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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In the role of Artistic Director, the individual will work in collaboration with the Executive Director, ensuring the highest level of excellence in all programs and performances. They will create, manage and expand existing programs and diverse performances, while presenting the gospel through created art that moves through high-quality dance instruction, music, creative writing and stimulating performances.
The Artistic Director will assume responsibility for dance company member development, teaching, managing dance staff, dance theatre annual productions, class room curriculum, developing and planning workshops, master classes, community engagement and outreach programs. The Artistic Director will perform in special events.
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance preferred. Previous experience as a Dancer and Artistic Director with no less than 5 years’ Experience in teaching Ballet, Modern, African, Hip-Hop and Creative dance. No less than 5 years’ experience in directing and producing with the ability to work under pressure. Possess leadership and people skills, risk taking, excellent communication skills, management skills, creativity, and strong math ability for budgets and logistics.
To start the application process, please send a resume and cover letter to Shealeta Reed, Executive Director, at email@example.com. For questions, contact Shealeta via email or call 404.786.8321. Please visit the website at ministryinmotioninc.org to learn more about Ministry in Motion, Inc. International Dance Theatre.
Expressions in Motion Dance is looking for quality, energetic, and dedicated instructor for the following class:
Ballet & Hip Hop class, ages 4-5 years
Wednesdays, 3:15-4:15pm, in Kennesaw, GA
Starting pay $35/hour
Please send resume and references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Ro’s Dance Closet- Now Hiring
Ms. Ro’s Dance Closet is now hiring retail sales associates for Tuesdays-Fridays 11-7 and Saturdays 10-4 at their store location in College Park. The Business Development/Sales Associate (BDS Associate) is responsible for providing a great in-store shopping experience for customers. Apply via jotform here.
More listings added weekly
Out of State
Call for Dancers- Moksha Dance Company
Submit Application Now
Moksha Dance Company is looking for dance artists based out of
Atlanta to join the cast for Moksha Production 2024.
Applications can be submitted at: https://tinyurl.com/fayee97u
PhaeMonae’s studio is an ephemeral, sustainable, fashion forward, eco-conscious wearable art design studio. Honoring traditional delicacies of urban culture with the guidance of My ancestors’ wisdom and cosmic direction through an intuitive creative gaze. Promoting the possibility for gender fluidity, flamboyance, and joy without restriction or expectation to be anything other than what we desire in that moment. Fashion is accessible if we make it with the wearer and the planet in mind. Creating unique pieces to empower the wearer.
PhaeMonae she/her/they/them is a movement engineer, creative HMUA, and Designer. Originating from the chocolate city, Washington D.C. and P.G. County Maryland. The voyages to Atl in 2015 began to propel forward in following the creative itch to make and shake. PhaeMonae loves to explore multiple mediums that feel transcendent of their personal joys and creative layering. A human who shape shifts as a form of expression and protection with deep connections to her ancestral realms and future selves. Collaging and turning trash to treasure can be key describing words to PhaeMonae’s style and approach to art-making. Landscape research and jovial sparks of inspiration to encourage folks to be their most authentic selves. If I don’t know anything about myself, one thing I know is “I will DIE FLY”
PhaeMonae offers a multitude of services one project at a time.
2024 Modern Atlanta Dance Festival Applications
Application Deadline | December 15
Applications for the 2024 Modern Atlanta Dance (MAD) Festival are now open.
There is no application fee required. If selected for the MAD Festival, each successful applicant will receive an honorarium plus their work will be presented in a professional theatre with professional technical support.
Applications are reviewed by panel of three dance professsionals, all of whom reside outside of Georgia. This panel selects the artists/companies that will be presented in the 2024 Festival.
Applause Board 2022
DanceATL wants to celebrate YOU!
Part of our mission as an organization is to provide support for artists in the community, and to celebrate their wins, big and small. Our annual Applause Board is an opportunity to share your accomplishments and reflect on the incredible work made by and within our community over the past year. Submit for yourself, or share on behalf of someone you want to celebrate.
We’re seeking your input! Our annual Sustainability Survey is open until April 10th. Theater makers, venues, artists, educators, arts administrators…we need your input to further develop our programming and educational outreach.
The Atlanta Community Food Bank, one of the nation’s largest hunger-relief organizations, is seeking volunteers this summer to join the fight against food
insecurity. It has made opportunities available for youth 12 years and older
starting June 1st. A wide variety of opportunities to make a difference exist, from completing important tasks such as sorting and packing food donations, to
lending a hand to administrative work and more.
Those interested in volunteering can lend a hand either alone or with a group of
family, friends, or teammates and make a difference
To learn more about volunteering for the Atlanta Community Food Bank go to https://www.acfb.org/volunteer/
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.
SheNYC Arts is a non-profit organization that supports and showcases the talents of writers, composers, producers, directors, and other theater artists who are part of a marginalized gender group, including cis women, trans, and non-binary people. They host theater festivals in New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta featuring works exclusively by gender-marginalized artists. SheNYC Arts is conducting a gender-equity survey and is asking for your input! The goal of the survey is to gain a better understanding about areas of success and improvement within the entertainment industry in regards to gender equity. To learn more about SheNYC and their programming visit their website.
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 email@example.com.
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.
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.
FALL INTERNSHIPS COMING SOON
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.
Out of State
More Opportunities Added Weekly
Interested in volunteering your time to connect the Atlanta Dance community through DanceATL programming? Check out our volunteer page!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up to be on DanceATL’s volunteer list. We can’t do it without you!
Volunteers are crucial to the success of the programs and productions of The Georgia Ballet and School. We greatly appreciate all of the support given to us by volunteers.
Volunteer work with The Georgia Ballet is done in the following areas:
- Performance Support;
- Concessions at Theatre performances;
- Merchandise sales at Theatre performances;
- Hospitality; and
- Special Events.
Volunteer opportunities are available in various areas, including production support, administrative support, fundraising support, financial, and marketing support.
Register to volunteer here.
Moving in the Spirt 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!