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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.

To apply, please email a letter of interest including salary requirement and available start date, resume, and references to ops@thomasvillearts.org.

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

Reports to: Public Art
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, using the Design Thinking process with a focus on empathy.  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
  • Collaboration to create virtual experiences
  • Work with graphic designer to create collateral
  • Submits opportunities to local and regional community calendars
  • Social media and website updates 


Flexible on hours, but prefer a minimum of 2 days/week beginning September 2020 or after. 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.

Reports to: Adult Programs
Status: 
Part-Time | Seasonal | Unpaid


Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in planning and coordination of adult art classes and workshops
  • Assist in managing artist for Artist Collective and Teaching Artist Residency programs
  • Work on creative studio space design
  • Be a part of creative marketing for artists


Internships at Thomasville Center for the Arts are unpaid. However, interns do have access to complimentary classes, workshops and special events.

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 Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival
  • In the Spring, provides support for Due South
  • Social media and photography assistant


Internships at Thomasville Center for the Arts are unpaid. However, interns do have access to complimentary classes, workshops and special events.

Now hiring a part-time Specials teacher to join a dynamic team of performing and visual arts teachers for Scott Elementary School students. Qualified teachers interested in teaching Set and Costume Design, Spoken Word, Creative Writing, Script Writing, STEAM, or other creative and performing arts should send a resume and references to Katie Chastain at kchastain@thomasvillearts.org

Classes take place Monday and Tuesday from 8:15 am until 3:25 pm. Training begins August 17. Classes start September 8.