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Arts Etobicoke Call for Arts Instructors


Arts Etobicoke is looking for diverse arts instructors with practices in visual arts, music, and performing arts. Arts Etobicoke offers free educational arts programs in a variety of media, techniques, and theory, as well as professional development. Programs take many forms, including multi-week courses, weekend or single-day workshops, open studios, one-off artist talks, and after-school youth programs.

Arts supplies are provided, and specialized equipment is limited. Classes are held in the Storefront Gallery at Arts Etobicoke, located at 4893A Dundas St. West, just west of Islington Ave.

Instructors must provide a clear vulnerable sector records check, and are responsible for designing and executing programs with the assistance of the Arts Etobicoke programming staff.

Seeking instructors for:

After-School Workshops - Weekly 2-hour class for kids ages 6 - 9 and ages 10 - 14 on Wednesdays and Thursdays for up to 10 consecutive weeks.
Saturday Art Class - A series of 4 or 5 consecutive classes for kids, youth or adults. Classes are 2 - 3 hours in length and take place on Saturdays.
Workshops - 2-hour workshop for kids, youth or adults. Workshops take place on Wednesday evenings and Saturdays.
Artist Professional Development Workshops and Talks - 1- 2 hour workshop or talk for artists on Wednesday evenings.
 

To Apply

Please include:

  • A description of the topics, techniques and/or projects you would like to offer including a breakdown of how the content will develop. Please include the age group you’d prefer teaching and your prefered program structure (multi-week Saturday Art courses, single-day workshops, or after-school programs) (500 words max)
  • A current CV (including any teaching experience)
  • An Artist Bio (250 words max)
  • A link to your website and/or examples of your work
  • 1 - 2 professional references

Please send applications to Wendy Rading at wendy@artsetobicoke.com by July 30th, 2018 to be considered for the 2018/19 program season.
 

 

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