Staff Positions We currently have a full-time salaried position open for Development Manager. The Development Manager reports to the Executive Director and successfully manages all aspects of the school’s fundraising efforts to help fund its programs, services, capital needs, and to help secure its longevity. Read the complete job listing and instructions on how to apply by downloading the Development Manager job listing.
If you are passionate about your art or craft and love sharing that knowledge with others, we welcome you to apply to teach. Please mail the following (no email queries, please):
- A short description of the class you would like to offer. Give us an idea of the types of projects students would work on, techniques they would learn, preferred class length (week or weekend), etc.
- Your resume, preferably showing some teaching experience, even in an informal setting
- Photos of your work, if possible (snapshots are fine)
Upon receipt, your information will be shared with the Resident Artist who oversees class scheduling for your subject area. Please note that we schedule classes 1 to 1-1/2 years in advance. Thank you for your interest!