Art Ed Jobs and Internships, week of July 28


  • LeAp is hiring a Site Director and a Director of Institutional Fundraising
  • The Rubin Museum is seeking applicants for its College Committee and Apprentice Museum Educator program
  • The Brooklyn Historical Society is hiring a Part-Time Educator
  • The Jewish Museum is seeking an Assistant Manager of Gallery Programs
  • The Museum of the City of New York is hiring a Per Diem Museum Educator
  • The Center for Urban Pedagogy is hiring Teaching Artists for its Urban Investigations
  • The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking a Lead Early Childhood Educator
  • Four Freedoms Park is hiring a Part Time Seasonal Educator
  • The Morgan Library is seeking a Museum Educator
  • The Museum of Natural History is looking for a Youth Initiatives Coordinator
  • The Joan Mitchell Foundation is hiring an Administrative Associate for Artist Programs
  • The Philadelphia Theatre Company is seeking three dynamic, creative and experienced applicants for the second cohort of Albert M. Greenfield Teaching Artist Fellows. The focus of the fellowship will be on specialized work within the community, with populations under-represented in our current programming and projects that expand the boundaries of where and how teaching artists work.  This fellowship is a two year commitment beginning September 1, 2016 and ending August 31, 2018. Greenfield Fellows will be paid a bi-weekly stipend and will receive sponsored professional development including, but not limited to national conferences and workshops.  The fellowship stipend is $21,000 per year. Qualified, interested parties should submit a cover letter, resume and references via e-mail to Maureen Sweeney, Director of Education at: Deadline:  August 1, 2016
    The ideal Greenfield Teaching Artist Fellow will:

    • Have a passion for and commitment to arts education in Philadelphia schools
    • Have at least three years’ experience beyond college as a teaching artist in a school or community setting
    • Have at least three years’ experience in professional theatre
    • Have experience with at-risk youth (grades 7 through 12 preferred), community organizations, differently abled adults and/or marginalized members of society
    • Have an understanding of the mission of Philadelphia Theatre Company and its education programming
    • Be devoted to the ongoing creative process of developing professionally as a teaching artist


    • Work with the Director of Education to develop a schedule of roughly 20 hours per week, including teaching, project planning and some administrative work.
    • Teach at least one year-long, Philly Reality residency (Sept. – May)
    • Attend bi-weekly TA planning meetings (Sept. – May)
    • Be fully available throughout the week of Philly Reality (March 14-18)
    • Participate in research surrounding a specific demographic, community, or other affiliated group.
    • Attend national and local conference as a representative of Philadelphia Theatre Company


  • Apply for one of several great internships at the Rubin Museum

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