sustainable relationships, and a love for the form and its practitioners, the Artistic Director will position the Rep for continued artistic growth and long-term organizational strength and stability. A full position description may be found here: https://mcaonline.com/searches/artistic-director-seattle-rep
Seattle Rep collaborates with extraordinary artists to create productions and...
Irish Arts Center (IAC), based in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City, and renowned for presenting dynamic, inspiring, collaborative experiences of the evolving arts and culture of Ireland and Irish America in an environment of warm Irish hospitality, is seeking a Director of Finance, Administration, and Operations and Chief Operating Officer to join the expanding leadership team as the organization completes its first successful year of ambitious programming in a state-of-the-art new home, and celebrates its 50th anniversary. A full position description may be found here: https://mcaonline.com/searches/iac-coo
Founded in 1972, Irish Arts Center (IAC) is a national and international home for the presentation, development and support of work from artists and cultural practitioners, established and emerging, who work in Irish, Irish-American and other contexts, in traditional, contemporary, and modern disciplines. IAC seeks to broaden the lens of Irish culture to include artistic work that might not traditionally be seen as “Irish,”...
Opera Idaho invites energized and entrepreneurial leaders to present themselves as candidates to become the company’s next General Director. The General Director is responsible for developing and executing plans to support Opera Idaho’s operational and programming success. Reporting directly to Opera Idaho’s Executive Council of the Board of Directors, the General Director will lead and inspire a team of full-time and contracted administrators, artists, and production personnel committed to creating captivating artistic experiences.
The General Director will have a great ability to balance artistic ambition with the financial health of the company, creating an environment where artists feel supported to do their best work. Serious candidates will be committed to building a strong base of support through engaging public ambassadorship and will be interested in promoting new ways for opera to reach new audiences in Boise and throughout the state of Idaho. A full position description may be found...
Champion new voices and drive civic dialogue – inviting impact-minded leaders.
Please download the full job description and supporting materials here: https://tinyurl.com/Se3aj
WHO ARE WE?
In 1992, SpeakEasy Stage was born with a simple idea – to give emerging, local artists a chance and build a thriving theater scene in Boston. From its humble 40-seat beginnings to its 200+ intimate blackbox spaces at the Calderwood Pavilion, it has grown into a leading voice in Boston’s thriving theatre ecosystem. SpeakEasy’s driving force – which lies at the heart of its programming, administration, and board leadership – is its unrivaled commitment to boldness. Driven by a relentless calling to leverage the transformative power of theatre to connect us with ourselves and each other, it produces – and supports the development of – vital, timely stories that unearth the myriad of experiences, identities, and journeys that make us human.
Its five-production mainstage season of contemporary plays...
Competition number: J0223-0480Department: National Arts Centre FoundationStatus: Full-Time continuingAnnual/hourly salary: The NAC offers an attractive compensation package that includes a salary range of $220,000 to $260,000, a bonus structure of up to 15% and a comprehensive suite of benefits, pension and annual leave provisions.Closing date: March 12, 2023Anticipated start date: June 2023
Introducing the National Arts Centre Foundation
The NAC’s Foundation is truly national. Our enthusiastic and generous donors believe in the unique power of the performing arts – of our stories – to transform lives and society. Engagement and philanthropy now more than ever are critical to the NAC’s ability to help the performing arts in Canada recover and renew. The NAC is seeking a strategic and passionate Chief Executive Officer to lead its Foundation’s fundraising activities to support our vision and programs.
The CEO of the NAC Foundation plays the principal role in donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship and will...
Keen to transition into or progress your career in the arts and culture sectors? Our Executive Master’s programme developed by the Royal Academy of Arts in London and Maastricht University in the Netherlands allows you to meet and learn from world-class cultural professionals and academics.
Join our informal in-person Q&A session with the RA’s Director of Collections & Learning in New York City on 16 February 2023 at 6pm local time to find out more.Contact: EMCL@royalacademy.org.uk for further information.