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Recent Job Opportunities

East Lynne Theater Company
Cape May CountyCape May, NJ
Full Time
Posted August 01, 2022
East Lynne Theater Company is an award-winning Equity professional theatre founded in 1980. Since inception, ELTC has been recognized for its excellence. The New York Times listed ELTC as a top 75 summer theater of North America. Now more than ever, ELTC is primed to thrive. In 2023, the company will move into a new theater in Downtown Cape May.

ELTC is looking for an ambitious, inspirational, and visionary Artistic Director (AD) to be both artistic leader and accountable for the overall success of the company. The AD will work in partnership with the Board to strategically and operationally lead the organization. Specifically, the AD is responsible for conceiving, developing, and implementing the artistic vision and focus of the theater company. The AD reports to the Board of Trustees.
Montclair State University
Essex CountyMontclair, NJ
Full Time
Posted July 07, 2022
Montclair State University seeks a dynamic, collaborative leader with demonstrated success in programming the performing arts and live events for a diverse audience. Reporting to the Dean of the College of the Arts, the Director of Arts and Cultural Programming builds upon the success of the storied Peak Performances presented series, curating, marketing, and overseeing professional theatre, music, and dance as well as speakers, panels, colloquia, screenings, and other public events that engage and enrich the university and surrounding communities. Programming efforts will center on the magnificent 498-seat Alexander Kasser Theater, while other venues on campus, including a 988-seat proscenium theater, black box theater, recital hall, presentation hall, and amphitheater, will be available
Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts
Middlesex CountyNew Brunswick, NJ
Full Time
Posted June 14, 2022
Mason Gross seeks a highly collaborative, visionary, creative, and dynamic leader to serve as its next Director of Rutgers Community Arts (RCA), a community-facing program that offers classes, summer camps, and lessons in music, theater, dance, art & design, and filmmaking. Reporting directly to the Dean, the Director will oversee all aspects of RCA.

The Director works closely and collaboratively with the school’s senior leadership, faculty, and staff to articulate a vision for RCA that leverages its revenue-generating potential while furthering the school’s strategic priorities — in particular engagement as a means of fostering inclusivity and increasing access to the arts for underserved populations.

Action Alerts

ACT NOW – Contact NJ legislators re continued pandemic relief for arts & culture

S2800/A4233 was recently introduced to support New Jersey’s creative industries with $70 million of federal American Rescue Plan (ARPA) funds still available to the State of New Jersey.

Cultural organizations were among the very first to close and the last to reopen when pandemic restrictions eased. Most continue to struggle financially with decreased revenue as audiences have not yet returned to pre-pandemic capacity levels. Earlier federal funding has long since expired.

Funds will provide grants to nonprofit and for-profit arts and cultural organizations through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) to recoup lost revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and help...
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Support the Creative Economy Bills
The U.S. Congress is currently considering seven bills that will support the creative industries in recovery. Many offer ways for federal agencies to expand services and opportunities to benefit individual artists and cultural organizations.

Together, these bills map a new, more equitable and impactful policy landscape for creative businesses and workers and, if passed, would improve the lives of all Americans by expanding opportunity for creative workers and boosting the U.S. economy.

Please ask your member of Congress to cosponsor any or all of these bills.
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