Seeking a Folk & Traditional Arts Community Impact Coordinator

CT Office of the Arts | June 8, 2021 

The Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA), the Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program (CCHAP), and the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County (CAFC) are seeking a Folk & Traditional Arts Community Impact Coordinator to join CCHAP and to serve as an engagement leader with a focus on connecting to folk and traditional artists and communities across coastal Fairfield County (the towns served by CAFC).

Impact Coordinator Overview
The Folk & Traditional Arts Community Impact Coordinator will work closely with CCHAP, CAFC, and COA to identify various affiliation circles and creative networks in the region that are not being served at a high level and strategize innovative ways to support them, particularly in terms of supporting community expressive life and traditional/cultural heritage. They will become a cultural heritage bridge builder as we work to develop greater connectivity throughout coastal Fairfield County.

This opportunity is open to Connecticut residents of any age from 18 years and older. We welcome submissions from a range of perspectives and backgrounds, and we seek an enthusiastic community worker with a passion for field-based research.

How to Apply
Interested candidates must complete an online application on or before the Application Deadline: Wednesday, June 30, 2021. Access the application at

Review the full Folk & Traditional Arts Community Impact Coordinator opportunity on our website.


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