Job Opps….


Friends,
Two job opportunities have been sent to me recently, and I promised to pass them along to my peers who may know of strong candidates. Please read and share as you wish. Thanks!
Management Consultants for the Arts, Inc has been engaged to facilitate the search for the next President/CEO of LexArtsIn its dual role as both the area arts council and united arts fund, LexArts provides a wide range of programs and services designed to integrate the arts into the daily lives of the residents of Lexington, Kentucky. The right candidate for this position will have knowledge of and commitment to small and midsize arts organizations, experience with united arts funds and public art projects, and strong relationship building skills to strengthen the connections with local arts organization leadership, local artists and the LexArts Board of Trustees.   I’ve attached the job profile for your review. The committee hopes to make its decision by this summer.
City of Boston seeks an Arts and Cultural Affairs Commissioner, reporting directly to the Mayor. The Commissioner will be a Cabinet-level position to “foster a culture of transparency, inclusiveness, teamwork, innovation, and excellence.” Apply by August 04, 2014. Here is a link to the full job description and qualifications: http://hireculture.org/jobdetails.aspx?job_id=19313.
Job Opps….

The Arts in the Small Community – A National Plan


The Robert E. Gard Foundation, dedicated to fostering healthy communities through arts-based development, is currently seeking stories from communities in which the arts have improved the lives of citizens in remarkable ways. These stories will be nominees for case studies to be included in the Foundation’s Fifty Year Anniversary (2016) update of Robert Gard’s The Arts in the Small Community – A National Plan (the “Windmill Book”).
The Arts in the Small Community – A National Plan