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Vision

Lux Art Institute is redefining the museum experience to make art more accessible and personally meaningful.

Mission

At Lux, you don’t just see finished works of art; you see the artistic process firsthand, observing internationally recognized artists in a working studio environment. Lux education programs support community in developing a creative voice through exploration, experimentation, and discovery.

As part of this mission, Lux works to:

SUPPORT

Support emerging and established artists in the development of new projects through a seasonal residency program.

Exhibit

Exhibit finished works from Lux residencies alongside the artist’s other works.

engage

Engage the community to foster an appreciation of the living artist and creative process.

Encourage

Encourage creative and critical thinking through inquiry, reflection, and discussion of contemporary art practices.

Implement

Implement a project-based learning method with the philosophy that the process is as significant as the final artwork.

Nurture

Nurture interdisciplinary learning by integrating new media and common core principles into our onsite and outreach programs.

History

In 1998, a group of San Diego area art patrons and philanthropists joined with Reesey Shaw, the founding Director of the California Center for the Arts Museum, to discuss how they might encourage a better understanding of visual art in the San Diego community. They agreed that what was needed was something more than a typical museum; they envisioned a place where visitors would be directly exposed to the artistic process in a way that immediately engaged viewers and demystified visual art.

The vision began to take shape when Ramona Sahm joined the board as president and donated one million dollars in seed money. The founders named the new endeavor Lux, Latin for “light,” and began working to build a facility that would bring national and international artists to Southern California to realize commissioned works on site and in the public eye.

After choosing a scenic setting in coastal Encinitas as the home for Lux, the founders learned that the site was once named Lux Canyon, after the Lux family who had settled the area at the turn of the nineteenth century. They knew it was meant to be.

Even as Lux worked to build its permanent facility, the institute’s vision began to take shape as a “museum without walls.” A series of permanent installations around the Lux grounds offered visitors a sense of the uncommon experience to come. In 2000, Lux began its educational outreach initiative with the Valise Project, which continues today.

In 2007, the institute’s first permanent structure, the Artist Pavilion, opened to the public and welcomed its first artist-in-residence. The Educational Pavilion followed in 2014, giving a permanent home to Lux educational programs and exhibits by established local artists. Today, Lux is a destination for San Diego County, a place where visitors find creativity at work and creativity within themselves.

Location

Location

buildings

A place to create, experience, and live art, Lux Art Institute includes two separate buildings.

The Lux Artist Pavilion combines residence, studio, administrative and exhibition areas, offering resident artists a flexible space for creation during their stay and allowing visitors to see artists at work in the studio. Designed by architect Renzo Zecchetto, the Artist Pavilion incorporates a variety of water and energy saving strategies to reduce its impact on the local environment, and was the first art museum in California awarded LEED certification for new construction. The Artist Pavilion also received a Grand Orchid award in 2008 from the San Diego Architectural Foundation.

The Education Pavilion, designed by architect and former Lux board member Anne Sneed, provides a vibrant space for creativity, education and community that serves all of San Diego County. The 7,000-square-foot building features four large classrooms, one big enough to hold 100 people for conferences, lectures and film screenings, as well as an artist’s workshop, digital lounge and administrative offices.

Environment

Where Art Meets Nature

Lux Art Institute is located on a four-acre parcel overlooking the San Elijo Lagoon, a stunning backdrop for artistic exploration and appreciation. The buildings are surrounded by a wildlife preserve which stretches two miles to the Pacific Ocean and hosts a number of commissioned on-site installations for visitors to explore.

Lux is committed to maintaining the native habitat at the campus. The native plants in the spacious one-acre gardens, landscaped by Schmidt Design Group, require approximately fifty percent less water than traditional garden plants, and the bioswale reduces surface runoff. The gardens, which include hardwood bridges and a tiered amphitheater, are open to Lux visitors and are available to the community for events, concerts and outdoor classes.

Board

Board of Directors

The Lux Board of Directors includes a wide range of San Diego art patrons and philanthropists with a variety of expertise and backgrounds, all committed to the Lux vision of redefining the museum experience to make visual art more accessible and personally meaningful. Their leadership and collaboration makes possible the unique artist residency and expansive educational programs that define the institute. The dedication of Lux Board Members also ensures the ongoing development of Lux Art Institute as a vibrant cultural center for San Diego County and beyond.

Staff

Reesey Shaw

Director

Reesey Shaw is the founding Director of Lux Art Institute, an art organization whose vision is to make visual art more accessible and personally meaningful by providing access to living artists as they create new works and developing project‐based education programs that promote exploration, experimentation and discovery.

A graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art, Shaw received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Fine Art. She began her career as an artist and art historian, lecturing at Claremont Graduate University, University of California, San Diego and Morgan State University in Baltimore.

Upon moving to La Jolla, California in the 1970s, Shaw exhibited at galleries and museums locally, as well as in Los Angeles and New York. In the mid‐‘80s her personal work evolved to include curatorial and administrative ideas that she cultivated as head of the gallery for the Felicita Foundation. In 1994, Ms. Shaw became the founding Director of the California Center for the Arts Museum, where she first presented artists with the opportunity to create works on site.

That idea has found full expression at Lux Art Institute, where thanks to the support of local art patrons and philanthropists, Ms. Shaw assumed the position of founding Director in 1998. Under Shaw’s leadership, Lux has evolved from an innovative vision to a full‐blown reality. Lux’s first permanent facility, the Artist Pavilion, opened in 2007, offering artists from all over the world a place to live and work. The Education Pavilion, a 7,000‐square‐foot building with four classrooms, an artist’s workshop, digital lab and administrative offices, was completed in 2014.

This distinct institution was established in response to a need both for accessible contemporary art and for a visual arts cultural and educational presence in San Diego’s vibrant North County. The Lux grounds ‐ the Artist Pavilion, Education Pavilion and gardens – together have established a creative, inviting space where art lives and changes lives.

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Reesey Shaw
Director
rshaw@luxartinstitute.org

Ernesto Gonzalez
Marketing & Events Manager
egonzalez@luxartinstitute.org

Aubrey Hanson
Operations Manager
ahanson@luxartinstitute.org

ADVANCEMENT STAFF

Kate Beaver
Development Manager
kbeaver@luxartinstitute.org

Victor Sanchez
Visitor Services Representative 
visitorservices@luxartinstitute.org

Sheri Coury
Visitor Services Representative 
membership@luxartinstitute.org

CURATORIAL STAFF

Guusje Sanders
Curatorial Assistant
gsanders@luxartinstitute.org

EDUCATION STAFF

Jesse Kerr 
Teaching Artist

Erick Perez
Teaching Artist - Valise
eperez@luxartinstitute.org

Carla Roemer
Teaching Artist - Luxcursion
croemer@luxartinstitute.org

Employment

Thank you for your interest in Lux Art Institute. See below to learn more about available job and internship opportunities.

Lux seeks qualified and creative candidates whose talents will support the institute’s mission and long‐term goals. To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to info@luxartinstitute.org, with “Human Resources” in the subject. We kindly request no phone calls or in‐person applications. 

Equal opportunity employer: Lux Art Institute provides all persons with equal employment practices and opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran or marital status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

 

Education coordinator

Lux Art Institute, a non-profit visual art organization in Encinitas, has an immediate opening for an Education Coordinator to provide critical support in bringing the organization to the next level. The successful candidate will have 2-4 years experience in program coordination and a degree in art or background in teaching. The right candidate is motivated by every opportunity to inspire creativity and build interesting and engaging programs in line with Lux's mission.

This is a full-time position that requires a great and outgoing attitude and a strong work ethic. Flexible work schedule including some weekends and evenings will be required.

This is an exciting period of growth to join Lux Art Institute as we strategically plan for Lux’s 11th Anniversary Season. If you think you are the right candidate please submit your cover letter, resume, salary history and references to info@luxartinstitute.org subject line ‘Education Coordinator.’

This is a full-time non-exempt position offering health benefits and paid time off. Pay is commensurate with experience.

We look forward to meeting you!


RESPONSIBILITIES

TEACHING

• Assist in developing curriculum and art projects for all onsite education programs

• Act as lead teacher for Summer Art Camp; coordinate Summer Art Camp art show

• Lead Kids-in-Residence and other after school programs as necessary

• Lead Valise Project lessons as necessary

EDUCATION DEPT. COORDINATION

• Process inquiries, scheduling, payment, and registration for all education programs

• Take the lead on organization and maintenance of education spaces

• Oversee art supply inventory, organization, purchasing and donations

• Oversee and implement technologies that develop visitor engagement and audience participation, including iPad applications, Lux Kids blogging and social media

• Manage volunteer program recruitment, hiring training, retention, and evaluation

• Supervise and/or support onsite classes and programs (Luxcursions, tours, Kids-in-Residence, Art Out Loud, Family Day, Summer Art Camp, Studio Series) as assigned

• Field education related inquiries

• Work cross- departmentally to promote and sell Lux programs


QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor’s Degree with degree in art preferred

• Creative and service-oriented; Experience in growing program loyalty

• Strong verbal and written communication and presentation skills a must

• Ability to write appropriate, concise and effective correspondence with constituents

• Strong Knowledge of Social Media and Web Technologies

• Ability to balance multiple tasks and meet deadlines

• Deep interest in contemporary visual art

• Strong documentation, organizational and collaboration skills

• Working knowledge of nonlinear editing, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator a plus

• Knowledge of arts & culture in San Diego is recommended

• Must have sense of humor


TO APPLY

Please email your resume, cover letter, writing sample, and three references to info@luxartinstitute.org. No calls please.

INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT OFFICER

Lux Art Institute, a non-profit visual art organization in Encinitas, has an immediate opening for an Institutional Advancement Officer (IAO) to provide critical support in bringing the organization to the next level. This position reports to the Director and exhibits a true commitment to the mission of the organization. The IAO is responsible for planning, executing, and evaluating fundraising and development initiatives. With the Director, the IAO establishes Lux's fundraising priorities and objectives. The IAO then creates fundraising strategies to meet specific program goals; identifies and profiles current and potential corporate, individual, and foundation prospects; develops and cultivates positive relations with donors and prospects; and with the Director, Deputy Director and Board members, solicits and stewards major donors.

This is a full-time position that requires a great and outgoing attitude and a strong work ethic. Flexible work schedule including some weekends and evenings will be required.

This is an exciting period of growth to join Lux Art Institute as we strategically plan for Lux’s 11th Anniversary Season. If you think you are the right candidate please submit your cover letter, resume, salary history and references to info@luxartinstitute.org subject line ‘Institutional Advancement Officer".

This is a full-time non-exempt position offering health benefits and paid time off. Pay is commensurate with experience.

We look forward to meeting you!


RESPONSIBILITIES

Administrative

• Create and implement a comprehensive strategic development plan

• Allocate resources effectively and supervise development associates

• Ensure timely preparation and follow-up for solicitation and grant writing

• Coordinate production of all fundraising literature and website content

• Oversee management of the eTapestry donor database; set policies and procedures for retention of data and reporting; maintain data security and quality controls

• Assist in training board members in development best practices and engage them in various fundraising initiatives

 

Development

Plan and execute strategic fundraising for Lux's annual operations and special projects (including capital needs) through:

• Annual Fund

• Major Gifts and Donor Prospect research

• Donor Stewardship

• Corporate and Individual Sponsorships

• Grant Requests and Awards

• Planned Giving

• Capital Campaign

• Advancement Events

• Corporate and Individual Sponsorships

• Grant Requests and Awards

 

Membership

• Supervise the successful strategic planning, development, and implementation of Lux's membership program

• Ensure proper recognition of members at various levels

• Plan, direct, and attend member events and donor receptions

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Education & experience

• A Bachelor's degree required (with graduate training preferred) in professionally appropriate field

• CFRE certification a plus

• 5 to 7 years professional experience within a nonprofit organization, ideally a cultural organization

• Successful track record in securing sponsorships and gifts in the $25,000 - $75,000 range

 

Skills & knowledge requirements

• In-depth knowledge of fundraising strategies

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Superior interpersonal and leadership skills to collaborate effectively with Lux constituencies, volunteers, and staff

• Proven organizational skills: ability to schedule and complete multiple short-term and long-term tasks

• Ability to reassess priorities and flexibility to meet changing deadlines and To-Do lists

• Entrepreneurial self-starter with independent work style

• Proficient in software such as Microsoft Office Suite and eTapestry donor software

 

TO APPLY

Please email your resume, cover letter, and three references to info@luxartinstitute.org. No calls please.

DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE

Lux Art Institute, a non-profit visual art organization in Encinitas, has an immediate opening for a Development Associate to provide critical support in bringing the organization to the next level. The successful candidate will have 2-4 years experience in developing creative strategies to grow membership and attendance, the execution of fundraising events, and cultivating individual giving. The right candidate is motivated by every opportunity to generate funds for the organization, with connecting with the constituency and Lux donors in a meaningful way as a priority. This is a full-time position that requires a great and outgoing attitude and a strong work ethic. Flexible work schedule including some weekends and evenings will be required.

This is an exciting period of growth to join Lux Art Institute as we strategically plan for Lux's 11th Anniversary Season. If you think you are the right candidate please submit your cover letter, resume, salary history and references to info@luxartinstitute.org subject line ‘Development Associate.’

This is a full-time non-exempt position offering health benefits and paid time off. Salary is commensurate with experience.

We look forward to meeting you!


RESPONSIBILITIES

Membership Lead

• Serve as liaison between members and Lux by cultivating and corresponding with members in person, by email, by phone, by mail, and in person

• Develop and follow procedures to welcome new members to ensure engagement throughout their first year

• Reach out to all lapsing memberships by scheduling appropriate renewal reminders by email, phone, and mail

• Organize and execute bulk mailings throughout the year as needed

• Work with the Development Manager to set annual goals, strategies and campaigns on how to cultivate, steward, and engage lapsed, current and potential members

• Push upcoming events with targeted messaging for members

• Oversee staff processing of all incoming membership revenue through eTapestry

• Build new member welcome packet, including welcome letter, membership cards, and ticket vouchers, and mail within one week of member sign-up

• Provide monthly membership reports for board meetings

Special Events

As part of the Gala team, coordinate the planning and execution of Lux's annual Gala 'Lux After Dark'

As part of the Events team, coordinate the planning and execution of membership events including artist opening receptions and Studio Series lectures

General Development Support:

Provide development and fundraising support throughout the year including generating leads on grant research and maintaining the grant portfolio.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor’s Degree with 4+ years in Marketing, Sales, and/or Membership experience

• Creative and service-oriented; Experience in growing audience loyalty

• Strong verbal and written communication and presentation skills a must

• Ability to write appropriate, concise and effective copy to engage a variety of audiences

• Strong Knowledge of eTapestry CRM

• Strong Knowledge of Social Media and Web Technologies

• Ability to balance multiple tasks and meet deadlines

• Deep interest in visual art and community building

• Strong documentation, organizational and collaboration skills

• Working knowledge of nonlinear editing, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator a plus

• Knowledge of arts & culture in San Diego is recommended

• Must have sense of humor

TO APPLY

Please email your resume, cover letter, writing sample, and three references to info@luxartinstitute.org. No calls please.

PART-TIME GRANT WRITER

This is a part-time hourly position reporting to the Director and Institutional Advancement Officer. Responsible for writing proposals for both unrestricted operating revenue and restricted projects and for submitting timely and accurate reports for all existing grant-funded projects.

This is an exciting period of growth to join the Lux team as we strategically plan for Lux’s 11th Anniversary Season. If you think you are the right candidate please submit your cover letter, resume, three writing samples and references to info@luxartinstitute.org subject line ‘P/T Grant Writer’.

We look forward to meeting you!

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation and corporate sources

• Perform prospect research on foundation and corporations to evaluate prospects for corporate and foundation grants

• Work with finance to gather information necessary to report to corporate/foundation funders on current grant programs

• Comply with all grants reporting as required by corporate/foundation donors

• Understanding of institutional history and programs

• Make appointment for Director and Institutional Advancement Officer with foundation officers and other prospects, arrange for onsite tours for supporters (foundation officers, foundation trustees)

• Maintain current records in database and in paper files, including grant tracking and reporting

• Track statistics relevant to development and provide department with written materials necessary for donor stewardship (visitor numbers and diversity, education program attendance, etc.)

• Work with Institutional Advancement Officer to provide development input for all written institutional materials (including Annual Report, Lux Newsletter)

Knowledge and Skills

• Strong written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals

• Strong editing skills

• Attention to detail

• Ability to meet deadlines

• Knowledge of fundraising information sources

• Experience with proposal writing and institutional donors

• Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies

• Knowledge and familiarity with research techniques for fundraising prospect research

• Strong contributor in team environments

Qualifications

• Minimum of two years experience with grant writing

• BA in Art History or related field a plus

• Previous experience with non-profit fundraising

• Experience working in deadline-driven environments

• Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines

• Able to monitor and meet income goals

 

TO APPLY

Please email your resume, cover letter, three writing samples and three references to info@luxartinstitute.org with subject line 'P/T Grant Writer'. No calls please.

VISITOR SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

Lux Art Institute, a non-profit visual art organization in Encinitas, seeks to fill multiple positions for Visitor Services Representatives to perform overall visitor services duties which include the daily monitoring and care of the Institute's studio and Education Pavilion, acting as point of sale for on site programming, and interacting with the public to ensure that the visitor experience at Lux is productive, informative and enjoyable. The successful candidate will have prior customer service experience, and show demonstrated interest in contemporary art and museum environments, be responsible and trustworthy, with strong communication and interpersonal skills.

This is a part-time hourly position including weekend, holiday, and occasional evening shifts. Part-time positions available on an ongoing, as needed basis.

This is an exciting period of growth to join the Lux team as we strategically plan for Lux’s 11th Anniversary Season. If you think you are the right candidate please submit your cover letter, resume, salary history and references to info@luxartinstitute.org subject line ‘Visitor Services Representative’.

We look forward to meeting you!

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Prepare studio, gallery & front desk for open hours.

• Create & manage a superb visitor experience, by welcoming visitors at the admissions desk during open hours and events.

• Act as a Lux spokesperson, educate visitors about the current resident artist, upcoming events and residencies, studio rules, the building, membership, and Lux store.

• Ensure an efficient, safe and quality guest experience for individuals and groups.

• Build and maintain rapport with visitors, members, donors, and media to cater the visitor experience to their needs.

• Push upcoming events with targeted messaging for members.

• Maintain cashbox, record and deposit all admission and membership revenue.

• Maintain accurate record log for attendance (day, weekly, monthly, seasonally).

• Provide programmatic support for special events, education programs, and general museum activities.

Knowledge and Skills

• Bachelor’s Degree preferred; prior customer service experience a must

• Creative and service-oriented; Experience in growing audience loyalty

• Strong verbal and written communication and presentation skills a must

•Strong Knowledge of eTapestry or other CRM database preferred

• Strong Knowledge of Social Media and Web Technologies

• Ability to use a multi-line phone system and transfer phone calls

• Deep interest in visual arts preferred

• Knowledge of arts & culture in San Diego is recommended

• Must have sense of humor

TO APPLY

Please email your resume, cover letter, and three references to info@luxartinstitute.org with subject line 'Visitor Services'. No calls please.

TEACHING ARTIST - ADJUNCT FACULTY

Lux Teaching Artists are important members of the Lux Art Institute's education team, reporting to the Education Manager, who teach new art programs in the Education Pavilion.

This is an exciting period of growth to join Lux Art Institute as we strategically plan for Lux’s 11th Anniversary Season. Lux’s Education Programs are central to Lux’s mission, and launched in 2001 with our outreach program, the Valise project. Teaching Artists will play a critical role in creating new and inspiring programs that pair with Lux’s innovative residency program. If you think you are the right candidate please submit your cover letter, resume, salary history and references to info@luxartinstitute.org subject line ‘Teaching Artist’.

We look forward to meeting you!


Responsibilities

Lux Art Institute is currently seeking part-time and seasonal Teaching Artists to fill the growing demand of our outreach and onsite education programs. The Teaching Artist reports to the Education Manager, and staff currently scheduled programs or develop and teach new classes based on level of teaching experience. Teaching Artists should have demonstrated experience in visual arts and be passionate about teaching.


Onsite education programs (September - June)

Instructor for a variety of education programs, dependent on skill level and experience.

Work with Education Department staff to develop challenging and unique art projects for education programs (Luxcursions, Kids-in-Residence).

camp programs (fall, winter, spring)

Plan weekly curriculum and create project samples and detailed lesson plans with supply lists.

Act as a Camp Instructor for a specified age group during Lux's seasonal camp programs, leading students in a variety of projects, discussions and activities related to each week's topic.

Organize and store completed artwork in preparation for art show; assist with coordination of student art show, in collaboration with education team to showcase work created throughout the program.

Complete a camp evaluation.

General

Act as a positive spokesperson for Lux, promoting current programs, events and exhibitions.

Align teaching practices to Lux's Education Mission.

Prepare, maintain, organize, clean classroom and art supplies.

Responsible for set-up and clean up before and after classes.

Assist with art supply ordering.

Assist with other education related projects as assigned.

Ideal candidate will possess the following

A bachelor's degree required in professionally appropriate field (Art Education, Museum Education, Liberal Studies, or Studio Art)

Experience in the classroom using inquiry-based learning and contemporary art practices

Prior teaching experience required

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Knowledge and understanding of contemporary art

benefits summary

Teaching artists work as hourly non-exempt employees or are contracted dependent on level of experience. Hours are contingent on teaching schedule.

TO APPLY

Please submit cover letter, resume, example lesson plan or RFP, references and salary history to info@luxartinstitute.org. No phone calls please.

INTERNSHIP - ADMINSTRATION

 

This internship (10-15 hours/week) provides administrative support to the Lux team. This internship includes a variety of different tasks within the institution and is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is interested in learning more about non-profits or museum management.

The position reports to the development department.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Assists with secretarial duties: filing, organization of database, and phone support.

Supports the Development Team through a variety tasks such as: membership processing, events assistance, and operations.

Assists with everyday tasks within the office.

QUALIFICATIONS

Organized with excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to multi-task

Strong attention to detail

Must have personal transportation

Familiarity with Microsoft Office platforms, Adobe Creative Suite and other technological platforms

College Student or BA

Can offer college credit or course credit

TO APPLY

Please email your resume to info@luxartinstitute.org

INTERNSHIP - CURATORIAL

This internship (10-15 hours/week) supports the curatorial department with preparing exhibitions. This position is ideal for a student who is interested in a non-profit curatorial position.

The position reports to the curatorial department.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Work with our artist files and perform research on artists, learning art history and current trends.

QUALIFICATIONS

Organized with excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to multi-task

Strong attention to detail

Must have personal transportation

Familiarity with Microsoft Office platforms, Adobe Creative Suite and other technological platforms

CRM experience preferred

Knowledge of basic accounting

College Student or BA

Can offer college credit or course credit

TO APPLY

Please email your resume to gsanders@luxartinstitute.org

INTERNSHIP - DEVELOPMENT

This internship (10-15 hours/week) supports the development department with data entry for Lux’s Spring Campaign preparation. This position is ideal for a student who is interested in non-profit development.

The position reports to the development department.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Phone call solicitations and constituent outreach under supervision

Assists with maintenance of Lux’s database for 2017

Produces weekly data driven reports to assist department in strategic planning

QUALIFICATIONS

Organized with excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to multi-task

Strong attention to detail

Must have personal transportation

Familiarity with Microsoft Office platforms, Adobe Creative Suite and other technological platforms

CRM experience preferred

Knowledge of basic accounting

College Student or BA

Can offer college credit or course credit

TO APPLY

Please email your resume to development@luxartinstitute.org

INTERNSHIP - EDUCATION

This internship (10-15 hours/week) provides administrative and teaching support to the education department. This position is ideal for a student who is interested in non-profit art education.

The position reports to the education department.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Assists lead educator with classroom set for each program.

Acts as a teaching assistant for outreach and youth after school programs.

Works with the Education Coordinator on education related administration duties.

QUALIFICATIONS

Organized with excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to multi-task

Strong attention to detail

Must have personal transportation

Familiarity with Microsoft Office platforms, Adobe Creative Suite and other platforms

At least 1 year of teaching experience

Experience in studio art courses

College Student or BA

Can offer college credit or course credit

TO APPLY

For consideration please email your resume to education@luxartinstitute.org