Now Hiring:Development Manager
RPAA seeks a Development Manager to oversee the grants and sponsorships for RPAA as well as special events. The Development Manager will conduct the researching, writing, and reporting of grants and maintain relationships with funders. The position is also responsible for securing sponsorships for special events, education initiatives, and artistic programs, and being the main point of contact for corporate supporters. The Development Manger will oversee all special events and is expected to be active in the community to develop sponsor relationships.
Now Hiring:Greater Richmond Wolf Trap Teaching Artist
Are you or someone you know passionate about sharing innovative strategies to foster integrated arts education for young children? Become a part of an initiative to do just that through Greater Richmond Wolf Trap, an institute for early learning through the arts. RPAA seeks artists from diverse backgrounds experienced in theatre, music, puppetry, and dance/movement from both western and nonwestern forms for virtual and in-school based residencies and programs.
To create a vibrant community where the performing arts flourish and strengthen Richmond’s cultural, social, and economic vitality. Students, educators, and community members have equitable access to high-quality arts education and learning opportunities. Artists and arts organizations from all backgrounds have affordable and professional performance spaces and the capacity and resources to grow their programs and reach new audiences. And, patrons from all areas of the region see themselves reflected in the programs presented and enjoy diverse arts experiences in welcoming spaces, including our venues—Altria Theater and Dominion Energy Center.