There are currently no permanent employment opportunities. When openings arise, they will be posted here and on the Work In Culture Job Board.
Throughout the year Open Studio has many volunteer and work opportunities made available. We’re always growing and looking for more ways to expand our community. We can also host academic internships facilitated through accredited institutions. Please fill out the following questionnaire and we’ll get in touch with you as soon as possible.
WORK EXCHANGE OPPORTUNITIES
There are currently no work exchange opportunities, however please consider volunteering for Open Studio as this is a great way to learn about possible exchange openings.
CALL FOR PRINT INSTRUCTORS
Open Studio’s education committee accepts applications on an ongoing basis from artists who wish to teach at Open Studio. Applicants are encouraged to apply for one of our 8-week classes in lithography, etching, or water-based screenprinting. Classes run on Monday and Tuesday evenings from 6:30-9:30 pm and are offered three times a year beginning in early October, February and May. In addition to our 8-week courses we also accept proposals for a variety of printmaking workshops. Workshops run on weekends and consist of 10-14 hours of instruction. Depending on the amount of student preparation, workshops can be held on a Saturday and Sunday of one weekend or can be spread over two weekends.
The rate of pay is $30.00 per hour. Please visit our education page to review programs.
Instructors will prepare a written course outline, design and implement a curriculum in the appropriate medium, provide printmaking instruction to students and act as a technical resource during our eight week and workshop programs. Instructors are responsible for ensuring safe and appropriate use of the studio and equipment, familiarizing students with the safe handling and use of materials and tools, etc. Instructors are also responsible for, and will supervise, cleanup of the studio following classes. Other responsibilities may be assigned as necessary.
- Be a practicing artist and/or have proven expertise in the appropriate printmaking media
- Be familiar with studio equipment, use and printmaking health and safety procedures
- Have previous teaching experience or proven excellence in communication and interpersonal skills appropriate for teaching
How to Apply:
We are currently accepting proposals for Fall 2015 with courses starting in October, Winter 2016 with courses starting in January and Spring/Summer with courses starting in April 2016. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter indicating past teaching experience* and resume to email@example.com with the following subject line: “Call for Instructors 2015-2016.” We’re grateful for all applications, but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
*Please note that we can connect you with past instructors if you require assistance in creating a course curriculum. Please make sure to indicate which print areas you are interested in teaching.