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With a population of , in , it is the eighth most populous city in the state. Wilmington is the principal city of the Wilmington Metropolitan Statistical Area , a metropolitan area that includes New Hanover and Pender counties in southeastern North Carolina, [3] which has a population of , as of the Census Estimate. Wilmington was settled by the English along the Cape Fear River. The city was named after Spencer Compton who was the Earl of Wilmington.

Its historic downtown has a one-mile-long Riverwalk, developed as a tourist attraction in the late 20th century. The University of North Carolina Wilmington UNCW provides a wide variety of programs for undergraduates, graduate students, and adult learners, in addition to cultural and sports events open to the community. It houses the largest special-effects water tank in North America. After the studio's opening in , Wilmington became a major center of American film and television production.

The area along the river had been inhabited by various successive cultures of indigenous peoples for thousands of years. At the time of European encounter, historic Native Americans were members of tribes belonging to the Algonquian family. The ethnic European and African history of Wilmington spans more than two and a half centuries. In the early 16th century, explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano was reportedly the first European to see this area, including the city's present site.

The first permanent European settlement in the area started in the s with English colonists. In September , a community was founded on land owned by John Watson on the Cape Fear River , at the confluence of its northwest and northeast branches. In or , the town was incorporated with a new name, Wilmington, in honor of Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington. Some early settlers of Wilmington came from the Albemarle and Pamlico regions, as well as from the colonies of Virginia and South Carolina , but most new settlers migrated from the northern British colonies, the West Indies , and the British Isles.

As the indentured servants gained their freedom and fewer could be persuaded to leave England because of improving conditions there, the colonists imported an increasing number of African slaves to satisfy the labor demand.

Naval stores and lumber fueled the region's economy, both before and after the American Revolution. Due to Wilmington's commercial importance as a major port, it had a critical role in opposition to the British in the years leading up to the Revolution. The city had outspoken political leaders who influenced and led the resistance movement in North Carolina. The foremost of these was Wilmington resident Cornelius Harnett , who served in the General Assembly at the time, where he rallied opposition to the Sugar Act in When the British Parliament passed the Stamp Act the following year, designed to raise revenue for the Crown with a kind of tax on shipping, Wilmington was the site of an elaborate demonstration against it.

On October 19, , several hundred townspeople gathered in protest of the new law, burned an effigy of one town resident who favored the act, and toasted to "Liberty, Property, and No Stamp Duty.

But before the effigy was buried, Liberty was found to have a pulse, and celebration ensued. When Houston visited Wilmington on business, still unaware of his appointment, he recounted,. The Town Bell was rung[,] Drums [were] beating, Colours [were] flying and [a] great concourse of People [were] gathered together. Governor William Tryon made attempts to mitigate the opposition, to no avail. On November 18, , he pleaded his case directly to prominent residents of the area.

They said the law restricted their rights. When the stamps arrived on November 28 on the H. Sloop Diligence , Tryon ordered them to be kept on board. Shipping on the Cape Fear River was stopped, as were the functions of the courts. Tryon, after having received his official commission as governor a position he had assumed only after the death of Arthur Dobbs , was brought to Wilmington by Captain Constantine Phipps on a barge from the Diligence , and "was received cordially by the gentlemen of the borough.

This "warm welcome" was spoiled, however, after a dispute arose between Captain Phipps and captains of ships in the harbor regarding the display of their colors. The townspeople became infuriated with Phipps and threats were made against both sides.

After Tryon harangued them for their actions, the townspeople gathered around the barrels of punch and ox he had brought as refreshments. The barrels were broken open, letting the punch spill into the streets; they threw the head of the ox into the pillory , and gave its body to the slaves.

Because of the unrest, Tryon moved his seat of government to New Bern instead of Wilmington. On February 18, , two merchant ships arrived without stamped papers at Brunswick Town. Each ship provided signed statements from the collectors at their respective ports of origin that there were no stamps available, but Captain Jacob Lobb of the British cruiser Viper seized the vessels. In response, numerous residents from southern counties met in Wilmington.

The group organized as the Sons of Liberty and pledged to block implementation of the Stamp Act. The following day, as many as a thousand men, including the mayor and aldermen of Wilmington, were led by Cornelius Harnett to Brunswick to confront Tryon. The governor was unyielding but a mob retrieved the seized ships. They forced royal customs officers and public officials in the region to swear never to issue stamped paper.

Parliament repealed the Stamp Act in March In the s, citizens of Wilmington became eager to take advantage of railroad transportation. Plans were developed to build a railroad line from the capital, Raleigh , to Wilmington. When Raleigh citizens declined to subscribe in sufficient number to stock to raise money for the project, organizers changed the terminus to Weldon.

When the railroad line was completed in , it was the longest single line of railroad track in the world. The railroad also controlled a fleet of steamboats that ran between Wilmington and Charleston ; these were used both for passenger travel and transportation of freight. Regular boat lines served Fayetteville , and packet lines traveled to northern ports. The city was a main stop-over point, contributing greatly to its commerce.

By mid-century, the churchyard of St. James Episcopal Church and other town cemeteries had become filled with graves. On November 16, , a group of citizens, organized as "The Proprietors of the Wilmington Cemetery," was formed to develop a new cemetery.

Sixty-five acres of land around Burnt Mill Creek was chosen as the site for what would be called Oakdale Cemetery. It was the first rural cemetery in North Carolina. The cemetery's first interment, on February 6, , was six-year-old Annie deRosset. James churchyard were relocated to the new cemetery. The Wilmington Gas Light Company was established in Soon after, street lights were powered by gas made from lightwood and rosin , replacing the old street oil lamps.

On December 27, , the first cornerstone was laid and construction began on a new City Hall. A grant from the Thalian Association funded the attached opera house, named Thalian Hall. In the city opened its first public school, named the "Union Free School", on 6th Street between Nun and Church streets, serving white students. Wilmington had a black majority population before the Civil War. For a period up to Nat Turner 's Rebellion, they had been allowed to vote, carry arms and serve in the militia.

Fears after the rebellion resulted in the state legislature passing laws to restrict the rights of free blacks. During the Civil War , the port was the major base for Confederate and privately owned blockade runners , which delivered badly needed supplies from England. The Union mounted a blockade to reduce the goods received by the South.

The city was captured by Union forces in the Battle of Wilmington in February , approximately one month after the fall of Fort Fisher had closed the port. As nearly all the military action took place some distance from the city, numerous antebellum houses and other buildings survived the war years.

During the Reconstruction era, former free blacks and newly emancipated freedmen built a community in the city. Most blacks voted for the Republican Party, which had brought the slaves freedom. There was increasing violence around elections in this period, as armed white paramilitary insurgents, known as Red Shirts , worked to suppress black and Republican voting. Conservative white Democrats regained control of the state legislature and sought to impose white supremacy , but some blacks continued to be elected to local offices.

The Wilmington Insurrection of formerly and inaccurately called a race riot occurred as a result of the racially-charged political conflict that had occurred in the decades after the Civil War and efforts by white Democrats to reestablish white supremacy and overturn black voting. In the s, a coalition of Republicans and Populists had gained state and federal offices. The Democrats were determined to reassert their control. In , a cadre of white Democrats, professionals and businessmen, planned to overthrow the city government if their candidates were not elected.

Two days after the election, in which a white Republican was elected mayor and both white and black aldermen were elected, more than white men attacked and burned the only black daily newspaper in the state and ran off the new officers. They overthrew the legitimately-elected municipal government. On November 10, , nearly white men, led by the Democrat Alfred M. Waddell , an unsuccessful gubernatorial candidate in , marched to the offices of the Daily Record , as they had been angered by its publisher Alex Manly.

The mob broke out of control, shattering windows and setting fire to the building. Violence later broke out across town in Brooklyn, the black neighborhood, which was attacked by mobs of whites. Waddell and his men forced the elected Republican city officials to resign at gunpoint and replaced them with men selected by leading white Democrats.

Waddell was elected mayor by the newly seated board of aldermen that day. Prominent African Americans and white Republicans were banished from the city in the following days. Whites attacked and killed an estimated blacks. No whites died in the violence. As a result of the attacks, more than blacks permanently left the city, leaving a hole among its professional and middle class. The demographic change was so large that the city became majority white, rather than the majority black it was before the white Democrats' coup.

Following these events, the North Carolina legislature passed a new constitution that raised barriers to voter registration, imposing requirements for poll taxes and literacy tests that effectively disfranchised most black voters, following the example of the state of Mississippi. Blacks were essentially disfranchised and excluded from the political system until after Congressional passage in the mids of the civil rights acts.

In , Charlotte passed Wilmington to become North Carolina's largest city. The shipyard was created as part of the U. Workers built ships in Wilmington during the five years the company operated. At their peak, the camps held German prisoners.

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Organization Members may submit unlimited listings at no charge. Submit your job description and link to christine artsnc. Reporting to and working closely with the Executive Director, the Program Coordinator, assists with managing special projects and events for the Kirby Cultural Arts Complex; work with the Person County Arts Council advisory board to ensure high quality and diverse programming for the community.

Visit our website at www. Performs annual reauthorization review of Grassroots partners with a grant panel and prepares recommendations and assessments. Work includes advising constituents on development of grant applications, reviewing and evaluating grant requests and final reports, working with site evaluators and consultants, preparing analysis and presenting grant applications to a formal grant panel annually. Employee provides direct technical assistance to local arts council staff and board leadership to strengthen operations, ensure relevancy and sustainability in their communities, and maintain compliance with state grant requirements and standards.

Develops training materials, online resources and professional development opportunities for including webinars and a biennial local arts council conference.

Familiar with nonprofit organizations and understand their operations and issues. For more information and to apply, go to: To apply, email resume to director cravenarts. For any questions, please call Strong verbal and written communication skills and customer service experience required.

Experience with Excel required. Must be highly organized and detail oriented. Must possess a 4-year degree.

Strong interest in and knowledge of modern dance preferred. Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references to adf americandancefestival. The Choir School at St. Originally founded in as a boys choir in the classic European tradition, the school has grown to include five distinct choirs whose members range in age from eight to eighteen. Every year the choirs of The Choir School perform for thousands of audience members, offering three primary concerts in Uptown Charlotte as well as performances throughout the region.

Each summer our tour choirs and MasterSingers travel to destinations throughout the United States, performing for audiences all along the way.

Every four years the MasterSingers travel to England to perform and to experience firsthand the roots of the Anglican choral tradition. January 3, to May 31, Hours per week: Reporting directly to the Board of Directors and working in close partnership with the Artistic Director, the Interim Executive Director will be the key administrative leader of The Choir School. The Interim Executive Director will be responsible for overseeing administration, governance, communication, fundraising, and strategic planning.

The board will be pursing the hiring of a permanent Executive Director in May, and the interim may be a welcome candidate for the permanent role. Employment decisions will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. The Choir School does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices.

Submit cover letter and resume to: Lee Street Theatre LST , a company committed to the development and presentation of original, challenging and entertaining performance art in Salisbury, North Carolina, seeks an experienced Business Development Manager to grow our theatre through Marketing, Public Relations and Development. Business Development and Marketing Manager will work collaboratively with the Managing Artistic Director, Board of Directors and Committee members while adhering to our operating principles in support of our mission.

For complete information, click here. For more than 40 years Charlottesville Opera has produced opera, music theatre, and other musical performances. The General Director will have overall accountability for all aspects of Charlottesville Opera, both artistically and administratively. Experience with a festival operation would be desirable. Please send resume, cover letter, salary requirements and references by November 9, to: Mellon Foundation-funded initiative with the aim of establishing a new model for community engagement through artistic creation.

Creative Futures is comprised of a series of multi-year projects through which we will engage artists, communities, faculty, and students in co-creative partnerships. Informed by scholarship and research, these partnerships will empower communities to express their creativity and channel relevant issues, enrich university teaching and learning, and pioneer a new model for commissioning work. Primary functions of this position include executing a complex and transformative grant in the context of a long-term relationship with a major international funder, supporting the development and sustainability of diverse co-creative teams which include visiting artists, UNC faculty, and community members, and directing related student and faculty initiatives.

Expected outcomes of Creative Futures include empowerment of communities to leverage and benefit from collective self-expression, public engagement with identified communities, artistic representation of faculty research and teaching, and deepening of undergraduate investment in the arts and local communities.

All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions. Experience working with grant-funded programs in the arts and a deep knowledge of the local Chapel Hill community and surrounding Triangle region are preferred.

Advanced degree in related field preferred. The successful candidate will possess many of the following skills and attributes: For more information and to submit an application, please visit http: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran. The Executive Director shall provide services on an independent basis, which is estimated to require approximately hours per year, under a contract that the RSAF Board of Directors will review annually with respect to responsibilities, estimated time requirements and compensation.

The nature of the work requires the Executive Director to be available at the facility during normal business hours, as well as on some evening hours and weekends. The Executive Director shall arrange for the annual and special exhibitions that are a major activity of the Foundation including, but not limited to scheduling the events, announcing and promoting the exhibitions, recruiting artists and arranging all logistics related to staging and maintaining the exhibitions.

The Executive Director shall promote the arts by maintaining and utilizing email and postal contact lists, by contact with regional art instructors at all education levels, by collaboration with appropriate Valdese Committees and Staff, and through regular contact with local media.

Qualification and Standards of Conduct: The Executive Director shall have proven experience in the administration and promotion of the arts, must be proficient with computer applications of email and Microsoft Office applications, must be bondable, and shall exercise responsibilities in a professional manner in all contacts with the RSAF Board of Directors, artists, Town officials and the general public.

Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director, the Director of Donor Relations will spearhead fundraising and development efforts as the Montford Park Players continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the Director will have the opportunity to build the development function.

The Director will be responsible for designing, implementing and managing all fundraising activities including annual giving, endowment and capital campaigns, special projects, and other related solicitations. This is a month assignment. Renewal of contract is contingent on performance, at the decision of the Executive Director and the Board of Directors. Regular review of strategy and activity will occur throughout the year.

Please send cover letter, resume, and three professional references to apply montfordparkplayers. The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra in Wilmington, North Carolina seeks an experienced Executive Director who is creative, organized, goal oriented, and passionate about arts and their effect on a growing Region.

This is a full-time exempt position requiring some evening and weekend work. During the season, the Orchestra is re-structuring its professional staff and job tasks allocation, adding a new full-time Development Director position and expanding a part-time role into a full-time Marketing and Operations Director. The Wilmington Symphony recently moved its concerts to a new 1,seat performance venue in downtown Wilmington.

Significant audience growth, successes with community engagement initiatives, and the retirement of the current Executive Director have necessitated the transition to this new staffing structure.

Ideally, the new Executive Director will be available to in January The Wilmington Symphony has both an endowment fund and a donor-endowed chair fund.

No phone calls please. Interviews begin in in late October; position will remain open until filled. A start date in early January is preferred. We do not discriminate against any individual or group of individuals on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status. Submitting an application does not constitute a promise or guarantee of employment.

Salary is commensurate with the level of experience that the North Carolina Symphony is seeking. Benefits package includes health insurance through Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, long-term disability, life insurance, and an employee assistance program, an optional b retirement plan and optional dental insurance.

The duties listed above are not all inclusive. The person in this position is expected to perform other work-related duties as assigned even though they may not be considered primary duties. To learn more about the NC Symphony, go to: The job requires a collaborative temperament and personality to lead, manage and mentor a three- person development team, as well as partners and volunteers who assist with fundraising.

The Director of Development and Communications will work with the senior leadership at Kidznotes to create and implement annual and long-term development strategies and plans. This position will oversee all fundraising activities for Kidznotes, including individual, corporate and foundation giving, and will ensure that development activities are coordinated with staff, the Board of Directors, volunteers, and other supporters. Along with the Executive Director, the Director of Development and Communications is a key spokesperson for the organization.

The Development and Communications team currently includes: The successful candidate will be a highly collaborative and energetic leader with the ability to motivate, organize and use the talents of staff and volunteers to their fullest. Kidznotes is coming off of its single most successful fundraising year to date, yet there is significant untapped potential in its donor base and within the community. The Director of Development and communications will plan, organize and provide overall direction and guidance for the fundraising programs and provide support that complements the development efforts of the Executive Director and others.

A significant portion of this work will include the successful implementation of the Benevon Model for Sustainable Fundraising. Kidznotes, like most nonprofits, also hosts an array of fundraising events throughout the year. The Director of Development and Communications will contribute to strengthening the fundraising aspects of these events as part of a diversified portfolio of income streams.

The Development program includes cultivation, solicitation, tracking and stewardship of individuals, businesses, foundations, and other organizations. The Director of Development and Communications will also be responsible for overseeing the marketing of Kidznotes and communication of our mission to the community at large in order to drive brand awareness. More specifically, the Director of Development will have the following responsibilities:. Salary and benefits for the position are competitive and based on experience.

Physical Demands The physical demands of this job are representative of those required to successfully perform the essential duties of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Nick Malinowski Executive Director Kidznotes nick kidznotes. Applications will be accepted until October 7, , or until the position is filled. Additional writing samples and a short presentation will be required from finalists. Academic, credit, and criminal checks will be conducted before a final offer is made.

Director of Artistic Programs Employment Status: Position includes 10 Vacation, 8 Sick, 11 Holidays and Parking. Artspace is seeking a creative thinker who knows how to accomplish things independently while also serving as a highly functioning member of a team. Physically, the position requires climbing ladders, stairs, and lifting of 50 — pounds on a regular basis.

Masters degree in arts education, arts administration, or related field preferred. This position requires a collaborative working style and the ability to create innovative and exciting programs and meaningful partnerships. The ideal candidate is someone who shows initiative, is energetic, imaginative, and highly organized. Strong organizational and computer skills are necessary. Competency with Microsoft Office required. Candidate should have exceptional communication skills and have knowledge of a wide range of art techniques and supplies.

Candidate must handle multiple projects simultaneously and have an interest in working in an active office environment. Candidate should be knowledgeable about the visual arts, both applied and in an art historical context, and have experience developing, teaching and overseeing educational programs for youth, adults, and diverse audiences. Candidate must be attentive to detail.

Involves some weekend and evening hours. Davie Street Raleigh, NC Eastern Music Festival is distinctive, set apart by our accomplished faculty, exhilarating repertoire, brilliant students, world-renowned visiting artists and extensive community outreach.

We provide an unmatched educational opportunity for talented, dedicated, young musicians between the ages of 14 and 23 from North Carolina and around the globe. It is our sincere intention to have a candidate starting in this position by early October Applications will be reviewed as received and the position will remain open until a candidate is hired, however.

Kidznotes is seeking a program assistant to support a rich music program focused on cultivating a caring, cooperative, rigorous, and fun community.

The mission of Kidznotes is to change lives through ever-expanding participation in youth orchestras, bands, and choirs. Our El Sistema-inspired model is advancing a thriving, diverse network of children, families, and partners where music energizes limitless social change. Students are taught in group lessons after school days on weekdays depending on level and Saturday mornings. If interested, please submit cover letter, resume, and references to Program Director, Stephen Pysnik at spysnik kidznotes.

Kidznotes is seeking a highly qualified General Music Teaching Artist to join our team. The position is available in Chapel Hill, beginning fall Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Students are taught in group lessons after school two to three days per week and on Saturday mornings. If interested, please send cover letter, resume and references to: Todd Krueger, Artistic Director, at tkrueger kidznotes.

Kidznotes is seeking a highly qualified Teaching Artist to join our team. The following positions are available beginning fall Students are taught in group lessons after school three days per week and on Saturday mornings.

Founded in , the Arts Council has a proven track record of supporting individual creativity, cultural preservation, economic development, and lifelong learning through the arts. As the unofficial home of the U. As a result, Arts Council stakeholders describe Fayetteville as a city with dual personalities — a population that is part small town, home-grown, southern charm residents and part international, widely diverse, transient military personnel and families.

The military base attracts a large and growing defense industry and was ranked in the Top 5 Defense Industry Development areas in the United States. Since its inception, the organization has served as the vital link between artists, arts and cultural organizations, and the community.

As the primary steward of public and private funding for arts, cultural, and history activities in the Cape Fear Region, the Arts Council and the agencies it supports are known for core values of excellence, accountability, transparency, collaboration, and innovation. Created by legislative mandate in , the annual application of a portion of occupancy tax revenues generated by hotel guests who visit Cumberland County provides an unusually stable and sustainable means of support for the development of arts infrastructure without taxing local residents.

Its careful stewardship of these funds, broad re-granting of revenues to a diverse range of cultural organizations now reaching well beyond the arts , and ongoing review and assessment of how these funds are spent has helped generate a collaborative community spirit and foster distinctive programming that has added to the vitality, quality of life, and economic development of the region.

Presently, a volunteer member Board of Directors governs the Arts Council, with its day-to-day business operations managed by a team of 14 staff. For more information on the Arts Council, visit www.

With leadership, encouragement, and funding from the North Carolina Arts Council, the Arts Council will staff and develop this program to build bridges between military populations and the creative arts industry. Recent assessment determined gaps in resources available to the makers and creatives of the Fayetteville community: The Arts Council will utilize the research findings to develop a new networking association of makers and creatives built on a mission to create a physical and philosophical space for artists, makers, and other creative industry professionals to gather, collaborate, and engage in professional development.

The Arts Council is on solid footing as an organization and is poised for a new generation of executive leadership.

There is broad consensus within the organization that the Arts Council is in an ideal position to grow its impact and expand its leadership in the sector. This has been built through a thoughtful succession and strategic planning process completed over the last two years, including both board and staff, in partnership with consulting firms specializing in these areas.

This individual is entering the life of the Arts Council at a time of significant transition with the long-time director stepping down and great opportunity. The successful candidate will exhibit a strategic and visionary mindset and drive, outstanding communication skills, enthusiasm, perseverance, and diplomacy.

Qualified candidates must possess an undergraduate degree graduate degree preferred , demonstrate a commitment to continued learning for both self and team, and bring a variety of experiences and attributes to the organization, including:. For questions, contact Jeanie Duncan, lead consultant, at jduncan raffa. Communications will be treated with confidence and resumes will be accepted until position is filled; however, the active application period is now through October 12, Resume reviews begin immediately.

The Executive Director works in partnership with the Board of Directors and the staff to ensure the success of the organization. The ED provides leadership, vision, energy, and strategic direction for the organization, ensures the programmatic and financial strength of the organization, represents and advocates for the Arts Center in the community and implements policy approved by the Board.

Duties include overseeing daily operations, hiring and coaching staff in their performance, preparing and managing the annual budget, monitoring programming and events, grant writing and reporting, community outreach and collaboration. We seek an energetic, experienced leader with a record of success running a business or non-profit organization, including program administration, management and fundraising.

Qualified candidates should have proven business acumen, excellent organizational, communication and supervisory skills. This is a full-time, salaried position.

Salary to be determined based on experience and qualifications. Manage, plan and coordinate activities associated with the physical, environmental and security operations of the Nasher Museum of Art. Secure services to meet museum needs for physical aspects of daily operations, maintenance, repairs, renovations and new construction.

Manage, plan, coordinate and monitor the physical, environmental and security conditions and general maintenance of the building facilities and grounds of the Nasher Museum of Art. Determine priorities for the enhancement, repair and modification of building facilities and equipment; develop plans for enhancement as well as ongoing and preventive maintenance of facilities. Coordinate with Special Events Coordinator, Registrar, Chief Preparator to co-manage all activities and functions with the museum, on the ground, and at off-site storage facilities.

Coordinate with Manager of Protection Services to update plans for response to and recovery from emergency and disaster conditions as pertaining to assigned building s ; lead and participate in implementation of emergency plans in appropriate situations.

Make work assignments and coordinate multiple maintenance trade and security activities where appropriate; recommend various personnel actions for assigned employees including, but not limited to, hiring, performance appraisals, promotions, transfers, and vacation schedules.

Manage key and card access system for museum users to provide necessary access while protecting against unauthorized access to restricted areas. Coordinate and support communication and media technology for all areas of the Nasher Museum preferred. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. The above statements describe general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this classification.

This not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of personnel so classified. Experience Work generally requires the ability to organize and coordinate a variety of facility maintenance and management activities normally acquired through three years of directly related experience; information technology experience is preferred. Please apply through the Duke HR website with a cover letter and resume: Duke aspires to create a community built on collaboration, innovation, creativity, and belonging.

Our collective success depends on the robust exchange of ideas—an exchange that is best when the rich diversity of our perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences flourishes.

To achieve this exchange, it is essential that all members of the community feel secure and welcome, that the contributions of all individuals are respected, and that all voices are heard. All members of our community have a responsibility to uphold these values. Regular full time; non-exempt Department: Administration Reports To Job Title: Manager performs all duties with a focus on increased revenue, elevated public awareness and organizational brand reputation.

Years and Type of Related Experience Required: Submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements to jennifer charlotteballet. Applicants without cover letter and salary requirements will not be considered. ArtSpace Charter School, a K-8 public school near Asheville, NC, has an opening for an innovative, energetic, dance teacher to join its arts integration team in the school year.

Candidates must be willing to work in a collaborative environment and able to teach various subjects through dance to students in grades kindergarten through eight. A Dance Education degree and NC licensure in dance is required. Qualified applicants may email their resume and cover letter to: This role is highly visible and interacts with sponsors, corporations, VIPs, patrons, and volunteers. Its performances annually are greeted with enthusiasm throughout the state, in communities large and small, in concert halls, auditoriums, gymnasiums and outdoor settings.

Under the artistic leadership of Music Director Grant Llewellyn, the orchestra has grown in stature and sophistication, now advancing a well-earned reputation for innovative programming and collaborative projects. We are an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including age, sex, color, race, creed, national origin, religious persuasion, marital status, political belief, or disability that does not prohibit performance of essential job functions.

The Raleigh Boychoir RBC is a non-profit organization that educates and trains boys in the art of singing. The choristers, conductors, and musicians of the Raleigh Boychoir contribute generously with their talents to the musical and cultural life of Raleigh, the greater Triangle area, and beyond. The Administrative Assistant is the primary point of contact for all RBC constituencies parents, students, staff, and board and provides support for the financial, regulatory, and administrative operations of the chorus as directed by the Artistic Director AD and Chair of the RBC Board of Directors.

The Administrative Assistant will ensure a positive and efficient experience for parents, providing clear communication and responsive support as they join the RBC, register their singers, and interact with RBC. The Administrative Assistant will be solely responsible for managing the RBC office and day-to-day administration. The position reports to the AD for all choir related issues and to the RBC Board Chair for overall administration, policy, and financial matters.

Some work may be completed remotely. Salary commensurate with experience. May include occasional weekend or evening commitments. Submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references with contact information to raleighboychoir gmail. Culture Blocks is a partnership with Mecklenburg County to deliver arts and culture programming in geographic areas with historically low levels of participation in other ASC funded programs.

The PD is also actively involved in the administrative functioning of the Culture Blocks program. Successful performance in this position requires an individual with the ability to work with and in diverse communities race, ethnicity, socio-economic, etc.

This position requires effective and disciplined tactical execution. CSA serves 4, students annually through music and visual arts programs taught after school and during the summer. Programs include private music lessons, group art and music classes, private art lessons, free outreach programs, summer camps and family workshops.

Community School of the Arts and the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra have combined forces to launch a bold public music program aimed at building pathways to success for Charlotte-area youth. By engaging children in orchestra programs that foster skill development and personal empowerment, Project Harmony is social transformation through music. Project Harmony is inspired by the renowned El Sistema youth and community development program of Venezuela.

Project Harmony will be operating in four Charlotte area communities for Every program location has an instructor each for strings, band, and choir. Contracted hourly, commensurate with experience.

Potential to switch to part-time with a consistent schedule of 25 hours per week. Fall programs to begin mid-September Fall lessons to begin week of August 27, The incumbent works closely with Public School leadership to ensure school curriculum and NCS programs are aligned. The incumbent works closely with Philanthropy Department to ensure programming and funding opportunities are maximized.

Chamber Music Raleigh presents national touring artists and North Carolina regional artists performing chamber music of the highest caliber. CMR celebrated its 75th season in , and looks forward to a bright future.

We are seeking a half-time Executive Director with solid management skills. Because the responsibilities of the Executive Director include booking and contracting artists, organizing concerts and educational outreach activities, and writing grants for CMR funding.

What follows is a brief description of this multi-faceted position. The successful candidate should demonstrate a positive, mission-driven, and self-directed attitude. The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing and directing all of The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art SECCA fundraising including, the annual fund, major gifts program, planned giving, special events and capital campaigns. The Development Director works closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors.

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Education Gini index Inequality in education Here: Religion statistics for Ramseur town based on Randolph County data. When Houston visited Wilmington on business, still unaware of his appointment, he recounted,. The Town Bell was rung[,] Drums [were] beating, Colours [were] flying and [a] great concourse of People [were] gathered together.

Governor William Tryon made attempts to mitigate the opposition, to no avail. On November 18, , he pleaded his case directly to prominent residents of the area.

They said the law restricted their rights. When the stamps arrived on November 28 on the H. Sloop Diligence , Tryon ordered them to be kept on board. Shipping on the Cape Fear River was stopped, as were the functions of the courts.

Tryon, after having received his official commission as governor a position he had assumed only after the death of Arthur Dobbs , was brought to Wilmington by Captain Constantine Phipps on a barge from the Diligence , and "was received cordially by the gentlemen of the borough. This "warm welcome" was spoiled, however, after a dispute arose between Captain Phipps and captains of ships in the harbor regarding the display of their colors. The townspeople became infuriated with Phipps and threats were made against both sides.

After Tryon harangued them for their actions, the townspeople gathered around the barrels of punch and ox he had brought as refreshments. The barrels were broken open, letting the punch spill into the streets; they threw the head of the ox into the pillory , and gave its body to the slaves. Because of the unrest, Tryon moved his seat of government to New Bern instead of Wilmington. On February 18, , two merchant ships arrived without stamped papers at Brunswick Town.

Each ship provided signed statements from the collectors at their respective ports of origin that there were no stamps available, but Captain Jacob Lobb of the British cruiser Viper seized the vessels. In response, numerous residents from southern counties met in Wilmington.

The group organized as the Sons of Liberty and pledged to block implementation of the Stamp Act. The following day, as many as a thousand men, including the mayor and aldermen of Wilmington, were led by Cornelius Harnett to Brunswick to confront Tryon. The governor was unyielding but a mob retrieved the seized ships. They forced royal customs officers and public officials in the region to swear never to issue stamped paper.

Parliament repealed the Stamp Act in March In the s, citizens of Wilmington became eager to take advantage of railroad transportation. Plans were developed to build a railroad line from the capital, Raleigh , to Wilmington. When Raleigh citizens declined to subscribe in sufficient number to stock to raise money for the project, organizers changed the terminus to Weldon.

When the railroad line was completed in , it was the longest single line of railroad track in the world. The railroad also controlled a fleet of steamboats that ran between Wilmington and Charleston ; these were used both for passenger travel and transportation of freight. Regular boat lines served Fayetteville , and packet lines traveled to northern ports. The city was a main stop-over point, contributing greatly to its commerce.

By mid-century, the churchyard of St. James Episcopal Church and other town cemeteries had become filled with graves. On November 16, , a group of citizens, organized as "The Proprietors of the Wilmington Cemetery," was formed to develop a new cemetery. Sixty-five acres of land around Burnt Mill Creek was chosen as the site for what would be called Oakdale Cemetery. It was the first rural cemetery in North Carolina. The cemetery's first interment, on February 6, , was six-year-old Annie deRosset.

James churchyard were relocated to the new cemetery. The Wilmington Gas Light Company was established in Soon after, street lights were powered by gas made from lightwood and rosin , replacing the old street oil lamps. On December 27, , the first cornerstone was laid and construction began on a new City Hall.

A grant from the Thalian Association funded the attached opera house, named Thalian Hall. In the city opened its first public school, named the "Union Free School", on 6th Street between Nun and Church streets, serving white students. Wilmington had a black majority population before the Civil War. For a period up to Nat Turner 's Rebellion, they had been allowed to vote, carry arms and serve in the militia. Fears after the rebellion resulted in the state legislature passing laws to restrict the rights of free blacks.

During the Civil War , the port was the major base for Confederate and privately owned blockade runners , which delivered badly needed supplies from England. The Union mounted a blockade to reduce the goods received by the South. The city was captured by Union forces in the Battle of Wilmington in February , approximately one month after the fall of Fort Fisher had closed the port.

As nearly all the military action took place some distance from the city, numerous antebellum houses and other buildings survived the war years. During the Reconstruction era, former free blacks and newly emancipated freedmen built a community in the city. Most blacks voted for the Republican Party, which had brought the slaves freedom. There was increasing violence around elections in this period, as armed white paramilitary insurgents, known as Red Shirts , worked to suppress black and Republican voting.

Conservative white Democrats regained control of the state legislature and sought to impose white supremacy , but some blacks continued to be elected to local offices. The Wilmington Insurrection of formerly and inaccurately called a race riot occurred as a result of the racially-charged political conflict that had occurred in the decades after the Civil War and efforts by white Democrats to reestablish white supremacy and overturn black voting.

In the s, a coalition of Republicans and Populists had gained state and federal offices. The Democrats were determined to reassert their control. In , a cadre of white Democrats, professionals and businessmen, planned to overthrow the city government if their candidates were not elected.

Two days after the election, in which a white Republican was elected mayor and both white and black aldermen were elected, more than white men attacked and burned the only black daily newspaper in the state and ran off the new officers.

They overthrew the legitimately-elected municipal government. On November 10, , nearly white men, led by the Democrat Alfred M. Waddell , an unsuccessful gubernatorial candidate in , marched to the offices of the Daily Record , as they had been angered by its publisher Alex Manly. The mob broke out of control, shattering windows and setting fire to the building. Violence later broke out across town in Brooklyn, the black neighborhood, which was attacked by mobs of whites.

Waddell and his men forced the elected Republican city officials to resign at gunpoint and replaced them with men selected by leading white Democrats. Waddell was elected mayor by the newly seated board of aldermen that day. Prominent African Americans and white Republicans were banished from the city in the following days.

Whites attacked and killed an estimated blacks. No whites died in the violence. As a result of the attacks, more than blacks permanently left the city, leaving a hole among its professional and middle class.

The demographic change was so large that the city became majority white, rather than the majority black it was before the white Democrats' coup. Following these events, the North Carolina legislature passed a new constitution that raised barriers to voter registration, imposing requirements for poll taxes and literacy tests that effectively disfranchised most black voters, following the example of the state of Mississippi.

Blacks were essentially disfranchised and excluded from the political system until after Congressional passage in the mids of the civil rights acts. In , Charlotte passed Wilmington to become North Carolina's largest city.

The shipyard was created as part of the U. Workers built ships in Wilmington during the five years the company operated. At their peak, the camps held German prisoners. The first camp was located on the corner of Shipyard Boulevard and Carolina Beach Road; it was moved downtown to Ann Street, between 8th and 10th avenues, when it outgrew the original location.

A smaller contingent of prisoners was assigned to a third site, working in the officers' mess and doing grounds keeping at Bluethenthal Army Air Base, which is now Wilmington International Airport. This road passes through many major cities and state capitals along the way. According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of Wrightsville Beach is a popular destination in the Wilmington area.

Carolina and Kure beaches also add to the city's beach attractions. Wilmington boasts a large historic district encompassing nearly blocks. Abandoned warehouses on downtown's northern end have been recently demolished making room for multi-million dollar projects, such as the World Headquarters of Pharmaceutical Product Development PPD and a state-of-the-art convention center. Between and , crime rates, as reported through the Federal Bureau of Investigation 's Uniform Crime Reports , decreased in 6 of the 8 reported categories.

Wilmington has an increasing problem with gang violence [30] and on October 15, the WPD and NHC Sheriffs department created a joint task force to combat gang violence. According to census estimates, [35] there were , people and 47, households in the city. The population density was 2, The racial composition of the city was: There were 34, households out of which The average household size was 2.

In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 34 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were

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