Part-time and full-time fellowships have been filled.
Thank you to all those who applied.
Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education announced, in collaboration with Skidmore College, Bennington College, and Cambridge Central Schools, the creation of new Fellowships in Arts Management, Production and Arts Education.
Hubbard Hall, located in Cambridge, NY sought highly intelligent, hardworking and motivated emerging arts leaders and students to assist the Executive & Artistic Director and Hubbard Hall staff and gain invaluable, hands-on experience during semester- or year-long Fellowships. Fellowships were available in the following areas: Arts Administration, Arts Education, Production, Marketing and Fundraising. Topics may be combined or overlapped depending on interest and organization needs.
PURPOSE OF POSITIONS:
Fellows work closely with the Executive & Artistic Director and staff of Hubbard Hall on multiple projects and initiatives, including all aspects of planning, producing, marketing and resourcing a full season of theater, opera, music and dance performances, workshops and classes. Ideal candidates will have some background in the arts and some administrative or production experience, clear and concise writing and excellent interpersonal communication skills. Fellows are an excellent opportunity for candidates interested in learning the art of producing and administrating from within one of the nation’s best and longest-running community-based arts centers.
Our Mission and Values
Hubbard Hall gathers people from all walks of life to create, learn and grow together, while developing, producing and presenting world-class art and artists. We are an arts incubator, a training ground for artists of all ages and backgrounds, a magnet for artistic activity, a safe haven for risk-taking, an economic driver for our region, and the beating heart of our community. We are dedicated to cultivating, sustaining, and promoting the cultural life of our rural community. We are also committed to restoring and preserving Hubbard Hall and all of the buildings on our campus as community cultural assets.
Productions and Presentations – Theater, Music, Opera, Dance, and the Visual Arts
Since 1878 Hubbard Hall has developed, produced, and presented theater, music, dance, and the visual arts and in recent years has become a world-class development center for new work. Since 1977, Hubbard Hall’s current 501c3 has engaged thousands of artists, students, and audience members in acclaimed productions of theater, opera, music, and dance.
Hubbard Hall values diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.