Painting with a Twist — Indianapolis/Avon is looking for energetic, fun artists with teaching experience to work in a creative and exciting environment. They are a FUN, BYOB innovative painting instruction business.
ARTIST: Must be able to guide classes of up to 50 people to paint an acrylic painting in two to three hours. This is no ordinary art class – we are all about teaching people how much fun painting can be. Their classes are an art party, and you are the host! You need to be a people person and have the ability to teach others how to paint in a fun manner. Some training is available but you must have the confidence to talk to many people.
Painting with a Twist is the largest employer of artists outside of the school system. They value staff and their abilities. PWAT is also the first and the largest paint and sip franchise, giving them a strong foundation and many years of experience. This position will include 1-3 evening/ weekend classes per week. A non-compete agreement is required. Artists teach from copyrighted artwork supplied by PWAT. You will not be required to create original art for classes.
Please go to their website http://www.paintingwithatwist.com/indianapolis to familiarize yourself with their business and the type of art you will be expected to teach.
Please send resume with samples of your work and availability to firstname.lastname@example.org.
They will be accepting applications through March 31, 2017.
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