Call to Artists: ARTlab
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts seeks local and regional art professionals to develop ARTlabs and Mini-ARTlabs. These innovative youth workshops provide rare in-studio opportunities for Nashvillians 18 and younger to learn techniques and processes from practicing artists. Past workshops have featured analog photography, animation, bicycle customization, and other types of art-making. Help youth acquire experience in visual thinking, build problem-solving skills, and expand their technical artistry in real-life studio environments.
ARTlabs range from stand-alone four-hour classes to two-day workshops.
Mini-ARTlabs are one-hour sessions meant to highlight and promote your upcoming ARTlab. These Mini-ARTlabs are hosted by Frist Community Partner organizations throughout Davidson County.
JOB DESCRIPTION: In coordination with Frist Center educators, develop and lead a hands-on studio-based workshop for youth ages 11–18.
- Must have a bachelor's degree
- Must have extensive knowledge in your art medium
- Three years of teaching experience
- Must pass background check
MATERIALS BUDGET: $500
Submissions are currently closed. Check back this winter for more opportunities.
Learn more about current ARTlabs here.