1-3 Hour Sessions at various locations
Salary: $50 Per Hour
Reports To: Program Managers
*We are currently looking for drummers and theatre and visual arts teachers for immediate hire.
The Foluké Cultural Arts Center (FCAC or Foluké Arts) is committed to building self-esteem, discipline and a drive for excellence among at-risk children and youth through music, dance, drama and arts education; providing professional performance opportunities for program participants, and enhancing an appreciation for cultural an ethnic diversity. Foluke Cultural Arts help children develop critical life skills such as commitment, follow-through, and teamwork.
Foluké Cultural Arts Teaching Artists play the role of building self-worth through art with the youth. This flexible position includes after-school teaching at Friendly Inn or one of our school partnerships dependent on your schedule and the slots available, and SaturdayARTS programming from 10AM – 3PM. This semester we have decided to divide the arts discipline focus, having visual (various medium) and media arts (film and photography) in the fall semester, and performing arts in the spring semester. Each semester the teaching artist and managers must collaboratively decide on a showcase for the youth. The staff must bring incites about what the youth would like to do.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
The following responsibilities are subject to change dependent on age and group. It is suggested that all Teaching Artists review the Ohio Learning Standards before building their curriculum. This process will be collaborative and directly supported:
Teach the basics of performance utilizing the actor’s toolbox
2 or more years of experience, Bachelors Preferred, Prevention Certifications would be a plus.
Foluke Cultural Arts Center Inc. is dedicated to the growth and development of future leaders and artists. Therefore inclusion, diversity and equity are important to everything we do. We regret that we cannot respond personally to each applicant.