Archbishop Carroll High School, a Catholic high school in Washington, seeks an art teacher for the 2010-11 school year. Classes taught include everything from 9th grade art appreciation to International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme studio and art history courses. Strong candidates will also have a background in digital art and design; exhibit the ability to establish productive classroom routines and procedures; and have a desire to break down the components of the creative process for both eager and reluctant teen artists. For more information and to submit a resume, contact Mary E.
The 2010 FotoWeek DC International Awards Competition will recognize and honor extraordinary work in photography from all over the world. FotoWeek DC, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, is committed to raising awareness of the power of photography everywhere, in all its forms. Now in its third year, the FotoWeek DC International Awards Competition continues to innovate and find new ways to engage photographers around the world.
The DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities offers a variety of funding for individuals and nonprofit organizations located in the District of Columbia (and in some cases Washington Metropolitan area). Here is a list of grants some deadlines are quickly approaching. Take a look!