Opportunities at First City Art Center offer the chance to become an integral part of our work as a unique organization dedicated to community-minded arts and culture.
FCAC currently has opportunities available for the following:
Glass Arts Fellowship – Application Deadline: May 20th, 2018!
This 2-year fellowship opportunity is for glass artists looking for professional development in their body of work, and in the areas of arts education and community outreach. Ideal for recent MFA graduates, or professionals who wish to branch out from the traditional studio experience to gain a new perspective. This fellowship offers focused incubation in a community studio environment. Applicants must be self-motivated, have a great attitude, a strong service ethic, and a desire to create educational programs in glass that will sustain into the future.
Youth Art Program Instructor / Creatisphere Summer Camp
First City Art Center is accepting applications!
Arts Education Internship
The Arts Education Intern will gain experience working at a nonprofit art center under the direction of FCAC staff. The intern will assist with program planning, implementation of curriculum, and daily operations of the organization. The position may be tailored depending on the applicant’s major, experience, career interests, and skills. The Arts Education Internship provides an invaluable opportunity to explore career possibilities within the art field.
The Ceramics internship is a 6-month position that provides emerging clay artists with professional experience in an active, public-access studio. Working under the supervision of the Ceramics Studio Manager and Ceramics Instructors, the intern gains an in-depth understanding of maintenance and operation of a variety of ceramics equipment, assisting in recycling clay, mixing glazes, firing kilns and working with clay artists of all levels. Interns can expect to work up to 20 hours per week and should expect to lift up to 50 pounds in their regular duties. A monthly stipend and studio access are provided. Internship terms run from January 1-June 30, July 1-December 31.
Post-BFA Glass Internship
The Glass internship is a 6-month position that provides emerging glass artists with professional experience in an active, public-access studio. Working under the supervision of the Glass Studio Manager and Glass Arts Fellow, the intern gains an in-depth understanding of maintenance and operation of a variety of glass-working equipment, assisting in programming and working with glass makers of all levels. Interns can expect to work up to 20 hours per week and should expect to lift up to 50 pounds in their regular duties. A monthly stipend and studio access are provided.