Jobs and Internships
Be Part of our Team.
Today, everything we do at the Richmond Art Center continues to breathe life into our founder Hazel Salmi’s original vision: That within every person lives an artist. Join the largest visual arts center in the East Bay and help us bring arts experiences to people of all ages.
AIC hires teaching artists on a rolling basis. If you are a practicing teaching artist interested in teaching in our off-site school and community-based programs, please fill out this application.
Richmond Art Center internships run on a 3-semester calendar: Fall (August/September through December/January), Spring (December/January through May/June) and Summer (May/June through August/September). Interns are expected to make a minimum commitment of 10-20 hours per week, for a minimum of 3 months. We accept both practical experience and student internships and are happy to work with any academic requirements to help the intern earn course credit for their efforts. Click on the internship titles below to learn more.