Teaching + Mentoring Opportunities
Southern Exposure's Artists in Education program provides part-time paid jobs, professional development and teaching opportunities for more than 22 Bay Area artists annually through an ongoing series of year-round collaborative mentoring and teaching projects. Working with a variety of student populations with a focus on the underserved, teachers gain critical and relevant education development skills.
Current Teaching Job Opportunities:
Three Lead Teaching Artists will work with Southern Exposure’s Artists in Education Program Coordinator to collaborate with and teach approximately 20-40 youth in a series of in person workshops to produce visual arts projects based on a socially relevant theme. The program runs for 4 weeks: July 11 – August 4, 2022, Monday through Thursday, 2:00 – 5:00 PM. Each Lead artist will alternate teaching duties during in person workshops and hold gallery walkthrough/discussion sessions during the week of August 1. Each teaching artist will work a total of 40 hours over the course of the program which includes weekly meetings. The program culminates in a final exhibition presented to the public at Southern Exposure opening August 4. Read the full description and learn how to apply here.