Queen City Clay is the region’s largest & oldest existing clay studio, gallery, and supply center focusing on education and promotion of the ceramic arts. Our 24,000 sq.ft. studio is home to hundreds of artists. From long-time professionals, to amateur artists, to new students just learning the art of ceramics, Queen City Clay is their home away from home. We strive to be a resource for ceramics artists and teachers across the tri- state. Through Classes, Workshops, Special Events and School Field Trips we are able to get clay in to the hands of nearly 2,500 people each year!

Queen City Clay is seeking on-call instructors for Special Events, Field Trips and Open Wheel Classes. Both Leads and Assistants needed.

Instructors will be responsible for leading or assisting with short term programs ranging from 1 to 4 hours at a time. Programs include beginning instruction in wheel throwing or hand building with clay.

Responsibilities Include:

Setting up studio for instruction, gathering necessary tools
Taking attendance during events
Lead or assist with instruction on basic wheel throwing or hand building techniques Ensure students properly clean stations and studio

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience working with clay in a studio or educational environment
Experience teaching or assisting with instruction in ceramic arts
Desire to introduce beginners to the clay experience and promote involvement in our community

Hours and Benefits:

Events are scheduled 7 days a week within the hours of 9 am and 9 pm. Regularly scheduled events include Open Wheel (Saturdays) and Field Trips during the school year (Weekday mornings). Instructors are on call and choose the events they are available to lead or assist. Must be willing to work a minimum of 3 events per month. Active instructors have the opportunity to use Queen City Clay facility.

To apply send resume or detailed letter of experience to hnauman@queencityclay.com

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