Winter 2021 Class Proposal Form
Winter classes will be facilitated remotely, via Zoom.

Class duration is 1.5 hours each week, for 8 weeks.

Winter 2021 classes will begin on 1/25/2021 and run through 03/19/2021.
Email address *
PROPOSALS DUE: October 27, 2020
Please submit this form for EACH class you are proposing. Instructors can propose up to 2 classes.
Compensation
$35/hour of instruction x 1.5 hours x 8 weeks = $420
Questions?
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Bethany Pelle via email at bethany@kennedyarts.org or call her 513-800-4567. Thank you!
Instructor Name *
Instructor Phone Number *
Instructor Address *
Artist Website
Artist bio (100 words) *
Please include relevant prior experience
Class Title (tentative) *
Availability *
Select each evening you are available to teach during the Winter 2021 session:
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Short description of your class (will be edited, used for marketing) *
The best descriptions will highlight the techniques you’ll cover, the projects you’ll create, the materials you’ll use, and your personal approach to teaching online.
Class Plan
Please describe the project/activities for each day and the materials needed below:
Project/activities for each week. *
Briefly list the project, activities, or techniques you’ll cover each week.
Materials *
Please list all materials students will need for this class.
Teaching arrangements *
Instructors are responsible for using their own devices (computer, cell phone, camera, etc) and internet connection to administer their class, unless prior arrangements have been made for the instructor to teach remote classes from the Kennedy Heights Arts Center’s Distance Learning Studio. Please indicate if you would prefer to teach from home or from the KHAC Distance Learning Studio, which includes an overhead camera set-up, a webcam, and a live video switcher.
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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