Full Time Opportunities:
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Grants Officer will serve either as a lead team member in developing and writing grant proposals to foundations and government agencies to obtain funding for Arts Council activities or is responsible for compliance with and dissemination of grants funded initiatives and programs. The Grants Officer will align policies, guidelines, rules, deadlines, and regulations to meet the calendar obligations of the Arts Council staff and community stakeholders. The Grants Officer position also acts as liaison to the Arts Council’s partner organizations; the Grants Officer will host grant-seeker workshops for partner organizations and individuals and facilitate grantsdriven employment opportunities for the purpose of planning and developing collaborative relationships and programming, and increased access to the arts. The position of Grants Officer requires the exercise of considerable initiative and independent judgment. The Grants Officer will perform additional related duties, as required.
Studio Saturdays - Art Instructor
The Studio Saturdays Instructor is responsible for hosting both an open studio in which students may work on independent projects and have a structured art project for students that do not already have an ongoing project. Students may range in age from elementary school to high school. Instructors will work Saturdays in 5 or 10-week increments.
After School Art Program - Lead Artist
The Lead Artist instructor will work with elementary, middle, or high school-age students in the development of the basic skills associated with the Lead Artist’s proposed form of art. Camp completion expectation: ASAP! students will develop a basic knowledge of the proposed art form; students will present the culmination of their skill-building in the form of a final project or performance.
Note: Art forms for this camp can include, but are not limited to, drawing, painting, printmaking, sketchbook
journaling, digital media arts, collage, 2-D + 3-D construction, community-build projects, carpentry, art/nature
fusion, photography, crafts, dance, movement, music, etc.