Opened in 1976, the Annenberg Theater is a multi-use proscenium stage 430-seat theater on the ground level of Palm Springs Art Museum’s Museum Drive facility. The Managing Director oversees all aspects of the Annenberg Theater and its staff. The Theater’s production staff provides production functions for the Theater as well as audio/visual services for all locations at the Museum. The Admissions/Box Office operations cover main museum Drive and Architecture and Design Center admissions desks and theater ticketing; they share the same software and staff. The Theater is used for in-house lectures, films, symposiums and meetings. It is the home for the Annenberg Theater Council’s Opening Night, Broadway’s Best…In The West! and Cabaret 88 series. The Theater serves as the host or co-host for the Palm Springs Women’s Jazz Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Palm Springs Modernism Week, and Palm Springs Photo Fest. In addition, the Theater is rented out to traveling and community productions of plays, musicals, music and dance performances, awards ceremonies, galas and a select number of fundraising events. The Museum has begun programming its own offerings in music and film events, and expects to grow its own performing arts program in the coming years. In overseeing these activities, the Managing Director, will handle scheduling, booking, contracting, staffing for all users of the Theater, including fee negotiations, box office set-up, and close-out. In addition, the Managing Director will develop departmental budgets and participate in strategic planning for the Theater and the Museum as a whole. The staff is comprised of full-time, part-time, seasonal, on-call and contract employees, independent contractors, and volunteers.
Palm Springs Art Museum is seeking an experienced registrar to assist with the management, storage, and preservation of the Museum’s permanent, special and reserve collections. Manages the accessioning of collections, including overseeing the approval process, handling documentation, inputting object records in TMS (The Museum System) and securing photographic images and non-exclusive copyright, numbering artworks, assigning storage spaces, and preparing documentation. Responsible for the administration of the collections management database and digital image assets. Acts as project manager for in-house exhibitions and assists with rights and reproduction requests.
A rapid growing art academy in Chino, CA is looking for an enthusiastic art teacher/tutor for fundamental art classes. Looking for someone who comes from a professional art background with 1-2 years of teaching experience. Must be able to interact and LOVE to work with kids under 10 years old. Need to bring art portfolio upon interview. Bilingual in Chinese and English is a plus.
Paint with soul is a mobile Art studio (focusing on the inland empire area) who teaches its patrons to create 16"x20" acrylic paintings in the comfort of their own homes and local bars and restaurants allowing them to socialize with close friends and relatives while learning to paint. Paint with soul offers a variety of urban inspired paintings to appeal the mixing pot of ethnicity in the inland empire.
The Mission Inn Foundation seeks one or two highly motivated, accountable, and enthusiastic Program Instructors to lead Hands On History Community Outreach Programs in local schools during the 2017-2018 school year. The Mission Inn Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit located in historic Downtown Riverside, preserves, interprets, and promotes the cultural heritage of the Mission Inn, Riverside, and the surrounding southern California communities through its museum services, educational programs, and outreach activities.