Arts For Learning Indiana

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Love art? And education? Work for Arts for Learning.

Do you believe in empowering children through arts in education? Are you organized, highly motivated, and passionate about the role of the arts in a well-rounded education? If so, Arts for Learning may be the right fit for you.


20-25 hours/week

The Accountant reports to the Controller and to the President & CEO and will be responsible for the financial operations of the organization.

Major Responsibilities include:

• Record all income and cash disbursements
• Manage Accounts Receivables and Accounts Payable
• Grant tracking of income and expenses and monthly reporting
• Manage Payroll and benefits for staff and artists
• Keep inventory of all property and equipment
• Record monthly journal entries
• Perform month end reconciliations for all accounts
• Interact with other staff members (CEO, Program, Marketing & Development) to ensure accurate and up-to-date reporting of organization’s financial activities
• Provide Controller with all data needed for monthly financial statements
• Provide outside auditors with all information needed for them to conduct the yearly audit
• Prepare and review annual reports

If interested, please email your resume, cover letter, and references to JoEllen Florio Rossebo at Arts for Learning is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment.


Deadline: 4 PM, April 19

Program Overview:  Art for Learning’s Fresh StART program engages students in a school-based effort to improve their community through art. In a series of workshops, students and their families identify what they could do to improve their neighborhood or space. Students are encouraged through various art forms to share their thoughts about a particular topic. The students’ artworks in a form of, but not limited to, a story, dance, poem, sculpture, will serve as the inspiration for the final work produced by a professional artist.


Project Goal: To design and produce an outdoor installation that is inspired by the students’ personal narratives. The artwork will be installed at Knightstown Elementary School in Henry County.



  • Design ideas must clearly depict student voice
  • Ability to present two design ideas for voting by the school community
  • Must participate in a culminating event
  • Respond to communications in a timely manner
  • Document the progress of the work on social media to keep the students informed
  • Enter into a contractual agreement with Arts for Learning and agree to a background check


Project Timeframe

Week of April 22 – planning meeting with the project team

May 17 – two prototypes due

June – August – production/installation

August 30 – project completed


To apply for consideration

Email a cover letter and resume detailing exhibition or related experience to Ploi Pagdalian at Please include photos or websites of portfolio examples if possible.

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