For opportunities related to the coronavirus pandemic, please check out our COVID-19 resources page.
ACH Clear Pathways is seeking teaching artists for work in the historic Kaufmann Center in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. Artists working in all different media are encouraged to apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 412-815-0471.
Blackhawk School District seeks a long-term sub for their high-school visual arts program. Qualified applicants will have an art certification and be comfortable teaching ceramics, sculpture, and AP Art Studio. Those interested can contact Ashley Biega at email@example.com.
Professional Learning Opportunities
The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia at Pitt will host From Our Classroom to Yours, a webinar series running from September 21 to April 14. Arts-focused workshops include Picture This! Traveling Through Time with Japanese Art and Manga, Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress, and The Joy of Tangrams. Act 48 credits are available.
The Art of Education University will be hosting weekly COVID-19 webinars each Thursday at 7pm CDT. Topics will include teaching online, self-care during a crisis, and lesson ideas for arts educators working remotely.
Prime Stage Theatre presents Stage Tunes, a new and exciting online class and experience for students from seventh to twelfth grade. Learn how to create a world of sound with composer and teaching artist, Monica Stephenson. Take our Stage Tunes class and discover how you can create original music, soundscapes and folly that will enliven literature and text! Stage Tunes is designed so that each student can ‘tune in’ and participate regardless of previous musical experience. Home activities are individualized; based on experience, age, ability, and imagination. Stage Tunes will meet remotely every two weeks for 45 minutes September 21–December 21. The price is $175.00 for the term. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register.
Written Out Loud is seeking its next cohort of young writers. Those interested can submit an early registration for free to register interest. Written Out Loud’s team includes award-winning screenwriters and artists, and this fall’s activities will take place via Zoom. For more information, see Written Out Loud’s FAQ page or contact email@example.com.
Rivers of Steel is now accepting applications for its Mini-Grant program, which assists heritage-related sites and organizations, as well as municipalities, within the borders of the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area. The Mini-Grants may be used to develop new and innovative programs, partnerships, exhibits, tours, and other initiatives that are consistent with the mission and vision outlined in Rivers of Steel’s Management Action Plan. Applications will be accepted through October 15.