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Music, Art, Dance and Drama Teaching Positions:
Darlington Arts Center accepts resumes from potential teaching artists and keeps them on file for future openings. As an independent contractor, the teacher would conduct all private lessons, classes and workshops on site at the Darlington Arts Center. Teaching hours are typically after-school, evening &/or Saturdays, but could be daytime as well. Instructors at Darlington are required to have appropriate clearances in line with child protection legislation. At least one degree in the field you are teaching is required; experienced teachers preferred.
To apply: Please send a resume and cover letter by email to Susan Nicodemus Quinn, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Arts Camp Interns
Darlington Arts Center is seeking interns to assist with Summer Arts Camp 2013. Interns are needed within each of Darlington’s four arts disciplines: art, music, dance and drama. These interns will work directly with a Teaching Artist, assisting with set-up and clean-up, helping students with their projects and activities while gaining valuable classroom experience.
Applicants should be available from 8:30 am – 3:30pm, although actual hours worked will depend on camp enrollment. Applicants may apply for any or all weeks, but must be available for the entire week for which they request. A high school diploma is required, and applicants should be pursuing a degree in arts education or any of the four arts practiced at Darlington. Interns must have a good attitude, work well with children, and be able to work comfortably with a professional Teaching Artist. Applicants will be required to complete a criminal record check.
Internships are unpaid; contact us regarding college credit.
To apply: Please send a cover letter, specifying the days, times and weeks you are available, and resume to Susan Nicodemus Quinn, Executive Director at email@example.com.
Ceramics Work Study
The Darlington Arts Center is seeking an individual for a temporary Ceramics Work Study. This person would work a maximum of four hours per week, for three months, in exchange for unlimited access to the ceramics studio during available Open Studio hours (mostly daytime and weekends). Duties would vary, including: loading/firing/unloading kilns, organizing finished work, painting kiln shelves, making test-tiles, mixing glazes, cleaning, occasional research, and other tasks that arise.
Applicants should have at least three years of experience in a ceramics studio or school, and have experience with firing kilns and mixing glazes. Applicants need to be able to lift 50 lbs, and be comfortable working with minimal supervision. Work exchange covers open studio fees, but not materials. Schedule is flexible.
To apply: Please contact Laura Westmoreland at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-358-3632 x121.