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Part-time ,
submitted by
Kimberly Pancoast

Ceramics Teacher


Lillstreet Art Center is looking for instructors to teach in our Ceramics Department. We are specifically looking for those that are proficient in the following subjects:

WheelthrowingHandbuildingThrowing largeSurface DesignSoda FiringOnline TeachingRequirements

Bachelor’s degree in arts or higher or 5+ years as a working artistAt least two years of previous teaching experience, or an equivalent combination of education, certification, training, and/or experiencePositive, professional and motivationalExcellent people skillsGood communication skills and feels comfortable working in a group environmentMust be comfortable working with adults of all skill levels and abilitiesWe need from you

CV/ ResumeCover letterLink to personal website/ online portfolio or 4 to 6 images in jpeg or pdf format3 references (both personal and professional)Up to 6 images of student work (if available)

To Submit your Application

Please send all information to with the subject line "Ceramic Teaching Artist Application." Please indicate in your application if you prefer to teach in-person, online, or if you are open to teaching in either format.


Covid-19 Safety

-We require that all students and staff follow our Building Safety Protocols, linked here.

-Staff are asked to do a self-health screening for covid-19 symptoms before entering the building. If you do not have access to a thermometer, an infrared thermometer is available at the front desk for you to use.

-Lillstreet requires that everyone wear face coverings inside the building. If you are unable to obtain your own face covering, you can obtain one from the front desk.

-Teachers are asked to stay home if they are sick. Department directors will help locate a substitute teacher if needed.

Contact Info:
Lucia Sbardellati
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Chicago, IL