The AS220 Administrative Assistant provides administrative support for the day-to-day administration of AS220, its programs, and its entities, with an emphasis on assisting the Co-Directors (Managing and Artistic) and Operations Director.
To apply for jobs listed here, please send all materials requested in the specific position descriptions below to email@example.com. Applications can also be faxed to 401-454-7445, or be mailed or hand delivered to:
95 Mathewson Street #204
Providence, RI 02903
Prospective candidates should spend some time on our web site, as220.org, before applying.
Open Doors, a social services agency in the Silver Lake area of downtown Providence, is looking for a partner organization(s) to rent out much of its office space. The available space, which totals approximately 3,000 square feet, includes a large room with 12 cubicles, two adjoining private offices, a conference room, a computer/class room, a kitchenette, and two multi-stall bathrooms. They are asking $1/sq. foot for the whole space, and as low as $400/month for a portion of it. All utilities, including photocopying/fax, internet and phone, janitorial services, central heat/air, security, parking, and front-desk services, are included.
A Message from Randy Rosenbaum, Executive Director of RISCA:
I am happy to announce that Governor Raimondo has declared October as Arts and Humanities Month in Rhode Island! We’re grateful to all of you – our artists & arts and culture organizations – for your important contribution to the cultural life of our State, and hope you’ll join us in a month-long social media celebration of the arts in Rhode Island.
Here’s our plan: at some point in the month take a picture of yourself – or someone associated with your work – holding up a copy of the Proclamation (also attached at bottom of page) in front of some kind of arts making or arts learning. Post that picture on social media – Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Be sure to tag RISCA, and to use the hashtags #RIproclaimthearts#artistheanchor #NAHM.
Also consider participating in the #showyourart2018 campaign on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. This is a social media campaign coordinated by American for the Arts that is designed to engage arts advocates on the local, state, and national level, and to bring awareness of National Arts and Humanities Month to the public. Check out some of the postings here, and then post your own stuff. This year’s campaign features a unique theme every day in October, including rural art, spoken word, arts & religion, dance, creativity at work, and more. Download the theme graphic here and share widely on the web and social media. Challenge yourself and your community to join in the fun using the hashtags #showyouart2018 #artistheanchor #NAHM.
Finally, join us on October 26 for a closing event with Ruby Lopez Harper, Director of Local Arts Services at American for the Arts, and RISCA staff. Details to follow!
So, October is the arts and culture’s chance to shine. Please consider being part of this month-long celebration!