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Communications Director, New Music USA

New Music USA is seeking an exceptional Communications Director who will join our organization during an exciting phase of our development. This year we are delivering a new strategic plan and furthering our implementation of new artist development programs. We will also begin celebrating the 10th anniversary of the merger between Meet the Composer and American Music Center, which established New Music USA. The Communications Director will play an active role in these transformative activities, ...
Tags: Art, Usa, Jobs, Digital, US, New Music USA, American Music Center, NewMusicBox, BIPOC, New Music USA The Communications, Organization Development Monitors, Board Program and Advisory Councils, Required Skills, New Music USAAbility, Ricky Tyler [email protected]

Chief Executive Officer, Chamber Music America

Chamber Music America (CMA) is the national service organization for the chamber music profession. Founded in 1977 to develop, support and strengthen the small ensemble music field, CMA delivers a comprehensive array of career development services and direct financial support to this community in order to sustain its vitality and innovation. Chamber Music America (CMA) is the national service organization for the chamber music profession. Founded in 1977 to develop, support and strengthen the...
Tags: Art, Board of Directors, Jobs, New York City, Smith, Cma, Puerto Rico, Board, Board of Directors The Board, Chamber Music, Board Chair, Diversity Inclusion and Equity, BIPOC, Chamber Music America CMA, May 's National Chamber Music Month, Residency Endowment Fund

San Francisco Ballet – Director of Education and Training

Established in 1933 as America’s first professional ballet company, San Francisco Ballet (SF Ballet) has grown to become one of the world’s most cherished and beloved cultural institutions. Under the leadership of Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson who joined in 1985, SF Ballet presents a repertoire of both classical and contemporary ballet, performing at the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco, as well as on tour at major arts venues across the country and abroad...
Tags: Art, Jobs, America, San Francisco, United States, Education and Training, Bay Area, San Francisco Bay Area, Franklin Street, San Francisco Ballet, Helgi Tomasson, Marketing Department, Boys Girls Clubs, San Francisco Ballet School, Trainee Program, Bruce D Thibodeau

Producing Artistic Director – American Stage Theatre Company

American Stage Theatre Company (American Stage) is looking for an ambitious and entrepreneurial minded visionary to lead all aspects of operations and programming for this highly respected cultural bedrock of the St. Petersburg, Florida community. The Producing Artistic Director is the chief executive reporting directly to American Stage’s Board of Trustees and is responsible for ensuring that the company has the required capacity to execute an exciting annual plan of theatrical programs that re...
Tags: Art, Florida, Jobs, St Petersburg, Wilson, Board, Tampa Bay, Board of Trustees, St Petersburg College, St Petersburg Florida, Strategic Advisory Board, SPT, Management Consultants for the Arts, COVID, BIPOC, American Stage Theatre Company

BIPOC Staff from A.R.T./NY Calls Out Racist Behavior from Executive Director

BIPOC staff members from The Alliance of Resident TheatresNew York have submitted a letter to the organization, demanding that they take action to 'dismantle systemic racism' and pointingout many documented examples of 'toxic behavior' from Executive Director, Ginny Louloudes. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BWW News Desk, BIPOC, Alliance of Resident TheatresNew York, Ginny Louloudes

Words And Phrases That Should Be Banished From The Rehearsal Room

“We can dismantle oppression in our language as a means of valuing and honoring individuals in the room. There are a plethora of sayings used in rehearsal environments that cause a BIPOC artist to feel powerless and othered in the room; these phrases will not have the same effect on white artists, who have the privilege of doing their work without that added baggage.” – Minnesota Playlist
Tags: Art, Minnesota, Theatre, BIPOC, 06.04.20

Noah Wall paints audio portraits using the structures of New York

Noah Wall, the artist and musician responsible for the highly-recommended Grotesque Tables II (and who has collaborated with David Byrne, St. Vincent, David Lynch, Maya Lin, and may others) wrote to tell us about his most recent project, an EP entitled Alloys. Like so many, I’ve been inside my apartment for almost a month, handling anything from outside with newfound prudence. But recently I was in the open, manipulating and resonating foreign objects with hands and mallets and microphones. The ...
Tags: Art, Post, New York, News, Noise, Experimental music, Musique Concrète, New York Made, Noah Wall, David Byrne St Vincent David Lynch Maya Lin, BIPOC, GNC NB Queer

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