Join the Maryland Hall team and serve our mission of Art for All.

Available Positions:

Part-Time Position:

Visual Arts Coordinator - The Visual Arts Coordinator will coordinate the day-to-day operations of the Maryland Hall galleries. She/he is responsible for interacting with the public, liaising with artists, and overseeing exhibition and public programs. The ideal candidate will be creative, highly organized, self-motivated, detail and systems oriented, and an effective communicator and collaborator. This is a twenty hour weekly, part-time position for someone who is looking to expand their career experience by joining a dynamic arts center.

What you’ll be doing:

• Coordinate the whole exhibition process for all exhibits, including engaging curators, artists, art handlers, teaching artists, etc. which may include installing/curating/and taking down shows. 

• Coordinate ongoing gallery operations, including overseeing budget, managing inventory, handling sales, replenishing gallery supplies, coordinating transportation of artwork, etc.

• Maintain documentation on artists, consultants and vendors, including contracts and payment records; ensuring that invoices are submitted to the finance department for timely payment processing.

• Oversee the work of art handlers, technical consultants, teaching artists and gallery assistant and/or intern.

• Work with Director of Programming to design and schedule innovative public programming and community engagement initiatives that develop an artistically appreciative audience.

• Work with the Director of Communications to design and distribute publicity materials, including exhibition postcards, e-blasts, press releases, social media and website updates.

• Liaise and maintain a productive and respectful relationship with internal and external stakeholders.

• Create and maintain a display plan for all three floors of Maryland Hall that reflects its Visual Arts Programs. Assist in rotation, installation, sales, and professional appearance of these spaces.

• Manage Artist in Residence Program.

• Other duties as assigned.

What you bring:

• A minimum of 3 years with similar abovementioned responsibilities.

• Love for the arts and artistic innovation.

• Knowledge of social media and internet platforms.

• Strong interpersonal, problem solving, planning and organizational skills.

• Self-sufficient and proactive.

• Proficient with MS Office Suite.

• Comfortable in a fast-paced, growing organization.

• Dependable and reliable visionary.

• Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

• Detail-oriented and able to prioritize tasks and manage time effectively.

• A commitment to Maryland Hall’s mission and values.

• Knowledge of the Annapolis art scene a plus

This is a part-time position requiring occasional evening and weekend work to cover events. 

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to – Position open until filled. 

Contract Positions:

Teaching Artists - Maryland Hall continually seeks artists and creative individuals to join our instructional team. For more information on teaching a class at Maryland Hall, please send the following information for review to via email to our Education Department.

  • Class proposal including specific area of interest or technique
  • Age range of the students in the proposed class
  • Resume or artist's biography
  • jpeg images of work, if applicable


ArtReach Teaching Artist Opportunities - Maryland Hall’s Outreach Department invites experienced, dynamic Teaching Artists to lead after-school workshop opportunities in our year-round ArtReach programs for local at-risk youth. For additional information and to apply, please view the ArtReach Teacher Application.