The Duluth Art Institute is seeking teaching artists to teach art classes in the 2021 calendar year. Do you love art and love to teach? This is the perfect opportunity for you! Teaching at the DAI is fun, rewarding, and provides integral arts programming to a community that craves it. Teachers are compensated at a fair and competitive rate.
The DAI enriches daily life with dynamic, innovative visual arts programming that upholds excellence and promotes inclusive community participation. It is the vision of the DAI to bring art to, and inspire art in, everyone. Teaching artists working in a variety of media and artforms are encouraged to submit course proposals for review.
Additionally, the DAI is in need of teachers for Free ArtDAI (formerly known as Free Family Day). For Free ArtDAI, teachers must submit an art making activity that can be completed at the student’s home over Zoom in about 30-45 minutes.
To submit a course proposal:
Q: Does the class need to be online?
A: No, but if it can be there is a better chance, we will be able to host your class considering continually changing COVID-19 protocols.
Q: What studio tools can the DAI provide?
A: If you have specific tools/equipment requirements for your course, please reach out to the DAI to inquire about them.
Q: What is the deadline?
A: At this time, this is an ongoing call for proposals, however, we would like to get our education calendar full as soon as possible. Additionally, we need two teachers for Free Art DAI on February 20, 2021, and we need to begin planning this as soon as possible.