Employment


Studio 789 Coordinator & Teaching Artist

The Photography & Digital Arts department is currently seeking a Studio 789 Coordinator & Teaching Artist. The Studio 789 Coordinator is responsible for maintaining and teaching in the Studio 789: Monroe cohort of the 24-week afterschool Youth Photography & Writing Program in the Photography & Digital Arts department. As a Teaching Artist at the Center this position will also be teaching adult and youth classes, workshops, and special programs in the Photography & Digital Arts department.

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For full consideration submit cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references in a single PDF by June 10, 2019 to: Megan Charland, Director of Photography & Digital Arts at photo@rochesterarts.org



3D Animation Teacher

The Photography & Digital Arts department is currently seeking an instructor to teach a NEW Intro to 3D Animation class this summer session. Must be proficient in Blender. Contract position to start as early as July 8, 2019. Teacher rate is $15/hr.

This class is an introductory class for students who haven't had any experience working in 3D software and/or Blender before.

To apply please email a cover

letter and resume to Megan Charland, Director of Photography & Digital Arts at

photo@rochesterarts.org




Youth Photography Teacher

The Photography & Digital Arts department is currently seeking photography teachers for our Studio 678 after school photography and writing program. Rolling application to fill anticipated positions as needed.

Our students are 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students who attend Wilson Foundation Academy and you will be working with the same group of 5 students throughout the program.Teachers meet for 24 sessions on Thursdays, with 3 additional Saturday field trips.

Our program culminates in an Awards Ceremony, Book Release, and Exhibition Reception at The Link Gallery in City Hall in April.

Lead teachers MUST

• Know how to use a 35mm film camera and how to make black and white prints in the darkroom

• Have some prior experience working with youth and be willing to establish mentoring relationships

• Commit to ALL meetings and be consistently available via phone or email

• Not be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program

• Other helpful skills include studio lighting, matting & framing, creative writing (poets are involved in our program and will assist), and basic knowledge of scanning, Photoshop, and InDesign

We do not expect every teacher to be expert in ALL areas and can provide training/assistance as needed.

Be aware that you may need to devote additional hours per week planning field trips and activities, editing student pictures, and contacting families/following up with students.

To apply please email a cover letter and resume to Elizabeth Raymonda, Youth Program Coordinator at photoyouthroc@rochesterarts.org