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  • 4Culture is King County’s cultural services agency that provides an on-site research facility, publications, grant and fellowship assistance, and online web links to more than 150 arts and arts service organizations.
  • 911 Media Arts Center is a non-profit organization that supports independent digital media artists in the creation and exhibition of their work. It provides residency end exhibition programs, access to equipment and technology, and classes, workshops and online resources throughout the Northwest.


  • Actor’s Equity Association is the labor union that represents more than 45,000 theater performers and stage managers in the United States. It negotiates wages and working conditions on behalf of its members, and provides a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans, as well as a national listing of casting calls for actors, dancers, singers and stage managers.
  • The mission of the American Institute of Graphic Artists is to advance designing as a professional craft, strategic tool and vital cultural force. Among other resources, the site allows graphic artists can search for jobs and post their resume/portfolio on their site.
  • The American Society of Interior Designers has resources for design students, professionals, and industry partners, as well as job postings and a resume bank.
  • Aquent is a marketing and creative staffing firm that matches professionals with contract, freelance, and temp-to-perm job opportunities all over the world.
  • Arts Corps is a Seattle-area, non-profit youth development program that partners with schools, community organizations, and independent teaching artists to bring free arts classes to low-income K-12 students.
  • Subscribe to the monthly e-newsletter published by Arts Deadline List for info about scholarships and grants, juried exhibitions, jobs and internships, residencies, casting calls and more.
  • Artist Trust is a non-profit organization that supports Washington State artists working in all creative disciplines. Their site lists employment opportunities, as well as information about grants and fellowships, competitions and health insurance.
  • ArtJob is a members-only source for professional opportunities and career information in all areas of the arts. It posts listings for full- & part-time employment, internships, grants, public art projects, residencies and more.

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  • The Chronicle of Higher Education lists teaching and arts administration opportunities, gallery and museum jobs, as well as jobs outside academia.
  • The College Art Association is a national organization that represents artists, art historians, scholars, curators, collectors, educators, art publishers, and other visual arts professionals. They provide online listings of jobs, volunteer and internship opportunities, fellowships and grants, and workshops to their membership.
  • The Cornish Library offers an extensive list of online information for artists including job listings, career guidance, and much more.
  • creativePLANET Communities offers online resources for film, video, television and radio professionals, including news, articles, job listings and discussion forums.


  • Filter Talent is a placement agency for creative staff in design, production and content management.
  • Funds for Writers offers information to freelance writers about national grants and contests, awards, jobs, agents and more.

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  • Guru bills itself as the "world’s largest online marketplace for freelance talent," where individuals can post your profile and resume and bid on jobs.



  • The National Writers Union site is the trade union for freelance and contract writers, and their site features job postings, a resume bank, and more.
  • New York Foundation for the Arts offers grants and fellowships, professional development opportunities, and a free database of funding and career resources for visual, performing, media and literary artists nationwide.

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  • Performers Call Board is a free email list that announces casting and crew calls, and performance, technical, administrative and volunteer opportunities in the Pacific Northwest theater and film industries.


  • The Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs partners with artists and cultural organizations to supports projects, youth arts training programs, neighborhood festivals and more that promote the value of arts and culture in and of communities throughout Seattle. Among other things, their website features jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities.


  • Theatre Puget Sound is a consortium of theaters and individual artists in Puget Sound that helps to strengthen the theater community through programs, resources and services. An audition and jobs list is available on their site, as well as a resume-posting service.
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