Community Folk Art Center Call for Art Instructors + Class Proposals


Community Folk Art Center is seeking qualified art instructors to teach visual art classes for young artists( ages 5 to 17 years old) on our virtual platform. We are accepting proposals from teaching artists in the following disciplines:

Painting
Drawing+Illustration
Jewelry Making + Metal Crafting
Photography +Videography
Dance + Performing Arts

If you are an experienced art instructor looking to join a dedicated community of artist-faculty members & students, please submit your bio(in no more than 300 words), resume, class proposal & a sample of your work, or a lesson plan to cfac@syr.edu

Community Folk Art Center

Desired Qualifications – 
BFA in one of the requested disciplines or BA in Art History or Art eduction
At least two years of teaching experience in a structured educational environment.
The ability to manage a classroom with students of various skill levels.
Enthusiasm for teaching and sharing art experiences with students.

Community Folk Art Center-CFAC is a vibrant cultural and artistic hub committed to promoting and developing artists of the African Diaspora. A 501c3 non-profit, the Center’s mission is to exalt cultural and artistic pluralism by collecting, exhibiting, teaching, and interpreting the visual and expressive arts. Public programming comprises exhibitions, film screenings, gallery talks, workshops, and courses in the studio arts, including dance and ceramics. A proud unit of the African American Studies Department at Syracuse University, CFAC is a beacon of artistry, creativity, and cultural expression for the Syracuse community, the region, and the world.