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Executive Director Position

Now Open for Applications

The function of this job is to assume primary leadership responsibity for the Belton Center of the Art's management and growth within the policies and guidelines established by the Board of Directors. Your duties will include serving as the Art Center's primary spokesperson, curating all gallery events and building relationships with similar alliances, fundraising, planning, and administrating. 

Qualifications include three years of nonprofit leadership or senior management experience, demonstrated fundraising skills, strong written and oral communication skills, ability to develop relationships with both corporate and grassroots representatives, demonstrated success in building coalitions, visionary leadership, and strong administrative skills. 

To apply email your resume to betsy@beltonarts.org

Full Time, evenings and weekends as needed

Gallery Space
Gallery Space

Second floor

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Front Window
Front Window

Sign painting on the original building

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"United" mural
"United" mural

Painted by member and artist, Jose Acaba

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Gallery Space
Gallery Space

Second floor

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The mission of Belton Center for the Arts is to encourage and stimulate the education, practice, and appreciation of the arts. The Center will showcase all forms of art, and act as a community cultural center, creating an inviting atmosphere and further enhancing and uniting the Belton community.

The Belton Center for the Arts, founded in 1999, is a cultural arts center that is committed to engaging the community in the education, exhibition and exploration of the visual, performing and literary arts. By offering an open and inviting atmosphere, the Center encourages art appreciation for every discipline through a variety of cultural experiences. In addition to promoting local artists by providing multiple exhibition opportunities, Belton Center for the Arts also cultivates emerging artists of all ages and ability levels through educational classes in a variety of media. The Center, as well as its members, believes that the arts are fundamental to quality of life, education, and economic development. The gallery, designed for multi-use, is the community’s paramount exhibition space with room to exhibit a variety of art.


Board of Directors

Betsy Chapman

Executive Director


Kendell Lusk

Administrative Assistant/Graphic Designer/Instructor


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