New Art Center in Newton

61 Washington Park
Newtonville, MA 02460
www.newartcenter.org
info@newartcenter.org

Date Posted:
November 29, 2018

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Education/Instruction

Type:
Part-Time

Children's Ceramics Instructor

Description:

The New Art Center is seeking to increase its children’s ceramics staff and program offerings for grades K-5, with current openings for after-school classes for our winter and spring sessions.

Qualifications:
Applicants should have a knowledge ceramics and clay studio processes, with an enthusiastic teaching style that encourages both skill building and creativity. There are openings for handbuilding only, and also for wheel throwing for grades 3-5 and above. Ability to teach in other areas (drawing, painting, or sculpture) is a plus. 
How To Apply:
Please email your resume including phone number, and photos of your ceramics work (or links to your website)  to Pat Walker, Deputy Director of Programs, at pat@newartcenter.org. Applicants will be considered in the order received until the positions are filled.

Apply by:
December 14, 2018
About this Organization:
The New Art Center is a community art space which offers everyone exceptional opportunities to make, exhibit, view, think about and talk about art. The New Art Center,a nonprofit 501c3 organization established in 1977, believes the experience of art helps human beings solve problems, learn from their environment, build strong communities and live meaningful lives. We welcome artists of all ages and abilities, serving over 2,500 students annually in hundreds of art classes, workshops, and vacation programs, as well as a full schedule of exhibitions, programs and art experiences for a broad public. We seek to lower barriers, making the experience of art accessible to everyone through our outreach programs and scholarships. Our exhibition programs celebrate rising and established curators and artists from Newton, Greater Boston, and beyond. Our galleries and resident artist programs attract over 5,000 visitors annually and bring diverse opportunities for discovery of and engagement with art to our community.