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OPEN HOUSE, potential volunteers and art instructors

Open House

The Arts Center hosts an open house on Sunday, February 3, 2019, for potential volunteers and art instructors. Enjoy some light refreshments and learn about The Arts Center and what these tasks involve.

Volunteers

Are you interested in volunteering? The Arts Center is always in need of volunteers. If it fits in your schedule to donate time, let us know. There are many areas that need extra hands. Below are some of the options.  Help with fundraisers, events, classes, concerts and more. Volunteer Page is here

Art Instructors:

The Arts Center is seeking professional instructors to teach art to students of various ages. Instructors who focus on non-traditional practices are also encouraged to apply. Applicants should be familiar with contemporary trends in arts education, and previous teaching experience is helpful, but not required. Applicants should be capable to manage a small classroom setting, communicate effectively and enjoy instructing art. 

Requirements: An understanding and appreciation of Art. Ability to work with the desired age level. Bachelors degree preferred, but not required. Some of us have obtained our skills through life long dedication to a medium, even with out professional training. Current Resume on File. Access to internet/email to keep consistent communication. Ability to attend art ed meetings. Primary Responsibilities: Preparing Lessons for art class. Guiding students through projects in class. Incorporating education with the elements of art and principles of design. Building rapport with students, families and co workers. Ability to work independently in the studio classroom. Meet deadlines for proposals. Flexible. Creative!!!

The ARTS Program: The Arts Center is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that offers nearly 100 classes, workshops, and lectures annually in the visual, performing, literary and culinary arts for children, teens, and adults at every skill level, from beginner to experienced. The approach is a multidisciplinary and includes classes in pottery, drawing, painting, cooking, fiber arts, traditional crafts as well as private music lessons. With professional and qualified arts instructors students receive classes in a small setting where they create and grow in their environment.