Closeup of someone's hands as they film a jazz ensemble on a smartphone.Arts Ed Collaborative is hiring!

The Creative Learning Network (CLN) Anchor is a partnership led by AEC in conjunction with the Legacy Arts Project and generously supported by The Heinz Endowments. At the start of the pandemic, we leveraged our work together to create paid opportunities for teaching artists and arts learning content for families and educators. The CLN Anchor is an antiracist partnership bridging young artists, professional teaching artists, and youth-serving organizations to strengthen the creative learning ecosystem in Southwestern PA.

As we move into the next phase of this initiative, we’re looking for a creative learning coordinator who will help us continue this work. This is a full-time, temporary position that will begin in July 2021 and run for approximately 18 months.

The creative learning coordinator will be responsible for maintaining and growing relationships with CLN participants and partners, developing content for the CLN website and social media platforms, seeking out and sharing opportunities for educators and learners, and supporting program implementation. The position requires culturally responsive competencies, interest in building out a new initiative, enthusiastic participation in collaborative processes, attention to detail, and flexibility.

Successful candidates will have at least a high school diploma or equivalent, and at least three years of experience working in the community-based arts education field are required.  Proficiency in at least one art form is required (though a professional arts practice is not). Bachelor’s or equivalent preferred. The position requires a creative professional who has a demonstrated commitment to racial justice and educational equity and inclusion for students, educators, partners, and AEC staff; enthusiasm for professional growth and a willingness to receive and act on constructive feedback; experience creating and publishing professional content on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and other social media platforms; and strong time management and prioritization skills.

To apply, please visit the Carnegie Museums’ jobs page. Applications will be considered until May 31st.

For more information, contact Director of Programs, Anqwenique Kinsel at