Mosesian Center for the Arts

321 Arsenal Street
Watertown, MA 02472
www.mosesianarts.org
employment@arsenalarts.org

Date Posted:
August 08, 2019

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Education/Instruction

Type:
Part-Time

Teaching Artist - Fall 2019

Description:

The Mosesian Center for the Arts seeks Teaching Artists to join our corps of faculty for various teaching opportunities during Fall 2019. Classes range from elementary school age through middle school students and include on-site classes and off-site after-school enrichment classes in all visual arts. Teaching Artists coordinate, develop, and implement visual arts educational programs to reach a broad and diverse audience. Hiring is done on a per class, term length basis.


Particularly interested in teaching artists for the following areas (multiple media teachers preferred):

Printmaking

Painting

Drawing

Mixed Media

Qualifications:

This position requires:

- Reliable transportation (car strongly preferred).

- Prior visual art instruction of pre-K, elementary, middle school, high school age and/or adult students

- BFA or equivalent experience

- Ability to implement successful methods of classroom management

- A passion for implementing educational visual arts programming and strengthening current programming for children, teens, and/or adults

- Excellent communication and organizational skills, which will be used to communicate with students and parents about logistics, etc.

How To Apply:

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter along with images of student work and brief class and/or workshop proposals to MCA’s Visual Arts Education Coordinator, Beth Dalal at bethdalal@mosesianarts.org. For more information about MCA's program and mission please visit our website at www.mosesianarts.org.

Apply by:
August 23, 2019
Salary:
$27-$45 per teaching hour
About this Organization:
The Mosesian Center for the Arts provides Greater Boston with an innovative environment for creating and presenting visual, literary, and performing arts for children and adults that encourage dynamic artistic collaboration while inviting the broadest possible audience to engage in the creative process.