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Saratoga Arts Opportunities

Job Opportunities:

Development and Campaign Associate
Saratoga Arts is seeking an enthusiastic and skilled individual to assist with the planning and implementation of a capital campaign and to manage the ongoing fundraising efforts that support our annual operations. We are looking for an individual who is smart, energetic, eloquent, and interested in community arts.

The position requires a person who is comfortable facilitating, communicating, and working with a wide range of professionals including Saratoga Arts’ board and staff members, community stakeholders and volunteers. The successful applicant should also demonstrate an ability to synthesize and summarize a great deal of information, track and manage multiple deadlines, work independently and reliably, and be productive and efficient during an intensive period of planning and development.  Saratoga Arts’ staff work very much as a team of self-directed professionals and welcome an individual who can share and enhance this working environment.

Learn more about the position and how to apply by clicking here.


Fine Art Models
Saratoga Arts is currently seeking fine-art models for our figure drawing and portrait drawing classes and workshops.  No experience is necessary.  Applicants must be responsible and have a passion for the arts.  Interested candidates should complete the studio model application either in-person at The Arts Center, or online by clicking HERE.  Hours vary and are flexible.  Pay rate is $15 per hour. 


Seasonal Faculty
Saratoga Arts is currently accepting proposals for our 2014 class season.  Applicants must have a passion for the arts and proven experience working with students at a variety of learning levels.  Interested parties can pick up an information packet at The Arts Center, can request a packet by e-mailing Tanya Tobias, Associate Director -, or can download a faculty packet.  Applicants will be asked to submit a class proposal, resume, personal/professional references, and images of their work.  Artists interested in teaching at The Arts Center may also schedule an appointment by contacting Tanya at 518-584-4132 ext 202.


Fund Development Intern (12-15 hours/ week)
Saratoga Arts offers student interns practical experience working within fund development for a non-profit arts organization. Fund development interns will work closely with the Development Associate assisting with and/or being responsible for:

  1. Assisting with fundraising events and direct mail campaigns/ mailings.
  2. Assisting with data management by maintaining database records, mailing lists, updating donor giving history and preparing reports.
  3. Composing correspondence, assisting with direct mail material and updating web content.
  4. General administrative responsibilities as needed.


Interns will also conduct research on relevant fund development opportunities.  Student interns must be reliable, motivated and able to work independently.  Fund Development Interns must be highly organized, detail oriented and have strong writing and communication skills.  Must have experience working with Microsoft Excel.  Experience in data management and mail merge is encouraged.  For credit and not for credit internships are available for the spring, summer, and fall semesters. All interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Elizabeth Dubben, Development Associate at

Education / Programming Intern

Saratoga Arts offers student interns practical experience as well as an opportunity to gain general knowledge and a broad understanding of the day-to-day operations in a busy not-for-profit arts center. Education/Programming Interns will work closely with the Associate Director and assist in and/or be responsible for:

  1. The creation of exhibition specific gallery guides
  2. Developing new media and organizational contacts
  3. Organizing and maintaining class/workshop schedules
  4. The evaluation of current Saratoga Arts class and workshop offerings
  5. Maintaining and updating appropriate pages on Saratoga Arts' website
  6. Updating and editing database listings
  7. Organizing and recording class registrations
  8. General administrative duties as assigned by Saratoga Arts staff.
Interns will also conduct research on relevant program and professional development ideas.  Student interns must be be reliable, motivated and able to work independently. For credit and not for credit internships are available for the spring, summer, and fall semesters. Summer internship opportunities are currently closed. All interested candidates for Fall 2015 should send a resume and cover letter to Kate Morse, Director of Education, at:
Exhibition and Gallery Management Intern

This internship offers students the opportunity to receive practical training in gallery and artist management, curatorial practices and exhibit installations, as well as art administration.  Interns will have the opportunity to work on design, marketing and research based projects that meet the needs of both the individual and Saratoga Arts.  This internship will provide an environment where interns can expand upon their knowledge and skills in gallery management and arts administration.   Exhibition interns will work closely with the Director of Exhibitions.

Student interns must be reliable, motivated and able to work independently. For credit and not for credit internships are available for the spring, summer, and fall semesters. All interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Elizabeth Dubben, Director of Exhibitions at




Do you love the arts? Volunteer for Saratoga Arts!

Saratoga Arts relies on nearly one-hundred dedicated volunteers to operate. Without volunteers, Saratoga Arts would not function! By getting involved, you will have a unique opportunity to experience the inner-workings of a dynamic arts center that has grown tremendously since its inception in 1986. As a volunteer, you will also have an opportunity to do the things you love in a beautiful, arts-based, friendly environment where each individual’s skills and talents are maximized and appreciated.

There are many benefits to volunteering for Saratoga Arts. Volunteering gives you an opportunity to connect and network with working artists, arts professionals, the Saratoga Springs art community, and meet dozens of volunteers with similar hobbies and interests. Volunteers learn and develop new skills, can attend special Arts Center events FREE, have fun while helping an organization that offers over a dozen ongoing programs for youth, adults and seniors in Saratoga and the surrounding area, and our volunteers are the most up-to-date on community arts and Arts Center activities and programs.

If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities at Saratoga Arts please call 518-584-4132!

Art in the Park:

Art in the Park is Saratoga Arts' annual fine arts show and sale, held on Saturday, July 12th from 7 am - 6 pm and September 13 from 7 am - 5 pm. The event, which is attended by hundreds of people, showcases work by fine artists in a variety of media. Volunteer to help artists set up or tear down booths and displays or help at the kids' arts and crafts table and enjoy this day of fresh air, fun, and art. Interested in signing up and helping out? E-mail Kate and get your name on the list!

First Night Saratoga:

First Night is a New Year's celebration of the arts and community. Each year, thousands of revelers come to Saratoga Springs to experience a wide-ranging variety of arts and music. But First Night would not be possible without the help of all our wonderful and dedicated volunteers. We are again seeking volunteers this year to serve as hosts and hostesses in one of over 30 venues, for a chosen 3-hour shift between the hours of 6 PM and 11:40 PM.  

Write to find out how you can join in on our amazing team of volunteers!

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Interested in volunteering for Saratoga Arts? Volunteers help with mailings, special events, First Night, Art in the Park, and in The Arts Center Gallery.

You can download a Volunteer Application Form here - just fill it out and mail it to:

320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 or call 518-584-4132.

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