Artist Opportunities/ Jobs

* Salem Art Works is hiring a one year full time Youth Program Coordinator to join their team March 4th until February 28th. 

The position provides a competitive salary but does not include room, meals, or studio. We’re looking for someone local who does not need to commute. The ideal candidate will have availability to work full at SAW year round and have previous experience designing youth curriculum for children, teens, and families. SAW will be accepting applications from now until January 31st 2019 and looking to hire someone in February.

http://www.salemartworks.org/employment

* Saratoga Arts is hiring a part time (32 hrs/week) Exhibition Coordinator.

Position Description: Saratoga Arts’ Exhibitions Coordinator is an integral part of the Saratoga Arts team and helps manage over 30 on-site exhibitions and 60+ off-site exhibitions per year, assists in the development and implementation of professional development opportunities for artists and works closely with the Saratoga Arts team to develop new, engaging programs for our constituents. The Exhibition Coordinator reports to Saratoga Arts Associate Director

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree, experience working in an office setting, and a minimum of one year experience in gallery preparation and installation is required.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION

To apply send cover letter and resume, including contact information for three professional references to

Tanya Tobias, Associate Director Saratoga Arts
320 Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

or e-mail: ttobias@saratoga-arts.org

 

* Albany Center Gallery is hiring a full-time Membership & Program Coordinator.

Scheduling consists of working 40 hours per week Tuesday through Saturday (based on need, times may vary). Responsibility for this position consists of: Administrative & Membership management, Programs & Outreach, Fundraising & Development, and Volunteer/Intern management.

https://albanycentergallery.org/events/job-opportunity-membership-program-coordinator-0