COMING SOON! We are expanding our teaching staff to include this new full-time position. We are looking for a teaching artist with experience delivering high-quality community-centered arts education programming. With a focus on theater, dance, and/or music, the Associate Faculty member will need experience directing for the stage, teaching in classrooms, and facilitating in community. More information coming soon. To be the first to know, sign up for our mailing list.
We are always looking for new teaching talent at SPARC. We work on a rolling basis to hire our teaching teams, but our hiring timelines breakdown for each program area, as follows:
September-November: Spring Productions; Spring Training Classes; New Voices
December-February: Summer Camps, Summer Programs, & Summer Productions
March-May: Fall Training Classes; School Year Long Programs; Live Art; Spectrum; Community Partnerships; New Voices Festival of New Works
June-August: Fall Productions; STAGES
If you are interested in joining our team, click HERE for our Faculty Interest Form so we can get to know you better.
SPARC’s internship program provides opportunities for high school students, college students, or those seeking professional development to gain experience in the field of youth arts and arts administration. Join our team to help provide an atmosphere where creative expression flourishes, meaningful connections are built, and individuality is celebrated. We have year-round learning opportunities available throughout our organization. While SPARC’s internship program is currently an unpaid opportunity, interns will have access to SPARC’s resources and perks as they become available.
We are currently not accepting internship applications. Our internship application for Spring 2023 will open in Early November.