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Art Instructors + Class Proposals


Download the Class Proposal Template and submit by e-mail along with your resume and short bio to


The Orange Art Center (OAC) is seeking qualified art instructors to teach art classes or  workshops for young artists and/or adults in the newly renovated studios at OAC. OAC is accepting class proposals from teaching artists in the following disciplines: Painting +  Drawing, Illustration, Ceramics, Sculpture, Jewelry + Metals, Photography + Video, and  Printmaking. If you are an experienced art instructor looking to join a dedicated community of artist faculty members and students, please submit your bio, resume, and class proposal to No phone calls please. A background check is required. Read more about OAC here.


  • BFA in one of the requested disciplines or BA in Art Education / Art History

  • At least 3 years of teaching experience in a structured educational environment

  • Ability to manage a classroom with students of various skill levels

  • Enthusiasm for teaching and sharing art experiences with students

How to Apply

Apply by email at and provide the following:

  • Short biography (300 words)

  • Resume

  • Class Proposal - Download

Arts Administration Associate Position


About OAC

Situated in a serene park setting and nestled in the woods just outside Orange High School in Pepper Pike, the Orange Art Center (OAC) is located in a former residence, built in the 1930s and later expanded with the addition of three new studio spaces. Initially offering art classes in 1980, the organization has welcomed students of all ages and skill levels from neighborhoods throughout Northeast Ohio into our community for more than 38 years.

The OAC has received an extensive renovation, new programming and re-branding as it entered a new chapter in August 2016 under the Orange City School District and is the newest Division of Orange Community Education and Recreation.

Job Description + Title

The Orange Art Center is seeking an Arts Administration Associate to join our creative team. This part-time position will be responsible for a variety of tasks and projects that will encompass aspects of: gallery exhibitions, programming, general office operations, events, fundraising, marketing and communications. This multi-tasking opportunity aligns best with a highly creative, motivated, detailed and organized individual. The ideal candidate would be experienced and skilled in writing content, customer service, Microsoft Office and Adobe Suite. The preferred requirement for this position is a Bachelor’s degree in liberal/visual arts, business and/or marketing and communications. The work hours and days are flexible and the compensation is competitive. This position will offer the benefits of being an Orange City School District employee. 

Please submit a cover letter and resume to We request no phone calls regarding this position. For more information about the Orange Art Center, please visit