Staff positions

Thank you for your interest in Venice Arts! If, after reviewing the complete job description, you wish to apply, please submit a one-page letter highlighting your background and experience, along with your résumé to the email indicated in the job description. Please, no phone enquiries or walk-ins! Thanks.

Director of Development and Communications

Venice Arts seeks an experienced, versatile, and personable Director of Development and Communications, who can articulate Venice Arts’ vision and impacts with enthusiasm and passion, while attending to the daily, organizational details so critical to success. The Director of Development is well-versed in all aspects of fundraising and communications, with deep experience in individual and corporate donor development, events, and multi-platform fundraising campaigns. Experience in a leadership role with capital or expansion campaigns a plus. Please find a complete job description, here.

Media and Program Assistant

Venice Arts seeks an energetic, well-organized, and technology-savvy Media and Program Assistant. Working under the supervision of the Director of Education, primary responsibilities include supporting Venice Arts’ media management, technology trouble-shooting, digital printing, and equipment/classroom set-up needs; coordinating mentor outreach; and assisting with youth enrollment. The ideal candidate has a background in photography and/or filmmaking, is extremely detailed oriented and able to manage multiple priorities with grace. A great tech trouble shooter and problem solver, must be experienced using image management software, the most current version of Adobe Suite, preferred. More information and how to apply can be found, here. 


Venice Arts maintains a pool of qualified, professional photographers, filmmakers, and multimedia artists interested in teaching at Venice. We particularly seek photographers and filmmakers with a strong background in documentary media and storytelling, as well as experienced working with youth. Artists are asked to design their own syllabus in support of Venice Arts' learning objectives. Creativity encouraged!