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Ohio Positions

Cleveland Arts Prize search for an Executive Director

Press release attached

Opening Night seeks Retail Sales Associate

Dublin and Gahanna
Please call or stop in to one of our locations to fill out an application.

Out of State Positions

Out of State Openings

Four positions, Bayer Ballet – Vaganova Center of Excellence, Mountain View, CA
Men’s Division Director & Instructor
Master Ballet Instructor (Vaganova Method)
Ballet Instructor (Vaganova Method)
Pre-Ballet Instructor

We are seeking individuals to support our mission of providing accessibility to the art and culture of the Vaganova method of classical ballet through world-class, professional training and performing opportunities. Whether this will be done in-studio, virtually or a combination, we are determined to rise stronger, together. Indicate your availability to teach in-person and/or virtual, virtual (Zoom) or hybrid

Development Position, Movement Research, New York City, NY
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Position ideally starts the first week of August 2020. The Development Position at Movement Research is a 20-25 hour/week, part-time hourly staff position. The Development Position engages in positive, collaborative relationships within and outside of the organization, working directly with the Grant Writer and Executive Director, and managing the Development Intern.
For more information see attached document

Adjunct Faculty, Pace Performing Arts, New York City, NY
Pace Performing Arts is looking to hire an entertainment historian with a specialization in the study of race in the field to teach the new course PAST 252: The History of Diversity and Equity in American Entertainment. This course will be offered this fall semester.
Contact Director of Academics Larry Ruth: lruth@pace.edu

Teacher, NW Dance Project, Portland,OR
NW Dance Project is searching for part-time teachers for youth and adult education programs. Successful candidates will have at least two to five years experience in teaching all levels in one or several dance disciplines.
For more information see attached document

Visiting Instructor/Dance, SUNY Potsdam Department of Theatre and Dance

2-year position teaching all levels of contemporary/modern dance, beginning ballet, choreography, improvisation, and musical theatre dance. Additional desirable areas of knowledge include Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies, hip-hop, African-based forms, jazz, dance history, somatic practices, dance conditioning, dance kinesiology, and movement for actors/acting for dancers.
For full position description and to apply visit https://employment.potsdam.edu/postings/4241

Post-MFA or Post-Doctorate Fellowship, University of Utah

The College of Fine Arts and the School of Dance at the University of Utah seek applications and nominations of highly qualified candidates for a Raymond C. Morales Post-MFA or Post-Doctorate Fellowship. We are looking for someone who works in the areas of dance activism, social justice and community engagement—using the power of dance and community building to bring dance to diverse and underserved populations to address social and political issues, and issues of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.
For more information and to apply: https://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/102952


Internships at Jacob’s Pillow

  • Gain hands-on experience at an international arts organization
  • Work side-by-side with professional staff
  • Design the focus and length of your internship
  • Work in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts

Internships available in:

  • Archives/Preservation
  • Artist Services/Operations
  • Business
  • Development
  • Education
  • General Management
  • Graphic Design
  • Marketing
  • Press

For information, application forms, and application instructions please visit

Questions? Contact us: internprogram@jacobspillow.org
The Intern Program is part of The School at Jacob’s Pillow.

National Dance Education Organization Internship Program

Please go to the website for full application details www.ndeo.org
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. We are currently seeking Summer (June-August) interns for 2019.

Who Should Apply
Internships are designed for highly motivated, independent, and mature graduate and undergraduate students and young professionals who seek to understand dance arts education in relation to the national agenda of educational reform and have an interest in arts non-profit management. Candidates should possess strong interpersonal and communication skills and be ready to work in a collaborative environment. A dance or arts background is preferred but not required.

How to Apply
Send the following to bloikow@ndeo.org:

  • Cover letter with brief personal statement and outline of career goals
  • Current resume citing the following: dance background, education, work experience, and relevant skills (computer skills, customer service, etc.)
  • Two academic and/or professional letters of reference
  • A writing sample

Application Dates
Internships typically are offered by semester: Fall (September-December), Spring (February-May), and Summer (June-August). However, applications may be accepted on a rolling basis as space permits. NDEO generally accepts only one intern per semester.

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