Jan 31, 2012



There are several exciting upcoming opportunities that MACSers and those involved in cultural sustainability would be perfect for, so I wanted to bring them all together here.  If you have others (job openings, internship opportunities, events, etc) you would like to add, please leave them in the comments section below or email them to me at asfit001@mail.goucher.edu and I will be happy to post them!

Smithsonian Folklife Festival:  The deadline for festival employment opportunities was listed as January 27th or “until positions are filled”, so I say GO FOR IT!  If you are interested in working with the folks at the Smithsonian Folklife Festive, you can find more information as well as application instructions here.

Mid Atlantic Folkarts Outreach Project: Opportunities for artists, communities, and folklorists to come together, connect, share ideas, and shape projects.  Deadlines depend on project.  You can find more information on the Project website.

National Museum of the American Indian:  Internship opportunities are currently available.  For internships beginning in June, a February 6th deadline has been set.  Please visit the NMAI Internships page for more details and information on requirements and deadlines.

Sandy Spring Museum:  The museum that our very own Stephanie Boyle works with is hosting a Valentine Show/Sale/Fundraiser on February 11th and 12th, entitled Love Notes.  Artist participants must register by February 10th.  For more information on how you can participate in this event, please visit the Sandy Spring Museum website.

Northwest Folklife: This Seattle-based non-profit “dedicated to the preservation and celebration of folk, ethnic, and traditional arts for present and future generations” is looking for a Marketing Manager.  There is currently no deadline for application.  You can find out more about this position and how to apply for this great opportunity by visiting the Regional Arts & Culture Council website.


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