Employment, Internships & Teaching Opportunities at the Cornelius Arts Center
Arts Program Assistant
The Center is seeking a part-time Arts Program Assistant to assist with daily operations, customer service and program administration. The primary role of the Arts Programs Assistant is to assist customers from the Center's reception desk during their shift. View the job description. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume. The Arts Program Assistant will work an average of 10-25 hours per week during the school year, with a weekly average of 20-40 hours during the summer months. Ability to work a consistent weekly schedule is preferred. Ability to work some nights and weekends is required.
Adult & Youth Teaching Artists - Visual Arts & Music - Rolling applications
The Center is seeking new art instructors to offer unique and popular programs for elementary to adult students. Teachers can offer one-day workshops, multiple-week classes and/or weekly summer camps. The ideal candidate for this position would have experience teaching in a classroom setting in addition to an outstanding artistic portfolio/skill set.
Teaching Artists - Ceramics - Rolling applications
The Center is seeking instructors with experience in teaching introductory, intermediate and advanced level techniques in handbuilding, pottery, glazing techniques and any other creative ceramics practices. Teachers can offer one-day workshops, multiple-week classes and/or weekly summer camps. The ideal candidate for this position would have experience teaching art in a classroom setting in addition to an outstanding ceramics portfolio.
Internships - Rolling applications
Internships are available at the Cornelius Arts Center each semester for high school and college students. Internships for college credit are available. This is a great position for someone who is interested in gaining experience in arts administration, gallery management, art education and marketing.