Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) is calling all art historians eager to share their knowledge and love of art with others. CMOA is looking to expand its pool of instructors for adult art history classes. Instructors should have experience teaching at the college level. All courses are taught at CMOA, and schedules are flexible with a desirable hourly rate. Those interested should send a teaching history and areas of specialty to email@example.com.
The Pitt School of Education seeks a project coordinator for the Creative Learning Transformative Evaluation project. The Project Coordinator will perform a variety of project management support and data collection duties. This three-year project will work with adults and youth at multiple youth arts and maker-related programs in Pittsburgh. A Master’s degree is required for this position.
Professional Learning Opportunities
Prime Stage will host the Let’s Talk Classical Workshop for English and drama teachers on October 19. This workshop will facilitate the learning and teaching of classical literature with presenters Carol Jago, Associate Director of the California Reading and Literature Project at UCLA; Wayne Brinda, Producing Artistic Director of Prime Stage; John Dolphin, Educator from Pine Richland, Liam Macik, Director and Adaptation Playwright of The Scarlet Letter; and Linda Haston, Education Director for Prime Stage. Registration is $100 and Act 48 credits are available.
The Frick Pittsburgh will host Experience the Frick: Educator Open House on October 22. Join fellow educators and the Frick education staff for a chance to learn more about the Frick’s school program offerings. Meet staff, get a hands-on look at school programs, and get a chance to view the upcoming special exhibition, Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage and Screen. This event is free for educators, but advance registration is required. Two (2) Act 48 hours available to eligible participants.
The Frick Pittsburgh will also host Educator Workshop: Identity, Style, & Expression on October 26. Using Katharine Hepburn: Dressed for Stage & Screen as a foundation, this workshop will focus on style, collaboration, expression of identity, and individual choice as means to empower students to express themselves and contribute to a rich learning environment. Six (6) Act 48 credits available. Registration is $12 for members and $16 non-members and guests. Advance registration and pre-payment required.
Chorus America seeks proposals for its 2020 conference, which will take place from June 17–20, 2019 in Miami, FL. The Conference is designed to focus on skill-building and to facilitate collaboration, exploration, and connections on multiple levels. Chorus America is particularly interested in sessions that engage attendees in unique ways that reach beyond the standard presenter/PowerPoint model. Proposals are due by October 31.
The Andy Warhol Museum’s 2019 Teacher Open House will take place on November 7. The next open house in this annual series will coincide with Andy Warhol: Revelation, the first exhibition to comprehensively examine the Pop Artist’s complex Catholic faith in relation to his artistic production. Registration for the event is $10, which includes parking, artmaking activities, and 4 Act 48 hours. The event will feature food and drinks and a cash bar for attendees.
Prime Stage has announced its schedule for 2019–20 student matinees. Upcoming plays this season include The Scarlet Letter from November 1–10, The Outsiders from March 10–12, and Mockingbird from May 12–14. Teachers are encouraged to book their field trips to see any of these productions soon. All events will be hosted at the New Hazlett Theater on Pittsburgh’s North Side.
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