There are many ways and opportunities for Artists to teach at the Dairy Barn. We regularly have classes and workshops for adults and youth. We also have a massive camp program and after-school arts enrichment program called Artists in the Schools. With each exhibition, we schedule local and visiting artists who are either Dairy Barn Exhibitors or have other ties to our exhibitions (perhaps they work in the same media and have been exhibited in the show in previous years) to conduct classes, workshops, demonstrations, lecture and tours.
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Both local and visiting artists are invited to submit proposals for teaching classes or workshops at the Dairy Barn year round in a vast variety of media.
Typically the Fellowship is awarded to visiting artists coinciding with our exhibitions program. The fellowship is meant to help manage the costs of bringing out of area artists to the Dairy Barn to add value to our exhibitions and make an immersive arts experience for our visitors.
Art Camp/Artists in the Schools Instructors
All of our Youth Programs are taught by local artists and arts educators. There are several teaching opportunities with youth including Summer Art Camp, Snow Camp, Artists in the Schools (after school programs and in school residencies), on site youth classes and workshops. If you are interested in teaching a class or workshop for children submit a proposal.
If you are interested in joining our camp staff, CLICK HERE to learn more about the Camps and email Education and Camp Director Lyn Stanton to discuss interviewing for a Camp instructor position. firstname.lastname@example.org.
All instructors working with minors must have an up to date back ground check and either experience working with children or a degree in the fine arts. All instructors must have completed at least an associates degree of some kind. We also hire college students through OU’s Summer Service Corps Program as Summer Art Camp Assistants.