SBAP is hiring a TWO Teaching Artists to start in the summer of 2021. Applicants should have a BA or BFA in Ceramics or significant experience in all things Clay as well as experience teaching children, teens and adults. Applicants should also have demonstrated skills in Wheel Throwing, Hand building, glazing, loading and unloading kilns. Resident Artist positions
are a minimum 1 year commitment.
How to Apply:
Email your cover letter, resume, 2 references and three images
of your work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(1) Applicant must have prior teaching experience and an extensive background working in a pottery studio B.A., B.F.A. or M.F.A. in Ceramics is preferred.
(2) Applicant should be well versed with loading and un-loading kilns, glazing, hand-building, wheel throwing and re-claim.
(3) Applicant should be comfortable with google docs, square payments, and learning other online platforms.
(4) Applicant should be comfortable teaching adults, children and teens.
(5) Applicant should be comfortable multi-tasking and being on your feet for 6-8 hours.
(6) Applicant should be able to lift 50 lbs.
Applicants must be able to work as a member of a team with shared responsibilities, assist visitors and teach students of all ages about all things clay, ensure studio spaces are kept well maintained, use good time management as well as demonstrating a personal passion for art and art education.
As we continue to re-define studio programs after Covid the ability to be flexible with the intention to build community among students, instructors and the community remains to be the focus of all decision making. Through our programming SBAP pro-actively creates a studio culture that reflects the rich diversity of the neighborhood and surrounding communities.
SBAP is dedicated to the art of practice-over-product as a way of MaKing and creating that feeds the soul. While there are wrong ways to do just about anything, we like to emphasize that there is more than one right way to make just about anything too! SBAP instructors collaborate to learn from each other as a way to discover best practices that can be shared with students, classes and the whole community at large...