Call for Teaching Artists

Gallery One is seeking artists with a passion for sharing their skills and love of art through adult and youth workshops on a contractual basis in a variety of mediums. Examples of our classes can be seen here. Opportunities vary from unique one-time workshops that range from 1-6 hours to classes that meet regularly over the span of a few weeks.

Proposals should include:
the type of class/medium you would like to teach
a few examples of your work and/or student work in that medium
preferred or suggested times of the year you would like to teach
a list of qualifications (education or degrees, previous teaching experience, skills of being a working artist, etc.)

Interested candidates should email proposals to:

Qualifications: Qualified applicants will be excellent communicators, creative motivators and knowledgeable about your craft and skills. Previous teaching experience is preferred.

About Gallery One:

Gallery One Visual Arts Center is dedicated to the creation, exhibition and appreciation of visual arts in Central Washington. To that end, the facilities, board of directors, and staff of Gallery One provide:
– High-quality, innovative, and diverse visual arts exhibits
– Educational programs for the appreciation and skills of the arts
– Studios for a diverse group of resident artists
– Networking opportunities with business organizations and educational institutions in support of the arts
– A meeting place to foster community cohesion and arts appreciation

In addition to rotating exhibits of contemporary art, Gallery One offers a variety of quarterly classes, an art after school program for kids, a gift store featuring regional artisans, a full ceramics studio available for classes or private rentals, inexpensive studio spaces for artists and facility rentals for the community.

Located in the historic Stewart building in beautiful downtown Ellensburg, Gallery One Visual Arts Center is the focal point for artists, art patrons, students, community members, and tourists to interact with the visual arts in Central Washington State.