Employment and Internships
Director of Artward Bound at Massachusetts College of Art and Design
MassArt is currently hiring for the Director of the Artward Bound. Here is a link to the job description:
The Artward Bound program works to prepare Boston high school students - from populations traditionally underrepresented at schools of art and design - academically and artistically for acceptance to and success in an art college or other post-secondary institution. Through the school year and a six-week summer component, Artward Bound students participate in a range of art programs, receive academic support and participate in college preparation and career development workshops, and personal growth activities.
In addition to being a wonderful place to work, MassArt is the *only*publicly supported freestanding college of visual arts in the country. Artward Bound is core to the college's commitment to increasing access to the arts for young people who live and go to school in Boston.
Cincinnati Art Museum – Position Description
Position: Assistant Director for Interpretive Programming
Reports to: Director of Learning & Interpretation
Date: August 2013
The Assistant Director for Interpretive Programming oversees the Department of Interpretive Programming in the Division of Learning & Interpretation and has two major areas of responsibility: the development, implementation, and evaluation of all interpretive programming for the public of all ages in the pursuit of lifelong learning through the exploration of art in the Art Museum; in collaboration with the Director of Learning & Interpretation the development, implementation, and evaluation of interpretive methods and tools for special exhibitions and the installations of the Art Museum’s permanent collection. This position works cooperatively with other Art Museum colleagues and the community to develop interpretive programming. This position is considered the Art Museum’s key staff member for expertise related to current theories and practices in interpretive programming.
Art Education Supervisors Wanted:
We are looking to expand our pool of art education supervisors for our
undergraduate student teachers.
This is a part time adjunct position and varies regarding the number of
students out in the field each semester.
For more information contact: Dr Simone Alter Muri Director of Art
Education Springfield College, Springfield, MA
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 413 -748-3752
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School - Positions for the 2013-2014 School Year:
Architecture, Industrial Design & Basic Engineering Instructor
(Experience in a design and/or shop environment and knowledge of CAD, 3D printing, and model-making a plus)
Drawing, Painting and Portfolio Instructor
(Additional experience in fashion design and/or printmaking a plus)
Applicants must be certified in the field they are teaching. Interested applicants should forward their letter of interest, résumé, proof of certification, and credentials to:
Office of the Superintendent of Schools
4 Pine Street
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
Professional applications available from our website at: http://www.mvyps.org or call 508-693-2009
Deadline: May 10, 2013
Art Department Head for the Masconomet Regional School District in Topsfield, MA
We are looking for an enthusiastic, intelligent and articulate leader to build on the department’s current strengths while navigating its course into the future. We hope that you will consider the opportunity to investigate this position further. For more information about the application process please contact Ms. Olga Langlois, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, via email at email@example.com.
To learn more about our program and to view examples of student work please visit our department website at: http://masconomet.org/art/.
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Full-Time Faculty - Print + Paper and Graphic Arts
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA) is conducting a search for a regular, full-time faculty position in Print + Paper and Graphic Arts to begin September 2013. We seek educators who have a strong grounding in theoretical, historical and practical aspects of art making. Our faculty work across disciplinary boundaries; these appointments will be made as interdisciplinary positions rather than specific programs. SMFA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. The School is an interdisciplinary institution where faculty engage with students working in a variety of media, often where media work in combination with one other. We offer studio courses in diploma, undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs.
SMFA has a strong tradition in assisting students to work across media and disciplines. Candidates should have the ability to facilitate students' research and production across both art and academic fields of study. Faculty members participate in curriculum design, course development, and interdisciplinary projects. Preferred candidates should have the ability to teach introductory through advanced level courses and to develop both cross-media courses and seminars.
We are seeking an artist well versed in a wide range of print media that may include documented work in new modes of printmaking, graphic design, books, zines, street graphics, public interventions, activist graphics, and/or sculptural applications. The ideal candidate will be able to teach a combination of several of the following print media and graphic applications: intaglio, relief, screen printing, letter press, digital, non toxic, experimental, design applications, text and/or digital graphics. Expertise in lithography and typography are highly desirable but not essential.
Computer Arts Instructor – Worcester Art Museum
The Worcester Art Museum is looking for a computer arts instructor to teach adult classes. Candidate should be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite 4 and 5 and webpage design. Please send cover letter, art samples and resume to
OF ARTS AND CRAFTS at Camp Tel Noar, Hampstead NH:
us June 18-August 15, 2013, for Summer Memories to Last a Lifetime!
Cohen Camps, sponsors of Camps Pembroke(MA), Tel Noar(NH), and Tevya(NH)
celebrating over 65 years ago as non-profit, Jewish cultural camps for children
ages 8- 15, welcome qualified candidates for Head of Arts and Crafts at Camp
Tel Noar, Hampstead, New Hampshire. www.camptelnoar.org.
This position oversees, supervises, and coordinates the arts & crafts staff
and program including all arts & crafts electives and bunk activities
periods; opens and closes arts & crafts department including inventory reports,
purchase requests, and repair logs. Some pre-camp preparation is required.
Qualifications:1-3 years in a leadership role as Assistant Head of
Arts & Crafts or Head of Arts & Crafts at a day or residential camp,
experience supervising, leading and organizing an arts & crafts program
including skills to organize an age appropriate and project-based arts &
crafts activities program. Bachelor degree preferred. Candidates with majors in
education, art education, applied art, or recreation encouraged to apply.
offer competitive compensation, room and board, worker’s compensation
coverage. Visit www.camptelnoar.org to learn about Camp Tel Noar, and to
complete our online staff application. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or our Staff Recruiter at 800.375.8444 with questions.
Program Director for the Visual Arts
Boston Public Schools is seeking a Program Director for the Visual Arts to provide district-wide leadership and support to schools for visual and media arts. Duties include - but are not limited to - curriculum and instruction support (e.g., observing and assisting teachers), resource management (e.g., funding for district-wide outreach events), festivals and student performances, and other duties (e.g., representing the District at community meetings and national conferences). Apply online at www.bostonpublicschools.org/apply-jobs, for job # 343251. Direct questions to Myran Parker-Brass at 617.635.6769 or email@example.com.
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Early Childhood Integrated Arts (music and art)teacher wanted
Prospect Hill Academy Charter School is a highly successful, urban K-12 public school with the mission of preparing each student for success in college, fostering responsible citizenship, and inspiring a lifelong love of learning.
At Prospect Hill Academy, the prevailing belief is that with hard work, effective effort, perseverance through adversity, committed teachers, and invested parents, all students are capable of academic, intellectual, social, and moral excellence. Fueling this conviction are eight core values that guide the daily life and culture of the school--(1) High Expectations for All; (2) Collaboration; (3) Cultural Proficiency; (4) Balance; (5) Inquiry; (6) Equity; (7) Accountability; and (8) Personalization
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Southern New Hampshire University
Southern New Hampshire University is seeking adjuncts to teach Humanities courses in our Manchester and Salem, NH centers. Interested candidates who have a Master’s degree in Art History are encouraged to apply through our website:of Visual & Performing Arts at www.snhu.edu/822.asp
FAS 201 - Introduction to Humanities I
This course offers vocabulary, understanding and appreciation of the visual arts in their cultural contexts in history, religion, literature, music and ideas. It focuses on the achievements of ancient Greece and Rome, the medieval period and the Renaissance while also exploring related issues in non-European cultures.
FAS 202 - Introduction to Humanities II
This course offers vocabulary, understanding and appreciation of the visual arts in their cultural contexts in history, religion, literature, music and ideas. It focuses on the cultural periods of the Baroque, the Enlightenment, Romanticism and Early Modernism while also exploring related issues in non-European cultures.
FAS 342 - Modernism
This course will examine the development of painting and sculpture in Europe from the 1880s through 1945 in relation to its social, cultural, and political contexts. An incredibly rich period for the visual arts, the Modernist movement stands alone in its dazzling array of visual styles, its passionate and at times tumultuous involvement with politics and social concerns, and its international scope.
Springfield Public Schools, MA
Half-time Middle School Visual Art Teaching
Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachusetts, is currently accepting applications and scheduling interviews for a half-time middle school visual art teaching position at the STEM Middle Academy. STEM Middle has a diverse student population of approximately 250 students. Qualified candidates must have state certification and exhibit strong visual art content knowledge, a passion for working with urban students, solid classroom management abilities, and excellent interpersonal skills. Interested candidates should make their resume available on School Spring and email a resume directly to Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org
Urbano - Jamacia Plain, MA
The Program Manager, who reports to the Artistic Director, oversees the day-to-day management of Urbano's three major projects: Artists' Projects, Young Curators Program, and School-Based Programs. This oversight incorporates program management, program evaluation, and promotion of external collaborations and partnerships.
The successful candidate will present a commitment to youth and to the use of art as a tool for social justice, combined with the ability to lead Urbano's collaborative, cross-disciplinary programs.
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Volunteer Position at MFA
Art Teacher for 21st Century After School Program (ARMS CONNECT)
Located at Athol-Royalston Middle School, 1062 Pleasant Street, Athol, MA 01331. One day per week, preferably Tuesday, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. Salary up to $30.00 per hour commensurate with experience. Must have experience working with children, preferably 10 - 15 year olds in some kind of classroom context. Must be able to integrate math and/or language arts concepts into a project based learning curriculum. Contact Michele Cunningham via e-mail at email@example.com
Include letter of intent, resume, and at least 2 references.
Part Time Art Teacher - Dracut Public Schools
Dracut Public Schools is seeking a certified art teacher for a .4 high school teaching position. The position includes teaching Intro to Studio Art as well as Drawing and Painting. Please submit a cover letter, resume, transcripts, license and three copies of recent reference to: Dr. Stacy L. Scott, Superintendent of Schools. Application materials may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 978-957-2682.
Art Teaching Positions:
Job Description: Anticipated Art Teacher Opening: 2010-2011
Art Teacher (0.6), grades K-3
Marlborough Public Schools
Contact: Julie Baker
K-12 Visual Arts Coordinator
Arsenal Center for the Arts InternshipPositions:
Arsenal Center for the Arts is looking for a dependable, organized and motivated individual to intern at our growing Art Center. The Arsenal Center is located in Watertown MA and is the home of the New Repertory Theatre, Watertown Children?s Theatre and the Quilters? Connection. The Arsenal also has numerous fine art exhibitions and offers classes and workshops in the arts to both children and adults. This position is for an unpaid internship and offers college and graduate course credit. The duration of the commitment will be nine weeks (to be determined per candidate) during the summer months. The ideal candidate would be a college student interested in the arts with background in child care and education or a student who is interested in learning how workshops and programs at a non-profit arts organization is administered through the direction of the program director.
Internship Description. pdf
Arsenal Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal Street
Watertown, MA 02472
Arts and Crafts Director- Camp Danbee, Hinsdale , MA
Company Overview:,Camp Danbee is a traditional 7 week residential summer camp for girls between the ages of 6 - 15. Danbee is all about SPIRIT! Enthusiasm and energy thread their way through everything we do at camp. Danbee's goal is to provide girls with a summer experience filled with moments of self-discovery and spirited activity. Instilled with the tradition of warmth, caring and companionship, Danbee is a place where summer relationships are born and lifelong friendships develop. "The Spirit is Catching" at Danbee and it informs all we do at camp. The choices are plentiful, the instruction is top-notch and the fun is guaranteed! Danbee is located on spring-fed Lake Ashmere in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts . Our extensive facilities include 2 heated swimming pools, an equestrian center, 11 all-weather tennis courts, 4 Malibu competition ski boats, gymnastics center, state-of-the-art dance studio, creative arts studios and multi-purpose athletic fields.
Job Description: Director will supervise a staff of 5-7. Develop and direct lessons for a comprehensive Arts and Crafts program. Classes include painting, sketching, jewelry, camp crafts, and tie-dye and organizing trips to local art museums as well as preparing for an art competition with a neighboring camp. Competitive Salary, Room/Board, Travel Allowance. Season runs from mid-June through mid-August, 2010.
Requirements/Qualifications: Arts and Crafts Director will have experience working with kids, supervising staff and ordering supplies.
How to apply:Apply online at www.campdanbee.com Questions? Contact: Mark at 1-800-392-3752 or email@example.com.
Art Instructor - Maine Arts Camp, Unity, Maine. Salary for the summer season will vary from $3500 - $5000, including room and board, depending on experience teaching and at camp. For further information, contact Rick Mades, camp director, at 561-865-4330 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maine Arts Camp, www.maineartscamp.com, is an overnight camp for children ages 8-15. We are located on the campus of Unity College, www.unity.edu , in Unity, Maine. Our camp season for staff runs from July 1 - August 10, 2010. We are looking for 2-3 experienced art teachers, preferably with experience teaching art at the middle or high school level.
Our activities include:
The Arts: painting/drawing, still life painting, portraiture, pottery, fabric arts, printmaking, sculpture, metal jewelry, beading, enameling, stained glass, vintage fashion design, mask making and more!
Theater: short scenes, acting classes, improvisation, chorus
Dance: hip hop, tap, ballet, modern, choreography
Technology: digital photography, videography, robotics, rocketry
Special Interests: culinary arts, woodworking, chess, environmental ed, gardening
Individual Sports: tennis, biking, kayaking/canoeing, yoga, fitness, martial arts, archery, ultimate frisbee
If you are looking to live and work with children in a small community, geared for bright and creative kids, feel free to fill out a staff application at www.maineartscamp.com
The Worcester Art Museum
The Worcester Art Museum seeks independent contractors as instructors to teach in our Adult and Youth Art Education program. Our educational philosophy places value on the process of creating art and combines looking at authentic art objects in the Museum galleries with hands-on art-making experiences in the Museum art studios. Youth instructors need experience preparing and leading lessons for youth ages 3–17 are asked to send a resume and letter of interest to Manager of Youth and Family Class Programs, Worcester Art Museum, 55 Salisbury Street, MA 01609. Visit the education section of www.worcesterart.org to download the current class brochure that contains information on our youth program.
LECTURER POSITION - GRAPHIC DESIGN - FALL 2009 SEMESTER
ASSUMPTION COLLEGE, WORCESTER, MA
Instructor to teach 1 section of Graphic Design I. Meets on Friday mornings once a week, starting this fall. Search open until position filled. Applicants must be willing to contribute actively to the mission of the College as well as show respect for the Catholic and Assumptionist identity of Assumption College. Assumption College is a Catholic liberal arts and professional studies college, was founded in 1904 by its sponsoring religious community, the Augustinians of the Assumption. Assumption College is part of the Colleges of Worcester Consortium and an Affirmative Action employer encouraging candidates who would enrich the college's diversity.
Qualifications: MFA in Graphic Design, teaching experience preferred.
Please send cover letter, CV, 2 letters of references, CD with 20 images of design work in 300 dpi jpeg format to:
Prof. Michelle Graveline
Art, Music, & Theatre Department
500 Salisbury St.
Worcester, MA 01609
ART 115 Graphic Design I
This course will offer an introduction to visual design, and
multimedia graphic design. Students will be introduced to the
elements and principles of design as well as critical analysis and
visual problem solving skills. The interrelationship between
visual and verbal communication will be explored along with
the study of typography. The computer application Adobe
Photoshop will be used as a tool for design in this course.
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