CALL FOR ARTISTS: Seeking Instructors for Spring 2018 Art Classes

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CALL FOR ARTISTS: Seeking Instructors for Spring 2018 Art Classes



The Shaker Arts Council invites local artist, artisans and art aficionados to submit proposals for art related classes that will be offered through the Shaker Heights Recreation Department.

The classes will be scheduled for the Spring of 2018, between April 9 and May 28. These community classes can cover any artistic genre, for example, dance, jewelry making, painting, writing, improvisation, music theory, juggling, scrapbooking, or even juggling.

Classes can be 4, 6, or 8 sessions depending on instructor’s preference. Instructors will receive 70% of the tuition collected for the course. If a course is accepted into the curriculum, adjustments in the final format may be necessary to meet scheduling needs or classroom availability. SHAC will work with faculty to finalize the arrangements.

Entry requirements:
Complete the application form – download it by clicking here.
Applicants must be 18/21 years of age or older.

Preference will be given to Shaker Arts Council members.
Learn how to become a member here!

Entry deadline:
December 1, 2017
Acceptance after review by a selection committee

Submit by US Mail:
PMB 232
16781 Chagrin Blvd.
Shaker Heights, Ohio 44120
By Email:

For details and questions, please contact:
Amara Romano
Administrative Assistant


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