Listings for visual arts-related employment opportunities in the Philadelphia region

  • Holiday Display Installers – Seasonal

    Holiday Display Installer (Seasonal) (Sharon Hill, PA)

    Hoffman Design Group’s purpose is to leave people and their environments in a better place than we found them. We are currently seeking reliable and enthusiastic individuals to help out for the holiday season. Come be part of The Show! Part time or full time positions available.

    Holiday Display Installer: Installation and staging of holiday displays on client sites, takedown of holiday displays, loading and unloading of trucks.

    • Seasonal (October 2016 – January 2017)
    • Varied hours (weekdays, weekends, days, nights)
    • Valid driver’s license preferred with clean driving record
    • Ability to lift up to 50#
    • Ability to climb ladders
    • Ability to drive 15’-24’ box trucks (no special license required)
    • Willing to undergo drug screening if requested

    Email resume to Daniel Minnucci at dminnucci@hoffmandesigngroup.com.

    Location: Sharon Hill, PA

    Compensation: starting at $12 per hour

    Listing Expires: 10/31/2016

  • Holiday Display Crew Chiefs – Seasonal

    Holiday Display Installation Crew Chief (Seasonal) (Sharon Hill, PA)

    Hoffman Design Group’s purpose is to leave people and their environments in a better place than we found them. We are currently seeking reliable, enthusiastic, flexible individual to lead holiday décor installation crews for the holiday season. Come be part of The Show! The position is a full-time seasonal position starting at the end of October and ending in January 2017.

    The Holiday Display Installation Crew Chief oversees the loading, unloading, installation, and takedown of holiday décor for new and existing holiday goods. Assistance in the supervision of installation/takedown crews is necessary.

    Qualifications include:

    • Ability to work varied hours (weekdays, weekends, days, nights)
    • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs
    • Valid driver’s license with clean driving record
    • Ability to climb ladders
    • Ability to drive 15’-24’ box trucks (no special license required)
    • Willing to undergo drug screening if requested

    Email resume to Daniel Minnucci at dminnucci@hoffmandesigngroup.com.

    Location: Sharon Hill, PA

    Compensation: $16-$18 per hour

    Listing Expires: 10/31/2016

  • Position Available

    Deadline: November 10, 2016

    Start date: January 2017


    The Wassaic Project seeks candidates for a full time position for an External Affairs Marketing Officer to join a creative proactive team of professionals in their office in Wassaic, NY, to extend awareness and understanding of our work locally, regionally and nationally to build audiences and secure additional interest and funding.


    The Wassaic Project is a contemporary arts organization that uses art and arts education to foster positive social change, build local pride, and nurture partnerships between artists and our community.

    We integrate art into rural life and community development through education, residencies, exhibitions, and performances as we create a sustainable future together with our community.

    More information here.

    Listing Expires: 11/10/16

  • Sewing Instructor- Part Time, Evenings

    Sewing Instructor- Part Time, Evenings

    Philly Art Center is seeking an experienced seamstress to teach weekly adult sewing
    classes in the evenings! The ideal candidate will have the following
    – Well versed in advanced garment production
    – Must enjoy sharing expertise with students and guiding them through
    the learning process.
    – Great communication skills
    – Great problem solving skills
    – Relatability to students a must
    – Fashion forward for range of ages between 20s-40s and Pinterest savvy

    Please send resume/letter of interest to: INFO@PHILLYARTCENTER.COM
    We look forward to hearing from all potential candidates!

  • Fleisher Art Memorial: Exhibition Assistant

    Title: Exhibition Assistant
    Position Classification: Special Project, Up to 24 hours a WeekWage Classification: Non-Exempt
    Reports to: Exhibitions Manager/Program Director
    Pay: $15/Hour

    The Fleisher Art Memorial is the nation’s oldest tuition-free community art school. Today, Fleisher offers over 70 classes and workshops for adults per term, operates a year-round exhibits program including the prestigious Wind Challenge Exhibition Series, and provides art instruction to young people in Philadelphia’s public schools through its Community Partnership in the Arts programs well as through its renowned Saturday Young Artists’ program. For more information, visit www.fleisher.org.

    Art education and community engagement are at the core of Fleisher‘s long-term goals. The Exhibitions Assistant works under the supervision of the Exhibitions Manager and the Director of Programs and with the programs team to craft, execute, and manage Fleisher’s robust exhibitions calendar, with specific focus on its new BYOP initiative. The project is an extension of Fleisher’s audience building work in the area’s increasingly diverse neighborhoods. BYOP is envisioned as a way to put Fleisher’s spaces, resources, and expertise in the hands of community members as a means to honor, preserve, and promote cultural life in immigrant-rich neighborhoods. An integral member of this project, it is highly desirable for the Exhibition Assistant to be bi-lingual and bi-culturally competent.

    The Exhibition Assistant will serve as advocate for the community and the involved artists while simultaneously promoting the welfare of Fleisher. With guidance from the Exhibitions Manager, you will work closely with all the other Fleisher departments.

    The Fleisher team consists of a group of people committed to excellence. We all cherish our place as a vanguard arts education institution in Philadelphia that also serves as a model across the country. You will have the support of your colleagues who are artists, educators, and administrators. Each is committed to Fleisher’s mission and participates honestly and openly to continually improve our programming, operations and image. Fleisher is a learning institution encouraging its staff members to develop professionally. Fleisher employees receive free admission to the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA); and access to the PMA library and PMA staff-only educational and professional development opportunities.


    Generate and distribute calendar-related documents for exhibitions programming: collect and send minutes, schedule meetings, coordinate the usage of space for each group and assist on event planning logistics.

    *Handle ongoing project-related administrative duties for BYOP’s workshops, resident artist needs and vendor payments as well as material invoicing.
    *Keep track and record of room setups and A/V requests, and. Communicate room setup changes to facilities staff, and coordinate between facilities staff, partners and resident artists of exhibitions programming as needed.
    *With the Exhibitions Manager, organize and conduct exhibitions related evaluations.
    *Maintain accurate and current filing systems related to the project.
    *Field general inquiries about BYOP and redirect specific questions, and coordinate 
communication with the Exhibitions Manager and partners as needed. Explain the 
BYOProject to visitors, students, and evaluators.
    * Collect and organize images, recordings, text and other exhibition-related material and 
provide to Communications Director and Grants Manager in timely manner.
    *Assist with exhibitions installation and gallery spaces preparation.
    *Assist the Exhibitions Manager with exhibition jurying processes.
    *Assist the Exhibitions Manager to install labels, lettering, and interpretive signage to be 
used within exhibition spaces.  *Manage registration paperwork, and handling required to properly display, loan, sell, 
and/or transport artwork.
    *Carry out other such duties as may be assigned or requested.

    *Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience.
    *Must have some availability on Saturdays and evenings.
    *Minimum two years of experience with proven track record in administrative support 
and/or program coordination in a non-profit organization and volunteer management.
    *Bilingual and able to read, write and speak (Spanish or Vietnamese.)
    *Community engagement experience a plus.

    *Superb writing and verbal skills.
    *Strong administrative skills.
    *Must be literate in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
    *Basic knowledge of digital camera and Photoshop or Illustrator.
    *Must be culturally competent, flexible, and committed to working as part of a team.
    *Audio/Visual recording/editing experience a plus.
    *Translation experience a plus.


    *Ability to communicate thoughtfully and clearly with audiences of diverse ages, backgrounds, and ethnicities.
    *  Understanding of program development and community engagement

    Confident and capable in managing time and activities deliberately and efficiently; ability to work independently in a professional, self-directed manner under pressure.

    *8 Strong sense of accountability with a “can-do” attitude.
    *Minor lifting and bending (lifting/moving of no more than 50 pounds.)
    *Feel comfortable working on ladders or high structures.
    *Ability to sit up to seven hours.
    *Valid PA driver’s license. 
To Apply: 
If this description seems like a good match for your personality, skills, and career goals please send us a cover letter, resume, and two references by email only to
jobs@fleisher.org. Subject line: Exhibitions Assistant. No phone calls please. Applications for this position will be accepted until the position is filled.

  • After School Art Program Teacher

    Portside is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced art teacher who will instruct our 2016/17 After School Art Program. Portside’s After School Art Program (ASAP) will be held from September 7th – June 16th, Monday through Friday 2:00-6:00pm. The Portside’s After School Arts Program introduces children to the fundamentals of arts education through a hands-on visual arts curriculum. Portside is looking for a dedicated teacher who is organized and goes above and beyond to give our students the best instruction possible. All applicants must have experience teaching PrK-1st grades (4-7 years old.)

    A great candidate will:

    • have a love for art & teaching children
    • be very organized & responsible
    • be a happy easygoing person
    • be great at multi-tasking
    • have excellent classroom management skills
    • experience creating visual arts curriculum
    • be a team player
    • be professional
    • build and maintain positive relationships with parents


    • Must have k-12 Arts Certification or at least 2 years of teaching art in a classroom setting.
    • Must provide two recent references
    • Must have or obtain a criminal background check and a child abuse clearance.

    ASAP Daily Schedule:

    • 2:00 Teachers arrive/ set up
    • 3:00 Students arrive/ Snack / Homework
    • 4:00 Visual art project
    • 5:30 Teacher clean up. Children Free play: blocks, puzzles & legos
    • 6:00 Parents pick up

    Curriculum Information: 
    Teachers are responsible for creating their own visual art curriculum. Some projects must include the following:

    • 21st century skills
    • exploration
    • processed based learning
    • artist exemplar / art history

    Portside’s ASAP aims to awaken inner creativity, develop 21st century skills as well as build self-esteem and confidence. Teachers will be asked to create curriculum that allows students to experience many different art forms such as; drawing, painting, printmaking, clay sculpture, mosaic, fiber arts, puppetry, found object sculpture and more. We encourage teachers to show examples of artists work allowing students to develop an appreciation for artists, art history and other cultures.

    ASAP Teacher Responsibilities :

    • Leading children in one-hour art project each day (projects can be multi-day)
    • Assist children with homework
    • Get our children’s snack / help clean up snack
    • Creating your own curriculum
    • Providing parents with updates on their child’s progress through Class Dojo App
    •  Walking the children to a local playground on Friday’s
    • Setting up and cleaning up classroom
    • Prep classroom for following day
    • Arriving on time
    • Directing assistant teacher, interns and jr. counselors.
    • Providing feed back for assistant teachers

    Pay is $17/ hour

    To Apply: Please click this link for more information about this opportunity and for the application.

  • University of the Arts: The Teaching Artist Certificate Program

    Deadline: September 20, 2016

    The Teaching Artist Certificate is an unprecedented online program inclusive of all the arts: visual, performing, literary, media and crafts. Recognizing the role of the artist as a vital component of PreK-12 educational reform, the program was designed by the University of the Arts and the Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.

    The University of the Arts was the first degree-granting institution in the country to offer a Teaching Artist Certificate program. This research-based certificate program will build the knowledge and capacity of artists to work alongside teachers and arts specialists in PreK-12 classrooms and community settings to create and implement best practices residency programs that support learning in and through the arts. The Teaching Artist Certificate has a special application process.

    Application deadline September 20 by 5 PM. Download the Teaching Artist Certificate Application
    Download the Teaching Artist Certificate Info Sheet including course dates, tuition and orientation details.
    Bringing your art to others is an art in itself. You can perfect that art with us.


  • Job Opportunity: The 3D Print Lab Studio Technician

    The 3D Print Lab Studio Technician will work as part of the Art and Design studio staff to manage the making facilities Arcadia’s University’s Digital Fabrication Lab. This position will help oversee all shop activities within the digital fabrication studio to ensure safe operations of equipment and tools, guiding students in the digital fabrication related skills and techniques. Duties include but not limited to: supervising student staff, maintenance repair and operation of shop equipment such as the CNC, laser cutters and 3D printers, work with faculty and students to achieve pedagogy needs, oversee safety of students and all users within the studios, and aid in management of material inventory and supplies. The studio technician will foster a positive learning environment through patience, excellent communication skills and expertise in making techniques related to digital fabrication.


    Arcadia’s College of Arts and Sciences offers programs in science, technology, and math; humanities; visual and performing arts; communications; and historical and political studies. These programs prepare students for careers that contribute to a global society and allow students to exhibit, perform, and publish on campus through a variety of campus media outlets, including an art gallery, a literary magazine, and an online journal.


    Arcadia University is a top-ranked private university in Greater Philadelphia and promises a distinctly global, integrative, and personal learning experience that prepares students to contribute and lead in a diverse and dynamic world. A national leader in study abroad and international education, Arcadia has been named #1 in undergraduate study abroad participation by the Institute of International Education’s Open Doors Report for the past six years. Approximately 3,900 students attend Arcadia, and the University’s 2,500 undergraduate students choose from more than 65 fields of study.


    For additional information and to apply, please visit: https://careers-arcadia.icims.com/jobs/ and submit a cover letter, resume and names and phone numbers of three professional references.


    Application review will begin immediately. Posting will be removed from the website once we’ve established a sufficient talent pool for consideration.


    Arcadia University seeks candidates of diverse cultural backgrounds and abilities. Arcadia University encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply. All offers of employment are conditional based on successful completion of a background check.



    Essential Functions


    •  Maintain all equipment, supervise equipment use, track and compile all material usage for charge backs, maintain inventory of supplies


    Marginal Functions

    • Assist students/faculty with all aspects of equipment use and answer questions regarding software.


    Received: Associate Professor, Visual & Performing Arts
    Given: work study students


    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Working knowledge of Rhino5 3D Software
    • Working knowledge of a variety of 3D printers:
      • Stratasys Uprint, 3D Systems Projet, TAZ5, Form2
      • Epilogue Laser Engraver
      • CNC Mill


    Minimum Qualifications:

    • BFA or similar experience working in 3D Digital Fabrication Lab

  • In-House Graphic Designer Job Opportunity at Philly Art Center!

    Here is a brief description of the ideal candidate:
    – creative, motivated, organized team member
    – ability to tackle a variety of tasks related to design and photography
    in support of the overall promotion and visual identity of the business
    – BFA in Graphic Design
    -Proficient in all Adobe Creative Cloud applications for both digital
    and print design
    -Working knowledge of WordPress, MailChimp and Trello
    -Experience with window display design preferred
    -Strong organizational skills and ability to simultaneously handle
    multiple projects and priorities
    -Photography background preferred

    Key Responsibilities:
    – Create email newsletters in MailChimp
    – Design and maintain website using WordPress, including custom
    registration forms
    – Create a variety of print and digital collateral including flyers,
    banners, signage, postcards, posters, brochures, invitations, coupons,
    print ads, digital ads, and others as needed
    – Draft sketches and create finished window displays
    – Shoot and edit photos of classes, camps, events, etc. and optimize for
    use in print and digital media including blog posts, press releases,
    e-blasts, social media, website, and other collateral as needed

    Hours per week: 20-25 with potential for full-time work.
    For consideration, please email cover letter, resume, and a link to your

  • Assistant Professor of Instruction in Painting – Non-Tenure Track Appointment – Tyler School of Art

    The Painting, Drawing and Sculpture Department of Tyler School of Art, Temple University, invites applications for a Non Tenure-Track Appointment position in Painting and Drawing. We seek an artist with a broad knowledge of historical and contemporary art practices, as well as a thorough understanding of technical, critical, and theoretical issues of the media. We expect a candidate to have a developed painting practice, professional accomplishments, and a demonstrated commitment to teaching. 

    The Department’s faculty is diverse in interest and in teaching methods and active professionally. It is our intention to find an individual who will expand this academic diversity and career excellence while having the capability to work closely with others. The faculty is dedicated to research, teaching excellence, and its mission to serve a diverse population. The successful candidate will be expected to teach at all levels of our BFA undergraduate program, MFA graduate program, Foundation Drawing, and BA Visual Studies. Applicants should have a broad range of technical, intellectual and cross-disciplinary skills, with wide ranging conceptual and creative interests. Classes will be mostly studio-based with some seminars focusing on theory and professional practice. The teaching load is 4/4 courses per year with flexibility in terms of administrative duties with the possibility of a course release related to duties connected to directing the Summer Painting and Sculpture Intensive. 

    In addition to teaching, the position includes serving as the Director of the Painting Department’s Summer Painting and Sculpture Intensive. Duties include organizing and managing all aspects of the program including, planning a full calendar of visiting artists, seminar leaders, field trips and an exhibition to take place throughout program in June and July each summer. The Director plans this programming throughout the academic year and then teaches in the program 5 days per week throughout the course of the program. The Director is also responsible for all administrative duties of the program including maintaining the programs budget, coordinating housing, processing all admissions and placing all advertising among other duties as they arise. Previous administrative experience is required. 

    RANK: Assistant Professor of Instruction

    SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must have a MFA or equivalent foreign qualifications, a strong exhibition record, demonstrated potential for teaching excellence, and an ability to communicate and work effectively with students, faculty, and administrators. The successful candidate will also have significant administrative experience related to all areas of curriculum, program and budget management. 

    Applicants should submit the following: 

    • A letter of application outlining previous teaching and administrative experience 
    • Signed and dated curriculum vitae 
    • Statement of teaching philosophy 
    • Three names, email addresses and phone numbers of references 
    • Documentation of recent work- 20 images https://temple.slideroom.com/ 


    Applications are due July 15, 2016 and will be reviewed as received. Please indicate as well if you are available for on-campus or Skype interviews. 

    Please send your packet to:

    Mark Shetabi
    Department of Painting, Drawing and Sculpture
    Temple University
    2001 North 13th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122

  • Arts Camp and Teen Internships

    The Village of Arts and Humanities is excited to share our Summer 2016 application for
    Creative Impact Studios! Creative Impact Studios is our arts education, advocacy and leadership program offered free to youth in grades 3-12. Slots are limited, so please apply soon!

    For students in grades 3-8: 

    July 5 – August 12
    Grades 3-5 / M-F 9 AM-1PM
    Grades 6-8 / M-F 9AM-3PM


    Class Offerings: Hip Hop Dance; Music Production + Songwriting; Fashion Design; Urban Agriculture + Sustainability; Photography; Graphic Design
    Apply here

    For students in grades 9-12 interested in Arts + Advocacy for Social Impact:

    July 5 – August 12
    M-F 1PM-4PM

    Summer Honorarium: $250

    Focus Areas Include: Music Production + Songwriting; Fashion Design + Runway; Photography; Urban Farming + Cooking; Graphic Design
    Apply here

  • Editorial Internship Opening

    The InLiquid Internship Program will offer the experience of working in a nonprofit arts organization. Internships are designed primarily for undergraduate and graduate students, although open to anyone with a strong desire and commitment. We offer internships in three areas including Editorial, Membership and Exhibitions, and Development and Events. Interns will work closely with InLiquid staff and will be involved with regular activities as well as special projects as needed.
    Internships are non-paid positions; academic credit may be received depending on the intern’s college program.

    The Editorial Assistant Intern will work under the supervision of the External Communications Coordinator. S/He will assist with updating and creating pages on current gallery/museum exhibitions; researching art news, activities, and events for web site and monthly newsletter; and assistance with publicity and press release distribution. Students will be exposed to, and integrally involved in, many facets of a nonprofit visual arts organization. The students will have a unique opportunity to gain expertise in web publication, both on the design end and the editorial end, and will develop an in-depth, insider’s knowledge of a large and vibrant visual arts community. The ideal candidate will be web-savvy and have a strong interest in contemporary visual arts or art history, have strong writing skills, a keen eye for detail, and a willingness to learn. Experience in Dreamweaver, Photoshop, WordPress, and/or basic HTML is a plus, but not essential.

    Duration of Internship:
    Hours and length of internships will vary according to the needs of the specific job as outlined below. Occasional hours in the evening or weekend may be required. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, but internships might not be granted until the following semester. This position involves a 3 to 6 month commitment, 12 – 16 hours a week. Hours and days of week are flexible.

    Responsibilities may include:
    •  Publish items from our event listings email to the website
    •  Organize said event listings within newsletters and mailers
    •  Assist with live coverage of upcoming events (tweeting, curating news, etc.)
    •  Generate and research content (photos, videos, graphics, stories, etc.) for our Social Media Associate to share on InLiquid’s social sites
    •  Help maintain and expand InLiquid’s social presence on multiple platforms
    •  Assist in maintaining the organization of the online shop
    •  Upload and fact-check artwork descriptions to the online shop
    •  Art handling; physically organize the office’s prints, artworks, etc. as needed
    •  Assist with data-entry of demographics info, artworks within our holdings management system, and other general info as needed
    •  Other duties as assigned

    •  Working towards or recently graduated with a BA in Journalism, English, Art History or a related field, or a BFA in an area of the Arts with a special interest in arts writing
    •  Experience and/or background in Blogging, Academic Writing, and Article Writing (specifically about visual art strongly preferred)
    •  Strong communication skills; advanced grammar and writing skills
    •  Very strong attention to detail in all areas
    •  Organized, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments and meet deadlines.
    •  Creative, flexible, self-starter who also works well within a team; takes direction well – and with a positive attitude
    •  Maintain a regular schedule, be punctual, and work effectively in a professional manner
    •  Familiarity with social networking sites, primarily Facebook, Twitter, and Hootsuite; generally computer savvy
    •  Ability to comfortably interact with InLiquid members and guests is necessary

    To Apply:
    Please send a resume, cover letter, 2 references, and a short writing sample (250-500 words) to Dawn Kramlich at Dawn@inliquid.org with the subject line “Editorial Internship”; or mail to: Editorial Internship, Attn: Dawn Kramlich, InLiquid, 1400 N. American Street, Studio 314, Philadelphia, PA 19122.

  • Employment Opportunity at Mural Arts! Spanish Bilingual Project Coordinator

    The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is a public private partnership dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. We create art with others to transform places, individuals, communities and institutions. Through this work, we establish new standards of excellence in the practice of public and contemporary art. Our process empowers artists to be change agents, stimulates dialogue about critical issues, and builds bridges of connection and understanding. Our work is created in service of a larger movement that values equity, fairness and progress across all of society. We listen with empathetic ears to understand the aspirations of our partners and participants. And through beautiful collaborative art, we provide people with the inspiration and tools to seize their own future.

    Annually, Mural Arts engages more than 25,000 people. This includes more than 2,000 who enroll in ongoing art and muralism workshops offered by our Art Education, Restorative Justice, and Porch Light programs; more than 8,000 who co-create our stunning works of public art; and more than 15,000 who tour our multi-neighborhood collection. Annually, we produce between 80 and 100 temporary and permanent pieces, which together tell an incredible story of Philadelphia’s beauty and resilience.

    Description: The Mural Arts Program is seeking one part time bilingual (Spanish/English) Project Coordinator to work on an upcoming participatory public art project with the artist, Jon Rubin and curator/project manager, Theresa Rose. The project, entitled, 9th Street Stock Exchange, is quite literally a stock exchange. Ten businesses along the historic South 9th Street Market Curb Market, also known as the Italian Market, will sell each other’s goods for one week at a time, rotating items over the course of nine weeks. Each store will have the opportunity to display and sell items from each of the participating businesses. The 9th Street Stock Exchange creates a small alternative economic and social eco-system that loosens the singular identity of the individual markets and produces new and unexpected relationships between cultures and goods.  The 9th Street Stock Exchange will run from October 5th through December 14th, 2016.


    ●       Report directly to the project Curator/Manager and Artist

    ●       Communicate project information and details with Spanish-speaking business owners

    ●       Develop connections with Spanish-speaking business owners/ storekeepers to ensure participation and manage expectations

    ●       From October through December- each Wednesday of the week, collect and reimburse sale income

    ●       Each Wednesday, assist with the de-installation and re-installation of the items for sale

    ●       Be available for communication and translation on an ongoing basis

    ●       Provide written communication for the project as needed

    ●       Assist with public programming correspondence with each event


    ●       Must speak and write proficiently in both English and Spanish.

    ●       Be flexible with the specific hours and needs of the project including weekends

    ●       Must be out-going and able to effectively interact with people of all dispositions in a pleasant, confident manner

    ●       Self-motivated, organized and able to communicate information in a simple, easy-to understand fashion

    ●       Highly organized and able to handle multiple tasks with ease and be a team player

    ●       Significant walking and standing required


    ●       Knowledge of socially engaged art

    ●       Experience in a sales environment

    ●       Carpentry, building, or installing skills

    ●       Live near the 9th Street Market

    Schedule: Qualified candidate will begin immediately with about 15 hours a month from June- September.  Schedule will increase to around 24 hours a week from October- December 2016.

    ●       Begin immediately with translation and general correspondence for the project

    ●       Full day on Wednesdays from October through December, 8 hour days

    ●       An additional 2 hour/ day T, TH, F, S, from Oct 5- Dec 13

    ●       Be flexible with the hours needed and scheduling of the project

    ●       June through September= 60 hours

    ●       October through December= 120 hours

    ●       Public Programs additional= 20 hours

    ●       Total hours= 200


    Compensation: ($15/hour)


    Please provide a cover letter with resume by 6/24/16 to Theresa.Rose@muralarts.orgFor further information on the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, please visit www.muralarts.org.

  • Art Teaching and Art Consulting Internship in Tianjin, China

    Job Description:

    Beneath the Tree International is looking for a motivated, dynamic, and enthusiastic art teacher/consultant to teach Chinese students in an art preparatory school in Tianjin, China.

    The interns will mainly teach high school, recent high school graduates, and college students who plan to go to Western art and design universities (mainly US, Canadian, and UK art colleges).

    Interns are given freedom and are encouraged to explore and develop individual teaching styles. Support and professional development is provided to improve skills and provide ideas for the classroom.

    In the high school and college-prep classes, interns will work with Chinese art teachers to help Chinese students develop strong creative admission portfolios. The main subjects to be taught are (but not limited to): Studio Art, Art Vocabulary, Critique & Presentation. Additionally, the interns selected will review and evaluate portfolios of potential students, as well as help plan student exhibitions. All courses will focus on developing the critical and creative skills that are necessary for entrance into western art and design universities.

    All classes will be taught in English and require students to write about their work so that they become accustomed to hearing and using art terminology, as well as thinking through and conceptualizing ideas that are important to creating, writing and speaking about art. The main objective is to prepare ambitious and creative portfolios to meet the expectations of western art and design universities.

    Working hours are 40 hours per week (teaching hours are approximately 24 – 30 hours per week). Interns are also responsible for some administrative and light design work, such as helping students with personal statement essays, uploading documents for college application websites and promotional  activities, such as art/college/ high school lectures, curating student exhibitions, and portfolio consultation and evaluation.

    This is a great program for recent graduates who want to gain substantial art teaching experience, work with a team, and learn school management. Interns can also expand their artist network and exhibition resumes while in China, working with Chinese contemporary artists such as Ren Han. Interns experience living abroad with a 12 month contract.

    *In addition, while the majority of the classes will be for high school and post-graduate students, interns may also teach kindergarten or elementary school classes on occasion. For these classes, Interns will make lesson plans that include creating with various media, such as masks, leather, paper pulp, paper, clay, etc. to develop and improve children’s creativity.


    -12 month art teaching internship
    -Competitive monthly stipend/Starting CNY4,000 (approx. US$620), plus additional bonus based on students you teach. Stipend increases depending on art teaching experience.
    -Free housing or housing compensation
    -Flight allowance:CNY6,000 (approx. US$975) Company will pay up to CNY6,000 (approx.US$975) reimbursement of your round-trip airfare AFTER completion of 12 month contract.
    -2 Weeks Paid Vacation and Chine National Holidays
    -Visa Application Assistance
    -Free 24/7 English Phone Support
    -Free Airport Pickup
    -Free Cell Phone or SIM card
    -Commuting Fee (if required)

    Interns are responsible for:

    -Health insurance during stay in China
    -Health/physical exam

    Living Cost in Tianjin, China:

    The cost of living in Tianjin, China is very inexpensive when compared to the US. For example, the typical college grad salary in Tianjin, China is CNY2000 ($320) – CNY3000 ($480). A bowl of noodles is CNY8 ($1.28), bottled water is 1.5 CNY (24 cents), and single bus fair is CNY2 (32 cents.)

    Competitive monthly stipend / Starting CNY4,000 (approx. US$620).

    Qualifications/Other Job Requirements​:

    -Native English speaker.
    -Graduated from Western art and design college or university.
    -MFA degree or other related Master’s degree in art and design.
    -Art teaching experience.
    -Understand portfolio requirements of western art colleges, and guide/help Chinese students establish attractive/creative portfolio.
    -Have interest in Chinese culture.
    -Have an ability to display cultural sensitivity.
    -Have good communication skills.
    -Must be responsible, mature, and flexible.
    -Have no police record.
    -Candidates who have experience working in an office & classroom environment will be favorably considered.
    Chinese language ability is NOT required.

    Application Process/How to Apply/Application Requirements

    Applicants are required to submit the following documents to info@beneaththetreeintl.com.

    -Statement of Purpose
    -Current portfolio
    -Examples of lesson plans
    -Two references or letters of reference

    Company Description:

    Beneath the Tree International, Inc. provides teaching internship/full-time opportunities to prestigious schools in China. By offering a 9-12 month contract, students and young professionals can immerse themselves in a culture and language, enhance their resumes, make international connections, and experience living abroad. We are currently working on internship opportunities in art and design fields in China.





  • Web Designer (FT and PT Opps)

    A Center City Philadelphia based company is seeking an energetic and resourceful individual to provide web design assistance. The web designer needs to be available during business hours Monday through Friday and should be experienced with HTML, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
    • Deliver requested web design changes in html, jpg, css, png, etc.
    • Discuss and deliver web designs, web pages, and requested changes to the team.
    • Assist with launch and testing of web designs and related changes.
    • Consult with team on additional projects.
    • Contribute ideas and content for marketing and messaging.
    • Minimum 3-4 years experience with HTML, CSS, image work (PSD, GIF, JPG, PNG).
    • Javascript skills a plus
    • Degree in digital marketing, design, or related field a plus
    • Experience with consumer-facing for-profit websites and e-learning is a plus.
    • Copywriting and editing skills a plus
    Interested parties can email their resume to my attention at ruth@peopleshareworks.com

  • Environmental Art/Public Relations Intern – The Schuylkill Center

    The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, an urban environmental education center in the Roxborough neighborhood of Philadelphia, seeks an intern to support both the Environmental Art Department’s exhibition program and the Center’s marketing and public relations efforts.

    About the Schuylkill Center:
    The Schuylkill Center, the first environmental education center in a large American city, was founded in 1965. With diverse educational programming offered to all ages, preschool through graduate school and beyond, 36,000 people participate in the Center’s programming annually. In addition, the center offers the nation’s most ambitious environmental art program housed in a nature center, opened the state’s first Nature Preschool in September 2013, and runs the only wildlife rehabilitation clinic in a four-county region.

    The Environmental Art Department at the Schuylkill Center provides opportunities to investigate, innovate, and interpret the nature of place. We incite curiosity and spark awareness of the natural environment, through presentations of outdoor and indoor art exhibitions that attract, educate, and inspire. Working collaboratively, we support artistic investigations of our environments and create spaces and opportunities for artists and audiences to creatively engage in ecological issues. Created in 2000, we are the only program and venue devoted entirely to environmental art in the Philadelphia region.

    Visit http://www.schuylkillcenter.org/departments/art/ for more information.

    Internship Description:
    The intern will split his/her time between the Environmental Art and Marketing and Public Relations departments, offering a broad range of exposure and experience to a motivated and engaged student. The intern will gain a keen education in visual arts administration, the field of environmental art, and the power of art to connect people with nature and educate on environmental topics. The intern will concurrently gain experience in nonprofit marketing and communications, including mission-driven communications and graphic design. This is an excellent position to gain foundational office and research skills within a dynamic, unique, and successful not-for-profit organization.

    In the Environmental Art department, the intern will work closely with the Director of Environmental Art on projects related to our ongoing exhibition program and innovative LandLab residency program. In the Public Relations department, the intern will work with our Public Relations Manager on projects related to communications and marketing related to all programs and departments. The intern will work with the Public Relations Manager to create and send weekly newsletters to summer camp families from June through August.

    Internship responsibilities will include assisting with:
    • Exhibition preparation and maintenance in the gallery and on our trails;
    • Exhibition, program, and event planning and research, including investigation of possible themes, artists, topics, audiences, and partnering organizations for future exhibitions and connections to other Schuylkill Center education programs;
    • Promotion of programs and events, through traditional, web-based, social media, and other channels;
    • Some project management;
    • Implementation of the art program’s strategic fundraising plan, including grant research, writing, and reporting;
    • Press communications, including drafting press releases and contacting digital and print media outlets;
    • Design, proof, and distribute communications including posters, fliers, newsletters, calendars, catalogs, and postcards.
    • Written and spoken communication with outside organizations and businesses;

    In addition to day-to-day operations, the intern is invited to participate in and assist with events, many scheduled on evenings and weekends.

    The internship has a flexible start date, ideally in early June 2016. It is part-time (up to 20 hours/week), dates are flexible, and it is tailored to the intern’s schedule, ideally three days/week. Course credit available for an internship of 20 hours/week. Both students and graduates are encouraged to apply. Internships are unpaid.

    A big-picture, creative, and integrative mindset and an ability to work on diverse tasks are critical to this internship. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential; an interest in communications, exhibition programming, environmental art, environmental science, and/or environmental education and an innovative, problem-solving mindset are preferred. Experience in the arts or graphic design is a plus.

    Applicants must be reliable with a positive attitude, collaborative spirit, and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Laptop computer and car strongly preferred. Limited weekend and evening availability is preferred but not required.

    Application Procedure:
    Please send a cover letter of interest, a current resume, and two references with email addresses and phone numbers. Please email to Anna Lehr Mueser (anna@schuylkillcenter.org) and include “2016 summer internship” in the subject line.

    Anna Lehr Mueser, Public Relations Manager

  • Horticultural Plant Maintenance Technician – Hoffman Design Group

    Hoffman Design Group’s purpose is to leave people and their environments in a better place than we found them. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic individual to join our Interior Plant Maintenance team, handling plant maintenance in client offices, lobbies, hotels, restaurants, and more. Our Plant Maintenance Technicians are reimbursed mileage for using their own vehicles to service areas including: center city Philadelphia, surrounding counties, Delaware, and New Jersey.
    The Plant Maintenance Technician should be an expert in the identification and maintenance of all plant and flower varieties utilized by the company or be able to learn this information within a reasonable amount of time, complete all written and verbal communication as required, and maintain a consistently professional appearance and demeanor, according to company standards. Duties include watering, trimming, treating, cleaning, and pruning plants and flowers in client spaces in a safe and non-invasive manner. A high level of self-motivation and accountability is required.
    Qualifications include:
    *Experience preferred
    *Ability to work well under pressure and adapt to changes in the daily schedule
    *Excellent personal skills when interacting with the public, clients, and co-workers
    *Ability to use general computer programs
    *Ability to use computerized hand-held telephone systems with training
    *Must have, or develop in a reasonable amount of time, a consistent ability to
    successfully maintain all interior plants and flowers
    *Minimum high school diploma or the equivalent
    *Must have clean driving record with valid Driver’s License and be in possession of it at
    all times
    *Personal vehicle must be fully insured — mileage will be reimbursed
    *Lift and carry plants, water, and materials up to 40 lbs
    *Push and maneuver any size portable water machine necessary for interior
    *Stand and walk for extended periods of time
    *Sit and/or ride in vehicles for extended periods of time
    *Working in temperatures ranging from warm to cool
    F/T w/ medical benefits and 401k.
    Compensation: $14-$15 per hour depending on experience/qualifications
    Email resume to: careers@hoffmandesigngroup.com

  • Installer – Hoffman Design Group

    Hoffman Design Group’s purpose is to leave people and their environments in a better place than we found them. We do this by bringing horticultural elements into peoples’ spaces and connecting them with nature. We are currently seeking an energetic, highly organized individual to join our team in serving our customers.
    The Installer is responsible for the delivery and installation of our full range of products, including interior and exterior tropical and flowering plants, planters, fresh cut floral designs, event and party decorations, artwork, furniture, and holiday displays. Duties
    also include warehouse organization and upkeep, maintenance of interior and exterior plant material, and driving utility vans and box trucks in center city Philadelphia and the surrounding area.
    *Must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record
    *Ability to work under pressure with a deadline and adapt to changes in the daily
    *Excellent interpersonal skills dealing with customers and the public
    *Ability to follow instructions, both written and verbal
    *Ability to use computer programs, including mobile devices
    F/T w/ medical benefits and 401k.
    Compensation: $15-$17 per hour
    Email resume to: careers@hoffmandesigngroup.com

  • Teaching Artist – Mural Arts Program

    The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program’s Restored Spaces Initiative seeks a Teaching Artist.

    The Restored Spaces Initiative is Mural Arts’ art-based approach to integrating the activities of city agencies, community organizations, and residents to collectively transform schools, recreation centers, and commercial corridors into models for sustainable revitalization.

    In certain areas of Philadelphia, littering and public dumping of trash are recognized as major problems. Where does all of this trash come from? As citizens, what are our rights and responsibilities for managing trash?

    The Teaching Artist will create project-based curricula to guide high school students in exploring city systems and finding answers to these questions. Students will think beyond their classroom to engage in active research, conduct site visits, and interview decision-makers and stakeholders to demystify the various systems through which trash is managed – or not – within the City of Philadelphia. Mural Arts will support this endeavor through our broad network of contacts as well as advise on project development along with Scott Quitel of the LandHealth Institute. Artist-in Residence will then collaborate with students and professionals to produce an innovative and engaging graphic tool to be taken up by neighborhood organizations and advocacy groups for education about litter in South Philadelphia and beyond.
    This is part of a series of projects in South Philadelphia, where Restored Spaces is partnering with a coalition of community members to test art-based interventions which address vital local concerns and reveal, produce, share, and celebrate local knowledge.

    Dates: Application deadline: April 1 (We will be reviewing and interviewing applicants on a rolling basis starting immediately).

    Classes will run throughout the month of May.

    Hours: 3-5 classes per week, 8:00 – 9:30 am.

    • Create work plan or curriculum which outlines goals of weekly classes and workshops.
    • Develop project proposal and participate in the Mural Arts Program’s design review process, incorporating feedback as needed.
    • Make connections with local scientists, policymakers, politicians, and other figures through whom students can work to understand the Philadelphia trash system.
    • Encourage curiosity, inquisitiveness, and discovery in students.
    • Produce final graphic tool (a poster, pamphlet, etc), built on students’ explorations and discoveries, which can be used to demystify the trash system in Philadelphia.
    • Purchase classroom and artist supplies (stipend will be provided).
    • Experience and ability to engage youth and community creatively through art-making;
    • Ability to work comfortably within another teaching artist’s classroom;
    • Significant experience working with under-served youth and/or middle and/or high school students;
    • Ability to engage youth with multiple learning styles and multiple intelligences;
    • Ability to create lesson plans, organize projects, and conduct research;
    • Willingness to work collaboratively and in partnership with parents, program managers, student advocates, and artists;
    • Access to reliable transportation (there will be no stipend for transportation);
    • Background in graphic design a plus;
    • Background in urban planning or policy a plus;
    • Up-to-date PA Child Abuse Report, PA Criminal Background Check, and FBI Check upon interview.
    SALARY $50 an hour

    • Email cover letter, resume, and a work sample with up to five images to restoredspaces@muralarts.org
    • Indicate Restored Spaces Teaching Artist in the subject line.

  • Exhibitions and Administrative Coordinator – Da Vinci Art Alliance

    Exhibitions and Administrative Coordinator
    Da Vinci Art Alliance seeks an organized, nimble and dynamic Exhibitions and Administrative Coordinator to support the daily operations of the organization. This part-time position (20 hours weekly) will be supervised by the Executive Director and will report to Da Vinci Art Alliance’s Board of Directors. This position will cover a wide array of administrative duties with a focus on coordinating monthly exhibitions and general administrative support.

    Essential duties and responsibilities:

    Coordinating all monthly exhibitions (juried, member, open call, rentals). Assisting Exhibition Chair in planning of the daily and yearly exhibition schedule in collaboration with the Executive Director.
    Design and install member’s exhibition in gallery space, with assistance from the Board of Directors and DVAA Members. Maintain gallery and pedestals in good order.
    Create labels and signage for DVAA sponsored exhibitions, as well as exhibition prospectus or entry forms. Coordinate drop off and pick up dates for artworks, gallery sitting, special events.
    Communicate with exhibiting artists or groups to help organize exhibitions and special events for the gallery space.
    Produce DVAA sponsored exhibition receptions and refreshments with help from ED and Board of Directors.
    Assist with promoting and marketing DVAA exhibitions and programs.
    Must attend meetings and work with the Programing and Exhibitions Committee as needed so as to assist them in the coordination and implementation of events and exhibitions taking place at the DVAA.
    General office management – maintaining supplies, establishing systems, responding to inquiries, filling, managing interns, updating calendar, printing and processing membership forms.
    Graphic design for DVAA programs and exhibitions.
    Copyediting and drafting email and social media campaigns.
    Other administrative tasks as assigned by ED.
    Click here for more information.

  • Exhibition Designer – Philadelphia Museum of Art

    The Philadelphia Museum of Art is seeking an experienced Exhibition Designer. The designer will design temporary exhibitions, gallery projects and gallery furnishings for the display of works of art. S/He must demonstrate creativity while working within the museums aesthetic sensibility.

    The candidate should be a self-starter with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. S/He will be an integral part of the exhibition team, and have the ability to carry projects from concept through completion. S/He must have an understanding of conservation issues for works of art and be responsive to budget and time constraints. S/He is expected to manage multiple projects.

    Requirements include a high level of competence with AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop, and the Microsoft Office Suite; as well as model making skills. Two plus years experience in a museum or similar setting desired. An Advanced degree in art, architecture, or art history is a plus.

    To apply, please attach a cover letter and resume to submit with your application.

    Application link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=philadmoa&jobId=81047&lang=en_US&source

    Philadelphia Museum of Art Opportunities Page:

  • Studio Assistant – Downingtown, PA

    Studio Assistant sought for production art jewelry line in Downingtown, PA (www.seaglass.us). You must be artistic, energetic, hardworking and responsible. Ability with pliers is absolutely necessary and stained glass experience is a bonus. There is no soldering, as all jewelry is made with cold connections.

    You must be able to close jump rings, bend wire in loops & coils and have a strong sense of color with attention to details. The position will include making jewelry, processing glass, drilling holes in glass & stones, cleaning the studio and answering phones.

    Guaranteed 32 – 40 hours weekly, with a paid 1/2 hour lunch (8am – 4pm). This position is for immediate placement and pays $10 – 11.00 per hour (based on experience). The Studio is not on a train or bus route, so you need reliable transportation to and from the job. You must bring examples of your jewelry and artistic work to our interview.

    Email resumes with contact information and images of your work for our consideration to elaine@seaglass.us. Text or call (484) 228-1232 with any questions. We will contact you with interview times.

  • Administrative Assistant Position – John Pomp Studios

    One of “Philly’s 100″ fastest growing companies for 2013, 2014 & 2015 is seeking an administrative assistant. We are a luxury handcrafted furniture & lighting co. with a focus on meticulous design. We offer a fast paced, charged, creative environment and are looking for a highly organized and knowledgeable admin with experience. Full time position available immediately.

    Job Responsibilities include:
    Answer/direct incoming calls
    Respond to client inquiries via email and phone
    Take and deliver messages accordingly
    Intake and distribute mail as necessary
    Greet visitors and clients
    Intake and process project orders
    Follow up with clients weekly on projects for approvals or additional information
    Update/maintain an organized record of digital databases
    Organize and maintain sample library, sample returns
    Provide general support to operations manager/creative director

    Coordinate and schedule weekly shipments with various freight carriers (international and domestic) and process detailed shipping documents

    Maintain office supplies
    Follow up with vendors and assist production team with scheduling of deliveries
    Weekly ordering for the production departments
    Research competitive pricing for orders
    Maintain detailed records of vendors and consumables

    Ideal candidate:
    2+ years experience in administrative field
    Meticulous organization skills a must
    Experience with bookkeeping a plus
    Must be computer savvy (preferably mac) and proficient in QuickBooks, Microsoft Word, Excel
    Ability to multi-task, work independently and collaboratively with small team
    Photoshop, Illustrator a plus
    Arts/crafts background a plus
    Creative problem solver
    Positive attitude

    Salary position with benefits commensurate with experience.

    Send application to positions@johnpomp.com.

  • Call for Artists – Art Partners Studio

    Art Partners Studio is ART central in Coatesville! The Studio engages a diverse community of all ages with programs in the heart of the City and across an art network in townships served by the Coatesville Area School District. (www.artpartnersstudio.org)

    A new downtown Studio boasts a media lab with iMacs, cameras, inkjet/laser printers, and Adobe Creative Suite. Two other spaces are set for a variety of visual arts classes from drawing & painting to printmaking (monoprints, silk-screen), airbrush, and interdisciplinary project-based art-learning.

    The Studio is seeking artists to develop a dynamic photography, digital imaging, graphics, and interdisciplinary program for all ages.

    We want to hear from you if your art practice and/or teaching experience is a fit for potential programs:
    • Animation: 2-D, Claymation, stop-motion, 3D with Blender
    • Digital imaging/graphic design with Adobe Creative Suite
    • Green Screen Photo Theatre Techniques with cameras and Photoshop
    • Interdisciplinary Painting/Photography Selfies
    • Light-sensitive photo processes: cyanotype contact prints, Inkodye prints on fabric, pinhole camera
    • Digital Photography: basic 101 to street photography, selfies, large-scale wheat paste murals
    • Smart Phone Photography & Social Media interface

    Immediate positions are available for 8-week winter classes (jan-mar) or spring (apr-jun). Since APS is 45 miles west of Philadelphia, multiple teaching opportunities on any given day are possible to justify distance traveled and time away from your studio. Classes meet once-a-week for anywhere from 1 ½ to 2 ½ hours.

    We are looking for artists who will:
    • Create lesson plans and curricula to generate positive artistic experiences, enthusiasm for learning, and skills building among youth
    • Teach professional artistic practices, techniques, and concepts
    • Demonstrate strong classroom management skills

    • Previous teaching experience with urban youth
    • BFA, MFA, or equivalent arts education degree and/or teaching experience
    • Current Criminal Record Check, PA Child Abuse Clearance, FBI Clearance
    • A car is essential
    Compensation & Scheduling
    • Teaching artists are compensated for classroom time plus extra for prep/cleanup.
    • Compensation will be determined based on experience.
    • Attendance at interim faculty meetings (either before or after a session) is required.

    How to Apply
    For consideration, please send your bio, teaching artist statement, resume, and work samples (or website linking to all information) to artistsearch@artpartnersstudio.org with “APS Photography” followed by last name in the subject line.

    Art Partners Studio is an equal opportunity employer. We seek diversity among our teaching faculty that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve.

  • Art Partners Studio – Employment Opportunity

    Art Partners Studio is ART central in Coatesville! The Studio engages a diverse community of all ages with programs in the heart of the City and across an art network in townships served by the Coatesville Area School District. (www.artpartnersstudio.org)

    A new downtown Studio boasts a media lab with iMacs, cameras, inkjet/laser printers, and Adobe Creative Suite. Two other spaces are set for a variety of visual arts classes from drawing & painting to mixed media, printmaking, airbrush, and interdisciplinary project-based art-learning.

    The Studio is seeking artists with a commitment to, and experience teaching, youth—artists who will help us create a more dynamic youth art program that move from more traditional curricula to:
    • Art Books (pop-up books, comics, graphic stories)
    • Digital Imaging/Graphic Design (basic Adobe Creative Suite for personal/community projects)
    • Drawing & Painting (studio art, cartooning, murals)
    • Interdisciplinary Mash-Ups (morphing the tradition of portraiture to digital age selfies)
    • Movies/Video (story boards, shooting, editing, “green screens”, post-production)
    • Performance (fashion, face painting, body sculpture, pageantry like Nick Cave Soundsuits)
    • Photography (street photos, self portraits like Cindy Sherman, prom photos like Marks)
    • Printmaking (monoprints, digital pattern transfers, stencils, screen printing like WPA posters)
    • Street Art (airbrush tag boards, large-scale wheat paste photo murals, yarn-bombing)
    • Superheroes! (2-D animation, Claymation, stop-motion, 3D animation with Blender)

    If any of these areas resonate for you as an artist and/or teaching artist, let us know. We have positions available for winter and spring sessions, plus summer art camps. We are looking for artists who will:
    • Create lesson plans and curricula to generate positive artistic experiences, enthusiasm for learning, and skills building among youth
    • Teach professional artistic practices, techniques, and concepts
    • Demonstrate strong classroom management skills

    • Previous teaching experience with urban youth
    • BFA, MFA, or equivalent arts education degree and/or teaching experience
    • Up-to-date clearance certificates: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Record Check, FBI Criminal Background Check
    • Car is essential

    Compensation & Scheduling
    • Teaching artists are compensated for classroom time plus extra for prep/cleanup.
    • Compensation will be determined based on experience.
    • Since APS is 45 miles west of Philadelphia, multiple teaching opportunities on any given day are possible to justify distance traveled and time away from your studio.
    • Attendance at interim faculty meetings (either before or after a session) is required.

    How to Apply
    For consideration, please send your bio, teaching artist statement, resume, and work samples (or website linking to all information) to artistsearch@artpartnersstudio.org with Artist Search and your name in the subject line.

    Art Partners Studio is an equal opportunity employer. We seek diversity among our teaching faculty that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve.

  • Director Of Curriculum Position – Manyunk Roxboro Artist Co-op (MRAC)

    Manyunk Roxboro Artist Co-op (www.mrartcenter.org) is seeking a Director Of Curriculum. MRAC is a non-profit arts organization, largely supported through the volunteer efforts of its members. Ideal candidate for this position will be an individual seeking to develop an art teaching and administrative background. This individual could be a practicing artist, or someone interested in the educational side of the arts. The space for development of an art program is available, we need your ideas and energy!
    For more information contact Joe Vescovich – 267.495.6165

  • Direct Support Professional for an Arts Program Supporting People with Autism

    SpArc Services’ Cultural Arts Center (non-profit) is hiring energetic and empathetic artists with an interest in therapeutic art-making and daily living skills training for people with autism.
    The mission of SpArc Services’ Cultural Arts Center is to bring a love and understanding of the arts to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities while connecting them with the world outside their studio. Group outings to cultural venues, collaborations with other artists, and partnerships with like-minded organizations round out a program that focuses on cultivating self-expression and opportunities for community involvement.
    The Cultural Arts Center has recently expanded its programming to address the unique needs of adults with autism. Direct Support Professionals for this expanded program assist in implementing a structured curriculum balancing visual and performing arts education with training in daily living skills and sensory-based activities. Direct Support Professionals also help participants gain greater access to the Philadelphia arts community by assisting them in preparing for exhibitions and performances and assisting the Director in connecting them with other artists or arts organizations. This position requires a background in the visual arts, music, performance, creative writing, and/or dance.
    Brief Job Description:
    1. Create and implement developmentally appropriate activities to educate program participants about the visual and performing arts as well as daily living skills
    2. Assist with the creation and implementation of a structured daily program of activities designed to assist participants in learning daily living skills through the arts
    3. Actively engage participants in the program’s curriculum of art and educational classes and activities, including assisting them in creating a personalized daily schedule each morning
    4. Accompany participants on outings to cultural venues, volunteer locations, and other community-based settings

    5. Support implementation of Individual Support Plans (ISPs) for each program participant. Provide feedback on participants’ progress including recommendations. Participate in program planning and development working closely with Program Specialists and other team members to ensure a well-integrated approach to program participant care.
    6. Plan and provide opportunities for new arts, recreational, and educational experiences with assistance from the program director. Ensure program participants’ transition from activities safely and without incident.
    7. Know and follow Department of Public Welfare (DPW) regulations and agency policy in all areas including confidentiality, attendance, unusual incidents, documentation, abuse, restrictive procedures, and all matters pertaining to medication administration and documentation and medical issues
    These are just some of the responsibilities of the position. To learn more about the organization and position visit our website: www.sparcphilly.org. To see some of the projects and activities in the Cultural Arts Center please visit www.sparcculturalartscenter.blogspot.com
    The starting hourly rate for this position is $10 per hour. Shift hours are between 8:15am and 4:15pm Mondays through Fridays.
    Serious candidates should apply directly by sending your resume and cover letter to hr@arcpddc.org referencing DSP – CULTURAL ARTS.
    This position is a great opportunity for an artist that truly supports the mission of SpArc and wants to make a difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities while discovering how therapeutic art-making positively affects the community SpArc’s programs supports.
    SpArc is an equal opportunity employer.

  • Teaching Artist – Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts

    Types of Programs:
    • Family Programs
    • Hands-On Art Workshops
    • Summer Art Camps
    • Teen Workshops
    • Community Engagement Programs
    • Children’s Art Classes
    • Responsibilities vary depending on the program. They include but are not limited to; curriculum development and implementation, supply purchasing, overseeing volunteers and assistant teachers, set-up and clean up, and maintaining a safe and creative studio environment.
    Minimum Requirements:
    • BA or BFA in Art, Art Education, Art History, or related field (MA/MFA in Studio Art, Art Education preferred)
    Work Experience:
    • Demonstrated experience working with K-12 children
    • Children’s art curriculum development
    • Experience working with diverse audiences
    Skills & Abilities:
    • Comfortable teaching a variety of art mediums
    • Ability to work with students of varying skill levels and ages
    • Creatively engage students with DCCA exhibitions
    • Strength in creating contemporary and progressive art curriculum in line with DCCA mission
    • Ability to provide own transportation to offsite programs
    • Schedule varies dependent on program
    • Daytime and weekend availability required
    • All opportunities are part time and temporary
    Pay Rate: Competitive
    Application Requirements:
    • Resume that indicates teaching experience, cover letter, examples of own studio work, student work, and/or art curricula
    • SEND APPLICATION MATERIALS TO: sware@thedcca.org