The purpose of this position is to support education programs focusing on arts integration, well-being, and building community. The position manages studio projects and trains museum studio assistants to lead post-tour lessons for K12 students and develops activities for families and museum visitors of all ages. The position aligns studio programs and lessons with state and national standards and uses a lens of universal design. The employee manages all the scheduling of classes and programs and maintenance of the art studio, supplies, inventory, and coordination of distribution of supplies.
The position serves as the lead art instructor under the supervision of the Director of Education. The position will write and develop object-based learning lessons for community events, and museum events, and assist with the arts and healthcare programs. The position is also responsible for managing all on-site, remote and off-site arts programs and coordinating workshops with our multiple partners. The employee hires, trains, and manages student workers and visiting artists who lead studio programs.
The position serves as the coordinator for the robust Art Heals program which offers workshops remotely and in-person for patients and medical care providers across the state. The employee provides administrative support for the Director of Education and the Art Heals, Art Teaches and Art Inspires programs.
Salary: $18.92 – $28.59 per hour
Applications close: November 1, 2022 PDT.
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