Part Time | 8-10 hours a week
In 1929, South County Arts Association (SCAA) was established as a nonprofit arts organization in Kingston, Rhode Island. Since its inception, SCAA has played a major role promoting arts participation. This is accomplished by encouraging the creation, visibility, and appreciation of artwork through membership, quality education, juried and organized exhibitions and shared artistic experiences. SCAA offers over 100 classes a year in pottery, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, arts wellness, and mixed media. Additionally, the historic Helme House Gallery hosts 11 exhibitions each year that include a wide variety of open-juried, invitational, and member exhibits that feature all mediums.
Reporting to the SCAA Executive Director, candidates for this position should have a deep appreciation for the arts and prior experience with philanthropic activities in a nonprofit organization. The Development Coordinator is responsible for managing and implementing all development initiatives of SCAA related to grant writing, the annual capital campaign, fundraising initiatives, giving strategies, and special events.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Qualifications and Skills Desired
This is a part-time (8-10 hours per week) position with additional hours possible. As a nonprofit organization, starting salary is $20/hour. Individuals with the qualifications required for this position and who are passionate about working with a highly successful nonprofit arts organization are urged to apply.
Please email a letter of introduction, a resume and a one page statement on your relationship to the arts to:
SCAA Executive Director
Application deadline is May 1st, 2023
Part time Contract Position
$1,000/class | 2-4 classes/year
South County Art Association is seeking experienced ceramics instructors for our adult pottery classes. Our classes run for eight weeks (both day and night classes) with each class meeting once a week for three hours. For wheel throwing classes, intermediate to advanced throwing skills. For hand building classes, expertise in pinch pots, slab, and coil methods. A thorough knowledge of glaze and glaze application is required.
Role and Responsibilities
Please email a letter of introduction, a resume and a one page statement on your relationship to the ceramics arts to:
SCAA Executive Director