MoNA is accepting workshop proposals for the 2017-18 Family Art Days.  These workshops are one Saturday per month and are open to multi-age groups, so activities and instruction must be child-appropriate (age 5 and up).  Workshop size is typically kept to 15 participants, children and adults combined.
 
If selected as an instructor, plan on a short walk-through of the exhibits prior to a workshop, with attention paid to works that link to the FAD (e.g. materials, technique, theme, etc.).   Please schedule a time to meet with MoNA education staff at least 2 weeks before the workshop to acquaint yourself with the workspace and the materials available for your class.  There are many materials already on hand that will help you manage your supply budget.
 
You will be paid $175.00 for teaching two 2-hour workshops, scheduled from 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm.  Additional materials budget is $50.00. 
 

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Please select preferred dates -- hitting CTRL will allow multiple dates, however, chosen date cannot be guaranteed.
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Short Description of workshop -- what students will learn to do, what kinds of tools and materials will be used. Please be sure your class is appropriate for all ages and skills levels (ages 5 and up).
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Please list approximate space requirements/square feet per student and for instructor/materials
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Please list past experience teaching art to children or adults with at least two professional references (Name, Title, Business, Phone)
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We do background checks on all volunteers, paid instructors, and staff who work with children at our museum. Please give your full legal name and date of birth.
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ALL WORKSHOP PROPOSALS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY TWO HI-RESOLUTION DIGITAL IMAGES (300dpi). Accepted formats: gif, jpg, png, tif, pdf, or mov up to 64 MBs each. If you are not the author of the photos, please include names for photo credits.
     
Thank you!
     

 

Museum of Northwest Art

MISSION STATEMENT

The Museum of Northwest Art connects people with the art, diverse cultures and environments of the Northwest. 

 

COLLECTIONS

MoNA collects and exhibits contemporary art from across the Northwest, including Alaska, British Columbia, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.