Research Fellowship, Fractured Atlas

(Work for me! Work for meeeeeeeeee!)

Fractured Atlas is seeking Winter/Spring 2012 fellows to play key roles in several mission-critical research and technology initiatives. We’re seeking individuals with a background or interest in the arts who are prepared to bring hard-nosed quantitative analysis skills to creative and strategic challenges in our field. If you get your kicks from creating awesome-looking spreadsheets that actually work, are a database programming ninja-in-training, or fancy yourself the next Alan Brown (or Nate Silver) in ten years, you might be just the kind of nerd we’re looking for.

Deadline: December 28, 2011.

Presenting and Artist Communities Director, National Endowment for the Arts

 The selectee will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Serve as Agency’s nationally recognized expert and authority for the fields of Presenting and Artist Communities in discussions throughout the agency including collaborations with other Divisions.
  • Maintain good relations with leaders in the Presenting and Artist Communities fields and related fields and keep abreast of their perspectives on current and future trends.
  • Review proposals from the Presenting and Artist Communities fields, manage panel review process for applications, propose funding amounts, present grant recommendations for consideration by the Chairman, Senior Deputy Chairman, Deputy Chairman for Program & Partnerships, and to the National Council on the Arts.
  • Select experts in the Presenting and Artist Communities fields to serve as pre-screening and panel reviewers.  Chair advisory panel meetings.
  • Ensure accomplishment of Division’s objectives through combined supervisory, technical and administrative direction of subordinates, including the planning/assigning of work, setting priorities and evaluating performance.

Deadline: December 22, 2011, but position may be filled before then.

Arts Education Director, National Endowment for the Arts

The selectee will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Serve as the Agency’s nationally recognized expert and authority for the field of Arts Education.
  • Provide national leadership and direction concerning Agency Arts Education funding, programming, policies and partnerships.
  • Maintain good relations with leaders in the Arts Education and related fields and keep abreast of their perspectives on trends and innovative developments.
  • Study and analyze the implications of research, findings and trends in the Arts Education field in order to formulate and recommend appropriate funding, programming and policy.
  • Review proposals from the Arts Education field, manage panel review process for applications, propose funding amounts and present grant recommendations for consideration by Senior-Level staff.

Deadline: January 9, 2012, but position may be filled before then.

Program Assistant, Cultural Development Corporation

Cultural Development Corporation (CuDC), a non-profit organization dedicated to making space for art, is accepting applications for the position of Program Assistant. This entry-level position provides support to CuDC’s Programs team, assisting with: the delivery of capacity-building services to artists and arts organizations; performances and exhibitions in the Mead Theatre Lab and Flashpoint Gallery; production of the Source Festival; creation of arts space.

No deadline provided.