Providence CityArts seeks part-time Teaching Artists

Job Title Teaching Artists
Salary $25 per hour

Job Summary
Providence ¡CityArts! For Youth seeks talented part-time Teaching Artists to lead workshops in our community-based arts after-school program for July 2021! ¡CityArts! prioritizes BIPOC applicants. It is integral for our program staff to reflect the identities of our students. Summer programs will happen in person at our studios on Broad Street with COVID-19 safety precautions in place. Teaching artists are compensated $25/hr with paid prep, meeting, and professional development opportunities.

We are seeking experienced Teaching Artists with skills in:
• Fine Arts /Mixed Media
• Filmmaking
• Photography
• Dance and Movement
• Music and Sound Production
• Ceramics and Sculpture

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Festival Ballet seeks coordinator for newly developed after school program

Job Title ProviDANCE Coordinator
Salary $10,000-$12,000
Job Type  Part-time (12 hours/week), 40 weeks (August 10-June 10), 2 year renewable contract

Job Summary
Festival Ballet Providence, a nonprofit performing arts organization comprised of a professional dance company and pre-professional training school seeks a coordinator and teaching artist for the newly developed Festival Ballet ProviDANCE (FBPD) after school program.

The Festival Ballet ProviDANCE program provides access to urban core public-school students interested in pursuing dance. The program provides dance training and mentorship to transition students from in-school classes to in-studio pre-professional training. Read more about the job opportunity, Employment Opportunities – Festival Ballet Providence.

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.

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