February 26, 5:00-6:30 PMMetro Theater Company, 3311 Washington in Grand Center Simiya Sudduth, whose creative practice includes painting murals, will show examples of their work and explain how well-crafted agreements can avoid misunderstandings. Then Matt Belz, Clayton Plaza Law Group, will review a model mural commission agreement. REGISTER:https://vlaa.org/business-edge-registration/ LEARN MORE AT: When Public Art & […]
The Student Educator program is a paid gallery teaching opportunity open to Washington University undergraduate and graduate students in all majors. Student educators design and lead public tours on the Museum’s collection and exhibitions for the general public, PreK–12, higher education, and community audiences. Applications are due on April 15, 2024. Learn more and apply. […]
Visionaries, storytellers, disrupters—artists of all media have long imagined the future of our democracy. Drawing on the rich tradition of the arts as a catalyst for social change, the Atkin Residency in the Art of Democracy supports undergraduate WashU student artists to investigate the paradoxes, evolutions, histories, stories, and possibilities of U.S. democracy. Open to […]
The application can be found at https://tinyurl.com/OSEPInternSu23.
The Pulitzer Arts Foundation is currently seeking enrolled students of any level and any discipline from WashU, SLU, and Harris Stowe, to be part of our 2023-2024 Museum Educators Program. The Museum Educators Program is a year-long internship focused on strengthening interdisciplinary research, public speaking, and professional skills by learning educational aspects of working in […]
**Now due 11:59p Friday, December 23!**
The project team, “Reclaiming Historic Assets to Transform Communities” is seeking a focused and detail-oriented research assistant to aid in the project by preparing, summarizing results, and compiling work from undergraduate students amongst other materials. To be successful as an RA you must be able to manage multiple tasks by prioritizing more important duties and […]
The call for change and investment in healthy buildings has been consistent from health experts to building industry organizations and governments. Business owners and organizations worldwide –commercial real estate, schools, universities, sports teams – have tried to answer the key question: “How do I address building health in a sustainable way?”. On Wednesday, September 21, […]
Our 8yo daughter loves art–and her interest and abilities have already outstripped our knowledge. She attended Art Scope camp at Tower Grove Park for several weeks this summer and loved it, but during the school year, she would like more art. We hope to find a fine art student or graduate student to come to our […]
The Divided City is now accepting applications for two graduate fellowships in community engagement for AY 2022/23. These fellowships are open to Washington University in St. Louis graduate students in humanities departments as well as Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. The fellows will help set up the Divided City Sumner StudioLab, a […]
The Pulitzer Arts Foundation is seeking Museum Educators for the 2022-23 Museum Educators Program. QualificationsUndergraduate and Graduate students of all disciplines and backgrounds are encouragedto apply. Successful candidates will enjoy engaging with the public, have an inherent loveof learning, are creative thinkers, and have an interest in art. Experience teaching or abackground in art or […]
The Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is hosting Civic Action Week on September 25-30, 2022. This is a weeklong initiative to highlight civic engagement opportunities throughout Washington University—in relationship with local community, campus partners, and beyond. All week across campus, different faculty, staff, and community partners will host events and other opportunities to […]
Building Futures is seeking a full-time design build teacher and part-time design build teacher. Duties for both positions include teaching design and build classes. Candidates must be dedicated to helping teach BUILDING FUTURES students:• Discover their unique abilities• Learn the process of working in cycles, changing scales, incorporating knowledge base from other disciplinesMust be dedicated […]
Perception Isn’t Always Reality will engage Black teen and young adult artists to reevaluate messages they may have received about COVID and vaccinations and to evaluate the sources of the information. Through their own brand of urban storytelling that involves collaborative work in hip hop music and krump dance, videography, photography, and podcasting, the artists […]
It is Freedom Arts’ Giving Week, an opportunity to give back to a good cause after what felt to my email inbox like a weeklong Black Friday. Donate to help them reach their 5k goal and support diverse, equitable, and accessible art education programs in our city!
Winterfest is happening this Saturday, December 4, at 826 Union Blvd. Students from Freedom Arts Center afterschool programs and weekend workshops will be selling their work and performing. The artists keep two-thirds of the profit! Come out to buy some reasonably priced art for your dorm, enter a raffle, eat some local St. Louis food, […]
Building Futures is seeking multiple roles including Design and Build Teacher, Director of Education, and Executive Director. Organization Background The mission of Building Futures is to teach young people the skills needed to excel in the 21st century. This mission is being furthered by providing K-12 students design and build project-based classes in schools, online […]
St. Louis ArtWorks currently seeks experienced artists with disciplines in painting, mural, and tech/graphic design. Please email your cover letter & resume to Tyeler Hood, Program Manager. Questions? Call 314.899.9758.
Freedom Arts & Education Center runs After Sessions, an after-school program serving K12 students with quality after-school tutoring and intensive community arts training. Spend a few hours each week volunteering as a youth tutor, mentor, and/or teaching artist! Learn more here.
Building Futures teachers will instruct design and build classes for students ages 5 to 18. During the school week, teachers will work with young people at their schools and every Saturday there are morning and afternoon workshops at Building Futures. The full-time teacher would work 5 days each week. Teachers will be dedicated to allowing students […]
Perennial St. Louis is currently accepting proposals for the fall season. Looking for contracted teaching artists with skills in: -Candle Making-Upholstery-Soldering-Weaving-Macrame-Home Repair-Mending-Sewing Projects-Paper Arts-And more! Remember that Perennial’s mission is to teach DIY skills with a focus on sustainability and diverting waste from the landfill so project ideas should incorporate reused + and unwanted materials, […]
Creative Reaction Lab is hiring an Interaction Design Associate, Learning and Education Manager, Evaluation Coordinator, Curriculum Development Associate,and various VISTA positions. Learn more here.
Perennial is looking for two part-time positions, a marketing specialist and a woodshop specialist. Marketing Specialist Emphasis on social media including photos, copy, and scheduling. Some design experience is helpful. Part-time 15 hours a week at $15/hour. Find more here. Woodshop Specialist Some familiarity/experience with woodshop equipment, passion for teaching, working with beginners, and building […]
ArchCity Defenders is looking for someone to design and illustrate a ‘know your rights’ guide for tenants who are facing eviction. Pro Se is a Latin term which means “for oneself, by oneself” and in a legal setting, refers to people who represent themselves in court. This Housing Pro Se Guide is intended to share […]
The Foundry Art Centre is hiring two Education Interns to assist the Education Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, and Teachers with planning, organizing, and implementing Art Camp as well as two summer art events as a Foundry ambassador. IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Education Coordinator & Asst. Camp Director DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Complete required internship hours between, May […]
St. Louis non-profit Building Futures is hiring for a Technical Teacher. Building Futures was co-founded by WashU faculty member Gay Lorberbaum and operates an incredible workshop space for youth located in Old North St. Louis. Job Title: Part-Time Technical/Teacher Salary: $18/hr– $23 (Depending on Experience) Start Date: TBD Hours: 25 – 35 per week, flexible […]
The goal of the Mission: St. Louis is to eradicate poverty through empowering low-income individuals to be leaders in their lives, families, and neighborhoods. We focus on our efforts within the city of St. Louis, where there is a 28.8% poverty rate. The Digital Content & Design VISTA member will build the capacity of Mission: […]
Washington University in St. Louis | The Africa Initiative is inviting applicants to its pilot grant program which aims to advance collaborations in research and education between Washington University faculty members from any discipline and scholars at academic or professional partners based in Africa. Deadline: Applications must be submitted by email to email@example.com by noon […]