regional arts opportunities

  • The Lehigh Valley Arts Council is committed to connecting artists of all disciplines to area opportunities that expand their careers. 
  • Explore this page for local job openings, exhibition proposals, open casting calls, try-outs, workshops, and more. This page is continually updated so check back often!
  • Do you have an opportunity for the Lehigh Valley arts community? Add it to this listing of arts opportunities by filling out our online form. Anyone can submit, not just members! We will review and post new opportunities quickly.
  • NOTE: Listings are subject to approval first.
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Arts Council Opportunities

View our own opportunities by clicking on the “Volunteering” and “Internships” pages, which are under “How Everyone Benefits.” Additionally, we are developing opportunities for contracting individuals to write arts advocacy articles and produce marketing and graphic design work. If you are interested in being considered for either opportunity please send us an email that includes your resume and addresses how you could assist us.


Open Auditions for Singers

Concord Chamber Singers View Website


Concord Chamber Singers, an elite 40-voice, multi-generational community ensemble in the Lehigh Valley, invites experienced choral singers to audition for the 2018-2019 season. Upcoming events include a Family Holiday Concert at First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem on December 2, followed by our annual Yuletide Feast December 6 and 7 at the Northampton Country Club. CCS will also perform at First Presbyterian Church of Easton during the first weekend of April 2019, featuring a world premier piece by Libby Larsen with orchestra and Irish Tenor, Emmet Cahill.

Auditions are being scheduled now for August. Call the Box Office: 484-707-5078 to schedule your audition. Visit www.ccsingers.org to learn more about the group.

Lehigh Valley Folk Music Society Jam Sessions

Application Link
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Lehigh Valley Folk Music Society

The Lehigh Valley Folk Music Society sponsors a free public jam session EVERY 3rd WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH held at the Lehigh Valley Active Life Center (formerly called the Lehigh County Senior Citizen Center). It is open to all folk music lovers of any age who play an instrument or simply like to sing along or listen to the music. All ages and skill levels are welcome to our jam!

You will be joining Society members and guests for an enjoyable evening of folk music, bluegrass, old country, oldies and contemporary folk and sing-a-long songs of all kinds. Jam books are available to all who come. The books contain lyrics and chord diagrams of over 700 folk songs. Participants form a circle and each person in turn selects a song of their choosing for all to play and sing. You may also bring your own special songs. Our jam starts promptly at 6:30 pm and ends at 10:00 pm. Free refreshments are often served. Amplified instruments, except for bass, are discouraged. There is ample free parking at the Center.

More information: http://www.lvfms.org/jamsessions.html

Volunteer Mural Artists Needed

Lehigh Valley Manors

Contact Name
Megan Kholi Email

Looking for Lehigh Valley artists! We are looking for volunteers that are willing to assist us with painting murals on our dementia/memory care units. Diversion murals are a great way to help assist our residents from exit seeking and is very therapeutic!

Showcase Artist at Restaurant

1774 Grille & Tap View Website


(610) 838-1774

We would like to extend our restaurant dining room to local Lehigh Valley Artist. We are looking for people who would love to showcase and talk about their art to the community. This is a free opportunity that we hope can give you exposure and allow people to know about our New restaurant.

Call for Artist Showcase: Macungie Institute

Macungie Institute View Website

510 E. Main Street Macungie, Pennsylvania 18062

Contact Name
Tim Brown Email

(610) 966-7830

Seeking local artists to display their work in the Lobby & Conf. Room areas of the Macungie Institute. We would be open to hosting Artist Reception if dates are available. The Institute seeks to serve the community, with a focus on the arts and support local artists.


Choral Artistic Director & Conductor

Application Deadline
Thursday, December 31, 2020

Concord Chamber Singers View Website


Location: Lehigh Valley, PA
Job Type: Part-Time, Contract
Application Deadline: December 31, 2020

Concord Chamber Singers (CCS) is seeking a highly qualified applicant to serve as Artistic Director, starting in the Fall of 2021. Contract will begin in Spring/Summer 2021, with rehearsals starting in the Fall of 2021.

The mission of CCS is to foster excellent singing and impactful storytelling while engaging communities in the vibrancy of the choral art. Our mission is driven by the vision set forth by the CCS board and its members through artistic excellence, membership, outreach, financial and organizational efforts. CCS is a multigenerational choral group of approximately 45 accomplished male and female vocalists.

Primary Responsibilities:
Select repertoire for musical programs that is challenging, creative and of interest to singers and the community,

  • Schedule concert dates and assist in securing appropriate venues.
  • Select all artistic personnel (soloists, instrumentalists and guest artists) with board approval, collaborating with local arts organizations
  • Preparing scores, conducting and providing direction during rehearsals and concerts to the singers, accompanists, instrumentalists and guest artists as needed.
  • Serve as a member of the Board of Directors and participate in the development and implementation of a strategic plan.
  • Work with the Board of Directors to carry out other objectives as assigned (example; writing program notes, newsletter articles or other marketing needs)
  • Provide monthly reports to the Board of Directors regarding concerts, singers, guest artist status and other projects
  • Help to develop a comprehensive artistic plan and budget that reflects projected expenses for the fiscal year; with approval from the Board of Directors
  • Work to negotiate contracts with guest artists and instrumentalists
  • Recruit new, qualified members
  • Conduct auditions annually for new singers or at other times as needed
  • Represent CCS to the public by attending meetings with the board members, making radio, TV and other public appearances and attending community functions
  • Participate in fundraising by cultivating relationships with donors and providing requested information for grants
  • Foster relationships and collaborations with arts peers in the community



  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in music
  • Prior conducting experience, preferably in the choral field
  • Varied musical background with experience in both sacred and secular music
  • Understanding of vocal technique and diction
  • Creativity, strong leadership and interpersonal skills


  • Advanced degree in music or choral conducting
  • Previous experience as an Artistic Director of a choral ensemble
  • Experience with non-profit musical organizations
  • Knowledge in marketing and fundraising
  • Access to a dedicated rehearsal space and library of music

*Please note that we are also looking for a new piano accompanist. You are not required to provide your own, however, any information you have about an accompanist you would like to use or work with would be greatly appreciated.

*Graduate students are highly encouraged to apply.

Compensation is negotiable and commensurate with experience.

Application Procedures:
Qualified applicants should submit the following materials for consideration:

  • Personal letter of interest
  • Professional resume with three professional references
  • Links to video footage conducting a rehearsal and performance
  • Salary requirements

*Selected applicants may be asked to conduct a mock rehearsal or provide a sample concert list as part of the interview process

Application materials can be sent via email to ccsdirectorsearch@gmail.com. Please format the subject line as follows: “Artistic Director Applicant-(Candidate’s Name).”

Concord Chambers Singers does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, ethnicity, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations.

Docents on Main Street in Bethlehem

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites View Website

Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center 505 Main Street Bethlehem, PA 18018


Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites is looking for part-time staff for the “Docents on Main Street Program” in Bethlehem. The docent must feel comfortable wearing 18th century period-appropriate clothing, enjoy speaking to the public, able to work independently, and provide an exceptional level of customer service. The docent will be outdoors almost the entire time in all types of weather. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Greeting and welcoming diverse visitors to the downtown historic and shopping district
  • Sharing information about downtown activities, museums, shops and restaurants
  • Giving directions
  • Answering questions

The base of operations for this program is the Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center located at 505 Main Street. The program will run daily from 11-4 and extended hours on weekends, during the summer and for events. Must be 18 or older to apply. This is a paid part-time hourly position. Flexible hours and schedules are available.

Email cover letter with availability & resume.



Lehigh University Art Gallery Looking for Volunteers

Contact Name
Lehigh University Art Gallery Teaching Museum Email

(610) 758-6881

LUAG’s volunteers have the opportunity to gain exposure to the valuable and impressive works in LUAG’s collection.

By enhancing visitors’ experiences and making them feel welcome and appreciated, Volunteers are an integral part of the LUAG Teaching Museum.

Candidates should possess a love and appreciation of art, excellent communication skills, and interpersonal skills.

Training will be provided.


Volunteer for Arts Calendar Distribution!

840 Hamilton Street, Suite 201 Allentown, PA 18101

Contact Name
Lehigh Valley Arts Council Email

The Lehigh Valley Arts Council is looking for volunteers for our bi-monthly Arts Calendar distribution!

A big part of our mission is promoting and advocating the Arts of the Lehigh Valley, and that means dedicating the time and energy into creating our Arts Calendar! But we wouldn’t be able to get it out in the world without our awesome team of dedicated volunteers! They generously give their time to dropping off Calendars to various locations throughout the Valley, completing the final task of distribution.

Here’s how you can help the community simply by dedicating a small amount of time every two months:

We distribute more than 6,000 Calendars, but as a volunteer you’d be responsible for 5-10 locations to drop off a stack to the front desk or a staff member. It’s a quick and easy job, though very important, and while it doesn’t require many hours or heavy lifting, it does require the use of your car.

Our next distribution begins around March 1, 2017! If interested, please contact Lauren Beck at 610-437-5915 or operations@lvartscouncil.org.

Volunteer for Community Music School

Contact Name
Lisa Hopstock Email


Our musical instrument petting zoo is a highlight of many local events and helps spread the word about CMS and our programs. You do not need to know how to play every instrument.

If you have an outgoing personality and a desire to spread the joy of music to the community, please contact Lisa Hopstock at 610-435-7725 or lisa@cmslv.org for more info.


Submit an Arts Opportunity

Organizations may complete an online form to submit an arts opportunity to be posted. Please contact our Operations Manager for more information. The Lehigh Valley Arts Council reserves the right to only include opportunities that are in line with our mission.

Submit an Arts Opportunity