Performing Arts: Music, Dance, Theater, Film, and TV
Administration, Education, and Associations
Museums and Galleries
Fellowships, Grants, and Scholarships
Industry-Specific Internship Links
A place where all musicians can receive informational support, guidance, and expert resources to help them navigate the challenges and maximize the opportunities available to them within the music industry.
Actor's Equity Association
AEA represents more than 49,000 actors and stage managers in the United States
The site known as the complete online performing arts resource.
Lists jobs and internships in the entertainment industry and has links to other resources.
Institute of Audio Research
The Institute of Audio Research's 600-hour Recording Engineering and Production (REP) Program offers both the in-depth technical knowledge and hands-on skills needed to begin a career in the recording industry as an assistant recording engineer or an entry-level audio technician.
General theater information and link to casting calls and other job opportunities.
Jobs in the entertainment industry.
Your Industry Insider
An insider's guide to starting a career in the entertainment industry.
American Association of Museums
Offers information about its annual conference, a bookstore of its publications, and a section devoted to museum careers. The association's monthly newsletter, Aviso, is available online, along with selected job postings.
Performing Arts Presenters (Arts Presenters) is a vital resource for the performing arts community. It includes 1,600+ members in the United States, Canada, and internationally.
Site for "Americans for the Arts," a national organization striving to make the arts more accessible to Americans.
College Art Association
CAA supports all practitioners and interpreters of visual art and culture, including artists and scholars, who join together to cultivate the ongoing understanding of art as a fundamental form of human expression.
College Music Society
Consortium of college, conservatory, university and independent musicians and scholars.
A free listing of job opportunities in the art world produced by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
An online exchange that connects freelance professionals with the clients who hire them.
An e-zine with information on museums and museum career opportunities.
The Museum Employment Resource Center
Job listings in the museum world.
The Museum-L e-mail list
An ongoing conversation of several thousand museum professionals. It also includes many job announcements and advice for graduate students.
Theatre Communications Group
Publishes ArtSearch, a directory of opportunities in the arts, with particular emphasis on the performing arts. A six-month subscription costs $40.