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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.
Call to musicians: Arts in Medicine is hiring a part-time musician in residence to join our team! Must understand music in a broad context and be able to adapt to and perform a variety of musical styles such as pop, R&B, and gospel. Must possess excellent communication skills and a desire to use their talent in service to others. Submission address: email@example.com
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....
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.
Slover Linett is a social research practice for the arts, culture and community sector. Founded in Chicago in 1999, the firm uses the tools of research, evaluation, and dialogue to help changemakers increase equity and access, deepen engagement, and collaborate with their communities. Our projects grapple with questions in all areas of culture, ranging from programming, experience design, and community needs to marketing, audience development, outcomes measurement, co-creation, placemaking, and strategic planning.
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon (JSMA) is looking for a lead art instructor to support education programs focusing on arts integration, well-being, and building community. This individual will coordinate their Art Heals program, which offers remote and in-person workshops for patients and healthcare workers across the state.
Smart Growth America is seeking a Director of Arts and Culture with experience in arts administration, program development and management, and a commitment to SGA’s north star: “a country where no matter who you are, or where you live, you can enjoy living in a place which is healthy, prosperous and resilient.” The Director’s responsibilities include setting the direction of SGA’s arts & culture programs and projects, collaborating across SGA’s teams to bring an artistic lens to their work, managing staff and programs, and fundraising to support SGA’s arts & culture initiatives. This position sits with SGA’s Thriving Communities team and reports to the Director of Transportation for America, while also working closely with the leadership of all of SGA’s teams.
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.
Call for Artists: Artists with Disabilities
The Historic Congregation Ahavas Sholom and the Jewish Museum of New Jersey invites all artists with disabilities to apply for an exhibition in the Gallery at the Ahavas Sholom Congregation. The exhibition will be curated by artist and curator Nelson Alvarez.
Coming Soon: Research Coordinator
Arts in Health Research Lab, Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts, School of Public Health, and NJPAC
Coming Soon: Administrative Specialist
UF Center for Arts in Medicine