Applications for the Fall Semester are currently open and are due June 20, 11:59 pm CT. Applicants will be notified of selection by July 2. Applications for the Spring Semester will open in October.
CAM commits to creating environments that are equitable, just, and accessible without discrimination toward a person’s race, gender identity, class, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, age, ability, and national origin. RTAs are expected to contribute to the advancement of equitable, inclusive practices.
- Able to teach on-site at school and/or museum
- Develop curriculum that will enable the class(es) to acquire the knowledge, skills, and technique required to complete their respective projects
- Expose the students to the artistic techniques and creative processes of practicing artists
- Give students a platform for self-discovery and expression, increasing student visual literacy and their ability to articulate ideas
- Be a positive role model to students, CAM staff, and fellow RTAs
- Respond to time-sensitive email correspondence throughout the program and exhibition organization periods
- Document student attendance and evaluations
- Communicate with museum staff on curriculum and material needs in a timely manner
- Help/direct/be present for final installation, opening night, and other culminating events (Details dependent upon project)
- Skills, training, and/or professional experience in the visual arts
- Experience working or volunteering with young people, especially middle and/or high school aged students
- Demonstrated commitment to anti-bias, antiracist education. Teaching Artists with experience connecting with racially diverse and predominantly African American student populations are encouraged to apply.
- Teaching Artists with the following skills are strongly encouraged to apply this round: fashion and/or graphic design.
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