Arts Jobs

Audio Visual Manager

The Audio-Visual Manager is responsible for managing the Denver Art Museum’s audio-visual services supporting internal and external events. The Audio-Visual Manager will oversee front of house and back of house audio-visual technologies, on-call technical personnel and will work directly with clients in both a sales and technical support role. The Audio-Visual Manager is responsible for ensuring superior, service-oriented technical assistance is provided for Denver Art Museum programs, events and meetings.

Special sections editor/arts reporter

The Aspen Daily News is seeking a special sections editor/arts reporter.

Communications Coordinator

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is accepting applicants for the position of Communications Coordinator. The Communications Coordinator will support the Strategic Communications efforts of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The purpose of these efforts is to both elevate the exposure and protect the reputation of the organization. The role is an entry-level public relations position that will provide support for the DCPA’s publicity efforts including event attendance, basic PR tasks and general administrative support.

Audience Services Manager

Audience Services Manager assumes control of “the front of the house” — the space beginning at the theater gates/doors and extending from the foot of the stage to the back of the lawn. In this proactive and vigilant position, the Audience Services Manager is responsible for the smooth operation of the house before, during, and after ticketed orchestral and chamber music concerts at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater and the Donovan Pavilion.

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