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Are you passionate about the arts, interested in having a positive impact on your community, and eager to be surrounded by talented people? Then we hope you will consider joining our team at Thomasville Center for the Arts. We are a 30-year-old organization with a vibrant vision and enhanced mission to encourage artistic expression and purposeful creativity to connect people to one another. 

Thomasville Center for the Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants who contribute to the diversity of our organization are encouraged to apply.

Staff Positions

Reports to: Programs Director
Status: Part-time | Paid

We need a creative soul! Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks a part-time Musical Theater instructor to teach upper elementary students in our after school program. Knowledge of children’s musical theater performance is preferred. This candidate should have experience in working with children and performing arts. Schedule Thursdays from 3:30-5:00PM with paid prep time.

Key Responsibilities:
1. Instruct upper elementary school students in the art of performing and singing on stage.
2. Provide a safe, accepting and loving environment with students from all backgrounds.
3. Be able to teach, plan and prepare a musical performance by March for families and friends to enjoy.

Please submit the above application, cover letter, resume, and work references to Heather Light at hlight@thomasvillearts.org.

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Reports to: Programs Director
Status: Part-time | Paid

We need a creative soul! Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks a part-time Visual Arts instructor to teach elementary students ranging from first grade to sixth grade in our after school program. Knowledge of visual arts and art history is preferred. This candidate should have experience in working with children and in the visual arts. Schedule is Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00PM with paid prep time.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Instruct elementary school students in visual arts.

2. Provide a safe, accepting and loving environment with students from all backgrounds.

3. Be able to teach, plan and prepare an end of semester art show in May for families and friends to enjoy.

Please submit the above application, cover letter, resume, and work references to Heather Light at hlight@thomasvillearts.org.

Reports to: Programs Director
Status: Part-time | Paid

We need a creative soul! Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks a part-time Visual Arts instructor to teach elementary students ranging from first grade to sixth grade for our Spring Break camp from April 3 – 7th. Knowledge of visual arts and art history is preferred. This candidate should have experience in working with children and in the visual arts. Schedule is Monday – Friday from 9:00 – Noon with paid prep time.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Instruct elementary school students in visual arts.

2. Provide a safe, accepting and loving environment with students from all backgrounds.

3. Plan and prepare a thematic unit for the week of camp.

Please submit the above application, cover letter, resume, and work references to Heather Light at hlight@thomasvillearts.org.

Multiple Positions in musical theater, visual arts and choreography

Reports to: Programs Director
Status: Part-time | Paid

We need a creative soul! Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks a part-time Fine Arts instructor to teach elementary students ranging from rising first graders to rising sixth graders in our summer camp program. Knowledge of visual arts, art history and /or performing arts is preferred. This candidate should have experience in working with children and in fine arts. Schedule is June 20-23 and June 26-29 from 9:00 -3:00PM with paid prep time.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Plan lessons and instruct elementary school aged students in fine arts.

2. Provide a safe, accepting and loving environment with students from all backgrounds.

3. Be able to teach, plan and prepare an end of semester show at the closure of camp for families and friends to enjoy.

Please submit the above application, cover letter, resume, and work references to Heather Light at hlight@thomasvillearts.org.

Reports to: Programs Director
Status: Part-time | Paid

Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks a part-time ceramics studio instructor to teach adults and manage the studio space. Instructors will teach beginner through intermediate level students. Knowledge of ceramics studio equipment, clay instruction and safety procedures are essential for this position. This candidate should have experience in all aspects of clay, studio management and some experience in teaching the subject. Schedule is flexible.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Instruct small groups on proper methods and techniques of wheel throwing and handbuiding.
2. Manage and monitor studio space for safety and cleanliness.
3. Operate kiln for students and open studio members.

Please submit an application, cover letter, resume, and work references to Jamila Monroe at ops@thomasvillearts.org.

Application >>

Thomasville Center for the Arts is looking for artists willing to teach their craft to adults. The Center is hosting “date night” workshops using variety of mediums based on artist preference. Maximum class size: 15.

How it works:

  1. Artists select one date night (or nights) to host. Choose from Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,  Friday, or 2nd Saturday evenings, or 2nd Saturday mornings. (Other times can also be arranged!)
  2. Sign Artist Instructor agreement listing terms/fees
  3. Determine your supplies needed at least 2 weeks prior to event
  4. Share the news! Market the event with the Center
  5. Share your talents! Teach Workshop. Have fun!

Simply complete the interest form here >> 

Internships

Reports to: Education Director
Status: Part-Time | Seasonal | Unpaid


Key Responsibilities:

  • Submits events and classes to community calendars
  • Update website, social media, and other content
  • Assist with setting up studio spaces 
  • Assist with youth workshops and classes
  • Assist with tuition documentation

Flexible on hours, but prefer a minimum of 2 days/week. Some applicants may be eligible for class credit from their college or university. Accepted interns will receive perks that include: tickets to events, class and workshop opportunities, and a free membership to THOM Collective.

Please send a resume, along with a cover letter stating why you think you are a good fit for this internship to ops@thomasvillearts.org.

Reports to: Marketing
Status:Part-Time | Seasonal | Unpaid


Key Responsibilities:

  • Submits events and classes to community calendars
  • Assists with media monitoring efforts
  • Provides distribution and circulation support for TCA promotional materials, as well as for THOM magazine
  • In the Fall, provides marketing support for Wildlife Arts Festival
  • In the Spring, provides support for Due South
  • Social media and photography assistant
  • Website updates for new classes 
  • Eblast layout and edits
  • Instagram calendar 

Flexible on hours, but prefer a minimum of 2 days/week. Some applicants may be eligible for class credit from their college or university. Accepted interns will receive perks that include: tickets to events, class and workshop opportunities, and a free membership to THOM Collective.

Please send a resume, along with a cover letter stating why you think you are a good fit for this internship to marwood@thomasvillearts.org.

Reports to: Public Art Director
Status: Part-Time | Seasonal | Unpaid with Perks

Looking for creative, self-motivated artists/visionaries with the desire to work on public art projects over several programs.  This is an amazing learning experience for any person aspiring to work in the art field.

Key Responsibilities:

  • System management of documents across various platforms
  • Input in both design and implementation with interaction across TCA programs
  • Collaborating and assisting with the creation of experiences
  • Work with director to create collateral for public art
  • Submit opportunities to local and regional community calendars
  • Social media document preparation
  • Hands-on public art implementation 

Flexible on hours, but prefer a minimum of 2 days/week. Some applicants may be eligible for class credit from their college or university. Accepted interns working 12 hours/week or more will receive perks that include: tickets to events, class and workshop opportunities, and a free membership to THOM Collective. You will learn so much here!

Please send a resume, along with a cover letter stating why you think you are a good fit for this internship to dtaylor@thomasvillearts.org.

Reports to: Exhibitions
Status: Part-Time | Seasonal | Unpaid


Key Responsibilities:

  • Monthly eblasts to members
  • Updating information and platforms for new members
  • Website updates for members
  • Managing artwork for platforms
  • Assist in planning and coordination of THOM Collective challenges and exhibitions
  • Assist in managing THOM Collective artists for Teaching Artist Residency programs
  • Be a part of creative marketing for artists

Flexible on hours, but prefer a minimum of 2 days/week. Some applicants may be eligible for class credit from their college or university. Accepted interns will receive perks that include: tickets to events, class and workshop opportunities, and a free membership to THOM Collective.

Please send a resume, along with a cover letter stating why you think you are a good fit for this internship to dtaylor@thomasvillearts.org.