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Teaching Opportunities Available
Posted: Feb 12, 2020
If you are an artist looking for additional income opportunity or an art teacher looking for space on the Southside of Indianapolis to teach, the Southside Art League has multiple studio spaces available for teaching opportunities. Teaching is a great way to have a more stable income. We all know that it’s hard to predict how many paintings we will sell each month. That can make paying bills a challenge, to say the least. While it’s important as artists to build a decent savings for those dry periods, you can also help yourself out by teaching others to paint or draw. Teaching is also a great way to learn and advance your own artwork from teaching others.
You will have a lot of freedom in how you run your class, the medium, the age group and what you charge. They will provide a great space for art classes and help promoting your class to our membership and the community.
They will supply:
Classroom with All Utilities, Heat/AC, Dehumidifier
Tables and Chairs
Clean Up Sink & Bathroom
Help with Promotion of Class
On Site Art Gallery
The cost to the Art Teacher:
All teachers must be Southside Art League Members
25% of your fees from the class.
Background check for teachers of children’s classes.
If interested, email Duane King at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ignition Arts Seeks Fabricator
Posted: Sep 23, 2020
Ignition Arts is hiring! Ideal candidates will be:
Experience in fabricating large scale elements and other creative projects.
An all around team player, with a positive attitude and enthusiasm for learning new skills
Ideal candidate will have experience with automotive, industrial, and/or specialty coating applications
Metal fabrication experience
Experience using standard shop tools
Familiarity with standard shop and tool safety protocols
Highly effective communication skills
Able to work independently as well as with a team
Experienced with automotive, industrial, and/or specialty coating applications
Experience working in a creative fabrication environment
Background in art, architecture, or design
Ability to work from 3D models and/or familiarity with Rhino
This position is full-time hourly, in-person in their studio in Indianapolis. Standard work hours are 8am to 4:30pm M-F, with overtime, weekend & evening hours, and occasional travel expected as projects/deadlines necessitate. If you are interested, please send your CV, references, and a portfolio of images that demonstrate your level of experience with the above listed skills to Brian McCutcheon email@example.com.
Part-Time Art Therapy Program Assistant
Posted: Jul 22, 2020
Responsibilities of the Program Assistant
Primary responsibility is to support research courses T630 and T631, development of new graduate research manuals, attend course meetings, support student research needs, grade and evaluate student work- 70%
Support faculty course needs (assist with library searches, research related activities, and course related materials)- 15%
Support recruitment efforts and graduate interview process-5% of time
Support grant writing opportunities- 5%
Collaborate with external organizations on special projects (e.g., FIX exhibit)-5%
Shift Available (Part-Time, 10-29 hours per week) $20-$25/hour
Master’s degree in Art Therapy from an accredited school.
Some experience working within the Art Therapy field.
Experience in office systems with specific skills in MS Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
Successful candidate will have experience directly related to position responsibilities.
Position is open until filled. Please send resumes and cover letters to Laura Kernodle at firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title in the subject line of the email.
Part-Time Art Therapy Internship Coordinator
Posted: Jul 22, 2020
Responsibilities of Internship Coordinator Position
Organization of 1st and 2nd year internships, identify placements, conduct supervisor trainings, audit supervisor credentials-10%
Manage internships, affiliation agreements, compensation of supervisors, and student files-10%
Develop new internship placements based on student interests.- 5%
Provide on-site supervision for community partners without licensed art therapist (2nd year only)- 50%
Coordinate midterm and end of semester meetings with all students and supervisors to assess progress; design and implement professional improvement plans as needed.- 10%
Work with the Director to redesign assessment tools & manual for supervision.- 10%
Collaborate with the group supervision faculty regarding student progress.- 5%
Shift Available (Part-time, 12-29 hours per week) $35-$50/hour
Master’s degree in Art Therapy from an accredited school; ATR-BC and LMHC
Some experience working within the Art Therapy field or as a student intern.
Experience in office systems with specific skills in MS Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients and other employees of the organization.
Local travel will be required.
Position is open until filled. Please send resumes and cover letters to Laura Kernodle at email@example.com with the job title as the subject line of the email.
Herron High School Seeks Art Teacher
Posted: Aug 04, 2020
Art Teacher- New Opportunity!
Date Posted: Friday, July 31, 2020
Date Close: Saturday, October 31, 2020
Category: Arts and Music
Employment Type: Full Time
Corp Name: Herron Charter
School: Herron High School
Level: High School
Herron High School, a nationally recognized, college-preparatory charter school with a classical and liberal arts mission, is currently seeking a full time Art teacher. Interested applicants should have an ability to teach students performing at multiple levels.
The flagship campus, Herron High School, is an award-winning, nationally recognized, college-preparatory public charter school with a classical and liberal arts mission. They opened their second campus,Riverside High School, in the fall of 2017. Riverside High School replicates HHS curriculum and culture. Their growing network is now known as Indianapolis Classical Schools.
Currently seeking an Art teacher. Interested applicants should have an ability to teach students performing at multiple levels.
Teachers at Indianapolis Classical Schools:
Embrace the classical, liberal arts mission.
Commit to high academic and behavioral expectations.
Focus on effective instruction in every classroom.
Engage in a collaborative environment.
Differentiate for a diverse culture and abilities.
Demonstrate passion for and expertise in content area.
Plan instruction that is results-oriented and research-based.
Exhibit relentless dedication to the academic success of every student.
Engage in continual professional reflection.
Bachelor’s degree/current Indiana teaching license
Or Masters withinthe content area
Must be comfortable teaching all high school grade levels
Contact Information Name:
110 E. 16th St
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Application Instructions Please submit a resume directly to Amber Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be in contact if the Head of School wishes to proceed with an interview.
Art Demonstration & Sales Opportunity (PAID)
Posted: Sep 23, 2020
VISIT THE WEBSITE LINK FOR THE FULL ARTIST CALL OUT AND SUBMISSION DETAILS.
Fishers Arts Council is bringing back their Small Business Saturday and Winter Wonderland events from 2018 and 2019 thanks to a grant they received this year. The purpose of these events is to provide artistic demonstrations to the public so that they can learn about and create their own visual art. By showcasing the Artists’ talents while they demonstrate/perform their skills, they hope this inspires community members to create their own art and experiment in various mediums. FAC is looking for Artists/Artisans who work in all mediums and genres, including, but not limited to, woodworking, glassblowing, printmaking, quilting, weaving, stained glass, painting in various mediums, drawing, pottery/ceramics, metalsmith/jewelry, and small-scale sculpting. The most important aspect is that the artist’s medium must be able to be demonstrated, in some fashion, while indoors at an 8’ table (or in the same relative space).
EVENT DATES: November 28, 2020 1pm-6pm & December 5, 2020 3pm-8pm
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: By 3:00PM EST on Friday, October 2, 2020
ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible to submit for this opportunity, artists must:
Be able to meet all of the project requirements (see below)
Be age 16 or over
Be willing to meet all contractual obligations
Be willing follow Fishers Arts Council’s COVID-19 guidelines during the entire event
THIS PROJECT WILL REQUIRE:
Artist’s medium must be able to be demonstrated live at City Hall in the space provided
Artist must interact, engage, and communicate clearly with the patrons while demonstrating
Artist must create a one-page sheet explaining their craft and how they create for those who cannot hear (printing will be provided by Fishers Arts Council)
The medium must be able to be tactile (in some way) for those who have a visual impairment
Artists will be permitted to sell their works during the event, however the focus must be on demonstration and interaction with the public. Each artist will be paid $100 for their demonstration, which equates to $20 per hour for five (5) hours during the event. Fishers Arts Council shall take no commission for any works sold during these specific events.
This timeline represents the project as it now appears. Changes may be necessary as the project progresses:
Release Request for Qualifications: September 3, 2020
Deadline for Submissions: 3:00PM EST on Friday, October 2, 2020
Notification of Selection: on/by Friday, October 9, 2020
Submission of ADA Materials: on/by Monday, October 26, 2020
Event Dates: November 28, 2020 and December 5, 2020
Arts for Lawrence Seeks Communications Manager
Posted: Sep 10, 2020
1. Please send resume with cover letter and three references to Judy Byron email@example.com
2. Communications Manager, Part-time (minimum 20 hrs) or Full time
3. Arts for Lawrence seeks Communications Manager to join our growing team creating an arts destination at Fort Ben. The Communications Manager will oversee social media, digital and email news as well as print material to promote various arts programs and events.
4. Arts for Lawrence (AFL) is a nonprofit organization that connects arts and community to inspire everyone every day. Founded in 2006, AFL emerged as a response to the need for improving the cultural environment in Lawrence Township, Indianapolis. Located in the historic Theater at the Fort since 2015, AFL will open the new Fort Ben Cultural Campus in 2021, a new innovative cultural destination and public park. AFL fosters programming in visual arts, performing arts, and literary arts to reach underserved audiences, improve the local economy, and provide a sense of place for our diverse community members.
5. Position Duties:
Undertake daily tasks on social media platforms
Oversee website content and updates
Prepare and deliver promotional material for print and digital
Write newsletter items & press releases
Assist in the organizing of promotional events and traditional or digital campaigns and attend them to facilitate their success
Support marketing committee in organizing various projects
6. Position Qualifications:
Good understanding of office management and marketing principles
Demonstrable ability to multi-task and adhere to deadlines
Well-organized with a community-oriented approach
Good knowledge of market research techniques and databases
Excellent knowledge of MS Office, various social media platforms, and WordPress website management. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud a strong advantage.
Excellent communication and people skills
BS in Communications, Marketing, Informatics or relevant field is a strong advantage
7. Resumes will be accepted through October 5. 2021
8. Part-time hourly $15/hr. or full time salaried $32-34k annually. No benefits. Flexible schedule some evening and weekends.
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