Northrop’s director of programming is responsible for conceiving, curating, developing and implementing the artistic vision of Northrop’s performing arts and related education programs in a manner that is consistent with the mission, vision and values of the organization. S/he is responsible for ensuring the quality and viability of all productions presented by Northrop and will work in collaboration with a team of professionals in marketing, engagement, education, development, ticketing, production, front of house and administration to enhance Northrop’s reputation, secure funding and expand and engage audiences. S/he will research, review, select, and negotiate for artists in the Northrop Dance Season, organ programs, outdoor summer concert series and other programming initiatives. S/he will identify and develop partnerships across the University, in the community, state and region to deepen and broaden impact through collaborative efforts and will serve as Northrop’s artistic liaison with University and community partners, the advisory board and funders. For more information or to apply, please visit the University of Minnesota Jobs site


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Northrop - University of Minnesota
Megan Sangster
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Posted December 6