Southington Community Cultural Arts Center offers classes to youth, adults and to people with disabilities in drawing, painting, printing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, writing, music, jewelry and film making. SoCCA seeks to expand its education programming to introduce new instructors with a long history of experience in arts education at all levels offering innovative approaches to informing students of classical and contemporary techniques within all art medium.
Proposals should include a title to workshop and a workshop description. Those seeking instructing a series of classes over a seven week timeframe should include a syllabus and timeline of topics demonstrated and a description of those techniques participants will experience. A full paragraph description of what will be presented in sessions, and references to facilities organizations and individuals you have worked with in the past should also be included. A brief biography of work history and electronic images to support marketing efforts in listing the sessions in our catalog are also required.
Opportunities are evaluated on a first come basis.
History of instruction
Method of teaching
Any special studio necessities
Preferred day of week and time of availability beginning November and January excluding Sunday and Monday.