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Teaching Artists Needed for Bright StARTS



The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts seeks talented Teaching Artists to join the Bright StARTS arts education team. Ideal candidates are practicing artists in the disciplines of dance, music, theater and visual arts who are committed to working with educators and young people. The Bright StARTS program brings high-quality arts enrichment to the youth of Baltimore City by working through established after-school, summer and at-risk youth centers. The program is currently accepting applications for dancers, creative writers/poets, musicians, theatrical artists, and visual artists with teaching experience or substantial training in teaching artistry. Applicants must demonstrate expertise working as professional artists, a strong commitment to working with educators and young people, strong communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, an ability to facilitate group decision-making, an ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and a strong attention to detail. Those interested can find an application online at Applications are being accepted on an ongoing basis.

For more information or inquiries, contact Nicoletta De La Brown at 410-752-8632 or visit


Mitch Case | Communications Associate | BALTIMORE OFFICE OF PROMOTION & THE ARTS | 443-263-4311 |[email protected]| 10 E. Baltimore St., 10th Floor | Baltimore, MD 21202 |


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