Vera Longtoe Sheehan smiling and standing in front of a denim Tolba jacket.
Vera Longtoe Sheehan with Tolba denim jacket

Kwai Nidôbak!

I’m often contacted when someone is looking for an artist to fill a position. As a result, VAAA has decided to list opportunities here on our website. You will usually find the posting(s) listed just as the employer or organizer has sent it/them to me. Just click on the link (in blue), if you are interested. Check back often, as you never know when a new opportunity will be listed.

Waolôwzi (Be very well),

Vera Longtoe Sheehan

In partnership with the Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF+), ATALM is launching a dynamic six-month program that will empower, nurture, and celebrate 20 talented Native craft artists.

For the purpose of this program, “craft artist” is defined as artists who create or reproduce handmade objects for sale and exhibition using a variety of techniques such as weaving, pottery, beadwork, needlework, jewelry making, and other forms.

Key Program Features:

  • Funding of $10,000 for each of the 20 chosen artists.
  • Tailored training sessions to enhance business practices, including the production of a business and marketing plan.
  • Access to a wealth of resources, including materials, workshops, and tools.
  • One-on-one coaching from artists with successful careers. Coaches will receive national recognition for their leadership and generosity.
Learn More

Abenaki people and Friends please pass this on to any Abenaki sculptors or muralists that you know who might want to present a proposal to Burlington City Arts for public art at the Burlington International Airport or in the new downtown Burlington City Project. Wouldn’t it be great if Abenaki heritage, history and tradition – and design – were represented as part of these projects?



Burlington City Arts

Burlington International Airport Project

Burlington International Airport (BTV) is excited to partner with BCA on a call-to-artists for a new permanent artwork at the airport. The work will be created on a substrate and installed in a second-floor hallway, part of the newly opened TSA area. This installation will celebrate Burlington and Vermont’s ongoing commitment to innovation, equity, and environmental sustainability as well as the stunning natural beauty that defines our region. The deadline for submitting qualifications is September 22, 2023, 11:59 PM EDT. If you have questions, please email Jessica Manley at [email protected].

CityPlace Streetscape Project

CityPlace Streetscape - Burlington.

As part of the ongoing Great Streets Initiative, the CityPlace Streetscape Project seeks to incorporate public art into the streetscape surrounding the new mixed-use facility. This call to artists specifically aims to attract applicants who identify as Black or brown, historically marginalized or disenfranchised individuals, or individuals who may not have had access to traditional arts education and training and are looking to add public art project experience to their portfolio. The deadline for submitting qualifications is September 22, 2023, 11:59 PM EDT. If you have questions, please email Colin Storrs at [email protected].

Vermont Humanities Job Openings

Rep. John Lewis and Andrew Aydin with students in front of a schoolbus
Vermont Humanities values equity, curiosity, humility, and bravery. We seek to engage all Vermonters in the world of ideas, foster a culture of thoughtfulness, and inspire a lifelong love of reading and learning.

Programs Support Specialist: PT/Remote

Programs Support Specialist is an effective and agile position that supports the delivery of Vermont Humanities’ programs. This person ensures accountability with our program partners and funders by fulfilling in a timely manner requests for program materials, payments, illustrative data, and accurate reporting.

The organization is committed to using a diversity, equity, inclusion, and access lens to meet its mission. This position reports to the Director of Programs.

Flex Scheduling/Remote Opportunities

This position is part-time with flexible hours of around 20 hours per week. Most hours can be completed remotely with bi-weekly meetings at the Vermont Humanities office in Montpelier. Computer equipment will be provided to complete this work.

Read the full job description

How to Apply

Send a resumé and cover letter to [email protected]. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

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