Phoenix Center for the Arts Seeking Art Class and Workshop Proposals
By Lisa Padilla -
Monday Feb 15, 2021
Phoenix Center for the Arts is seeking proposals from teaching artists for innovative, short-duration creative classes and workshops in a variety of mediums. The call is for classes of any duration and frequency, with a focus on one or two-day classes and workshops, lasting approximately two to three hours. Proposals can be submitted on the Teaching Artist Opportunities page at phoenixcenterforthearts.org.
The Center is accepting proposals for classes from artists of all mediums, and presentation formats including online, in-studio, or outside at the Center, and on-location offerings.
Specific class calls include but are not limited to:
â€¢ Culinary Arts (Online)
â€¢ Digital Content (music, video, animation, graphic design, etc)
â€¢ Multi-disciplinary Classes (i.e. writing+painting or improv+drawing)
â€¢ On-location Outdoor Workshops (sketch in the park, city photography)
â€¢ Hybrid Outdoor/Digital (from photo to studio or from sketchbook to studio)
â€¢ Intro to Specific Materials (ex. watercolor pencils, pastels, collage, sketchbooks, etc.)
Call for Classes Details:
â€¢ Complete a Teaching Artist Interest Form
â€¢ Attach a Class Proposal Form to the Teaching Artist Interest Form
â€¢ Deadline for submissions: Friday, February 26, 2021, by 5 p.m. (MST)
â€¢ Visit phoenixcenterforthearts.org/jobs-opportunities/teaching-artist-opportunities for additional details, submission and interest forms.
Phoenix Center for the Arts accepts applications for teaching artists year-round, contracting with qualified teaching artists to provide quality classes, programs, and events to our community.
About Phoenix Center for the Arts and Central Arts Alliance
Phoenix Center for the Arts is a Central Arts Alliance facility located adjacent to Hance Park, at 1202 N Third Street in Downtown Phoenix. Central Arts Alliance is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, providing arts and culture opportunities for all through education, programming, and advocacy. Phoenix Center for the Arts is proud to be a facility of and supported by the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department. Phoenix Center for the Arts is supported in part by an award from the Arizona Commission on the Arts, an agency of the State of Arizona. Partial funding provided by the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture through appropriations from the Phoenix City Council.
Health & Safety
In order to provide a safe creative space for students, Phoenix Center for the Arts is continuing health and safety protocols, originally implemented during the fall 2020 sessions, for all in-person programming. Protocols taken by PCA to create a safe and welcoming environment include, but are not limited to:
â€¢ Smaller class sizes to allow for 6-feet of social distance between students
â€¢ Limiting classrooms to hosting 2 classes per day
â€¢ 2-hour cleaning periods between each class
â€¢ Staggered class start times to reduce contact
â€¢ Mask requirements for staff, teaching artists, and students
â€¢ Outdoor check-in tables
â€¢ Multiple hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility
Additional information on PCA Health & Safety protocols can be found at https://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/health-safety/