Executive Director for the Arts, Boston Public Schools
The BPS seeks an Executive Director for the Arts to provide internal and external district-wide leadership for Pre-K-12 arts programs, in keeping with the goals of the BPS Arts Expansion Program, BPS Strategic Implementation Plan and Boston Creates, the city’s cultural plan, to ensure all BPS students have equitable access to quality sequential arts education. This position is charged with linking the district with the larger arts community, expanding school-based arts programming, and creating stronger connections across schools (art specialists, teachers, and school leaders) to share best practices. The Executive Director is responsible for building stronger systems, improving coordination between and among schools and external partners, and raising the visibility of the BPS commitment to the arts as part of a well rounded education for all BPS students. The Executive Director provides overall strategic leadership for Pre-K-12 arts programs, is supported by the Visual and Performing Arts department team and oversees all functions of the BPS Arts Department.
Pre-ballet and ballet one teacher
We’re seeking someone proficient teaching pre-ballet and ballet one for our summer course, July 2 through Aug. 4. Pre-ballet is structured creative movement for children age 3 & 4. Ballet one is introductory for children age 5 & 6, with a brief barre, floor stretch, simple center and creative movement elements. The teacher must enjoy small dealing with small children and have related ballet skills, as well as references and experience. This is a summer part time slot, but could lead to more.
Concord Academy Teaching Artists Fellowship
Concord Academy’s Wilcox Fellowship applicants in dance should be trained in contemporary modern dance and have a strong background in ballet and experience with a range of dance forms such as jazz, hip-hop, African dance or contact improvisation. The duration of the Fellowship is one year, with the possibility of renewal for a second. For fellows who continue at CA in a second year, the school provides support toward graduate work and mentorship in the job search and/or graduate school application process.
Concord Academy’s Performing Arts Department offers a vibrant, rigorous, and eclectic dance program. Students study ballet, contemporary modern dance, and composition at every level of training. In addition, guest teachers expand students’ experience in hip-hop, jazz dance, ballroom, and African dance. The advanced-level performing ensemble is taught as an academic major, and invites guest choreographers to campus who bring a range of perspectives to the students’ course of study.
There is no firm deadline for applications, though we are looking to fill the role before the end of the summer.
This is considered a paid internship.
Dance Instructors in Natick
Impulse Dance Center is looking for experienced instructors for the 2018/2019 season starting in September 2018. Looking for instructors in all levels of Jazz, Tap and Lyrical. as well as children’s classes for ages 3-5. Applicants must be able to create a syllabus that is technically sound for the level they are working with, be motivational, energetic, communicate well and be able to maintain class focus but have fun. Must also be able to create choreography for the annual dance concert.
Compensation based on experience
If interested submit resume to email@example.com by June 15th. Interviews will be scheduled for the week of June 25th
Hip Hop/Street Dance Instructor in Malden
Looking for an instructor specializing in challenging, competition style hip hop. The class would be one hour and might be multi-leveled and multi age! Looking for an instructor who definitely brings fun, up-to-date choreography to each weekly class.