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Description: The Mosesian Center for the Arts is seeking qualified part-time teaching artists for children’s classes. The ideal candidate should be capable of offering innovative and highly creative classes in 2D and/or 3D disciplines, including ceramics, painting, drawing, mixed media and more. Weekly, 1.5 hour a day classes and intensive weekend workshops are offered to youth ranging from pre-school to high school. Qualifications: This position requires: - Prior visual art instruction of pre-K – high school age students - BFA,BA/BS or equivalent experience - Ability to implement successful methods of classroom management - A passion for implementing educational arts programming and strengthening current programming for children and teens - Excellent communication and organizational skills, which will be used to communicate with students and parents about the logistics, etc. How To Apply: To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to the Visual Arts Education Coordinator, Beth Dalal,bethdalal@mosesianarts.org. Apply by: January 31, 2017 About this Organization: The Mosesian Center for the Arts provides Greater Boston with an innovative environment for creating and presenting visual, literary, and performing arts for children and adults that encourage dynamic artistic collaboration while inviting the broadest possible audience to engage in the creative process. Teaching Artist - Adult Focus Description: The Mosesian Center for the Arts is seeking qualified part-time teaching artists for adult classes. The ideal candidate should be capable of offering innovative and highly creative classes in 2D and/or 3D disciplines, including ceramics, painting, drawing, mixed media and more. Weekly classes and intensive weekend workshops are offered. Qualifications: This position requires: - Prior experience in adult visual art instruction - BFA,BA/BS or equivalent experience - A passion for implementing educational arts programming and strengthening current programming for creative adults - Excellent communication and organizational skills How To Apply: To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to the Visual Arts Education Coordinator, Beth Dalal,bethdalal@mosesianarts.org. Apply by: January 31, 2017 About this Organization: The Mosesian Center for the Arts provides Greater Boston with an innovative environment for creating and presenting visual, literary, and performing arts for children and adults that encourage dynamic artistic collaboration while inviting the broadest possible audience to engage in the creative process.
Watertown Children’s Theatre seeks Teaching Artists to join our corps of faculty for our spring and summer seasons and beyond. Classes range from pre-school age through high school students and include on-site classes and after-school enrichment classes in all areas of drama and theatrical production. WCT Teaching Artists coordinate, develop, and implement performing arts educational programs to reach a broad and diverse audience.
This position requires:
- Prior drama/dance and/or music instruction of pre-K – high school age students
- BFA or equivalent experience
- Ability to implement successful methods of classroom management, in addition to upholding the WCT mission, which is "to foster self discovery, creativity, confidence, group responsibility, and pride in accomplishment, as well as the development of skills in an enjoyable, non-competitive environment.”

Internships

WCT accepts internship applications on a rolling basis. Internships are available for most WCT programs. Please visit our programs page to learn more about current/future programs. If you have questions about interning please contact the WCT staff at opportunities@wctmail.org. To apply please download and complete the WCT Internship Application form and return to opportunities@wctmail.org.

Apprenticeships

Watertown Children's Theatre seeks college level Apprentices for their 2016-2017 Production Programming Season. This is a wonderful opportunity for current students interested in gaining real world experience in technical and educational theatre. Experience working with children required for all positions. To apply, please send a cover letter outlining the apprenticeships you are interested in and resume to Producing Director, Meghan Hill at meghan@wctmail.org.

Volunteer

WCT always has a production, class or project in the works! We would love for you to join us as a volunteer. For more information on current volunteer opportunities please email the WCT Staff at opportunities@wctmail.org.

Non-WCT Auditions

Check here periodically for outside audition notices we receive!
To participate in WCT auditions, see the WCT Programs page.
Please note that opportunities posted below are not WCT sponsored productions. The schedule of the advertised production may or may not conflict with WCT programming.  If you are enrolled/planning to enroll in a current/upcoming WCT program and wish to pursue a non-WCT audition opportunity, we strongly advise that you do so with full awareness of the WCT program schedule to ensure adherence to WCT's attendance policy.

In Screen Gem’s gritty crime drama PROUD MARY, the pivotal, demanding, co-starring role of DANNY, which will be opposite TARAJI P. HENSON as MARY, requires a young actor capable of exceptional depth, substance and range. Danny possesses a great inner-strength, and has an old soul. We are open to experienced actors from film, and TV, and new actors who can handle the emotional material (actors with a background in theatre). Email production@wctmail.org to get more info including the CONFIDENTIAL script, sides, and self-tape instructions for the role of DANNY. Please do not share the script with anyone not auditioning for the role, and we ask that any actor who is given the script respects the confidentiality of the material.