We list any part-time, full-time, temporary, internship and apprentice experiences for individual artists, designers, performers, writers and all other creative professions.
Cleveland Print Room (CPR) is seeking photographers and visual artists interested in facilitating classes and workshops for students and adults.
CPR is interested in engaging artists who are interested in developing or deepening their work as instructors. We believe that it is essential to the development of our programming and the growth of our organization to have a diverse faculty community of artists. We continue to center exploration and experimentation as we carry out our mission to the photographic image, traditional and alternative processes. We are committed to providing quality experiences to participants of all ages. Our youth-centered ’Teen Institute’ programs are designed to support young creatives ages 12-21 in their pursuit of a photo-based creative practice in hopes of building a rich group of talented rising photographers. We invite applicants to think about the importance and intricacies of their own practice and how it can be shared with others.
The Ashtabula Arts Center is seeking a full-time Technical Director. The Technical Director is responsible for the technical operations of all productions, including lighting, sound, set construction, projection, rigging, and ordering materials, as well as keeping inventory and maintaining technical equipment & set shop. The Technical Director ensures all technical aspects of productions work smoothly and safely, and collaborates with the Director of Theater & Music, show directors, and stage managers.
The Pittsburgh Camerata and Pittsburgh Girls Choir are recruiting for a new full-time opportunity as Executive Director. This new shared leadership position supports two independent Pittsburgh-based performing and music education organizations as part of a newly established administrative affiliation. We are seeking a leader with strong nonprofit management and fundraising experience, who will provide strategic and operational management in collaboration with the organizations’ Artistic Directors.
Cleveland Institute of Art is currently seeking Teaching Artists in the areas of Adobe Creative Cloud, Animation, Brand Design, Digital Arts, Drawing and Illustration, Fiber and Textiles, Graphic Design, Game Design, Painting, Photography, UX Design, Web Design, and more for our upcoming term.
Both in-person and online teaching opportunities are available.
Rainey Institute is seeking a Part-Time experienced and enthusiastic Digital Art Teacher to meet our growing demand for the Visual Arts Department. The Teaching Artist is equal parts professional artist and professional educator. Teaching Artists at Rainey Institute have the unique opportunity to have an impact on the entire community, in and outside of the classroom.
The Teaching Artist will teach Digital Art classes for students ages 11 and up, including all skill levels from beginner to advanced. Projects should be designed to introduce students to fundamental digital art tools and techniques, and how to apply those skills in a digital medium. Relevant skills and mediums taught may include at least one of the following digital art types, but are NOT LIMITED to, 2D Computer Graphics/Design, 3D Computer Graphics /Design/Printing, DigitalPhotography, and Video Art.
The ideal candidate will have a Visual Arts degree or a profound experience in Digital Art and related areas, proven record of outstanding artistry, and experience working with children from diverse ethnic, economic and cultural backgrounds. Ideal candidates are also available on some weekday afternoons (3:30 pm – 6 pm) and/or some hours on Saturdays.
Rainey Institute is seeking Part-Time Teaching Artist Assistants specifically for the Visual Arts Department. The Teaching Artist Assistant provides support to Teaching Artists during the class and is responsible for the daily class functionality as well as supporting the emotional wellbeing of the students. Teaching Artist Assistants at Rainey Institute have the unique opportunity to have an impact on the entire community, in and outside of the classroom.
The ideal candidate will be students in Visual Art or related major (but are NOT LIMITED to), or have a strong interest in visual art activities, and some experience working with children from diverse ethnic, economic and cultural backgrounds.
Ideal candidates are also available weekday afternoons (3:30 pm – 6 pm) and/or some hours on Saturdays. Candidates should also be growth-oriented with a passion for excellence and have the ability to maintain a professional personal appearance, attitude and work behavior at all times.
Broadway School of Music & the Arts is looking to connect with teaching artists who work with a variety of age groups and mediums. They are especially looking for musicians for group classes, visual and digital artists, and dance instructors but artists specializing in other forms may submit as well.
Beck Center for the Arts seeks a talented and engaging arts education instructor(s) to join our theater education faculty. In this role, the instructor will lead theater education classes while promoting and nurturing the education of students by planning and implementing effective and developmentally appropriate classroom experiences; providing a safe environment conducive to learning; keeping students informed as to the plan for the course and the activities taking place at Beck Center for the Arts. The instructor will be an entry point to first time students, while serving as an advocate for Beck Center to our students and the community.
Playhouse Square is looking for a self-motivated individual with strong organizational skills and and outstanding interpersonal skills to take on our exciting position of Ticket System Coordinator.
Playhouse Square is looking for a self-motivated, independent individual with strong organizational skills to take on our exciting position of Special Events Manager.
The Movement Project School of Dance is seeking a Front Desk Assistant for their evening classes. The Movement Project School of Dance is the official school of the professional Cleveland-based Modern dance company, The Movement Project. As a dance school, they strive to build meaningful connections to youth and families in the community by providing affordable youth dance education that focuses on a well-rounded curriculum, a professional environment, and a safe and exciting space that cultivates learning! Their Front Desk Assistant will be someone with positive and welcoming energy. Duties will include opening the dance studio, welcoming students & parents, managing dance attire sales, communicating important information to parents, office tasks, and light cleaning. They are looking for someone who is approachable, helpful, and willing to build a good rapport with our school of dance families.
The Guest Services Associate is a part-time, 25-hour per week position with benefits with the potential of full-time during performance runs and events. This role supports and carries out Near West Theatre’s mission both behind the scenes and in public. The Guest Services Associate is in charge of daily box office operations, phone and reception duties, ticketing systems, theatre volunteers, and general office assignments as needed. This position also oversees Box Office for performances and events outside of regular business hours.
The Orange Art Center (OAC) is seeking qualified life drawing models to pose for our adult art classes in the newly renovated studios at OAC. If you are an experienced model looking to join a dedicated community of artist faculty members and students, please submit your bio, resume, and references to email@example.com. Competitive compensation will be offered. No phone calls please. A background check is required.
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