Floyd art center seeks instructors to design classes for 2013 schedule
In an effort to maximize classes offered and increase teaching opportunities, the Jacksonville Center for the Arts is seeking arts instructors to design classes for the 2013 Jacksonville Center for the Arts class schedule.
This is an opportunity for artists to design their own class and teach students about something that inspires them. Proposals should include a detailed description of the class: title, length, classroom needs, supply costs, pictures of artwork, samples of proposed class (if applicable) and other pertinent information. New teachers are required to include a short biography and resume. All types of art mediums welcome. Deadline for submission is Dec. 1. Instructors of accepted class proposals will be contacted shortly after deadline.
The Jacksonville Center for the Arts seeks to cultivate and sustain creative culture in an intimate environment, where instructors and students can co-create community as well as individual growth. Through a variety of workshops, in-school programs and creativity events, the center facilitates educational experiences that renew, invigorate and inspire the creative spirit. The center was Virginia’s first Residential Crafts School, opening its initial classes in 2005.
Proposals should be emailed to Leia Thompson Wood, the director of educational programming, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Submitted by Brandi Gray, The Jacksonville Center for the Arts
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