Employment Opportunities:


Children’s Fine Art Class Elementary Teachers

St. Anthony of Padua, 320 Sherwood Ave., Clarksville, IN
Wednesdays, 3:30pm to 5:30pm
September 18 through mid November, early December (10 - 2 hours classes )
January 15 through mid March, early April (10 - 2 hours classes )

Buckner Elementary School, 4307 Brown Blvd., LaGrange, KY
Mondays, 3:15pm to 5:15pm
September 16 through mid November, early December (10 - 2 hours classes )
January 13 through mid March, early April (10 - 2 hours classes )

Griffin Street Center, 1140 Grant Line Rd., New Albany
Mondays, 4:15pm to 6:15pm
September 16 through mid November, early December (10 - 2 hours classes )
January 13 through mid March, early April (10 - 2 hours classes )

Chancey Elementary School, 4301 Murphy Ln., Louisville, KY
Thursdays, 4:15pm to 6:15pm
September 19 through mid November, early December (10 - 2 hours classes )
January 16 through mid March, early April (10 - 2 hours classes )

King Elementary School, 4325 Vermont Ave., Louisville, KY
Tuesdays, 4:00pm to 6:00pm
September 17 through mid November, early December (10 - 2 hours classes )
January 14 through mid March, early April (10 - 2 hours classes )

Children’s Fine Art Class Middle School Teacher

Highland Hills Middle School, 3492 Edwardsville Galena Rd., Georgetown, IN
Wednesdays, 4:15pm to 6:15pm
September 18 through mid November, early December (10 - 2 hours classes)
January 15 through mid March, early April (10 - 2 hours classes )

Louisville Visual Art is looking for Art Teachers for Elementary and Middle School Children’s Fine Art Classes. The Children’s Fine Art Classes engages and inspires the next generation of creative leaders by providing intensive, in-depth art experiences to visually talented and motivated elementary and middle school students. Since 1925, the program has offered concentrated studies in two-dimensional art that include studio practices in drawing, painting, and mixed media; art history; critiquing skills; and aesthetics. All students enrolled in CFAC classes have been recommended by professionals to be accepted.

Applicants must be Certified Teachers or Professional Artists. Duties include, security of students, interacting with parents, teachers and administrators of CFAC sites, creating 2D art experiences designed to challenge talented and gifted artists, elementary school grades 4 to 5, and middle school grades 6,7 and 8. Please send a cover letter, a resume, 2-3 images of your artwork to annette@louisvillevisualart.org. A reference letter may be requested.



Additional Employment Opportunities:

We are always looking for new art teachers to grow our CFAC, Academy, and Open Doors programs. Please send your cover letter and CV to annette@louisvillevisualart.org so we can have your information when we are looking to fill a new teaching position. 

We also have many calls for artists, an awesome internship program, and would love to have you volunteer with us!