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To future Artists-in-Residence, SFArtsED Players and SFArtsED Summer Camp Artists/Teachers:
Please send your resumes now to email@example.com. We interview all year for upcoming positions and often hold audition classes both throughout the school year and during Summer Camp to observe your unique talents and creative methodologies in active classroom settings.
We welcome your interest and hope that you take advantage of all this website has to offer to tell you our story and reinforce our spirited mission. You’ll be able to investigate the many programs in which you might want to join participatory arts learning. Thanks for your interest!
So how does it work? Details, please?
Artists-in-Residence, SFArtsED Players Artists, After School Artist teachers and teachers at SFArtsED Summer Camp are paid as independent Artists. Payment in the school year is once per month — Artists must submit invoices for payment. SFArtsED Summer Camp Artists are paid every two weeks. The rate of pay increases as Artists work with the organization. We offer an hour of prep time paid for ever three hours worked and Artists also are compensated for time spent for performances and exhibitions. We ask new Artists to shadow veteran Artists in the summer at our camps or during the fall in the school year. We may also ask Artists to “audition” teach in classes at schools or in the summer.
Artists-in-Residence are sought most often for the full school year at each school depending on needs and interest. We set these schedules in the summer or the early fall.
We begin Artist staffing for our musical troupe, SFArtsED Players in September. We hire Artists for those rehearsals and classes taking place on Fridays and Saturdays.
We look for Artists for SFArtsED Summer Camp in the spring in anticipation of the coming season.
Schools usually schedule Artists in tandem with our program director artists for two or three times a week for several hours a day. Often Artists work in multiple schools depending on their schedules, their experience and the schedules dictated by the schools.