Preference will be given to projects that promote mutual respect and understanding bewteen people, engage youth and their peers, teachers and students, and people from differing neighborhoods or backgrounds.
Projects should help youth acquire experience in visual thinking, build problem-solving skills, leadership and expand their technical artistry in real-life studio environments.
ARTlab projects typically range from four-hour classes to two-day workshops at the Frist Center or various community centers around Davidson County.
JOB DESCRIPTION: In coordination with Frist Center educators, develop and lead a hands-on studio-based workshop for youth ages 11–18.
REQUIREMENTS: Must have a bachelor's degree. Extensive knowledge in your art medium. Three years of teaching experience. Must pass background check.
MATERIALS BUDGET: $500
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, November 17 (11:59 p.m. Central Time)