We are currently hiring for these positions:
Filmmaking faculty artist for Summer 2019
Click here for job description. Application deadline: May 24.
Photography faculty artist for Fall 2019
Click here for job description. Application deadline: June 30.
Dance faculty artist for Fall 2019
In addition to hiring for specific positions, we have an ongoing open call for faculty applications. Read more below to find out how to apply.
Youth Art Exchange is dedicated to supporting its faculty of professional artists. Our practices for employing artists have been recognized by several San Francisco arts leaders as exemplary for supporting artists in the city. Our faculty is comprised of artists who are active in their practices in the Bay Area.
Artists are hired as part-time Youth Art Exchange employees with living wages, earning paid leave and other benefit accruals rather than as independent contractors, which is most common for arts programming. Additionally, Youth Art Exchange invests in the professional development of its faculty; compensation includes attendance at conferences, workshops, and coaching.
Faculty members are paid for 1:1 teaching and preparation time, as well as monthly faculty meetings, special events, field trips, and exhibitions. Academic year faculty work approximately 8-12 hours per week at $25-32 per hour, depending on experience. We aim for high faculty retention and most artists continue from session to session.
To be considered for a faculty position, please submit your resume and a cover letter describing your interest in the position, discipline and practice, vision for building a youth program in your discipline, dedication to working with youth in the arts, and relevant education and experience to email@example.com.
Qualified candidates are interviewed by Youth Art Exchange staff and asked to submit a proposed 13-week session outline. Our Youth Advisory Board interviews finalists and finalists are required to present a sample 15-minute session at this interview.