Stillwater Center for the Arts Education Coordinator
The new Stillwater Center for the Arts (SCA), an Oklahoma State University/City of Stillwater partnership, is seeking an Arts Education Coordinator. The SCA is housed in the Multi Arts Center, a 14,000 square foot building with areas for painting and drawing, photography, ceramics, jewelry-making, sculpture, and fiber arts. The SCA is dedicated to providing high quality public art programming and experiences for all ages. Stillwater is a community in northeastern Oklahoma with a population of 48,000.
The Arts Education Coordinator
- Communicates with all instructors regarding all class planning and
- Assists in the recruitment of professional artists as instructors to expand center
- Ensures program compliance with state and accreditation standards for art education.
- Provides oversight and assessment of instructors.
- Organizes regular meetings with instructors about the procedures, policies and expectations of the Stillwater Center for the
- Collaborates with OSU Museum of Art; Plans, implements and leads monthly family day in conjunction with OSU Museum of
- Works with the Stillwater public schools, local homeschool organizations, and groups supporting students with disabilities to provide high quality art education and
- Develops quality catalogue of classes for each session with assistance of Graphic Design/marketing interns
- Recruits and leads group and individual tours of arts center
- Ensures evaluations of class sessions and instructors are
- Develops and implements a marketing plan for the SCA.
- Oversees SCA website management
- Assists the Program & Community Engagement Manager in identifying grants and grant
- Supervises the studio monitors and teaching. Other duties, including teaching, as necessary.
This is a full-time position with benefits. A BA or BFA in an art-related field and 1-3 years in arts administration, non-profit, education, or museum work are required for this position. A BA or BFA in an art related field, experience teaching art in a school or museum context, and 3-5 years in arts administration are preferred. The successful candidate will have outstanding verbal and written communication skills. The hours are 9:30-6:30 M-F, with occasional overtime on weekends and evenings.
Submit application letter, resume, and contact information of three references online at: https://jobs.okstate.edu by July 19, 2017 for full consideration. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. If assistance is needed, contact OSU Human Resources at (405) 744-7401. The position is contingent upon available funding.
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