Ceramic Studio Aide- Summer Art Camp
9 am – 5 pm, Monday – Friday
The Ceramic Studio Aide assists all summer pottery camp instructors at The Center for Contemporary Art. Hours are from 9 am – 5 pm Monday – Friday from June 26th – September 1st, 2017. Additional hours will be required from September 5th – 8th, 2017.
Please check out Summer Art Camps page for more information about Summer Art Camp at The Center.
- Wedge and prepare clay, glazes and other materials as needed prior to each of the four classes
- Work one-on-one with children to assist as needed
- Label all student work with name and class number
- Load and empty kiln and adhere to firing schedule
- Clean-up wheels, tables, floors, sinks as needed between each class
- Clean all surfaces and mop at the end of each day
- Organize finished projects for parents to pick up
- Have ceramic experience and know basics of wedging, centering and forming clay vessels using the wheel and hand-building
- Have experience and enjoy working with children
- Be reliable, responsible and accountable
- Able to regularly lift 50 lbs. of clay
Schedule & Salary
- Must be available to work from June 26th – September 1st, 2017 and some additional hours from September 5th – September 8th, 2017
- 40 hrs/week, with 1 hr lunch break each day
- Hourly Wage: $8.50/hr (lunch break is unpaid)
How to Apply
- Please send a resume detailing job history and/or related volunteer experience to firstname.lastname@example.org. You must include “Summer Ceramic Aide” in the subject of your email. Applications accepted until April 1, 2017.
Fashion Design Teacher
The Center is looking for an experienced artist to teach a Fashion Design class this summer. The class involves teaching students ages 9 – 15 to draw sketches of fashion models and clothing designs using pencil, charcoal, markers and watercolor. Dates needed: The weeks of July 24-28 and August 14-18 from 1 to 4:30 pm. If you are interested please contact Norma Rahn at email@example.com
The Center for Contemporary Art is seeking experienced models to pose for Portrait and Life classes on weekdays or evenings. If interested, please send a brief bio and photo to Norma Rahn, Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
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