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To build a case for future investment in social prescribing, this project requires a robust developmental evaluation framework and data management strategy to demonstrate the efficacy of social prescribing and the impact of interventions provided by the CBSS sector on health and social outcomes for seniors. Healthy Aging Alberta is looking for a skilled evaluation and facilitation team to plan and execute key deliverables for this project.
Do you have insights to share about creative placemaking? As one of the executive producers of the 2023 Northeast & Mid-Atlantic Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit in Jersey City, the Northern New Jersey Community Foundation invites you to submit a proposal to lead a session.
Will provide several workshops on social justice art to the Social Justice students and the wider campus community. The workshops will explain the themes, techniques, and objectives of the socially conscious art.
Founded in 1976 by Liz Lerman and under the artistic direction of Cassie Meador since 2011, Dance Exchange is a non-profit dance organization based in Takoma Park, Maryland. Fueled by generosity and curiosity, Dance Exchange expands who gets to dance, where dance happens, what dance is about, and why dance matters. We collaborate across generations, disciplines, and communities to channel the power of dancemaking as a means for dialogue, a source of critical reflection, and a creative engine for thought and action.
The Creative Center at University Settlement offers the world of art in a supportive community to people living with cancer and other chronic illnesses, and to older adults across the aging spectrum. The aim of the program is to improve the quality of participants’ lives through the discovery of their own creative resources and to build community among those living with illness or the new opportunities that come with healthy aging.
The Program Manager will be an integral liaison to our healthcare and community partner sites, ensuring safe, creative and engaging arts programming, and will play a crucial role in our social prescribing pilot.
The Program Director will support Arts in Medicine's mission to deliver evidenced based art programming to 40,000+ caregivers, patients and families. This role will forge partnerships with New York City’s cultural organizations to develop innovative programs designed to support and provide essential self- care opportunities to our vast healthcare system.
The Resident Artist develops and facilitates visual art activities directed at patients and caregivers in inpatient, outpatient, and small group settings. Resident Artists work as part of the Creative Arts Team, a studio-based arts-in-healthcare program funded by the Roswell Park Alliance Foundation Quality of Life Program. Resident Artists report to the Art Coordinator.
This Program and Project Administrator position will lead the Community Engagement and the Arts team’s programs, specifically supporting Culture and Community Design and the Community Planning through Arts and Culture initiative. Such support includes the following activities: program, curriculum, and events development, coordination, documentation, reporting, and evaluation; outreach and engagement with artists and culture bearers, arts and culture organizations, and community-based organizations; and research and analysis of inclusive and equitable arts and culture-led community engagement programs, policies, and processes (internal and external to the ARC).
The Gifts of Art program at Michigan Medicine invites applications for the position of Program Staff - Artist in Residence. Basic duties include bedside visits delivering art making supplies and activities appropriate for patients in hospital facilities and at the bedside, leading or facilitating patients in art making. Works with medical and clinical staff to identify those patients who would benefit from an art visit. The candidate must provide a portfolio of appropriate artwork and arts activities
Art-Reach creates, advocates for, and expands accessible opportunities in the arts so the full spectrum of society is served. Reporting to the Director of Programs, the Program Coordinator supports programming as it relates to Art-Reach’s ACCESS and Ticketing programs, along with the Virginia and Harvey Kimmel Family Fund ENCORE and STAMP programs. The Program Coordinator will also support organizational members within Art-Reach’s human service network.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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....