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.
The question current arts-managers face is, “how do we make the arts accessible to everyone by exploring, unpacking, dismantling and rebuilding the systems that put us on an unsustainable path?” More
The Fort Point Arts Community is seeking a graduate level intern to coordinate the annual Open Studios in October. The Intern will work closely with the Director of Marketing and Operations to support the Open Studios event. More
The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy is seeking a highly-motivated, creative, and experienced development professional to establish its first individual major gifts program. More
The Wintergreen Arts Administration Fellowship is suited to the graduate or undergraduate student interested in pursuing a career on the business side of the classical music industry. More
The Cultural Development Division, City of Worcester is seeking creative marketing and communications candidates for the positions of Special Projects Assistant. More