Alliance of Artists Communities 
Description: Posts job opportunities in arts administration and academia.
Association of Arts Administration Educators
Description: A nonprofit organization created to advocate formal training and high standards of education for arts administrators. Website provides links to graduate and undergraduate programs in arts adminstration, jobs, and other resources.
College Art Association
Description: Sponsors an online Career Center that posts arts-related employment opportunities at colleges, universities, and art schools.
Connecticut Office of the Arts
Description: Sponsors an online Directory of Teaching Artists that lists Connecticut artists who work in schools and community settings.
Healing Arts Initiative 
Description: Brings visual and performing arts programs to New Yorkers confined in hospitals, shelters, and health-care facilities, and to city schools.
Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, Artists-in-Schools
Description: Places professional artists and arts groups in K-12 schools, and in parks and recreation centers, senior facilities, correctional facilities, hospitals, libraries, other community centers, as well as private sector businesses, organizations and individuals.
Prison Arts Project
Description: Open to visual and performing artists interested in conducting workshops in California correctional facilities.
Professionals for NonProfits
Description: An employment agency that offers part-time and full-time temporary and permanent positions to people interested in working for
nonprofit organizations, including those that are arts-related. Offices in five cities.
Studio in a School
Description: Places professional visual artists in residences in New York City’s public schools.
Teaching Artists Guild (TAG) 
Description: Committed to the professionalization and visibility of artists who teach. We are the voice of the teaching artist, communicating the depth and breadth of work that teaching artists provide educational systems and communities. Provides an online resource center and other services.Young Audiences, Inc.
Description: National organization that offers opportunities to artists in all disciplines to work in school systems throughout the United States.


Title: ArtSearch
Description: A national employment-service bulletin for jobs in the performing arts and arts administration.
Frequency: Bi-Weekly
Publisher: Theatre Communications Group
Title: Career Solutions for Creative People. How to Balance Artistic Goals with Career Security
Author/Editor: Dr. Ronda Ormont
Description: Focuses on how to find the time and freedom to pursue art while making a stable living.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2001
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Title: Careers for Nonconformists: A Practical Guide to Finding and Developing a Career Outside the Mainstream
Author/Editor: Sandra Gurvis
Description: Covers a multitude of careers in which people can shine and be authentic.
Publisher: Marlowe & Company
Publication Date: 1999
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Title: Careers in Art
Author/Editor: Blythe Camenson
Description: Revised. Breaks down specific educational requirements and additional training needed for particular jobs.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Publication Date: 2006
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Title: The Complete Guide to Running Successful Workshops & Seminars: Everything You Need to Know to Plan, Promote and Present a Conference Explained Simply
Author: Kristie Lorette 
Description: Covers marketing a seminar or workshop to the right audience, how to avoid mistakes and disasters, budget planning, and more.
Publisher: The Atlantic Publishing Group
Publication Date: 2014
Title: Gardner’s Guide to Internships at Multimedia and Animation Studios
Author/Editor: Garth Gardner
Description: Revised. Profiles hundreds of computer graphics, animation, and multimedia companies in the USA and Canada that offer internships.
Publisher: Garth Gardner, Inc.
Publication Date: 2004
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Title: How to Run Seminars & Workshops: Presentation Skills for Consultants, Trainers and Teachers
Author: Robert L. Jolles 
Description: Provides effective techniques for winning over an audience, holding their interest, and conveying important information. A step-by-step self-teaching guide that provides the confidence and the techniques speakers need to survive and thrive in front of an audience.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Publication Date: Revised 2017
Title: How to Survive and Prosper as an Artist: Selling Yourself without Selling Your Soul, New edition
Author: Caroll Michels
Description: See chapter “Generating Income: Alternatives to Driving a Cab.” The author is the founder of the Artist Help Network and a career coach and artist-advocate.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication date: Revised 2018
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Title: Opportunities in Visual Arts Careers
Author/Editor: Mark Salmon
Description: Revised edition. Offers information about a variety of careers in the field of visual arts, including training and education requirements, salary statistics, and professional and Internet resources.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Contemporary Books
Publication Date: 2008
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Title: The Photographer’s Assistant 
Author/Editor: John Kieffer
Description: Revised edition. Information on how to become a photographer’s assistant; the skills and personal attributes professionals seek; how they hire assistants; technical tips on lighting, camera equipment, etc.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2001
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Title: Starting Your Career in Art Education
Authors: Emily Stern and Ruth Zealand
Description: Covers careers teaching art in Pre-K, K-12, undergraduate and graduate school, nonprofit organizations, businesses, and more. Includes interviews with successful art educators.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2013
Title: The Workshop Book: How to Design and Lead Successful Workshops
Author: Pamela Hamilton
Description: Covers the tools you need to design and lead successful workshops;ways to enhance the collective intelligence of any team, keeping them focused and engaged;
tips for structuring time to generate maximum productivity in a limited session; and
advice on how to find inspiration and creativity to generate great ideas for any workshop presentations.
Publisher: FT Press
Publication Date: 2016


Title: Americans for the Arts Job Bank
Description: An online listing of jobs in arts adminsistration
URL: http://jobbank.artsusa.orgTitle: “Advice for Artists on How to Make a Living—When Selling Art Doesn’t Pay the Bills”
Description: Article by Caroll Michels
Title: BOCES Arts and Enrichment Resources
Description: An online listing of artists who participate in arts-in-education programs. Sponsored by the Board of Cooperative Educational Services in New York.
Title: Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington Job Bank
Description: Lists of opportunities in arts and arts administration in the greater Washington DC area.
Title: Examples of Arts in Healthcare Programs, National Endowment for the Arts
Description: A list of arts in healthcare programs throughout the United States.
Description: Listing of creative administrative, production, volunteer and internship opportunities in Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Description: Lists faculty positions and part-time adjunct positions at colleges, including those in the art field.
Title: New York Foundation for the Arts Job Listings
A listing of employment opportunities in the arts.
Title: SchoolShows
Description: A national directory of performers who present assemblies, workshops, and residencies in schools.
Title: Vitae
Description: Lists employment information for faculty, administrators, and executives in art, art history, communication, and the performing arts from more than 1,200 institutions. Sponsored by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Title: Work in Culture, The Job Board 
Description: Connects arts and culture organizations in Canada with job seekers.


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