Smithsonian puts out a call for vaccine and US poster art

Deadline is April 21 with rolling acceptance following

The Smithsonian has put out a call for artists and designers to submit artwork to support vaccine education. All artists are welcome—from crayon to creative professional.

The initiative, “Vaccines and US: Cultural Organizations for Community Health,” will select works for use on posters, social media and promotional materials. Artwork will be displayed on the “Vaccines and US” website and made available for free download by the public and all participating cultural organizations.

Deadline is April 21 with rolling acceptance after April 21. Link to entry form.

The United Theatre seeks a coordinator for new music school program


Arts Education Coordinator
Full-time: Tuesday-Saturday 12:30pm – 8:30pm
$40,000 – $44,000 annual salary.


The United Theatre is seeking a positive, energetic, and self-motivated individual who will be responsible for coordinating operations as we launch our music school program in partnership with the Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School, and as we develop additional arts education programming. The Coordinator will be responsible for the arts education scheduling and a variety of administrative duties.

The Arts Education Coordinator is an achievement focused, dependable, detail oriented, skilled communicator with excellent customer service and organizational skills. The Coordinator will support The United’s educational programming and partnerships in line with the Organization’s mission, vision, and values. This employee will serve as the point of contact and primary greeter for students and families and will be an ambassador for our programming in the community.

The Arts Education Coordinator works under the general supervision of the Executive Director.

To learn more and apply for the job search, click here.

Webinar to cover guidelines, best practices to re-opening RI for the arts, April 9

Help us frame the conversation to meet your needs by filling out the Survey

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For the free webinar, Reopening RI for the Arts: Live Webinar with Q + A, members of the arts and culture community will address your questions, requests and concerns regarding re-opening RI arts and culture programming for this summer and fall.

Also, the Arts Council is collecting questions about guidelines and best practices to re-opening. Let us know what you would like to discuss during the webinar by filling out this survey. It is due by the end of day Tuesday, April 6.

Event details

Webinar: Reopening RI for the Arts: Live Webinar with Q + A
When: Friday, April 9, noon-1.
RSVP: Here


  • Lizzie Araujo-Haller, City of Providence Department of Art, Culture + Tourism
  • Elizabeth Tanner, RI Department of Business Regulation
  • Steven Boudreau, RI Department of Health
  • To be announced, CommerceRI

Moderator: Randall Rosenbaum, RI State Arts Council

Remember to fill out the survey by the end of day Tuesday, April 6.
To attend the free webinar on re-opening, you can RSVP Here.