Seed Art Share seeks Teaching Artists

Posted by: Renee Wimberley

Type: Contract

About Seed Art Share

Seed Art Share was originally incorporated as Seed Raleigh Arts Community in 2010 with the goal of creating space for Triangle artists to gather, grow their crafts, and serve one another in our local arts community.  We offer our “Share the Show” family-inclusion program which presents onsite drama programs for children of patrons and performers attending or rehearsing local productions. In 2013, we transitioned to Seed Art Share, LLC, expanded our “Share the Show” program, and launched our “Smart Arts” arts-integration theatre classes and workshops for homeschool and community organizations.  In 2014 we began developing our own original productions, in site-specific locations throughout the Triangle. Our “Smart Arts” workshops explore theatre skills and reinforce history, geography, STEAM concepts, and literature.

In 2017 we reincorporated as Seed Art Share, Inc. and in 2019, received our 501c3 non-profit status. During the 2020-2021 school year offered ten weekly theatre classes for our community partners at Oak City Academy and Garner Area Homeschoolers. In the coming 2021-2022 school year we expect to offer more classes than ever before thanks to new and growing partnerships with The Homeschool Experience, Homeschoolers of Holly Springs, and Pure Life Theatre, to name a few.

For more information about our companies history click the link below:

History of Seed Art Share 

About the Role

Seed Art Share teaching artists will communicate with the Executive Director and Managing Director on our Slack workspace. We provide theatre programming for local theatre companies, homeschool co-ops, charter schools, and more.

This is a contract artist position, meaning that teaching artists will be paid on a project basis, earning between $22-$25 an hour commensurate with the artist’s experience.

This role’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to lesson planning, instruction, Communication with the Host organization, Seed team leaders, parents as necessary, and scheduling and paying approved subs as required.

The ideal candidate will have:

A college degree or equivalent experience in theatre arts, theatre arts education, or another applicable artistic discipline (i.e. music, visual art, dance). Teaching experience is preferred. Reliable transportation. Promptness and strong communication skills. Responsiveness to emails and slack messaging is key. All of our teaching artists are leaders. We have a strong teaching assistant team, made up of teenagers who have taken classes with us for a long time. It is important that Seed teaching artists demonstrate positivity and discipline as they mentor, lead, and sometimes lean on our teaching assistants. Directing experience is a plus, as we do have several directing opportunities throughout the year. Musicianship, dance experience, technical theatre experience, visual art, and/or any other fine arts experience is also a plus!

How to Apply:

Qualified candidates are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume to Attn: Renee Wimberley


Flexible, ideally before August 15th


$22-$25 an hour