Comprehensive Arts Sites

An online resource for income and exhibition opportunities.

ArtJob | 
Up-to-date national listings of jobs, internships, fellowships and other employment opportunties in the arts.  Requires a paid subscription to view.

The ArtList |
An online resource for visual artists and photograhers looking for income and exhibition opportunities to enter.  A digest of featured art calls and monthly newsletters are also available.  Full access requires a paid subscription. 

College Art Association (CAA) Job Listings |
Positions for those involved in the teaching of the criticism, history and practice of the visual arts. 

Current Jobs in Art |
Call 215/717-6075 for the login info 

Current Jobs in Performing Arts |
Call 215/717-6075 for the login info

Current Jobs in Writing, Editing and Communications |
Call 215/717-6075 for the login info

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Job Bank |
A regional listing of employment opportunities in the arts and culture industy.  Includes jobs for teaching artists, art administrators, curators, fundraising and development professionals, financial and accounting, cultural management and volunteer opportunities. |
Job listings and volunteer opportunities at national and international nonprofit organizations.  Also publishes a guide to careers in the non-profits, the PDF of which is available for a free download.

NYFA Classifieds |
A collection of national job listings and internship opportunities in the arts, culture, and museum industries.


Alliance of Artists Communities |
A national and international association of artists' communities and residencies — a diverse field of more than 1,000 programs worldwide that support artists of any discipline in the development of new creative work.  Offers professional development services and artists resources, online, in print and in person through "Be Our Guest," a series of public sessions on residencies and ther opportunities for artists.


Allworth Press |
Publisher of business and self-help books for artists, photographers, filmmakers, authors and other creative professionals.  Offerings include books like The Photographer's Guide to Marketing and Self-Promotion and The Graphic Designer's Guide to Pricing, Estimating,and Budgeting.  

Americans for the Arts |
The leading national nonprofit organization for advancing arts in America.  Issues the National Arts Awards and hosts Arts Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill.

College Art Association (CAA) |
A professional organization for those involved in the teaching the practice, history and criticism of the visual arts.  Over 14,000 artists, art historians, scholars, curators, collectors, educators, art publishers, and other visual-arts professionals are individual members.  In addition to providing job listings, the CAA fosters career development and professional advancement by identifying and developing sources of funding for the practice of art and scholarship in the arts.

Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce |
Runs the Young Professionls Network (YPN), a professional development program designd to provide young professionals in the area with an insider's view of the Philadelphia business community and networking opportunities.  

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance |
In addition to job listings, the Cultural Alliance offers programs and services in marketing, policy and advocacy, grantmaking, research, and health and employee benefits, available to creative professionals in the greater Philadelphia region.

NNAP, The National Network for Artist Placement |
Publishes business and self-help books for visual artists, actors, musicians, writers, and dancers.  Offerings include Promotion for Pennies:  10 Inexpensive Ways to Self-Promote Your Artwork and 10 Steps to Marketing Your Artwork.  Also provides internship listings, which are accessible by paid subscription.

Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) |
The mission of the PCA is to foster the excellence, diversity and vitality of the arts in Pennsylvania and to broaden the availability and appreciation of those arts throughout the state.  Provides a list of funding opportunities and residencies for Pennsylvanian artists.

Philadelphia Lawyers for the Arts |
Run by the Art & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia, this program provides pro bono and low cost legal assistance to help artists and arts and cultural organizations address their arts-related legal issues.

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