Tahoe Public Art (TPA) is seeking an Executive Director (ED). This position will begin at a minimum of 10 hours per week and is anticipated to increase into full time: hours per week and per month may vary as the organization grows. The ED reports to the Board of Directors. The ED is the primary advocate and spokesperson for TPA, locally and beyond. The ED provides leadership for TPA in all aspects. He/she must have a thorough understanding of, and support for, the TPA mission and vision. Other areas of responsibility include: oversight of all operations, accounting, fundraising, and general administration. The ED will also be responsible for developing positive relationships in the community and with important constituencies, including: donors, volunteers, Board Members, area organizations, businesses and government entities. Read More
Tahoe Public Art
Tahoe Public Art's mission is to enhance and preserve the natural beauty and history of North Lake Tahoe through visual arts that promote environmental stewardship and cultural unity.
Create and install meaningful art in roundabouts and other locations across the north shore communities
Enhance community identity and sense of place
Seek collaborative opportunities for artists to work with community organizations, public agencies and private businesses and institutions
Establish opportunities for NLT youth to participate in public art projects
Encourage artists to use local and sustainable materials