Darlington Arts Center is seeking qualified Teaching Artists for instruction in Cello, Wind Instruments, and Drama for Summer 2021 and Academic Year 21-22

The Cello Teaching Artist and Winds (Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone) Teaching Artists would be responsible for providing onsite in-person instruction, and virtual instruction as needed, 1 afternoon/evening a week.

To apply: Please send a resume and cover letter by email to Eric Thompson, Executive Director at eric@darlingtonarts.org.

Darlington Arts Center is seeking a part-time Community Engagement Manager 

This new position will be responsible in furthering our mission of building community by providing Every Art for Everyone by establishing, implementing, and growing our partnerships with organizations, businesses, and local government within our community reach.  

The position is designed for up to 20 hours a week, working mostly afternoons and some weekends for special events and gatherings at the center.  Among other possibilities, the Community Engagement Manager will be responsible for the following: 

  • Strategizing a plan to build stronger ties with local school districts
  • Building and implementing partnerships with senior communities for Creative Aging programs
  • Creating and implementing special events for our community, both on and offsite
  • Researching avenues to grow partnerships with regional organizations and local business community
  • Working with Program Manager to lead implementation of Coffee House and Summer Concert Series
  • Assisting with Development needs for Outreach Programs and Creative Aging
  • Assisting with other administrative tasks as needed

The ideal candidate for the Community Engagement Manager should have experience working in a nonprofit and cultural arts setting, possess the ability to self-motivate but also work well with a team,  have excellent verbal and written skills with an ability to communicate effectively with various constituents, and should exhibit a strong work ethic with demonstrated analytical and problem solving abilities. 

Interested candidates may send their CV and Cover Letter to Eric Thompson, Executive Director, by emailing eric@darlingtonarts.org

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 Eric Thompson, Executive Director at eric@darlingtonarts.org.