Are you a Development Director who is passionate about art? Are you excited about the opportunity to support and grow the creative culture in downtown Reading? Do you want to be on the cusp of new and exciting ventures designed to enrich the lives of both city residents and visitors? If so, keep reading to learn more about the opportunity to become our new Development Director.
Wood Studio Technician
GoggleWorks Center for the Arts seeks a studio technician to oversee our wood studio. The technician is responsible for facilitating a range of arts education programs including: classes, workshops, tours, demonstrations, and other activities as assigned. Under the direction of the Programs Director, the technician manages the day-to-day operations of such programs while continuously analyzing for improvement. Performs curriculum development, implementation, budgeting, and reporting tasks that are relevant to all educational programming.
Enseñar en GoggleWorks
Aquí en GoggleWorks, siempre buscamos la manera de ampliar nuestra oferta educativa e introducir nuevas ideas y técnicas para nuestros estudiantes y la comunidad. Nuestra oferta educativa es tan buena como los artistas instructores que enseñan aquí.
Para ello, invitamos a los artistas instructores cualificados a proponer clases y/o talleres en cada uno de nuestros siete estudios de enseñanza, incluyendo: cerámica, vidrio caliente, vidrio templado, orfebrería, fotografía, grabado y carpintería. Para los instructores que enseñan fuera de estos medios, las clases y talleres sobre temas especiales nos permiten ir más allá de lo tradicional. Siempre buscamos exponer a nuestro alumnado a nuevos medios, métodos y materiales; nada está fuera de los límites.
Seeking Artist Instructors
Here at GoggleWorks, we are always looking to expand our educational offerings and introduce new ideas and techniques to our students and community. Our educational offerings are only as good as the artist instructors that teach here. To that end, we invite qualified artist instructors to propose classes and/or workshops in each of our seven teaching studios, including: ceramics, hot glass, warm glass, metalsmithing, photography, printmaking, and woodworking. For instructors who teach outside of these mediums, special topic classes and workshops enable us to move beyond the traditional. We are always looking to expose our student body to new mediums, methods, and materials; nothing is off limits.
GoggleWorks Center for the Arts is an equal opportunity employer regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or belief. Employment decisions are made without consideration of these or any other factors that are prohibited by law.