Seeking Resumes of Teaching Artists Experienced in Working with Inner City Children, Youth, and Teens Ages 6 – 17, and Older Adults 55 and up.

 

Foluké Cultural Arts Center has an immediate need for teaching artists in Dance (Contemporary,  Hip Hop, Tap), Visual Arts, Theater, Music: Instrumental or Vocal, Design Arts, and Visual Arts.

 
Foluké Cultural Arts is committed to making performing and visual arts, and arts education available to all particularly those who live in underserved areas.  The programming of Foluké is family oriented with focus on at-risk children and youth.  The goal is to provide alternatives to negative behaviors by instilling discipline, self-pride and boosting self-confidence through self-expression and self-discovery.  Foluké Cultural Arts offers instruction and exposure to the performing and visual arts, and arts education for all ages, regardless of race, religious affiliation or economic background. The vision of Foluké Cultural Arts is to provide arts services to the greater Cleveland area with a special commitment to the Central ‘Promise’ Neighborhood, with a goal to utilize the arts to serve as a catalyst for academic achievement, socio-economic development and community pride.

 

Classes will be held at our facility, various venues in the Central Neighborhood, and the Greater Cleveland area.  Class events include, but are not limited to in-school residencies, after school (between 4 - 6 PM), or on Saturdays (between 10AM - 3PM), during the School year:  Summer Sessions are generally 4 - 6 weeks between 10AM - 4PM), and Older adult classes during the day.   

 

Resumes may be emailed to ask@folukeculturalarts.com or snail mailed to P.O. Box 93046Cleveland, OH  44101-5046, Please provide copy of a current background check with your resume.

 
We also accepting resumes for our newly created LegacyARTS program, whose focus is ARTS mastery for Older Adults 55 and up. 
 

 

“Developing Minds and Creative Expression through Engaging Arts Activities”