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The La Grua Center, Executive Director
The La Grua Center, a non-profit arts and cultural community center located in Stonington, Connecticut, has announced the search for a new Executive Director. The Board of Directors is seeking a passionate, energetic, and organized leader who is committed to driving and shaping the Center’s evolving impact in the community. The Executive Director is the manager and chief public representative of the organization, responsible for nurturing community and donor support for the Center, partnering with a range of local institutions and authorities, positioning the Center effectively through media outreach and marketing strategy, and overseeing an array of programming and activities. The Director must possess exceptional development and coordination skills with the creativity and motivation to develop the organization’s programs, be fluid with management technologies and social media, and collaborate with the non-profit community. The Executive Director aims to attract new diverse audiences to the Center, while maintaining loyal followers. Grant writing experience is a plus. Excellent communications skills are a must. See the full position announcement with additional information and how to apply HERE.

Lyme Academy of Fine Arts, Art Studio Classroom Model
The professional work of models is the bedrock of the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts. We are looking for experienced models to pose for our classroom instructional sessions. We are looking for models with past studio posing experience; however, we do have opportunities for new models in select classes and workshops. Lyme Academy of Fine Arts is looking for models of all ethnicities, races, identities, ages, and body types. We are looking for models who can do nude, portrait, and clothed bookings. Job Type: Part-time $20.00 per hour.
To apply: send a resume, email cover letter including your schedule availability, and headshot to with subject line of “model application.” For questions, contact: Caitlin Perkins, 860.434.5232.

Goodspeed Musicals, Marketing Associate
Goodspeed Musicals in East Haddam, CT seeks a Marketing Associate to assist with graphic design, social media execution, creation and distribution of promotional materials, creating video content and maintaining website presence as well as provide administrative support for the Marketing Department. For more information and how to apply visit

Garde Arts Center, House Managers
The Garde is looking for experienced House Managers as members of a part-time team of house managers for Garde events and performances in the 1400-seat Garde Theater, 110-seat Oasis Room and lobbies. House Manager Responsibilities include: -Assigning and Overseeing Performance Volunteers, -Ensuring Safety Protocol and Other Theater Policies are Followed, -Monitoring Cleanliness and Adequate House Supplies, -Working with Bartenders, Security, Production Personnel and Volunteers, -Serving the Patrons
The staff of the Garde is a diverse and dedicated staff of creative individuals committed to teamwork, community service, professional standards, and the non-profit Garde mission to engage, enrich, entertain, educate and inspire the region of greater New London County. For more information, apply online at

Garde Arts Center, Production Crew
As a community-supported non-profit theatrical presenting house, the Garde Arts Center is seeking theater technicians in various areas for the 1400-seat Garde Theater and the 100-seat Oasis Room. The production categories include: -General Stagehand, -Lighting Technician, -Audio Technician, -Audio Engineer, -Rigger/Flyperson, -Carpenter, -Hair/Makeup, -Hospitality, -Runner/PA. Seasonal on-call positions are available. We also will train the right individuals. Apply on-line at

Mystic Museum of Art, Children’s Art Teachers
MMoA teachers facilitate art education for children ages 3 to 18 in our studios and galleries as well as off-site as part of the Education Department’s extensive programs to nurture creativity in the community. Contractual teachers are sought for all programs, but particularly for week-long summer camps, outreach programs, weekend birthday parties, and after-school art classes for ages 3-12. Teachers must be able to identify learning goals and design effective art lesson plans in a variety of media, for a targeted age range. Hours vary by season and according to demand, allowing teachers a flexible schedule. MMoA teachers may teach at a frequency they prefer, ranging from a few hours per month to 20 + hours per week during busier periods.
For more information, click HERE.