Current Employment Opportunities

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Operations and Human Resources Associate

The Arizona Commission on the Arts, an agency of the State of Arizona, seeks a highly-motivated and industrious Operations and Human Resources Associate, an integral member of the Arts Commission team who manages agency operations and human resources processes, coordinates logistics related to the agency’s gubernatorially-appointed commission, and provides administrative support to agency leadership.

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Arts Learning Manager

The Arizona Commission on the Arts, an agency of the State of Arizona, seeks a creative and collaborative Arts Learning Manager, responsible for providing thought leadership, conceptual and managerial oversight related to the Arts Commission’s comprehensive slate of Arts Learning programs and services, grantmaking, partnerships, and strategic initiatives.

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The Arts Commission engages volunteer panelists to review applications, make funding recommendations, and advise the Arts Commission on grantmaking policies. Panels are comprised of community members from cities and towns across Arizona, as well as artists, arts professionals, educators, business owners, and others actively involved in the nonprofit and public service sectors. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer panelist, or if you wish to nominate other individuals who would make valuable contributions to review panel processes, complete the following form.

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement

In recognition of its legal and moral obligations, the Arizona Commission on the Arts commits itself to a policy of nondiscrimination. This document outlines that policy.


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Registration for 2018 Arizona Poetry Out Loud is open--once registered, each participating teacher/school site receives a toolkit, which includes a program guide to help teach recitation and performance and a DVD and companion guide for learning recitation—free of charge. Register your school by October 31.
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Do you have an idea for a humanities project in Arizona? Arizona Humanities Project Grants are competitive grants supporting public programming in the humanities. Organizations may request up to $10,000 to support their program implementation. All organizations must submit a Letter of Intent by November 1st in order to submit a full application. ... See MoreSee Less

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