Pizarts Dance Hub For Entpreneurial Innovation is currently looking for Dance Ambassadors for commission-based, remote opportunities. At Pizarts, we provide international opportunities for emerging & established dancers, choreographers, educators and studios to train, perform, teach and travel through dance. We are home to Dance Gap Year, Teach Beach Retreat, Mentorship For Dancers & Perform + Present @ Ailey.
We are currently hiring professional dancers, choreographers, educators and dance enthusiasts who are passionate about dance, travel and education, pro-active and looking to be part of a growing company and global dance community. This is a great opportunity for those looking for remote work and a flexible schedule to supplement your income. Ambassadors can be based anywhere in the world, work as many hours as you’d like and make your own schedule to fit into your lifestyle. Ambassadors also receive discounts on Pizarts programs and access to future opportunities.
February 13, 2020
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Youth Dance Instructor in Melrose
Melrose Dance Academy
Workplace street address
22 Corey St
Part time, regular
Melrose Dance Academy is seeking new instructors to join our faculty. Our performing arts school, located in Melrose, has an emphasis on excellence and love for the art of dance, with a student base aged 2 to 18.
We have an opening for a dance instructor whose specialty is teaching beginner to int/advanced ballet, pre-pointe, tap, jazz, hip hop, acro and/or contemporary. We are seeking a creative, forward-thinking teacher who brings out the best in dancers. Schedule of 5 to 10-plus classes a week, based on availability. Position begins in September (or sooner, based on teacher availability). The school year runs from September through June. Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience and credentials.
Interested instructors: Please e-mail with a current resumé and phone number, as well as what you love about teaching and what matters most to you in working for a dance studio. Melrosedanceacademy@gmail.com
The Executive Director will be responsible for the overall success and creative growth of BalletRox, including the vibrancy of its programs, brand, facility, financial sustainability, and impact. Reporting to and working closely with the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will oversee BalletRox’s business operations, effectively managing administration, development, marketing and communications, finance, and human resources. This individual will serve as the organization’s chief fundraiser, creating advancement strategies and implementing action plans that deepen relationships in all sectors of the philanthropic community. This is a 12month position, starting at 30 hours per week. There is potential to grow to full time, depending on successful fundraising. Salary at 30 hours, 12 months, is $52,500. Benefits include generous paid time off, 401k with match, Health Reimbursement Arrangement, some flexible hours and work from home opportunities.
Production Assistant: We Create/ Celebrating Women in the Arts!
You will have the opportunity to join the unique process of putting together a large production in the city of Boston (entering our 7th year!). Unlike any other, We Create brings together self-identified and gnc artists from all artistic disciplines to work together around a common theme over the period of 6 months. The culmination of the process is the We Create Festival. As an intern you will be asked to engage in challenging responsibilities in a high-paced environment. This year (2020), you will work with us for the two months leading to the production (mid-February, March, and mid-April).
For information on internship description, how to apply, compensation and more, please visit: http://www.danzaorganica.org/opportunities-with-danza-org%C3%A1nica.php
Ten Production Interns work with the Production Staff, learning and gaining experience through Festival set-up, company load-ins, and show-operating positions in two indoor theatres, an outdoor stage, and four studios.
During the first three weeks of the internship, Production Interns open and clean the theatres and studios, install complete lighting and sound systems, lay multiple dance floors, and hang repertory soft goods. During this pre-season period, the Production Department is instrumental in preparing the Festival grounds for public access. Production Interns and Staff participate in a variety of campus-wide projects and tasks to create the atmosphere for which Jacob’s Pillow is so well-known. During company load-ins, general jobs include hanging and focusing lights, laying dance floors, assembling scenery, maintaining wardrobe, and the loading and unloading of trucks alongside visiting companies.