AHB Seeks Content Manager

Arts & Humanities Bainbridge is searching for the newest member of our dedicated team. We’re seeking an energetic, resourceful individual to combine creative communication skills and technical savviness to manage Currents Online, our new cultural community platform.

This part-time Content Manager position provides overall digital content creation, support and maintenance for Currents Online, a web-based community resource offered to Bainbridge Island by AHB. Set to debut in April 2019, Currents Online will make the island’s rich world of art, humanities, and culture accessible to community members and visitors, opening a window onto this small community’s amazingly rich creative culture. The site features an interactive events calendar, an arts-focused blog, directories of artists and organizations, a public art portal, and more. The Content Manager will collaborate with parties across Bainbridge Island’s cultural sector to source content and solicit participation in this community project. This position will be responsible for creating and curating website content and developing a unique voice to tell the story of arts and culture on Bainbridge Island.

A link to the full job description is available here. Please contact ed@ahbainbridge.org with interest.

We’ve got a new logo, a new mission, and a new project

Arts & Humanities Bainbridge debuted a fresh look last weekend at the Farm to Table Harvest Supper for the Arts. The exciting new logo signals the organization’s evolving role in the island’s cultural sector.

Throughout 2018, we’ve been having conversations with our partners in the cultural sector and with people throughout our community about how best AHB can serve Bainbridge Island. What we’ve heard is that, while the opportunities to experience arts and culture on the island are plentiful, what’s missing is a central resource that allows island residents and visitors to tap into our community’s creative culture in all its dimensions. The arts are so vibrant here: what if there was an easy way to get connected to the full breadth of what our community offers?

AHB has been at the center of the cultural sector for 30 years. We’re uniquely positioned to lead the way toward a more cohesive, integrated, and inviting arts culture on Bainbridge Island. We heard you, and we’re working on some innovative solutions.

While we’ve always been “the nexus of all things cultural on Bainbridge Island,” we’re focused on new ways we can fill this role. To match this effort, we’ve come up with a new mission statement:

We connect you to the abundance of creativity in our community to empower and inspire.

We’re committed to bringing Bainbridge Island’s arts and culture right to your door, making it available for you to reach out and see, hear, and feel every day. Our new projects will do just that. Stay tuned for more information about the resources we’ll be rolling out in 2019, and in the meantime, keep an eye out around town for our new logo!