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Description

The Arts in Health Fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital is a competitive, paid program that trains student leaders in the curation and execution of arts in health performances as a member of a growing Arts in Health team. Within Peabody, the Arts in Health Fellows@JHH serve as liaisons between the Office of Community Engagement and the student body, actively working to demonstrate best practices and support meaningful opportunities for student volunteers to experience musical activity in a clinical setting. At the hospital, the Arts in Health Fellows@JHH join an interdivisional team of artists and administrators supporting the development and execution of arts in health programming at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Arts in Health Fellows@JHH work approximately 5-7 hours a week and receive ongoing training in partnership development, community engagement, and the incorporation of the arts into healthcare. The rate of compensation is $15/hour. This year, the fellowship will be awarded to a graduate pianist (DMA DIPs are also welcome).

The work of Arts in Health Fellows@JHH can be organized into the following categories:

  • Partnership Development: Reporting to the Arts in Health team and the Manager of Community Partnerships, the Arts in Health Fellow will plan, schedule, and execute student performances within the Johns Hopkins Hospital campus in East Baltimore. The Arts in Health Fellow will collect feedback as requested and communicate regularly with Arts in Health team members.
  • Student Recruiting and Training: The Arts in Health Fellow will actively recruit and advise students in musical selection and program development appropriately tailored to enhance healing, offer positive distraction, and relieve stress. The Arts in Health Fellow will also provide onsite orientation to the healthcare environment.
  • Program┬áCuration and Performance: The Arts in Health Fellow will oversee program development and observe volunteersÔÇÖ performance and interactions with patients and staff to support their skill development and ensure appropriate fit. The Arts in Health Fellow will also maintain a regular schedule of musical activity in various locations at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
  • Program Development/Research: If needed, the Arts in Health Fellow may be asked to assist with the development of new programs and collection of data for research studies.
  • Professional Development: Arts in Health Fellows will attend bi-monthly Artist Rounds meetings and learn from guest artists, industry professionals, and specialists.

Eligibility and Requirements

  • Good academic┬ástanding and experience with┬ácommunity engagement programs or activities
  • Demonstrated artistic excellence through video/audio clips or live audition
  • High level of responsibility, good┬ácommunication skills, and ability to┬ácollaborate with students, faculty, staff, and┬ácommunity partners
  • Completion of all required hospital orientation sessions, healthcare screenings, and background check
  • Willingness to abide by all regulations required of those working within the healthcare environment and to put safety above all other considerations
  • Experience working and performing in a variety of┬ácommunity┬ácontexts┬áand in a broad range of repertoire/styles
  • Cultural competence
  • Flexibility, patience, and ability to take direction in a rapidly changing environment
  • A sincere interest in music as a form of healing

Application Instructions and Timeline

The Arts in Health Fellowship application deadline is Feb 1, 2021. Applications can be found here.

For further information, please contact Carolyn Davies.