Click on the job titles below or scroll down for information on arts-related job vacancies that have been presented to the Delaware Division of the Arts. For other opportunities in the arts, select from the categories listed below or visit the Arts Job Sites section of our Arts Resources page.
The Art Studio Seeks Teaching Artists
New Castle County Art Studio seeks applicants for teaching positions in upcoming programs for the 2017 calendar year and beyond.
The Art Studio is the fine arts education facility of the New Castle County Department of Community Services. Located in the Absalom Jones Community Center at 310 Kiamensi Road in Wilmington, Delaware, it is the home of vibrant art programs where students of all ages can learn techniques from stained glass, jewelry, book arts, polymer clay, pottery, darkroom photography, weaving, drawing, painting, and much more. Additional programs include the Kaleidoscope Adaptive Art Studio and Free Creative Art Saturdays program held the second Saturday of every month. The goal of the art studio is to provide New Castle County residents with a broad variety of interesting, exciting, and artistic classes and programs.
The Art Studio
310 Kiamensi Road
Wilmington, DE 19804
Posted April 3, 2017
Delaware Institute for the Arts in Education (DIAE)
Administrative Professional to the Executive Director and Artistic Director
The Delaware Institute for the Arts in Education (DIAE), based in Wilmington is seeking a Administrative Professional to assist the Executive Director and Artistic Director in all matters of the organization in bringing diverse multicultural arts programming to schools and early learning centers throughout the state. The ideal candidate would be proactive, organized, and team oriented. 30 hours per week. http://diae.org/
Full Job Responsibilties can be found here.
How To Apply
Please send cover letter, resumé and three references with names, addresses and contact information to:
Libby Quartullo @ email@example.com or mail to:
PO Box 3015
Wilmington, DE 19804
Attention: Libby Quartullo
Posted March 24, 2017
Director, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery
Carnegie Mellon is seeking someone to take on the leadership of the gallery on our campus – a gallery with a relatively rare mission for which we seek a director with a set of skills beyond the traditional.
The position announcement can be found at the College of Fine Arts Web site. To apply, interested individuals should visit InterFolio.
Posted February 3, 2017
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