Reports to: Education Director
BA of MFA in studio art, art education, or relevant teaching subject preferred
Minimum of 2 years teaching experience
Demonstrated expertise in teaching field
High level of quality in personal artwork
High level of personal motivation and dependability
Ability to work independently
Skilled in teaching incremental steps designed for beginner to advanced students
Ability to encourage and support the creativity of students of all ages
Classes typically meet for 2 hours a week for four or eight weeks. One-day workshops can meet within a timeframe of 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Please fill out the proposal and attach a resume. Email to Erin Oldfield, Director of Education and Public Programming at email@example.com
Reports to: Education Coordinator
The Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center accepts applications from college students, recent graduates and graduate students interested in interning in the Education department. Internships are unpaid positions.
Some colleges and universities offer college credit for internships. Consult your school to see what the internship time requirements are to receive college credit.
Provide support and assistance for youth classes, camps, programs and events. Intern will prep for classes, help children with art projects and may assist the instructor with class management. They will work with the Education department including the director of education and public programming, education coordinator and education associate. Intern will gain practical hands-on experience in program planning and arts education.
Please submit the application, cover letter and resume by May 12, 2017
Summer Internship: May 30 - August 18 at 20 hours/week
Mail completed materials to:
OKLAHOMA CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER
Attn: Christine Gibson, Education Coordinator
3000 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
Please direct questions to Christine Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org or