Instructor positions offer a unique opportunity for artists, educators and emerging teachers to conduct classes and/or workshops that promote community inclusion, diversity and creativity. Classes offered are open to the community and to any ability. Currently we are looking for instructors for the following categories: Painting, Drawing, Mixed media, Dance & movement, Digital arts & photography, and Ceramics. We also welcome workshop or class proposals if you have a specific interest or topic you would like to offer.

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