55 Salisbury St.
Worcester, MA 01609
Date Posted: April 19, 2022
Region: Central Massachusetts
Title: Youth/Teen Instructor
Type: Part-time, Non-exempt
Reports To: Manager of Studio Class Programs
Direct Reports: None
Number of Positions Available: 2
Purpose: To teach art courses to a wide variety of students and to remain current on subject matter and teaching styles.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
At least a BA/BFA or equivalent teaching experience required, MA/MFA preferred.
One to two years of experience teaching the applicable media/subject or one to two years of art education work in a PreK-12 educational setting for youth classes or adult education for adult classes, or both. Work in educational settings such as museums, public or private schools, or non-profit arts/community organizations preferred. A practicing knowledge of the media(s) and materials you will be teaching and a general understanding of art history.
Art Museum creates transformative programs and exhibitions, drawing on its
exceptional world-renowned collection of 38,000 works of art spanning 51
centuries. Central to its mission is a focus on audience engagement, connecting
visitors of all ages and abilities with inspiring art and demonstrating its
enduring relevance to daily life. The Museum’s creative initiatives—from
pioneering collaborative programs with local schools, to fresh approaches to
exhibition design and in-gallery teaching, to a long history of studio class
instruction—provide opportunities for its diverse audiences to experience art
and learn both from and with artists.
Centrally located in New England, Worcester is an hour from Boston, Providence
and Hartford, an hour and a half from the Berkshires, three hours from New York
City, and is convenient to Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Museum is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity.
A free service of Mass Cultural Council.
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