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Studio Assistant



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Studio assistant needed to help with the following sorts of tasks:

Help with production of artworks

studio organization

studio cleaning

communicating with outside services using email and or telephone


various errands

part time at first but if I find the right person I hope that it could become a full time job. 


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Class Coordinator



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Since our founding in 2009, TAC has offered a wide range of textile classes, including after school, mini camp, and summer camp options for kids, along with month-long, weekend, and drop-in workshops for adults. With over 200 adult classes per year and ongoing youth programs, we reach over 900 children and 1200 adult students at our Brooklyn location each year.

The Class Coordinator serves as the main administrative point of contact for all youth and adult classes, and supports the daily operations of the organization as needed. The Coordinator must be comfortable organizing and maintaining information across multiple platforms, both internally and externally (including an online registration system and the TAC website). The successful candidate will be highly organized, detail oriented, and committed to promoting and ensuring the success of all classes.

As the “face” of TAC, the Class Coordinator also provides responsive, high-quality customer service that enhances the general public’s understanding of TAC’s services and programs. The Coordinator will regularly respond to public inquiries made in person, online, and over the phone, working closely with other TAC staff to ensure the general public is informed about specific TAC classes, events, and programs. TAC students represent many diverse communities, abilities, geographies, and ages.  Sensitivity towards a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences, and a willingness to listen to and support others, is crucial to this role. 

The Class Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Operations, but also works closely with all members of the TAC team in regards to class management and daily operations. 

Due to the Part-Time nature of this role, the Class Coordinator is ideal for someone with a flexible schedule and/or artist looking for consistent work outside of their regular practice.

Schedule: Mondays 10:30pm - 3:30pm, Wednesdays 3pm - 10pm, and Saturdays 10:30am - 6:30pm (20 hours per week)

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Class Coordination:

  • Acts as main customer service contact for all instructors, students, and TAC staff regarding adult and youth classes in our Brooklyn location
  • Post all adult and youth classes to internal class registration system (Active), the TAC website, and internal calendar
  • Manage CourseHorse enrollments and all registration communications
  • Share weekly adult and youth class status updates with staff, communicating cancellations to students and instructors as necessary
  • Own full cycle of student communications: facilitate student registration process, class transfers and cancellations, waitlist registrations, class reminder emails, and follow-up evaluations
  • Own full cycle of instructor communications: send class reminder emails, manage material requests with Studio Manager, and follow-up evaluations
  • Support Director of Operations in promotional strategy for classes on an ongoing basis
  • Manage all discount and coupon codes for classes; process gift certificates 
  • Process internal class registration requests from staff, AIR, Work Exchange and interns
  • Support Director of Operations in the annual scheduling process of all youth and adult programs
  • Pull regular reports from Active (including enrollment, class rosters, financial, and waitlist information)
  • Present adult class reporting throughout the year to staff, analyzing data from the previous season and recommending any changes or enhancements to our adult class program
  • Prepare At Home Kits for shipping and pick-up
  • Manage and process Youth Programs and Adult Class scholarship applications
  • Update Open Studio sessions and update Open Studio hours on the website twice a week
  • Update information on the website as needed
  • Oversee coordination and bookings of TAC Birthday Parties, All Age Field Trips, Studio Visits, Group Classes
  • Communicate with Parents, Schools and potential customers
  • Manage communication with Bookkeepers for invoicing customers (for Field Trips, Group Classes, Studio Visits)
  • Hiring Staff for All Age Field Trips, Birthdays, Studio Visits, Group Classes
  • Maintain Calendar and communications with staff regarding upcoming events and studio needs
  • Perform other duties to support the Director of Operations of TAC as assigned
  • Customer Service:
  • Provide time-sensitive and knowledgeable telephone, e-mail, and online registration support to all student, parent, and general inquiries; manage front desk on assigned days
  • Support Director of Operations’ efforts to improve student experience and resolve escalated customer service issues
  • Serve as studio monitor during set hours: oversee Open Studio student check in, and payment at front desk
  • Provide studio tours and general TAC information to visitors as needed
  • Knowledge, Skills, & Qualifications:


  • One (1) year experience in communications, customer service, office administration, or a related field
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience (4 years in a directly relevant field) 
  • Proven skills and aptitude to excel in a customer-focused and results-driven environment
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work well with others in a busy professional environment
  • Solid organizational skills, multi-tasking ability, and attention to detail
  • Demonstrated capacity to be reliable and highly productive
  • Must be a proactive problem-solver, adaptive to a growing, changing organization
  • Strong computer skills, with proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
  • Strong people-orientation, with demonstrated consensus-building and conflict resolution skills
  • Demonstrated effectiveness and ability with public speaking
  • Enthusiasm and dedication to the mission of Textile Arts Center


  • Administrative experience in an arts or educational environment
  • Experience in a public-interfacing position
  • A passion and knowledge of textile arts; curiosity to learn more and share information about our class offerings
  • Proficiency on a Mac platform; website and database management experience is strongly preferred

Pay Rate + Perks

The hourly rate for this position is $17 per hour. TAC is closed during set holidays, including Labor Day Weekend, Thanksgiving Break (usually 5 days), and Winter/Christmas Break (usually 2 weeks), Easter Weekend, Memorial Day Weekend, 4th of July weekend. Some off-site customer communication may be required through these times.

All TAC staff have access to free adult classes and Open Studio use during the course of their employment.

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Facilities Manager




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Greater Boston Stage is looking to hire a Facilities Manager (FM) to start fall of 2021.


Responsibilities include:

  • oversee access, upkeep, cleaning and maintenance of GBSC’s spaces including theater, lobby, offices, rehearsal spaces, dressing room and greenroom areas
  • oversee access, upkeep, cleaning and maintenance of off-site storage and shop space(s)
  • oversee contractors, inspections and annual maintenance agreements
  • report to Managing Director and work in consultation with Property Management Company

Requirements: Basic handyman skills, computer and organizational skills

Physical Demands: Requires routine walking, standing, bending, and carrying items weighing less than fifty (50) pounds

Hours: roughly 20 hours per week with flexible schedule

Payment: Hourly at $20/hour

GBSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Persons from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Development Assistant



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Want to unite your passion for arts and advocacy with your passion for development? Come work at the growing nonprofit that provides leading services to dancers in the metropolitan NYC area. Dance/NYC offers a collaborative environment with room for innovation and growth. 


The Organization:

With 8 years of service, Dance/NYC has emerged as a cultural force and spokesperson on behalf of the dance field to the media, government and private funders, and the wider creative sector. It has historically supported dance in the city and advanced the field by improving conditions for individual dance artists through: 

  • Advocacy
  • Action-Oriented Research
  • Leadership Training, Networking and Convening
  • Technology and Visibility 
  • Grantmaking 

Learn more about Dance/NYC’s mission and organizational values.

The Position:

Dance/NYC is looking for a part-time, temporary (now through the end of 2022) Development Assistant who will be responsible for executing development initiatives and priorities under the direction of the Senior Manager of Development.

The compensation package includes $20 per hour, 20 - 30 hours per week, based on experience and competitive benefits:

  • 401K Retirement Savings
  • Paid vacation and holiday time
  • Bonus program 
  • Professional development stipend

Review the Development Assistant Job Description and list of qualifications by clicking on the link below:


The Location:

The Dance/NYC office is completely remote until further notice due to the Coronavirus (or “COVID-19”) Pandemic. 

When the time is right, Dance/NYC will be shifting into a hybrid of remote and in-person work, per New York State Guidelines. Because Dance/NYC only serves the 5 boroughs of New York City and surrounding counties, Dance/NYC is only recruiting cultural workers who are based in this geographic area.

Dance/NYC’s offices are located on the Garden Floor (ground floor) of the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, 218 East 18th Street, New York, NY 10003 in Gramercy. Access to the Garden Floor entrance includes a two-step descent. A lift to the entrance and an accessible bathroom is available onsite.  Elevators are not available in the building.

Gramercy is a quiet, family neighborhood with brownstones on tree-lined streets. It has a variety of historic restaurants, shops, and neighborhood parks. This neighborhood is also minutes away from Union Square Park. 


Cover Letter:
Your cover letter should include detailed answers to each of the following questions: 

  • Why are you interested in working as the Development Assistant at Dance/NYC?
  • The Development Assistant will be called upon to work on a range of projects that require the ability to relate to different audiences, manage stakeholder relationships, and problem-solve in different contexts. For example, in a given day, you might need to: provide support for an annual cultivation and fundraising event, help prepare and disseminate solicitation and/or acknowledgment letters to donors, or track and analyze giving trends from a recent cultivation event or online campaign. What relevant skills and experience would you bring to this work? 
  • How would you characterize your understanding of the NYC dance ecosystem and fundraising practices for the purposes of achieving systemic change across the field? 
  • Dance/NYC is a values-driven organization, please review our values of Justice, Equity, and Inclusion (found at: ) and discuss two instances in your professional career where you have demonstrated at least one of them? 
  • What is important to you in a workplace? 



The position is open until filled, but preference will be given to those candidates who apply on or before November 1, 2021. Preference will also be given to those candidates able to commit to two years. 

Please note that all candidate interviews will be conducted by video using the Zoom ( video communications application. Please download the application in advance and have a functioning camera and speaker on your device. Dance/NYC can also provide candidates with reasonable accommodations, if needed.


Equal Opportunity Employer:

Dance/NYC is an equal opportunity employer and provides equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, political belief or activity, or status as a veteran. The policy applies to all areas of employment, including recruitment, hiring, training and development, promotion, transfer, termination, layoff, compensation benefits, social and recreational programs, and all other conditions and privileges of employment in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. It is the policy of Dance/NYC to comply with all the relevant and applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Dance/NYC does not discriminate against any qualified Employees or job applicants with respect to any terms, privileges, or conditions of employment because of a person’s physical or mental disability. Dance/NYC makes reasonable accommodation wherever necessary for all Employees or applicants with disabilities, provided that the individual is otherwise qualified to safely perform the duties and assignments connected with the job and provided that any accommodations made do not require significant difficulty or expense. 

Thank you for your interest in Dance/NYC and the Development Assistant position. Dance/NYC looks forward to reviewing your application!

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Programming Associate




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Location: Bronx, NY Department: Programming Type: Part-time Salary: $22.50 per hour



BAAD! The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance is a cultural arts organization and theater that creates, produces, presents, and supports the development of cutting edge and challenging works in contemporary dance and all creative disciplines that are empowering to women, Latinos and other people of color, and the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) community.



BAAD! is seeking a Programming Associate to join its dynamic, effective community-based arts organization.

The ideal candidate will have a strong administrative background and be an adaptable problem solver who demonstrates a commitment to communication. They are responsible for implementing assigned projects, and for providing administrative support for all core programs for the overall organization. They’re responsible for logistics of each project as well as overseeing the production management of off-site events, communication with artists and technical team, creating and maintaining partnerships with venues, and outreach to partner organizations and audiences. The position reports to the Deputy Director and serves as a direct contact for artists, partners, and the larger BAAD! community.

The Programming Associate is a part-time position at 25 hours per week. The position is expected to work in the office and off-site, and attends events under their purview. Compensation is $22.50/hour.



●  Contact and schedule artists for all events, including TransVisionaries and Courageous Conversations, and correspond with artists regarding additional information such as marketing material requests.

●  Draft and process performer/artists contracts and W9s.

●  Connect artists with Technical Coordinator for tech needs and/or site visits.

●  Schedule/manage event calendars and maintain BAAD!’s Festival Central Station of information.

●  Set up ticketing or RSVP links for events. Pull Will-Call list for House Manager.

●  Attend and report on upcoming events and initiatives during weekly Staff Meetings and debriefings.

●  Support marketing and event promotion via printed collateral (and mailings), email blasts, social media,

and all other outlets as assigned. Execute marketing strategy and deadlines as needed.

●  Update the mailing list/email blasts and database of community partner organizations.

●  Implement post-event protocols and event archiving both physically and digitally.

●  Provide additional support for events and duties as requested.



●  Associate's degree or higher; Minimum of 2 years experience in performing arts administration.

●  Personable, self-confident with good interpersonal skills.

●  Comfortable working with QTBIPOC (queer/trans, black indigenous, people of color) artists and

communities, and the capacity to negotiate with a variety of people from business owners to artists.

●  Takes initiative, demonstrates leadership qualities, works independently as well as with a team.

●  Deadline oriented, forward thinking and adept at creative problem-solving.

●  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

●  Possess excellent organizational skills and ability to efficiently multi-task across projects and tasks.

●  Proficient in word-processing (Microsoft Word/Google Docs) and Excel.

●  Familiar with social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

●  Fluent in English and Spanish (a plus).

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Director of Advertising




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Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for theatre, seeks a regular part-time Advertising Sales Coordinator (ASC). Reporting to the Director of Advertising, the ASC ensures effective coordination of ad sales activities that include liaising with customers to understand their needs and to ensure that orders from customers are met timely and accurately.

Theatre Communications Group is committed to modeling, promoting, and advancing anti-racist and anti-oppressive values to fulfill its mission. Since its founding in 1961, TCG's constituency has grown from a handful of groundbreaking theatres to over 700 Member Theatres and affiliate organizations and nearly 8,000 individual members. TCG advances a better world for theatre and a better world because of theatre.

TCG offers its members networking and knowledge-building opportunities through research, communications, and events, including the annual TCG National Conference, one of the largest nationwide gatherings of theatre people; awards grants and scholarships to theatre companies and individual artists; advocates on the federal level; and through the Global Theater Initiative, TCG's partnership with the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics, serves as the U.S. Center of the International Theatre Institute. TCG is North America’s largest independent publisher of dramatic literature, with 18 Pulitzer Prizes for Best Play on the TCG booklist. It also publishes the award-winning American Theatre magazine and ARTSEARCH®, the essential source for a career in the arts. In all its endeavors, TCG seeks to increase the organizational effectiveness of its Member Theatres, cultivate and celebrate the artistic talent and achievements of the field, and promote a larger public understanding of, and appreciation for, the theatre. For more info, visit:

About the Advertising Department:

The Advertising Department is responsible for creating effective sales plans to generate revenue through various products, including ARTSEARCH®, TCG Books, American Theatre magazine, TCG websites, and other digital assets. The Department includes the Director and Coordinator and work collaboratively with other departments to help advance its goals in a realistic and efficient manner. Throughout the year, the Department may engage with other assistance, as needed.

What You Need for this Role:

The Coordinator should have a commitment to TCG’s mission, core values, and its ED&I work within the workplace and in the field. They should possess a positive, entrepreneurial attitude and be able to work with a diverse staff, Board, and theatre field. Outstanding interpersonal communication skills and exemplary work practices are essential, as are a strong attention to detail and dependability. The successful candidate will have a commitment to learning and growth for oneself and others and an ability to work constructively through conflict in a diplomatic way and facilitate discussion to problem solve with resilience.

We are seeking someone with experience in these areas who brings a “can-do” enthusiastic disposition to the job, and who can inspire others to do their best work. In addition, we are seeking someone who has:

Strong commitment to anti-racism and inclusivity.

A Bachelor’s degree in sales, marketing, or in any other related field and/or 3 years of related work experience.

Excellent interpersonal skills to relate cordially with team members, customers, colleagues, management, etc.

Ability to apply Microsoft Office packages, e.g. Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, effectively.

Excellent customer service, strong communications skills, and a collaborative working style.

Strong time management skills and ability to prioritize and multitask effectively.

Knowledge of and interest in theatre sector a plus.

What You Will be Doing:

Ensuring that sales activities are carried out.

Ensuring sales department meets set revenue goals.

Providing after-sales services to customers.

Informing customers of unexpected delays in meeting their need.

Ensuring contracts with customers are signed by designated officers.

Ensuring customers meet up their financial obligations.

Assisting in the organization and preparation of promotional materials.

Assisting with other tasks as necessary to ensure smooth working of the department.

Benefits, Compensation, and Other Information:

This regular part-time position will be pay an annual salary of $32,500, working 25 hours/week. TCG also covers 100% of health insurance premiums.  Additional benefits include one week of vacation, four personal days, paid sick-time, and other company time-off and holidays. Other benefits include a collegial environment that encourages a healthy work-life balance, personal and professional development opportunities through Grow@TCG, free TCG books, and events for staff designed by TCG’s “fun committee” to foster a warm, inviting, and friendly office culture.

Staff members also participate in mandatory year-round ED&I, accessibility, and anti-racism trainings. As well as participating on various internal workgroups: TCG’s ED&I Workgroup, BIPOC @ TCG affinity space, and Anti-Racist Learning and Action Affinity Space for White TCG Staff.

TCG is currently working remotely, and while there’s isn’t a confirmed date to return to in-person schedules and operations, if relocating to TCG’s offices in New York City is required for this position, TCG will cover up to $1,000 of relocation costs.

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