PT Faculty POOL – Photography


The College seeks candidates who exhibit an understanding and commitment to the community college mission, and who have a passion for commitment to student success. The position encompasses the following professional responsibilities and competencies:


  • Commitment to serving the needs of the student, department, college, and community.
  • Collaboration across disciplines and utilization of student support resources.
  • May participate in department, division, college committees, and participatory governance activities.
  • May participate in curriculum and program development.
  • Work collegially and collaboratively within the college community.
  • Participation in ongoing professional development.


  • Ability to create a dynamic learning environment that values instructor/student interaction.
  • Ability to effectively engage with and facilitate authentic learning for students of diverse backgrounds, cultures, and experiences.
  • Ability to adapt teaching pedagogy to the knowledge of each individual and class.
  • Ability to self-reflect and respond to an evidence-based assessment of student learning.
  • Demonstrated experience and commitment to integrating new technologies into the learning process, including but not limited to interactive technologies for on campus and on-line courses.
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

Salary: $59.61 – $86.62 Hourly

Benefits: Academic Part-time employees receive commensurate sick leave per contract.


A complete application packet includes the following:

1. A complete and detailed Long Beach Community College District Online Employment Application,

2. A current resume or curriculum vitae,

3. A cover letter,

4. Complete transcripts of ALL lower and upper division and graduate level college/university course work (need not be official). Transcripts from countries other than the United States must be evaluated by an agency that is a member of the National Association of Credentials Evaluation Service (NACES).if applicable),

5. A list of three references (included on application or uploaded as an attachment)

My application packet is complete. I understand that failure to submit a detailed and complete application packet will disqualify me from being considered for this position and once application is submitted no documents can be added afterwards by LBCC staff on your behalf.

02 This position requires you to live and be a California resident. If you currently live outside of California, if offered the position, are you willing to relocate?

To Apply and for more information visit here by December 3, 2023 with a resume, cover letter, references, and college transcripts.


Creative Crosswalk and Intersection Asphalt Murals – Request for Proposals

Applications for the Creative Crosswalks Mural Program are now open.

Apply before the deadline of November 17, 2023, at 5:00 PM PST.

Artist stipend ranging from $1,000 – $15,000 based on the size and scope of the project.

The Library, Arts & Culture Department (Library) and the Arts & Culture Commission (ACC) are requesting proposals from qualified candidates who are interested in submitting design concepts for various locations in the City of Glendale with the intention of enhancing traffic safety in creative ways. These projects are in partnership with the Public Works Department, with the goal of incorporating civic art into daily life. Artists and/or Artist Teams are encouraged to submit proposals for creative crosswalk projects listed below:

PROJECT #1: Artsakh Ave. Re-Development Project
PROJECT #2: San Fernando Road Beautification Project

The individual project budgets range from $1,000 – $15,000 based on the size and scope of the project. The project budget is for producing a design concept rendering only. The City will hire and use a General Contractor— who will perform construction or rehabilitation of the street, intersection, and/ or crosswalk at the project locations before the murals are installed — to perform the mural installation/painting of the crosswalk and/or intersection. Therefore, Artists and/or Artist Teams should not include in the project budget the cost of materials and labor to install/paint the murals.

Artists and/or Artist Teams are encouraged to attend a Pre-Proposal Meeting with City Staff on
Monday, October 30, 2023 from 11:00 a.m. –12:00 p.m. (via Microsoft Teams Meeting) to inquire about the projects and/or ask specific questions pertaining to the projects. Please RSVP by Friday, October 27th at 5:00 p.m. for the Pre-Proposal Meeting by emailing in order to receive the Microsoft Teams Meeting login information.

Artists of all artistic genres, arts organizations, or schools may submit proposals. The Library and the ACC are committed to amplifying cultural voices through a lens of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Antiracism(IDEA), and encourage artists of all cultural backgrounds to consider applying for this opportunity.

The Creative Crosswalks project is a partnership initiative by the Glendale Library, Arts & Culture,
Glendale Arts & Culture Commission, and the
Public Works Department.

Visit here to read the guidelines and eligibility and to apply.

Call for Coachella Valley Based Artists


Artist-run SVZ Gallery seeks submissions from Coachella Valley based female artists working in metal, glass, and jewelry design for exhibition opportunities in 2024.

To Apply, please send a PDF or online portfolio to with links to social media accounts and website by April 1, 2024.

SVZ Gallery is owned and operated by Coachella Valley based painter Susan Van Zaig. The gallery plans to open in December 2023 at El Paseo in Palm Desert.

Teaching Artist


Pasadena Playhouse, California’s state theater, seeks a dynamic, highly skilled, creative Teaching Artist (TA) to direct an after school musical (from the MTI Kids catalog) for 20-25 students in grades 2-6 during spring 2024. This program is part of the launch of a full slate of new Playhouse programs for youth and families.

Reporting to the Education Manager, the Teaching Artist will direct two groups of students in an MTI Kids musical, culminating in a 45 minute performance for families in May.

The groups will meet once a week after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5pm for 16 weeks. TA will have one teaching assistant with them for all classes as well as technical support for all production aspects of the show.

We believe that representation matters both on the stage and behind the scenes, and seek employees who feel the same. We also know that creative people often come with non-traditional resumes and experience; if you believe you’d be a great fit here, please don’t count yourself out—we want to hear from you! Read more below on how to apply.

Areas of Accountability:

  • Lead a 90 minute rehearsal twice a week for 16 weeks (Jan 30 – May 23, 2024).
  • Attend approximately 4 planning/production meetings.
  • Cast the show.
  • Adequately prepare for each production meeting/rehearsal.
  • Prepare students for the final performance.
  • Occasionally converse with parents in person, on the phone and/or by email for sensitive issues related to behavior, casting, and other concerns about their children.
  • Play a critical role in building a world-class education program to inspire the next generation of theatre-lovers.

Essential Skills:

  • Demonstrate skills and professional experience in musical theatre education, including: choreography, directing,performance, and/or music direction
  • Hold a BA, BS, or BFA in Theatre, Education, Educational Theatre,
  • Applied Theatre or related field, or have equivalent experience
  • Have experience working as a Teaching Artist or classroom drama teacher
  • Have experience working with diverse populations and ages
  • Have experience directing a musical with children
  • Demonstrate strong classroom management skills
  • Have excellent collaborative skills and thrive in a group work setting
  • Possess strong time-management skills; be punctual and reliable
  • Outstanding work ethic and a willingness to adapt and change.
  • A commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA), anti-racism, and ongoing IDEA education.

Other Information:

This position is in-person in Pasadena on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan 30 – May 23, 2024. There will be prep work and training required in December 2023 and January 2024. Contact hours with students are 3:30-5pm on Tuesday and Thursdays, with no class on April 2 or 4 during PUSD spring break. There will be additional hours needed for planning and meetings.

Working Conditions:

No major sources of discomfort, standard classroom and theater environment.The employee may be occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


$65/hr for contact hours with students (approx 3 hrs per week). $32.50/hr for planning, meeting and training.

To Apply:

Please email a cover letter and resume to Arie Levine, Education Manager ( by October 28, 2023.

After applications are reviewed, final candidates will be invited to in-person auditions in mid-November. No phone calls, please.

We work to maintain a positive environment for our employees, where people can learn, grow and thrive with the company. We strive to provide a collaborative, creative, transparent workplace where each person feels encouraged to contribute to our processes, decisions, planning and culture.

Pasadena Playhouse is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Advanced Filmmaking Teaching Artist

Venice Arts is seeking a creative educator in filmmaking to teach an in-person class centered around personal and community storytelling, using Venice Arts’ experiential and project-based approach to education. Along with teaching, this position would be instrumental in building a creative community environment and mentoring for young filmmakers ages 14-18.

Venice Arts provides a syllabus template and examples that outline our pedagogical approach and aims to support teaching experience through bi-annual training, classroom observations, and feedback. We look for educators who can comfortably work within our teaching model while making thoughtful modifications to make the class their own.

The theme for the 2024-2025 academic year is Upcycle and the Advanced Film class for Spring 2024 will create a documentary on local artists who use repurposed materials in their artwork.


The ideal candidate is both a filmmaker with a strong practice and commitment to documentary work, and an educator with a background teaching filmmaking. Prior experience working with young people and at least two years of teaching experience is required. Curriculum development experience is strongly preferred, as well as familiarity with project-based learning and interactive teaching. We seek educators with a breadth of knowledge of relevant historic and contemporary filmmaking practices.
Must have experience in all phases of documentary production and equally be able to inspire creative approaches to storytelling, while building technical knowledge and skills in production and post-production. Familiarity with personal storytelling and documentary narratives required
Must have experience with digital cameras and set equipment (Lighting, Sound, etc.) Experience with editing using Adobe Premiere


This is a non-exempt (hourly) position. Entry level teaching artists begin with a teaching rate of $30 per hour. Syllabus writing (up to 8 hours), preparation hours, and mandatory training are paid at an administrative rate of $25/hour. For every 2 hours of classroom teaching you are paid for 3 hours of teaching and 1 hour of prep for a total of 4 hours per class at a starting rate of $115 per class session.

How to Apply

Please fill out an application here and attach a resume and a 1-page cover letter highlighting relevant skill and experience, in a single pdf by October 27, 2023.

Please: No phone inquiries, emails or walk-ins. Other materials may be requested if an interview is scheduled.

Gallery Registrar

Job Description:

One of the longest established contemporary art galleries on the West Coast, L.A. Louver is seeking a full-time Registrar to join our team. Our ideal candidate will have two to five years of experience with a fine art gallery, shipping company, or arts institution, and an excellent understanding of professional best practices. This is a 100% in-person position.

The Registrar will need to be a strong team player, working closely with the Director of Operations and Facilities and gallery preparators to organize shipping, framing, and conservation; maintain and update the inventory database; and liaise with gallery colleagues, artists, clients, and vendors.

This colleague must be extremely detail oriented by nature, a clear and gracious communicator, capable of working well under deadline pressures, and have good professional judgment.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Initiate and monitor incoming and outgoing shipments (both domestic and international), communicating with shipping vendors to obtain estimates and manage pickup, transportation, and endpoint delivery of artworks.
  • Track and manage artwork movements, consignments and loan agreements
  • Ensure artwork inventory database records remain correct and updated, prioritizing artwork details, images, location, condition, framing and production costs, as well as provenance and exhibition history entries, working closely with Archive.
  • General collections management, including condition reporting, cataloguing, and tracking of artworks across multiple locations, including on- and off-site storage, artist studios and exhibition loans
  • Oversee basic art handling and preparation duties; assist as needed with packing and unpacking, installation

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related discipline preferred
  • Minimum two years registration and/or collections management experience in a gallery or art institution
  • Proficiency and experience with art inventory / collections management database (familiarity with ArtBase is ideal)
  • Proficiency with Mac OS X environment, MS Office Suite; Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Acrobat Pro) a plus
  • Knowledge of art handling, art storage, and transportation best practices
  • Must be able to lift 30+ lbs
  • Must have valid CA driver’s license, as position may require working out of multiple locations

No relocation support is available.

Salary: $60,000-80,000

Benefits: This is a full-time (Monday-Friday), salaried staff position with benefits, including medical and dental insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, and 401(k).

To Apply, please submit a cover letter and resume in PDF format to with “Gallery Registrar” by October 31, 2023.

No phone calls, please. Qualified candidates will be contacted directly.

Operations Specialist

Located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, the Colburn School is an internationally recognized leader in performing arts education and is part of the fabric of the Los Angeles cultural community. With a world-renowned faculty, Colburn trains local and international students in four different units: the Colburn Conservatory of Music, the Colburn Community School of Performing Arts (CSPA), the Colburn Music Academy and Colburn Dance, and is a leader in community engagement through its Center for Innovation and Community Impact.
The Colburn School’s mission is to provide the highest quality performing arts education at all levels of development in an optimal learning environment.

Position Summary

Working 28 hours per week, maintains primary responsibility for student registration and records and related activities including calculation of faculty teaching hours for the Community School of Performing Arts (CSPA). Prepares and monitors CSPA department budget and analyzes and explains variances. Ensures CSPA is on track to meet financial goals. Reviews financial aid applications and serves on Financial Aid Committee. Work hours may include evenings and weekends.


  • Working knowledge of general office administrative procedures.
  • Good analytical and organizational skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with proven commitment to quality customer service.
  • Ability to deal with a wide variety of individuals in person, via telephone and in writing.
  • Ability to plan, organize and handle multiple tasks, despite numerous interruptions.
  • Capable of working well independently and in teams.
  • High level of diplomacy, tact and discretion.
  • Ability to maintain a flexible attitude and approach towards work assignments.
  • Bachelor’s degree and two years of relevant work experience preferred. Experience may substitute for education.
  • Ability to follow policies and procedures.
  • Excellent oral communications skills.
  • Good PC skills (word processing, spreadsheets, databases).
  • Background in music and performing arts which may be obtained either as a student or through work experience. College degree or equivalent preferred.
  • Monday through Thursday schedule preferred but can be flexible.

Salary: $25 to $30 per hour depending on experience

Benefits: Free parking or commuter allowance

Apply Online Here by September 30, 2023

Director, Center for Innovation and Community Impact

Located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, the Colburn School is an internationally recognized leader in performing arts education and is part of the fabric of the Los Angeles cultural community. With a world-renowned faculty, Colburn trains local and international students in four divisions: the Colburn Conservatory of Music, the Colburn Community School of Performing Arts, the Colburn Music Academy and the Colburn Dance Academy. Launched in the fall of 2017, Colburn’s Center for Innovation and Community Impact empowers the musical and dance leaders of tomorrow by equipping them with the tools needed to build creative careers that are sustainable and relevant in our rapidly shifting cultural landscape.
The Colburn School’s mission is to provide the highest quality performing arts education at all levels of development in an optimal learning environment.

Summary of the Position:

Reporting to the VP of Partnerships and Planning for the Colburn Center, the Director, Center for Innovation and Community Impact (CICI) directs program administration for the Center, which engages students, faculty, and staff from all units of the institution, as well as alumni and members of the performing arts community in programming designed to elevate the careers of emerging artists. With guidance from School’s executive leadership, the Director oversees grant-funded programs that include teacher training, off-campus, non-traditional performance activity, partnership with Title 1 elementary Schools and strategic community partners, and a swath of career training programs for Conservatory students. The School is preparing to build a Frank Gehry-designed concert hall and dance school, and the Director will help identify relevant Southern California communities and organizations with which to build lasting partnerships that advance the vision and mission of the school.


  • Demonstrated ability to successfully plan, develop, and execute Community Impact programs.
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully run career development, leadership, and music entrepreneurship programming.
  • Bachelor’s degree required, preferably with an emphasis in music, education, public policy, the arts, or other related fields; MBA preferred.
  • At least seven years’ experience working in a career development or community impact program serving a very diverse client population.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a very diverse environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills.

Pay range for this position: $100,000 to $120,000 per year, depending on background and experience.

Benefits: The Colburn School offers excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, Long Term disability, Life Insurance, 403(b) Retirement plan with generous employer match and more. Generous vacation and sick leave policies.

Apply Online Here by September 30, 2023


Events Coordinator/Administrative Assistant


The Events Coordinator/Administrative Assistant provides events coordination and administrative support for all activities at the Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts at Pepperdine University, including Smothers Theatre, Lindhurst Theatre, Raitt Recital Hall, and the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art. The mission of the Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts is to present an innovative, unique, entertaining, and diverse program of exceptional performances and museum exhibitions and thus: 1. Enhance the educational experience at the university for all students and provide a professional laboratory to train students in the arts; 2. Foster artistic excellence and creativity; 3. Connect Pepperdine University and the richly varied communities of Los Angeles and surrounding communities.


The Events Coordinator/Administrative Assistant organizes and executes various Center for the Arts events, including but not limited to donor appreciation events, guest artist master classes, donor cultivation events, subscriber appreciation events, and fundraisers. The position is responsible for handling all the event logistics. The person in this position also provides administrative support for Center for the Arts activities, including artist payment and contract execution.

This is a Regular, Nonexempt, 40 hour per week position.

Expected Pay Range: $21.74 – $24.16 per hour

Pepperdine offers a full benefits package. For more information, visit:

For more information or to apply, visit here by September 13, 2023.

Printmaking Art Instructor

Job Description:

The Barnsdall Arts Center (BAC) is seeking Printmaking Instructors that specializes in relief printing or intaglio for adults and is able to commit to teaching for 2 sessions. The ideal candidates are not only knowledgeable of various printing techniques, but also have experience and interest in teaching in a community setting.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited:

  • Design curriculum & lesson plans for relief printing, monoprints, and/or intaglio
  • Ensure students build a solid printmaking foundation
  • Maintain printmaking studio and class inventory
  • Demonstrate various printmaking techniques and best practices
  • Encourage individual and group exploration of various techniques and processes
  • Create a fun and enjoyable learning environment


  • Friendly and engaging with students of all backgrounds
  • Demonstrate excellence in relief printing and/or intaglio
  • General knowledge of printmaking history and practices
  • Experience teaching adults & seniors (62+)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to enforce program and studio policies
  • Attending semi-quarterly teaching artist meetings
  • Able to lift up to 25 pounds


  • Bachelor’s degree or higher education and/or a minimum of two years of experience working as an art instructor in a classroom/group environment with adults and/or seniors
  • Able to work evenings and some weekends
  • Must have valid California Driver’s license with reliable form of transportation

Physical Requirement:
Must be able to stand for extended periods; sit for extended periods; climb up and down stairs; bend, stoop, and lift to move and retrieve materials; pull, push, and lift up to 25 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

In accordance with Los Angeles City Ordinance 187134, candidates must meet the minimum requirement of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or receive an exemption and report their vaccination status prior to being hired by DCA. The ordinance is available at

Weekly Schedule:
TBD within the schedule of Monday – Friday, 10 am – 9:30 pm, and/or Saturdays from 9 am – 4:30 pm

Total Hours per Week:
Teaching one to two classes per week plus compensation for class prep, meetings, trainings, and culminating events, rehearsals as needed

Salary: $33.25/hour

Session for 2024
● Winter / Spring Sessions : February ~ May. ( 6~ 8 weeks )
● Summer Session : July ~ August ( 4~6 weeks )
● Fall Session : September ~ November ( 10 weeks )

Qualified applicants should submit the followings information here by 5:30 PM on Monday, September 4
● Cover Letter
● Resume with 2-3 references
● Sample Lesson Plan/Syllabus
● Art Portfolio (digital files or url links)

Final selection will be based on a review of the cover letter and resume, as well as an oral interview. Interviewers may also contact present and former supervisors, as well as review City Personnel files (if applicable) as part of a candidate’s evaluation.

Due to the volume of applications that we receive, we are unable to respond to phone calls and emails regarding the status of applications and the recruiting process.