About Artists At Work
Artists At Work is a workforce resilience program in the spirit of the WPA and is designed to support the rebuilding of healthy communities through artistic civic engagement. Administered by THE OFFICE performing arts + film, Artists At Work provides artists working in different disciplines in a given community with a living wage and health care to keep making art; AAW also provides support to cultural organizations and arts workers in that community to host and work with those artists, and connects both artists and organizations to local initiatives in areas like youth mental health, suicide prevention, food justice, prison reform, youth at risk, sustainability and environmental justice.
About the Fellowship
THE OFFICE performing arts + film seeks a skilled graduate student or early career professional with a focus on social practice and an appreciation of the arts to join our Artists At Work team in Los Angeles County. The AAW Fellowship seeks to address the underrepresentation of BIPOC individuals in key roles in the culture sector.
Successful applicants must be detail-oriented, organized, and collaborative problem solvers. The AAW Field Administrative Fellow in Los Angeles County will be our on the ground liaison and excited to support the existing creative economy of the region and provide local place-based knowledge to the team. This position will primarily work remotely, but may have the opportunity to work at some in person events and meetings.