Atlanta is home to a thriving arts scene with a plethora of opportunities. This page is updated weekly to reflect currently available opportunities including jobs, internships, auditions, calls for proposals, and engagement activities offered by various companies and organizations in the metro Atlanta area. Know of an opportunity you’d like featured? Email us at email@example.com
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An international elementary school in Buckhead area is looking for a Theater/Drama teacher for the afterschool enrichment programs for immediate start. The class will be taught on Fridays until the end of May 2022. Summer Camp teaching and next school year teacher opportunity is also possible.
The current class times are 2-3pm to 4 years old and 3:15-5pm to 5yrs through 10yrs old kids. The last 30mins they go to the playground to play, so the actual teaching time is 1,5hrs and then watching the playbround safety. The teacher needs to report to school at least 15min early to prepare the classroom.
Pay is competative depending on the experience. We are open for reliable interns too. The teacher needs to go through background check.
Spanish and/or French knowledge or nativity is highly preferred. Please email the interest letter and bio to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contracted Position: 4 to 5 Hours a Week
The Project Manager’s (PM) role is to enhance the effectiveness of Dance Force, Inc. DBA Full Radius Dance. The PM will work closely with the Artistic/Executive Director to ensure the execution and completion of Full Radius Dance’s artistic projects through the remainder of the 2021 – 2022 season, which ends June 30, 2022. This will include submitting weekly reports, conducting check-ins/meetings to discuss the progress, and effectively tracking progress.
The ideal candidate will be skilled at organizing all moving parts of individual projects while maintaining thorough communication at each stage of the process.
The UGA Department of Dance invites applications for a 9-month Assistant Professor tenure-track faculty position beginning August 1, 2022 who will have professional expertise in Contemporary Dance (broadly defined) and Aerial Dance. Additional areas of preferred competence include Laban Movement Analysis, Dance Composition, Improvisation, and Dance Technology/Digital Dance, but other areas of expertise that contribute to the dance major are welcomed.
January 22 | 2PM
Compass Dance Academy, 876 Senoia Rd, Tyrone, GA
We are seeking dancers to fill full-time company member positions, project-based company members, trainee positions, as well as seeking new interns for our intern program.
To apply, email Leigh Ducas at email@example.com and request an audition application!
January 29 | 12-2PM
Atlanta Dance and Music Academu, 524 Plasters Ave NE, Atlanta, GA
CityDance, Inc. is a registered 501C3 serving as a conduit for art and culture for our City’s children and their families. We support established and emerging choreographers to work with Atlanta-based dancers who enjoy performing for the benefit of the community. Read more about our mission at www.citydanceatlanta.org.
- Audition for Atlanta based dancers 18+
- Free weekly dance classes and performance stipends for pre/post-professional dancers
- Register for the audition to let us know you’re coming: https://forms.gle/B9MCHxAuJgyDWzWn6
January 22 | 3-5:30PM
Ballethnic Academy of Dance, 2587 Cheney St, East Point, GA
Audition fee: $15
January 20 | 7:30PM
DanceFX Atlanta, 8465 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Suite 170, Johns Creek, GA
January 30 | 12-3PM
7730 Roswell Rd. STE 103 Sandy Springs, GA
Video auditions also accepted
Deadline: January 31, 2022
The Contracts for Services (CFS) Program provides unrestricted general operating and project support. Eligible applicants include individual artists, nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations, arts & culture organizations, cultural institutions, colleges, and universities, as well as municipalities and units of government that produce or present ongoing arts programming open to the public.
Applicants selected for CFS awards present programs that reflect the cultural diversity of the County, captures the imagination of adults, families, and youth, invigorate neighborhood growth, support economic development, and provide jobs.
The DanceATL Archive Committee is actively looking for new members to join us in our efforts to discover and share the rich history of the Atlanta dance community. We are recruiting new members to serve on the committee as we enter our next phase of archival development. We will be gathering oral histories from longtime members of the Atlanta dance community over the next year, as well as determining the overall scope and direction of the process of developing an archive of other materials related to the history of dance in Atlanta. The committee meets about once a month via Zoom, and will be increasing our activity as we begin the process of conducting the oral history interviews. For more information or to find out how to join the committee, contact the chair, Douglas Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org) or one of the other current members of the committee, Cynthia Crain-Lee (email@example.com) or D. Patton White (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Hi, My name is Daniel Cardelino. I am an Atlanta-based photojournalist looking to expand my portfolio, so I thought there’s no better way to grow than photographing Atlanta artists. For my next project, The plan is to tell the story of arts and artists in Atlanta. Primarily using portraits, I plan to layer the pictures with a small statement from the artist about their connection to the art form, and possibly include candid photography. Dance is a beautiful art form and I’d like to find some dancers who are willing to be photographed for this project. If you are interested, please let me know.
For dates and times, contact me directly at email@example.com or @danielcardelinophotos on Instagram.
To see some of my work, check out danielcardelino.com
No compensation will be given out.
Donate2Dance collects gently worn dance shoes, costumes, and dancewear to give to schools in need. Materials can be hand delivered or shipped, and there is a local ambassador in Atlanta to facilitate. Reach out via email firstname.lastname@example.org if your organization is in need.
Promenade, a digital newsletter created by the DanceATL Writing Committee, features local artists and professionals, their artistic contributions to the community and their perspectives on dance in Atlanta. Nominate an outstanding individual or organization that you believe is creating unique work in the Atlanta area!
Nominations are accepted on a rolling basis. Go ahead and give us a shoutout to let us know who you think deserves some recognition! Feel encouraged to fill out the form more than once. Self-nominations are accepted.
Looking for a press release, interview, or coverage of your show? Fill out the form on the website, and we will do our best to pair you with a qualified writer.
We are asking choreographers to offer one complimentary ticket to the individual writing about your work. If this is not possible for you at this time, but still want coverage, please email intotheproscenium@gmail.
Calling all writers! Writers will be part of our core team, putting out long-form articles as well as highlighting works. Anyone can write, anyone can be reviewed.
Into the Proscenium (ITP) provides coverage of Atlanta’s dance scene – interviews, press releases, and criticism. Created in response to the dwindling commentary of other arts publications in the city, ITP is the area’s newest and most inclusive reporting of Atlanta dance.
ITP values impartiality, inclusivity, and diversity. We will work to cover anything that is submitted to us. Our mission is to keep Atlanta in the know about their dance community, and to keep the world in the know about Atlanta.
DEGAS (Dance Educators of GA Society) and GADOE Fine Arts Department is conducting a survey for dance educators gauging their interest in professional development topics for dance that will be provided in the form of resources and videos. Please complete this survey at your earliest convenience so that we can continue to provide relevant programming for dance educators.
The Archival Intern will receive valuable hands-on experience in working in a non-profit while gathering and organizing the history of Atlanta dance. For more information, visit danceatl.org/internships
The deadline to apply for Spring 2022 has now passed, but keep an eye out for our Summer 2022 applications!
The Arts Administration Intern will receive valuable hands-on experience in working for a non-profit while supporting the mission of DanceATL. This internship can be designed to address your personal interests and learn new skills in the field of Arts Administration. For more information, visit danceatl.org/internships
The deadline to apply for Spring 2022 has now passed, but keep an eye out for our Summer 2022 applications!
The Creatives Project is looking to hire an intern who is a skilled and visual storyteller with a love for digital media and communications. Do you possess a strong visual eye with an engaging writing style? Are you familiar with the cultural agents operating in the local/regional art circuit? Are you a passionate, detail-oriented and engaged collaborator? If so we’d love to hear from you! Please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com with the subject “Social Media Internship”.
The Social Media Intern will receive a $150 stipend per month at the end of each month for the duration of their internship. Alternatively, TCP can offer studio workspace.
Out of Hand offers seasonal paid internships in support of our Equitable Dinners Program: a collaborative project that includes art and small group conversation to build community, bring light to inequities that exist for black people, and activate anti-racist action. The responsibilities of the internship include: familiarizing yourself with arts culture and collaborative partnerships in the Atlanta arts community, developing community engagement practices, attending staff meetings with Out of Hand team and Equitable Dinners Partner Design Team, coordinating completion and implementation of monthly project indicators, and other projects as assigned. These responsibilities will contribute to the development of the intern’s professional competencies by connecting his/her theoretical knowledge with good production and administration skills. Key abilities such as event coordination, small theater event production, intercultural skills, collaborative work, using the arts as a tool for social justice, introductory understanding of racial equity, anti-racism, and production of transformational learning events in a virtual environment.
For more information, please e-mail Adria Kitchens, Director of Equity and Activism, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interns Wanted! We’re gearing up for the upcoming season! Interested?
We offer semester-based internships for students seeking experience in studio management, classroom teaching, arts administration and production support.
Are you interested in dance, youth development, or gaining experience in the nonprofit sector? Moving in the Spirit is looking for interns to support our staff and positively impact the lives of our young people.
Internships are available in the following areas:
- Program – support our program staff and classes
Contact our HR Manager, Kacey Dennis, to join the movement! E-mail email@example.com.
T. Lang Dance, a registered non-profit, is seeking an intern to assist in social media and design as well as managing events at The Movement Lab, its premiere arts and community space in Westview. The ideal candidate is outgoing, detail-oriented, proactive, and self-motivated. Some weekend and evening work is required and will be paid.
This position will require approximately 20 hours per week; hours will fluctuate depending on bookings and event schedules. Hospitality, Events Management, Arts, Non-profit Management, and English majors are strongly encouraged to apply. All majors will be considered.
Assist with day-to-day venue operations, including light cleaning and stocking. Assist in answering inquiries about The Movement Lab. Assist in responding to requests to book The Movement Lab. Manage events on-site and act as representative of The Movement Lab. Assist with the set-up and breakdown of events. Assist with projects in the areas of marketing, event development and sponsorship/development as needed. Assist with day-to-day promotion of events, memberships, and opportunities to book The Movement Lab. Write captions related to The Movement Lab events and people participating in them, including features on members
How to Apply: Send cover letter, resume and a short writing sample or designs to firstname.lastname@example.org
About T. Lang Dance: T. Lang is dedicated to exposing the arts and emerging communities to the creative impact and genius of dance. The organization creates poetic movement landscapes, illustrating deep and rousing investigations into interdisciplinary creative practices, historical narratives and identity. Intended to nurture growth and innovation, The Movement Lab, managed by T. Lang Dance, offers a comfortable venue for professionals, artists, and community members in all fields.
Interested in volunteering your time to connect the Atlanta Dance community through DanceATL programming? Check out our volunteer page!
Email email@example.com to sign-up to be on DanceATL’s volunteer list. We can’t do it without you!
Moving in the Spirit
Moving in the Spirit is an award winning creative youth development program that uses the discipline of dance to help children and teens develop the social, emotional and cognitive skills they need to thrive. With that comes a lot of programming – we always need the help of volunteers to have the greatest impact!