AS220 is a non-profit community arts organization located in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. We provide an unjuried and uncensored forum for the arts: a space to access tools, technology and knowledge; a space to come together, collaborate, innovate, experiment and take risks. AS220 offers artists opportunities to live, work, exhibit and perform in our facilities, including: four rotating gallery spaces; a performance stage; a black box theater; a print shop; a darkroom and media arts lab; a fabrication and electronics lab; a dance studio; a youth program focusing on youth under state care and in the Rhode Island juvenile detention facility; 48 affordable live/work studios for artists; and a bar and restaurant.
AS220’s Development Associate will work in close collaboration with the Director of Development and Grants Manager to plan and implement fundraising initiatives according to organizational needs and priorities. Core duties will include grant writing, individual donor cultivation, assistance with sponsorship solicitation and fundraising for special events, donor database management, and other fund development activities as needed.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about arts and culture, community and relationship building, youth arts education, and be committed to advancing the organizational vision and goal of AS220’s Racial Justice Initiative to “co-create an anti-racist and liberatory culture at AS220”.
deadline to apply: Sunday, September 26
The Live/Work Program Manager will oversee the occupancy of AS220’s 47 residential studios and 7 work studios. Core responsibilities include leasing new and renewing tenants, maintaining compliance with affordable housing program requirements, advertising vacancies, tracking rent payments, responding to residents’ concerns, and fostering a sense of community through social events and volunteer opportunities. The Live/Work Program Manager will report to the Director of Operations and will work closely with the Property Maintenance team and the Finance team.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about the arts, skilled at fostering healthy interpersonal communication, savvy in navigating government bureaucracy and reporting requirements, and aligned with AS220’s values as well as our Racial Justice Initiative’s goal to “co-create an anti-racist and liberatory culture at AS220”.
To apply for jobs listed here, please send all materials requested in the specific position descriptions below to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can also be faxed to 401-454-7445, or be mailed or hand delivered to:
95 Mathewson Street #204
Providence, RI 02903
Prospective candidates should spend some time on our web site, as220.org, before applying.