- BRIC is hiring Teaching Artists for contemporary art in a range of disciplines
- VOICE Charter School is looking for an Art Teacher as well as Teaching Artists
- The Long Island Museum is hiring an Assistant Director of Education and a Public Programs Coordinator
- The Children’s Museum of the Arts is seeking a Development Manager
- The South Street Seaport Museum is hiring an Education Program Manager
- Armed Services Arts Partnership is seeking a National Program Manager
- Soundview Academy for Culture and Scholarship is hiring a licensed Visual Art Teacher
- The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is seeking Teaching Artists in Visual Art
ProjectArt, a local art program providing free visual art classes to children in libraries across all five boroughs is looking for teachers who can instruct in the Bronx, Jamaica Queens, and East Brooklyn. Classes start in October and they are looking to hire teachers to instruct an hour of class each week over the course of 30 weeks during the 2016-2017 year. If interested contact Grace McDonald: Grace@ProjectaArt.org or (214)695-1338.
- Workshop opportunity next week: Teaching artist to facilitate a workshop for NYC metropolitan area teens on Wednesday August 17th 10am-12:30pm in Soho for 10-15 high school students of color with varying degrees of art training will be in attendance. Because the workshop is not being held at an actual art studio, we are somewhat limited as to the experience that can be offered (carpeted floors and no running water). We also want to be mindful of providing students with a rich experience that can be enjoyed across the learning spectrum (beginner to advanced).
Responsibilities: Create and forward lesson plan for a dynamic and engaging workshop 1 week in advance. Provide list of materials that need to be purchased and any technology requirements 1 week in advance. Deliver workshop. Provide feedback about experience no later than 7 days after the workshop. Stipend: $350 payable by check. To apply, email Emma Wilcox: email@example.com
- Art and Resistance Through Education (ARTE) is seeking interns for Fall 2016
- Apply for NYCMER’s paid internship: The New York City Museum Educators Roundtable (NYCMER), a forum for museum education professionals to address issues of museum and educational interest through workshops, seminars, and conferences, seeks an intern for the 2016-2017 programming season. This position is a fantastic networking opportunity for anyone looking to enter the field of museum education. The successful applicant will work closely with professionals representing museums of various disciplines throughout NYC and the surrounding region, participate in discussions related to the field, and help NYCMER continue to provide thoughtful and engaging professional development opportunities to local museum educators. The NYCMER intern works with NYCMER Board members and takes an active role in assisting with special projects including research, writing, and administrative support for a strategic planning process; participates in NYCMER Board meetings; contributes to monthly programs; and works closely with the Vice President of NYCMER on the planning and organization of the 2017 NYCMER Annual Conference. The intern attends NYCMER Board meetings 1 evening per month, Conference Committee meetings 1 evening per month, and all monthly NYCMER programs. Applicants should have some background in museum education (academic or professional) and be interested in pursuing a career in museum education. The successful candidate is self-motivated; has superior communication and organizational skills; can both take direction and work independently; has the ability to work collaboratively with members of the NYCMER Board, NYCMER members and partnering organizations, and to conduct such relationships in a professional manner. Time commitment is September 2016 – January 2017, with potential to continue through May 2017. Weekly hours will vary, evening availability is required. A stipend of $1000 per semester is available for this position. To apply, please submit a resume, letter of interest, and two references by Sunday, August 21st to: firstname.lastname@example.org, Kira Lacks, NYCMER Vice President. Please include “NYCMER Internship” in the email subject line.