UCAL Teaching Artist – Painting & Watercolor

UCAL Teaching Artist – Painting & Watercolor

This Deadline Expired: Sunday, October 10, 2021

Pay Type: Hourly
Job Status: Part Time
Minimum Salary/Hourly Rate: 25.00
Maximum Salary/Hourly Rate: 30.00

Adult Arts Education program

The University City Arts League (UCAL) is a historic arts nonprofit in West Philadelphia founded in 1967. Since then, UCAL has been dedicated to the mission of providing education and cultural enrichment in the arts. The Adult Arts Education program is one that serves the local community by providing accessible and supportive arts classes to its adult community which includes college students, recent graduates, West Philadelphia families and parents, the elderly and many others.

Responsibilities
• Teaching staff are expected to provide a project and supply list for each upcoming session.
• Teaching staff are responsible for keeping track of their supplies and notifying the programming manager to refresh low supplies.
• Develop a supportive and positive classroom environment for students of all backgrounds to feel secure and creative in.
Compensation
Teaching Artists are paid a minimum of $25 hourly for their 2 or 3 hour Adult classes. Teaching artists will receive staff benefits and can register for an adult class at 75% off, and will have access to UCAL’s studio space outside of teaching hours provided the room is not in use and the teaching artist brings their own art supplies.
Education Level:
BFA in Studio Art or Art Education preferred but experience is required

To Apply
Please send cover letter and résumé to:
Jeremy Sims
Program Manager
jobs@ucartsleague.org

Learn more about University City Arts League on their website.

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