call_for_entries.jpg

Have an artist opportunity you would like promoted? Submit your information here


Warm Your Heart Art Exhibit

Deadline: January 20, 2017

Entry Fee: Free
Open to: all ages-This exhibit focuses on textile art/sculpture/paintings/photographs/paperworks about the idea of Warmth.
Exhibition Dates: 01/27/17-03/10/17
Location: 402 N. Main St. Somerset KY 42501 The Shine House Inc.Contact: Lakia Stout or Tara Helser, lakia@theshinehouse.com
Additional Information: Open to all ages and mediums, please submit images of your art that surrounds the motif of Winter Warmth. Examples might include textiles/paper works/sculpture/paintings, etc.
More information 


Kroger Call for Portfolios: Brandenburg Kroger Mural

Deadline: January 27, 2017

Entry Fee: Free
Open to: all artists. Priority given to artists living in the Louisville, Brandenburg and Southern Indiana areas.
Location: Brandenburg Kroger - 568 River Ridge Plaza, Brandenburg, KY 40108
Louisville Visual Art in association with Kroger, seek portfolios from local artists interested in creating a large-scale indoor artwork in Brandenburg, KY.  This artwork will have high visibility and will be prominently displayed within Kroger. There is no application fee to enter and all artists asked to submit a proposal will receive a $250 stipend. From the artists asked for a proposal, one will be selected to create the artwork for each location. Payment to Selected Artist: $7,500-$10,000.
More information
Apply


Fantastic Fibers

Deadline: February 4, 2017

Fee: $25/3 entries
Location: Yeiser Art Center, Paducah, Kentucky

Additional Information: FANTASTIC FIBERS is an international competitive exhibition that seeks to showcase a wide range of outstanding works related to the fiber medium. One of Yeiser Art Center's most engaging, innovative & colorful international exhibits, Fantastic Fibers is an inspirational "must see" for fine artists, quilters and textile art enthusiasts across the globe.
More information


Self Portrait Exhibit

Deadline: February 8, 2017

Entry Fee: Free
Open to: All Ages All Mediums
Exhibition Dates: 02/17/17-03/31/17
Location: The Shine House Inc. 402 N. Main St. Somerset, KY 42501
Contact: Lakia Stout or Tara Helser, lakia@theshinehouse.com
Additional Information: This Exhibit is open to all ages and mediums and focuses on the making of self portraits, and self love. A self portrait can mean a variety of things to each of us individually as artist. The entry fee is 0$ so submit your images to lakia@theshinehouse.com or tara@theshinehouse.com.
More information


The Next Generation

Deadline: February 9, 2017

Entry Fee: $15 for up to 3 entries
Open to: Open to high school and college students currently attending schools in the state of Kentucky.

Location: Kaviar Gallery. 147 Stevenson Ave. Louisville KY 40206
Contact: Kayla Bischoff, kaviargallery@gmail.com  

Additional Information: All accepted 2D works must be suitably wired for hanging. Canvases with staples on the sides must be framed. Works must be available for sale to be considered. All 2D and 3D media will be considered.
More information


Owensboro Art Guild 55th Annual Regional Show

Deadline: February 11, 2017

Entry Fee: $25.00 OAG members, $35.00 non-members. Up to 2 entries
Open to: all media and mixed media except photography
Location: Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, Owensboro, KY
Contact: Tracey Bivins Helm, traceybivins@yahoo.com

Additional Information: $3500.00 in purchase and merit awards. Entries must not exceed 60" in any direction and weight should not exceed 100 lbs. Juror is Meena Khalili, assistant professor of visual communication at University of Louisville. Prospectus will be available on website or by request at traceybivins@yahoo.com.
More information


Emerging Artist

Deadline: February 15, 2017

Open to: Professional emerging Kentucky artists (visual and media artists, writers, composers and choreographers) who are responsible for creating their own work, not interpreting the work of others or creating work under the supervision of an instructor.
Location: Kentucky Arts Council, Frankfort, Kentucky
Contact: Tamara Coffey, tamara.coffey@ky.gov

Additional Information: The Kentucky Arts Council's Emerging Artist Award is an unrestricted $1,000 award to early-career, professional Kentucky artists who demonstrate excellence and creativity in their work.
More information


Telling Our Stories

Deadline: April 1, 2017

Fee: Free
Location: Creative Art League, Nicholasville, Kentucky
Open to: all textile and fiber artists in Kentucky

Additional Information: The exhibit, “Telling Our Stories” is designed to showcase fiber, fabric and other textile art. Artists are encouraged to utilize these materials in a way that helps to educate the viewing public on the very real role that fabric and fiber play in today’s fine art environment.
More information


1-person or Group Exhibit

Deadline: January 1, 2018

Fee: Free
Location: The Green Building, Louisville, Kentucky
Contact: Matt Loeser, matthew@thegreenbuildinggallery.com 

Additional Information: Artist responsible for ready-to-hang works, delivery and pick-up. Submit 3-5 images, Artist's Statement and Bio and small exhibit description via email.
More information


Sculpture Artist Call for Proposals

Deadline: February 28, 2017 by 5:00pm

Open to: The project is open to all artists, age 18 and over, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, military status, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical or mental disability. Artist teams are eligible to apply.
Contact: Jackie Hamilton, jacqueline.hamilton@uky.edu
Location: UK Arts in HealthCare, Lexington, Kentucky

Additional Information: UK HealthCare seeks to commission sculpture for the UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital under the hospital’s Arts in HealthCare program. The sculpture will be located in the skylight area of the new Kentucky Children’s Hospital. It is not the intent that the sculpture will be simply public art; it should embody the aspirations of the program to provide a healing environment enhanced by artistic expressions.
More information


ARTEBELLA

Deadline: Ongoing

Fee: FREE
Open to: All Media Artists - Original Artwork
Location: online publication through LVA
Contact: Joshua Jenkins, josh@louisvillevisualart.org
More information 


First Friday Hop

Deadline: Ongoing

Open to: All Local Artists
Location: Louisville, Kentucky - St. John United Church of Christ invites artists to sell their work during the First Friday Hop each month. Artists can display and sell their art for free.
Additional information: Autumn Lucas, saintjohnucc@gmail.com



Greater Louisville Arts Master Plan Feedback Workshop        

January 27, 2017

Workshop Fee: Free
Registration Deadline: January 27, 2017
Workshop Date: January 24, 2017, 2-4 pm and January 25, 2017, 1:30-3:30 pm
Location: Todd Hall - Kentucky Center for the Arts, 501 W Main St, Louisville
Additional Information: Attend our Feedback Workshops! We will host feedback workshops on January 24 and 25. These two-hour conversations will include a short presentation on the draft plan and a robust discussion around arts and culture in the region. It will also include next steps in finalizing the Greater Louisville Arts Master Plan.
More information   

 


Hat Making Workshop - Flowering Feathers

January 28, 2017  

Workshop Fee: $310 (millinery materials included)
Open to: All experience levels
Workshop Date: January 14, 2017 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: Formé Millinery Hat Shop - 1860 Mellwood Ave. #111 Louisville, KY 40206
Contact: Jenny Pfanenstiel, formefashion@usa.net 
Additional Information: Have you ever wondered how they make those feather flowers in stores or on those fancy hats you see? I will teach you several techniques and tricks to the trade on making feather flowers. No more buying $50 and $60 feather flowers for your hats, gifts or hair. Feathers and materials provided. 
More information


Hat Making Workshop - Blocking a Disk Fascinator

January 28-29, 2017

Workshop Fee: $335 (millinery materials included)
Open to: All experience levels
Workshop Date: January 28-29, 2017 - 1:30pm – 5pm (1st day); 11:00am – 4pm (2nd day)
Location: Formé Millinery Hat Shop - 1860 Mellwood Ave. #111 Louisville, KY 40206
Contact: Jenny Pfanenstiel, formefashion@usa.net 
Additional Information: Have you ever wondered how to make the hats that you see Kate Middleton wear? In this 2 day course, we will take Sinamay and block them on “disk” blocks that sit atop your head. We will then embellish them and finish with elastic or headbands. One size fits all. 
More information


Make Your Art. Make It Work. Crafting a Brand That Sells.

Workshop Dates: January 28 & 29, 2017

Workshop Fee: Tennessee Craft members $125, Non-members $150, Students $75
Location: Watkins College of Art, Design & Film, 2298 Rosa L Parks Blvd. Nashville, TN 37228
Contact: Angela Wiggins, awiggins@tennesseecraft.org
Additional information: Artists ready to make 2017 even more successful for their business are invited to Tennessee Craft’s annual professional development workshop, Make Your Art. Make It Work. Crafting a Brand That Sells. The workshop will be held on January 28 from 9am-5:30pm and January 29 from 9am-12pm and is hosted and co-sponsored by Watkins College of Art in Nashville.  Professionals in the field will share emerging trends and best practices in marketing, branding and sales. Artist entrepreneurs have the opportunity to meet like-minded professionals and learn from their experience. We have an excellent speaker lineup.
More information


Hat Making Workshop - Blocking a Brimmed Derby Hat

February 11-12, 2017         

Workshop Fee: $350 (millinery materials included)
Registration Deadline: February 9, 2017
Workshop Date: February 11-12, 2017 - 2:30pm - 6:00pm (1st day) 12:00pm-5:00pm (2nd day)
Location: Formé Millinery Hat Shop - 1860 Mellwood Ave. #111 Louisville, KY 40206
Contact: Jenny Pfanenstiel, formefashion@usa.net 
Additional Information: Each person will learn the different types of straw for blocking and how they are best used. They will learn how to wet and steam the straw to form it over a hat block to make a shape of a hat. We will be blocking both a crown and a brim separately. Once dry, we will then hand sew the crown and brim together. It will be finished with wiring on the brim, a sweat band in the crown and any embellishments one chooses. Each person will walk away with a beautiful Derby hat that they can wear with pride. 
More information


Hat Making Workshop - Sculpting with Horsehair

February 11, 2017          

Workshop Fee: $285 (millinery materials included)
Registration Deadline: February 9, 2017
Workshop Date: February 11, 2017 11:00am - 2:00pm
Location: Formé Millinery Hat Shop - 1860 Mellwood Ave. #111 Louisville, KY 40206
Contact: Jenny Pfanenstiel, formefashion@usa.net 
Additional Information: Horsehair is a common material used in creating fun Fascinators and Cocktail Hats for the races and parties. I will demonstrate how one can work with and manipulate horsehair to create amazing shapes that they can wear. I will also demonstrate how you can print on them and alter them to look very different from their natural form. Once a shape is created, we will then make it into a hat to wear. I will provide an assortment of horsehair and straw bases for attendees. Attendees will need to bring needles, large pins, thread and scissors. Also bring any embellishments to decorate your hat like feathers, ribbon, broaches etc. 
More information


Printmaking Workshop   

February 11, 2017         

Workshop Fee: Free
Registration Deadline: February 10, 2017 - noon
Workshop Date: February 11, 2017
Location: Museum at the American Printing House for the Blind, 1839 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, KY  
Contact: 502-899-2213,  kcarpenter@aph.orgAdditional Information: Under the direction of our guest artist, Peggy Mastropaolo, participants will create one-of-a-kind tactile prints with the unique tools and techniques used by artists who are blind. Best for adults and children ages 6 and older. Events are free, but space is limited, so registration is required. Call 502-899-2213 or send email to kcarpenter@aph.org to register. Please register by noon, February 10.   


Forging Tongs with Danny Downs

February 18 - 19, 2017

Registration Deadline: February 17, 2017
Instructor: Danny Downs
Entry Fee: $375
Workshop Dates: February 18 & 19, 2017
Location: Kaviar Forge, 147 Stevenson Ave., Louisville, KY
Contact: Kayla Bischoff, kaviargallery@gmail.com 
Additional Information: This weekend workshop teaches fledgling blacksmiths to forge their own sets of tongs. Students will keep all tongs made during the class: usually 3-5 pairs depending on skill.
Register 
More information 


Shelbyville, KY Public Art Project

Deadline: February 20, 2017

Entry Fee: Free
Open to: Kentucky Residents
Location: Shelbyville, Kentucky
Contact: Fred Rogers,  Fred@shelbyvillekentucky.com
Additional Information: $500 commission for winning entries. Contact fred@shelbyvillekentucky.com for a copy of the RFP.
 

More information


Intro to Welding with Acetylene Torch    

March 18, 2017

Instructor: Danny Downs
Registration Deadline: March 17, 2017
Entry Fee: $190
Workshop Date: March 18, 2017, 9:00am - 4:30pm
Location: Kaviar Forge, 147 Stevenson Ave., Louisville, KY
Contact: Kayla Bischoff,  kaviargallery@gmail.com 
More information: Intro to Welding & Cutting using Acetylene Torch. "An oxygen acetylene torch is very often misunderstood and under utilized in most shops. In this class students will be instructed in safe oxygen acetylene welding and cutting techniques as well as brazing, silver soldering and heating. Students will need welding goggles with a number 5 shaded lens and light welding gloves. If you have a favorite torch and hose, bring it along. No experience is needed!" - Danny Downs
Register 
More information 


Spring Beginner Blacksmith Workshop    

March 31, 2017 

Entry Fee: $425 - includes all materials
Workshop Date: April 1 - 29, 2017, 9am - Noon
Location: Kaviar Forge, 147 Stevenson Ave., Louisville, KY
Contact: Kayla Bischoff,  kaviargallery@gmail.com 
Additional Information: In this class, students will learn the skills, foundation, and art of blacksmithing. While learning basic techniques the students will make several items for themselves including J hooks, nails, leaves (for keychains) and finally a forge welded fireplace poker. Students keep all that they make during the class. Limited to 10 students and fills on a first come, first serve basis. If you would like to secure your spot in the class, we require payment in full and a signed registration form which can be found on our website. ABANA members receive 5% off!
More information


Oil Painting Class - "Working Beyond the Limitations of a Photograph" 

Deadline: Ongoing

Workshop Fee: varies
Location: Studio Anchorage, 2125 Cave Spring Road, Anchorage KY
Open to: Beginner to Advanced
Contact: Susan Tolliver, studioanchorage@gmail.com 502.639.4957
Additional Information: Learn the fundamentals of painting in oils and manipulating "Beyond the Limitations of a Photograph". Class offerings run contiguously in bands of 6 to 8 weeks. Brushwork, edges, the essence of pushing warm and cool tones; working with a limited palette; using a palette knife; components of good composition; avoiding linear drawing are just a few of the routine principles incorporated into classes routinely. Beginners initially have a more specified program structure to establish core oil painting foundation skills. Call Susan at 639-4957 for more details or check the website for more complete information.
More information


The Schrodt Method

Deadline: Ongoing

Workshop Fee: $32/week
Location: Schrodt Art Studio, 4014 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 13, Louisville, Kentucky
Contact: Judy Warren, judy@schrodart.com 502.893.2842
Additional Information: A practical approach to oil painting using proven, teachable methods suitable for beginning to advanced. Classes run consecutively in 12-14 week sessions.
More information


fairs.jpg

Francisco's Farm Arts Festival

Deadline: February 1, 2017

Entry Fee: $30  
Location: Midway, Kentucky

Event Dates: May 20-21, 2017
Contact: 859-333-9909
Additional Information:
Francisco's Farm accepts applications in the following exhibition categories: 2 dimensional (oils, acrylics, drawings, pastels, mixed media, watercolors, photography, original prints). 3 dimensional and sculpture (ceramic, fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, paper, stone, wood). Francisco's Farm Arts Festival is a two day outdoor juried fine arts and craft event. The purpose of the event is to allow visitors to interact with artists and purchase their work. There will be a potential 90-120 exhibit slots determined by a jury of non-applicant professional artists and other arts professionals.  Artistic excellence is the sole criterion for selection of exhibitors in a blind jury process.
More information


Call For Artists for the 61st Annual St. James Court Art Show

Deadline: March 31, 2017

EntryFee: $40  
Open to: all clay, fine crafts, fiber, glass, images 2D, jewelry, metal, mixed media 2D, mixed media 3D, photography, sculpture, and wood artists.
Location: Historic Old Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

Event Dates: October 6, 7 & 8, 2017
Contact: Karen kclayton@stjamescourtartshow.com
Additional Information:
The St. James Court Art Show in Louisville, Kentucky is an autumn tradition that draws 180,000+ visitors who come to purchase unique handcrafted items and fine art directly from the hands that crafted them. Always held the first full weekend of October, the St James Court section of the St. James Court Art Show has been running continuously for 60 years. Artist amenities include booth sitters, artist breakfast, and friendly volunteers. A very organized and friendly staff works hard all year long to put on a well-run show voted the Top Ten Art Shows in the country by Sunshine Artist Magazine.
More information


opportunities1.jpg

2017 Artist in Residence Program

Deadline: January 15, 2017

Entry Fee: Free
Open to: The Artist in Residence Program is available to all visual artists in any medium. All visual artists (sculptors, installation artists, painters, environmental artists, sound, video, performance artists) are encouraged to apply. Applicants may be emerging or established artists on a regional, national or international level. Bernheim will provide a stipend of $2,500.00 USD and living quarters for the recipient. In exchange, they will create a site-specific sculpture or project or exhibition, with at least one mutually agreed to work of art left to the Bernheim Foundation. There is also some form of public engagement required such as a lecture, workshop, or demonstration.
Location: Bernheim Arboretum and reserach Forest in Clermont, KY, 30 miles south of Louisville.
Contact: Martha Slaughter, mslaughter@bernheim.org
Additional Information: The recipient is required to live and work at Bernheim for a minimum of two months and up to four months. Bernheim will provide comfortable housing in a one-room cabin with kitchen, AC, heating, Wi-Fi, a log-burning fireplace accessible from outside the arboretum in a beautiful wooded setting. There is a lakeside studio that is heated, has electricity, concrete floors, a utility sink, and a large, well-lit wall. The selected artist will be given access to Bernheim’s grounds and some limited support by operations and horticulture staff, if required. Material support is not available although natural materials are available such as fallen trees and plant material.
More information


Kroger Call for Portfolios: Brandenburg Kroger Mural

Deadline: January 27, 2017

Entry Fee: Free
Open to: all artists. Priority given to artists living in the Louisville, Brandenburg and Southern Indiana areas.
Location: Brandenburg Kroger - 568 River Ridge Plaza, Brandenburg, KY 40108
Louisville Visual Art in association with Kroger, seek portfolios from local artists interested in creating a large-scale indoor artwork in Brandenburg, KY.  This artwork will have high visibility and will be prominently displayed within Kroger. There is no application fee to enter and all artists asked to submit a proposal will receive a $250 stipend. From the artists asked for a proposal, one will be selected to create the artwork for each location. Payment to Selected Artist: $7,500-$10,000.
More information
Apply


Suite 301, Third Floor Space Available for Lease

Deadline: January 31, 2017

Location: 2117 Payne Street, Louisville, Kentucky
Contact: Ann Drury, adrury@cliftoncenter.org, (502) 896-8480
Additional Information: A gathering place for art, culture and ideas has space available for lease.
Third floor suite
• Approximately 900 square feet
• annual lease
• includes elevator and utilities
• welcoming "cultural" atmosphere
Suite has great light and beautiful hard wood floors.
More information


Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship

Deadline: February 15, 2017

Open to: Professional Kentucky artists (writers, composers, choreographers, and visual and media artists) who are responsible for creating their own work, not interpreting the work of others.
Fee: none
Contact: tamara.coffey@ky.gov
The Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowships are unrestricted $7,500 awards given to Kentucky artists who have achieved a high level of excellence and creativity in their work.
More information


The Future Is Now Mentorship Program

Deadline: March 2, 2017

Open to: Artists of all medias
Contact: Jackie Pallesen, jackie@louisvillevisualart.org
Louisville Visual Art & KyCAD are seeking artist mentors for The Future Is Now 2017! Beginning in June 2017, Louisville Visual Art (LVA) and Kentucky College of Art & Design at Spalding University (KyCAD) will partner on the mentorship program, The Future is Now. Six area high school students will be matched with six local artists who will guide them over a period of eight weeks while they create new work to be exhibited in the Huff Gallery at the end of Summer 2017.  The artist mentors involved will come from various backgrounds- independent artists, educators, freelance photographers, three-dimensional fabricators, painters and sculptors. There is a $500 stipend provided to mentoring artists selected for the program.
More information


Artist Professional Development Grants

Deadline: March 19, 2017

Due to the success of the inaugural round of Artist Professional Development Grants, this grant program will now run three times a year.
Grants can be employed in the period January 6 through June 30, 2017.

Cycle 1. 2017 - Deadline Passed - 11/20/16
Grant Cycle January 6 through June 30, 2017
Application deadline: Midnight on Sunday November 20, 2016
Notification date: December 30, 2016
Report deadline: July 21, 2017

Cycle 2. 2017
Grant Cycle May 1 through October 31, 2017
Application deadline: Midnight on Sunday March 19, 2017
Notification date: April 24, 2017
Report deadline: November 21, 2017

Cycle 3. 2017
Grant Cycle September 1, 2017 through February 28, 2018
Application deadline: Midnight on Sunday July 23, 2017
Notification date: August 25, 2017
Report deadline: March 21, 2018
More information


Art Camp Teacher

Teaching Artist needed for two Art Camps in Jeffersontown KY, in July 2017. This person should have experience Teaching Art to children. Qualifications include being artistic, fun, organized, patient, kind and a leader. The camps are Monday thru Friday for three hours a day. The weeks of July 10th and 17th and trying for an am class one week and pm class the other week. You plan and execute the class including instruction in mixed media, sculpture, painting, drawing, collage and print making. There are 15 children in a class and they are ages 7-12 with different levels of artistic abilities. Your fee includes you supplying the art supplies. The classes are held at the Jeffersontown Community Center, 10617 Taylorsville Road. Volunteers are provided to help the children and teaching artist. The families pay for the children to attend the week long camp. Rhonda, Arts Program, handles signing up the children and checking them in and out of the camp. Snacks are provided by the Arts Program. For more information please email: Rhonda Rowland, Arts Program Manager at rrowland@jeffersontownky.gov.


Artist Studio Space Available

Deadline: Open until filled

Not a live-in space.
Rent: $300/month
Over 500 square feet of studio space in beautiful, pastoral setting 20 minutes from downtown; south east Louisville metro. Kiln room available with appropriate plug ins. Well insulated Morton Building with covered side porch. Great natural light, many shared power tools available. Barn built as a shared artist’s studio with artist’s needs in mind. In the past we’ve had painters, mixed media artists, sculptors, clay & glass artists and woodworkers- space appropriate for all media. Across the street from the Parklands if you like to hike, cycle or kayak after a long day in the studio. Will be available October 1st .
Call Brad to come take a look. 502-599- 9856


Museum Collections Manager

Deadline: Open until filled

Location: 21c Museum Hotels, Louisville, KY
Description: The Collections Manager is responsible for management, maintenance, storage, movement, and installation of artworks at all 21c Museums and the associated storage facility. The position requires a broad variety of experience, flexibility, and demonstrable hands-on abilities with a range of tasks. In collaboration with the entire museum team, the Collections Manager acts as a custodian for collection and loaned objects. The Collections manager will oversee collections work including art packing and unpacking, assembling and disassembling artwork, preparing works for exhibition, shipping and receiving, and other collections-related projects.  Must be willing to travel to install and deinstall exhibitions for duration ranging from 1-2 days to 2 weeks. Travel may include driving heavy duty trucks over long distances. Position requires occasional work on weekends and evenings as necessary. 
About 21c
More information


Ceramics Class Instructor

Location: Kentucky Mudworks, Lexington, KY
Description: The role of Adult and Kids’ Instructor includes demonstrating proficient and/or professional skills at teaching adults and/or children the basics of handbuilding and wheelthrowing.
Contact: sumac@kentuckymudworks.com
More information


Art Instructor

Louisville Creative Arts Academy - Louisville, KY
Status: Part-time

Louisville Creative Arts Academy (LCAA), a new home school program in the Louisville, KY area, is seeking qualified teachers for the 2016-2017 school year (32 weeks). This innovative home school program for middle and high school students focuses on various disciplines of creative arts including theater, music, visual art and digital arts to provide instruction and opportunities to apply learned skills beyond the classroom. Classes meet one time a week on either Tuesday and Friday during two semesters of study.

We are currently seeking an instructor to develop the art program for LCAA by teaching two Visual Art courses. Grade level: Middle School and High School. Ideal candidate should be an experienced artist with instructional skills. Familiarity with a wide variety of art mediums and appropriate skills to teach various methods and techniques.
Apply
More information
 


Part-time Instructors

Location: Living Arts and Science Center, Lexington, Ky.
Seeking part-time instructors with experience teaching visual art, creative writing or other art disciplines.
More information