Chesterfield Arts is always looking for experienced instructors to teach classes to children or adults in diverse and creative visual art media.
Contact Annie Spiller, Director of Education & Outreach.
Chesterfield Arts offers various episodic volunteer opportunities throughout the year, ranging from special events to administrative assistance.
Contact: Annie Spiller, Director of Education & Outreach
The Gallery at Chesterfield Arts has expanded our Boutique space. We are currently seeking artists interested in exhibiting in our new cases. We are looking for jewelry, fabric, clay, glass, metal and other small fine art pieces. Please send 3 images and a short bio to Jenny Donaldson, Jenny@chesterfieldarts.org for consideration.
*All artists will be posted on our website with links to their website.
*Chesterfield Arts will retain a 30% commission on all sales.
*Inventory will be switched out every 3 months.
*A maximum of 5 artists will be exhibited at a time.
*Select artists will be given the opportunity to host workshops or demonstrations at Chesterfield arts.
The City of Chesterfield offers artists the opportunity to sell and showcase their work for two great events this upcoming summer. Click on the links before for more information, guidelines, and application forms for "Cityfest" and "Forks and Corks."
Chesterfield Arts seeks qualified candidates for spring, summer and fall internship opportunities. Applicants are accepted on a rolling basis.
These internships offer valuable experience for candidates interested in arts administration, marketing and public relations, and event planning. Interns will work closely with the Director of Marketing to plan, execute and promote a variety of initiatives, including public performances, gallery exhibitions and special events. Job responsibilities will include developing promotional materials for exhibitions, programs and events, as well as organizing media databases and other community correspondence. Interns will also have the opportunity to attend a variety of industry-related meetings and special events, as well as actively participate in brainstorming sessions within the organization.
Requirements: Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Mac operating system and social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite or Photoshop is a plus.
Contact Kim Furlow, Marketing Director
This internship offers valuable experience for candidates interested in arts administration and arts education. Interns will work closely with the Director of Education & Outreach to plan, execute and promote a variety of educational programs, including classes for children and adults, special events and partnerships with area school districts. Interns will assist in organizing workshops and developing a variety of educational materials, including class curriculum and promotional flyers. In addition, interns will be responsible for administrative tasks such as faxing, filing, copying, compiling and collating. Interns will also have the opportunity to attend a variety of industry-related meetings and special events, as well as actively participate in brainstorming sessions within the organization.
Requirements: Must be able and willing to work with children of all ages; Microsoft Office programs, Mac operating system.
Contact Annie Spiller, Director of Education & Outreach