Interested in teaching art? Fresh out of school and looking for a place to teach? Happen to specialize in drama and digital arts (Photoshop, Illustrator, digital photography)?
Become an ACP Teaching Artist! Create a curriculum around your specialized art medium and teach to a community of dedicated art-lovers. Be a part of something new by submitting a class proposal. Proposals are reviewed on an ongoing basis and if yours is selected, be the first to teach a medium outside of our status quo! Being an art instructor is also a way to make extra income for a working professional artist.
We currently need drama and digital media instructors. We accept teacher proposals on a rolling basis for our winter, spring, summer and fall semesters. To submit a proposal, please complete and submit the form below.
Arts Education is at the heart of the Art Council of Princeton’s mission. The dedication of our professional artist-educators allows us to offer programs reaching every facet of our diverse community. We continuously develop innovative programs to introduce new instructors and explore a range of varied media.
If you are interested in applying for a position as a drama or digital media instructor, please send email@example.com an email with heading “Arts Council of Princeton Instructor Search”, and include your resume and references.
*Submitting a proposal does not guarantee that the ACP will be running the class that semester.*
Thank you for your interest in teaching with us.
“The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.” Mark Van Doren
The Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) seeks to recruit and employ outstanding staff and instructors who will support and enhance the ACP’s mission. In accordance with that goal, some designated positions require that final candidates successfully complete a background check prior to being employed. Background checks, which may include a verification of employment history, Social Security number and a criminal records search, are normally completed before an offer of employment is made but may also take place after employment begins. The ACP will keep confidential all information gathered in background checks and will use the information solely for the purpose of establishing suitability for employment in a particular position.