Arts Job Bank

Arts organizations steeped in their communities are at an advantage, and the BU Arts Administration program is no exception. We take pride in connecting vital arts organizations—nonprofit, public, or private—with the exceptionally qualified and well-prepared administrative professionals the MET program produces. Given the program’s emphasis on professional experience, Arts Administration students are especially capable of contributing to organizations early in their careers.

To post a job to the Arts Administration job bank, please use the announcement submission form to create a posting.

Job: Assistant Professor

November 15th, 2017

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The Department of Fine and Performing Arts is currently accepting applications for a full-time, tenure track, Assistant Professor position in Arts Management beginning September 1, 2018. More

Job: Social Media Freelancer

November 15th, 2017
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The Gardner Museum is looking for a collaborative individual to work with our team and tell our stories. The Social Media Freelancer will work to promote the museum, its events, and its exhibitions on social media. More

Job: Printmaking Teaching Artist

November 15th, 2017
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Raw Art Works (RAW) seeks a printmaker with vision and passion to train with our staff for 6-10 weeks and eventually lead his/her own printmaking group at RAW. We are looking for someone who has experience working with youth in a creative capacity in printmaking, graphic arts, and fine arts. More

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Internship: Special Events (Spring 2018)

November 13th, 2017
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Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (CSC) is seeking a part-time Special Events Intern who will be an integral part of the development team, which consists of a full-time Director of Development, a full-time Development & Events Associate, and a part-time Events Consultant. More

Fellowship: The Institute of Contemporary Art

November 13th, 2017

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The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (ICA) invites applicants for our Curatorial Fellowship for Diversity program. The ideal candidate seeks to gain training and mentorship in the curatorial field. More