Aly's Arts in Health Job Board

November 2022

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Tenure-Line Faculty Position: Associate/Full Professor in Arts & Health and Associate Dean for Research

The University of Utah’s College of Fine Arts seeks an Associate or Full Professor with research expertise on the intersection of the arts with health or well-being to serve as the Associate Dean for Research and as a faculty member in one of the five academic units in the College of Fine Arts (i.e., Art & Art History, Dance, Film & Media Arts, Music, or Theatre). Applicants should have a strong understanding of the workings of research universities, grant-writing, the role of the arts in a research university, and the breadth of research in the arts.



​Limited Time Artist in Healthcare (guitar, strings, keyboard, and voice)

Peabody Institute seeks Maryland-based musicians working in diverse genres to join Sound Rounds, a program which brings trained musicians to patients’ bedsides to provide comfort and companionship through music. The Sound Rounds program began as a partnership in 2018 between the Peabody Institute and the Johns Hopkins Hospital Patient and Family Advisory Councils. To date, musicians have worked at the bedside at Johns Hopkins Hospital in East Baltimore.



​Research Coordinator

Arts in Health Research Lab, Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts, School of Public Health, and NJPAC

The Research Lab, launching in January 2023, will undertake benchmarking arts in health research for the state of New Jersey, innovate new research strategies, including arts-based research methods and art-as-data collection, and establish a research plan to assess the health impact of current NJPAC productions and programs. Faculty from Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts and School of Public Health will also bring research projects investigating the intersections of arts, health, and community development into the Lab.



Human Rights & the Arts Fellowships for Academic Year 2023-2024

The Open Society University Network Center for Human Rights & the Arts invites applications for two one-year research and teaching fellowships in human rights and the arts. The positions are open to individuals working in a variety of fields where human rights and the arts intersect, including artists, curators, researchers, scholars, writers, filmmakers, advocates and activists. The fellowships cover a period of one year, i.e. two academic semesters, from July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024, and are supported by a full-time salary and health benefits. The positions are based at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY.



Project Coordinator - Arts & Health: New York University

The Art & Health Lab@ NYU, in collaboration with the NYU Creative Arts Therapies Consortium, has been commissioned by the World Health Organization to create an Artist Wellbeing Resource (AWR). The content of the guide will be developed by an international cohort of 12 art and health practitioners and scholars. The resource will then be made accessible to artists and health practitioners around the world. The Art & Health Lab@ NYU is looking for a Project Coordinator. The commitment is from December 2022 to December 2023.



​Curator for the Visual Arts, Medical Library: Yale

The Curator for the Visual Arts, Medical Library develops, interprets, and supports a robust collection of prints, posters, drawings, photography, and other visual materials. Primary responsibilities include teaching, collection development and stewardship, and research support. Reporting to the Head of the Medical Historical Library, this position helps lead the exhibition program, which includes several physical spaces and online exhibitions. The curator will also assist in the interpretation of the Cushing Center, home of the Cushing Tumor Registry, a museum space and collection with over 10,000 glass plate negatives and other types of photography.



Assistant Manager - Art Program: NYU Langone

Duties include research, assist with curation, coordinating with the participating artists and artworks, and guest speakers, managing exhibition schedule and costs, installation logistics, special events.​



Director, UF Center for Arts in Medicine

The Center for Arts in Medicine (CAM) in the College of the Arts is committed to advancing research, education, and practice in arts in health, locally and globally. We seek a dynamic multi-track Director and Associate/Full Professor to lead our close-knit and rapidly expanding academic community made up of artists and scholars working in and researching the intersections of arts and health.

Our new director will join us in manifesting CAM’s tenets and help propel us to new levels of excellence as part of a comprehensive land, sea, and space-grant research university (ranked #5 among U.S. public universities).



Senior Vice President, Social Impact

Full-time, on-site SVP, Social Impact whose role will be to advance our mission to harness the arts to benefit the communities we serve, and develop new pathways to share NJPAC’s unique programs.

This exciting new role will oversee three departments:

Community Engagement, Arts Education, Arts & Well-being.



Senior Director/ Director of Research and Impact

The Senior Director/ Director of Research and Impact is responsible for creating and implementing the research agenda and impact assessment strategy for the Arts Education Department and the Arts & Well-being initiative. This work will include designing and implementing use-inspired research studies – from the expected to the ingenious – as well as developing and testing relevant tools to measure, evaluate, and convey the Department’s impact. The successful candidate will be grounded in both artistic and scientific approaches and motivated by outcomes and impact at scale.



​Arts in Medicine Teaching Artist

Miami Cancer Institute at Baptist Health

Responsible for developing and implementing the protocol and curriculum of the Arts in Medicine Program. Supervises performing, clinical, education and research related artistic roles. Position will collaborate with medical director, therapeutic artists and arts in medicine specialist to build an academic curriculum, develop projects and workshops and supervise the daily work of contracted artists in residence and practicum student artists.... and more....



​RFP - Social Prescription Strategic Consultant

Mass Cultural Council

The goal for FY23 Social Prescription Strategic Consultant is to bring together and facilitate conversations, actions, and plans with partners in public health, social services, entrepreneurs, the insurance and employee benefit providers, other funders, and the cultural sector to identify how best to sustain, scale and replicate Social Prescription through an appropriate entity to best house the initiative.



​Artist in Residence

Innovation is built on the intersection of diverse perspectives. To augment the team’s efforts to generate groundbreaking digital solutions, Washington, DC’s i-team will hire an artist in a part-time capacity (~2.5 days/week) to serve on the team for up to two years.

As Washington, DC’s Artist-In-Residence, you will apply your artistic practice to complement the i-teams’ work to develop and launch new programs and services that improve the lives of city residents.

​Coming Soon:

NJPAC: Program Manager, Arts & Well-being

NYC Health + Hospitals: Program Director, Arts in Medicine


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