Crosstown Arts job opening

Dear Friends,

As you all may know, Crosstown Arts is expanding. In the last year we've transitioned from a 400 square-foot office space (hosting events in our cozy basement) to our new exhibition and performance spaces on Cleveland – home to our own programs, as well as new opportunities for artists, musicians and creative-minded organizers to host their own events.

We are in the early stages of construction on a new site for our after-school program, and have recently partnered with the Cleveland Street Flea Market to help support and improve its long-standing presence as a marketplace for small retail vendors in the neighborhood.

We're inspired to be part of all that's happening in the Cleveland storefronts with our next-door neighbors...Visible Music School, Yvonne Bobo Studio, the Hi-Tone and Brantley Ellzey Studio (long-time resident of the neighborhood), as well as a few new creative and community-focused spaces under construction, to be announced soon.

In the meantime, our growth in programing and facilities also means that we have the fortunate opportunity to better organize Crosstown Arts and to grow our staff.  As you may know, Crosstown Arts is currently managed by the following team:

Christopher Miner, Managing Director
Emily Halpern, Program Director
Dr. Todd Richardson, Development Director
Nat Akin, Director of Education and Outreach

We are writing today to spread the word that we are currently looking to add a full-time Operations Manager to our staff to manage financial and physical resources. Primary responsibilities will include office management and administration, accounting and budget oversight, and facilities management.  To see the job description on our website, click HERE.  To download a PDF, click HERE.

If you or anyone you know might be interested, please email a letter of interest and resume to info@crosstownarts.org with the subject line "Operations Manager Search" by Friday, August 16.

Please feel free to forward this email and job description along to friends.

As always, thanks for your continued interest in and support for Crosstown Arts.

Chris & Todd

P.S. - don't forget about the The Break Up Show 3 Thursday night at our 430 N Cleveland space!

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