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.
Art in the Community
Art in the Community (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.
Youth Art Tours
Our Youth Art Tour Programs are designed to reach, empower, and transform individuals and communities through the creative exploration, experience and education of Art. Our Art Tour Teaching Artists lead students in inquiry based discussions to identify artistic concepts, terms and vocabulary using key Visual Thinking Strategies, lead students in an art making activity that allows for artistic response and reflection discussions.
Experienced Youth Teaching Artists interested in leading Art Tours with the Richmond Art Center should email the Studio Art Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Youth Art Tour Teaching Artist Opportunity.
Studio Art Education
The Richmond Art Center offers a rich variety of onsite studio education classes for adults and youth. Our legacy studios and mediums include weaving, small jewelry & metal arts, painting, drawing, printmaking and ceramics. We have expanded into new mediums like digital arts, and kilnformed glass.
Experienced Teaching Artists interested in teaching classes or workshops at the Richmond Art Center should contact the Studio Art Education Department at email@example.com with the subject line Studio Art Teaching Artist Opportunity.
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