Opportunities & Resources
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES and JOB SEEKING RESOURCES
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is seeking two dynamic Project Managers for its public art program. Founded in 1971, the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is a non-profit organization responsible for igniting the region’s creative economy by investing in arts and culture with the vision that arts and culture is recognized by all as essential to our quality of life. The selected candidates will join a nationally-recognized public art program committed to imagination, collaboration, inclusivity, placemaking and community engagement through championing policies and practices of cultural equity that empower a just, inclusive, equitable city.
Join the CAP team to support its mission to provide arts education that impacts children for the rest of their lives.
The Program Manager provides support for all CAP direct service programs, co-leads the planning and execution of CAP’s annual Visual and Performing Arts Showcase, and maintains accurate records of payroll and purchases while ensuring each class’s spending is balanced.
NATIONAL & CORPORATE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
REGIONAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2024
Grants up to $9,500 for organizations to present a Southern artist for a performing arts, literary arts, visual arts, or film engagement.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN THROUGH MARCH 12, 2024
Become A Southern Circuit Screening Partner
Screening Partners present Southern Circuit film screenings, Q&As, and other filmmaker engagements with the community.
DEADLINE MARCH 13, 2024
Traditional Arts Touring Grants
These funds support projects engaging a traditional artist/ensemble for multi-day residencies in Southern communities with awards of up to $5,000.
11:00 A.M. ET MARCH 21, 2024
Free Online Workshop: Essential Social Media Tips
Join South Arts and working visual artist and creative Erin Kendrick for this special South Arts virtual learning opportunity. During our time together, Erin will share how she uses the social media tool Linktree and other social media platforms to promote her art, archive her work, and sell her art. We will begin with the basics and dive into real examples provided by Erin, a Southern working artist.
Open to organizations in rural communities of 50,000 people or less, the Express Grant program offers expedited awards of up to $3,000 supporting the presentation of touring artists.
Professional Development and Artistic Planning Grants
These grants offer up to $1,000 to support artistic planning and the professional development needs of Southern presenters, programmers, or curators.
Call for Presenters and Venues
NEA Research Blog Posts and Podcasts
“By Any Measure” blog posts and podcasts appear at the online digest ArtsJournal. They also are available on the NEA website.