- Job date: Wed, 12 Aug 2020 06:49:13 GMT
- Expected salary: $22 – 24 per hour
- Job title: Teen Art Camp Teacher — Aug 31-Sept 4
- Location: Arlington, TX
During the 2020 camp season, our in-person Teen Studio programs are scheduled to run Monday – Friday, from 1:30 – 4:30 pm. Teachers in our Teen Studio program will work 1:00 – 4:30pm every day, or 17.5 hours total for the week, with a group of no more than 10 students.
Currently, we are looking to hire an Arts Instructor, who has experience working with teens, for the following week:
Week 10: 8/31 – 9/4: Explorations in Architecture
An introduction to the processes involved in the art of building, this workshop will begin with the basics of contemporary architecture. Through drawing, modeling, sculpting and building, students will learn about the fundamentals of design and creative thinking through space. Students will leave with exciting, imaginative work and an understanding of architectural possibilities.
All camp programs will comply with required health & safety policies/procedures in light of COVID-19. For more info, please contact ACA’s Camp Director, Michael Mahin, at [email protected]
For more information about our camp programs, please visit:
Teaching experience in a PreK, Elementary or Middle School/High School classroom (schools, art centers, community centers, museums, etc.)
At least two years of experience teaching art for PreK, Elementary or Middle School/High School students
Refined classroom management skills
Enthusiasm for the arts
Outgoing, demonstrates preparedness, problem-solver, good communication skills
Organizational skills in the classroom and in lesson preparation
How To Apply:
Please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected] If selected for an interview, we will require references.
Please limit resumes to 2 pages maximum.
August 24, 2020
$22 – 24/hr, commensurate with experience
About this Organization:
The Arlington Center for the Arts (ACA) is a private nonprofit organization that transforms lives and builds community through the arts by:
- providing opportunities for creative expression by children and teens through camps and classes that foster skill-building, instill confidence, and promote teamwork;
- nurturing leadership development in teens and young adults through hands-on work experience in ACA camp programs;
- offering classes and workshops for adult learners who want to grow their artistic practice and connect with community in a dynamic and supportive environment;
- cultivating a cultural hub where local artists can create and share their work;
- collaborating with other arts organizations and nonprofits as well as town agencies and local businesses to make Arlington a cultural destination; and
- enriching community-life through exhibits, performances, and signature events like Arlington Open Studios, Porchfest, and the Jug Band Festival.