Providence ¡CityArts!  For Youth seeks talented part-time Teaching Artists* to lead workshops in our community-based school year programs for 2021-22! Fall programs will happen in person at our studios on Broad Street with COVID-19 safety precautions in place.


We are seeking experienced Teaching Artists with skills in: 

  • Fine Arts /Mixed Media

  • Filmmaking 

  • Photography

  • Dance and Movement

  • Music and Sound Production

  • Ceramics and Sculpture

*¡CityArts! prioritizes BIPOC applicants. It is integral for our program staff to reflect the identities of our students.


Send the following to 

  • resume/CV

  • cover letter addressing Teaching Artist prompts listed below

  • portfolio file/link**

Please apply by August 15 to be considered for Fall 2021.



  • Why would you like to be a Teaching Artist at ¡CityArts!? What do you hope to gain from the experience? 

  • What skills and experience make you uniquely qualified to take on this work?

  • What skills do you feel you’d like to further develop in order to become a more successful art educator?

  • Describe your own artistic practice. How does your work as an artist inform your teaching?

  • Describe a class that you would like to teach at ¡CityArts!. What skills and understandings would students gain through your class?


Teaching artists are compensated $25/hr with paid prep, meeting, and professional development opportunities. 

Providence ¡CityArts! is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

To learn more about ¡CityArts!, visit our website at


CityArts is a community youth arts center that provides access to quality arts education to youth between ages 8-14, through free afterschool, summer, and daytime arts residences. The Operations Assistant is considered part of a community of individuals that are committed to carrying this mission forward. 


As such, job responsibilities and skills require a foundation of cooperative spirit, leadership, communication, and flexibility. 

Under the supervision of ¡CityArts! executive director, the Operations Assistant is responsible for performing general administrative and operations work. Duties include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Organize and complete basic data entry and other clerical tasks as requested.

  • Purchase all necessary supplies for administration and classes; manage inventory. 

  • Assist with recruitment and onboarding processes.

  • Organize incoming information such as phone calls, voicemail messages, emails, and memos and report details to the executive director 

  • Maintain and organize incoming and outgoing mail

  • Perform basic bookkeeping duties and assist with grant reports

  • Assist with fundraising and other events 


Qualifications Include: 

  • Strong written and verbal skills

  • Superb organizational skills.

  • Outstanding interpersonal skills.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Drive applications

  • Experience with communication software (Mailchimp, Eventbrite, Wix, or similar tools)

  • An eye for attention to detail

  • A willingness to learn.

  • Proficiency in spoken and written Spanish preferred


Compensation: $15/hour; 15hrs/week   

To Apply:

Send a cover letter and resume/CV to