2023 Job Opportunities

Temporary Program Assistant   Temporary Program Assistant Spring 2023

Be part of the visual art programming team at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. Work with a supportive and encouraging staff in an established art center.

Hours:    10 to 15 hours a week; flexible schedule
Wages:    $14.00 an hour
Position date: Now through May 15, 2023

General Duties:

The Temporary Program Assistant works closely with Executive Director and Rogue Gallery staff in assisting with exhibits and programs.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Aid in installing exhibits
  • Help maintain gallery space
  • Aid in research on gallery art collection
  • Greet patrons
  • Aid in setting up events
  • Prepare labels for exhibits
  • Office assistance work

 The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is a non-profit visual art center that serves Southern Oregon. We present inspirational visual art exhibitions, educational opportunities, and community outreach programs. Located in downtown Medford, the Rogue Gallery has over 5500 sq. ft. dedicated to the visual arts that include three exhibition spaces, an artisan gift shop, and a large art studio.

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to:

Kim Hearon, Executive Director
Rogue Gallery & Art Center
kim@roguegallery.org

Program and Event Coordinator  Programming and Event Coordinator job 2023

Make an impact on the visual arts in Southern Oregon by being part of the visual art programming team at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. Work with a supportive and encouraging staff in an established art center.

Hours:                   10:00 – 5:00 Tuesday through Friday, some evening or weekend
Wage:                    $16.50 Hourly
Benefits:                Paid Holidays (6 Days), one week paid vacation and one week sick leave after first year of employment
Start Date:            February 1, 2023
Supervisor:           Executive Director

General Description

The Program and Event Coordinator is responsible for coordinating visual art education and events. The coordinator aids in planning, implementing, and administering activities related to adult, youth, and children’s classes held within our facility and at off-site locations. This includes some scheduling and overseeing adult workshops and youth programs. Programming includes Elementary Art Outreach Program, Artist Teen Art Workshops, Kids’ Summer Art Camps, Afterschool Art Studio, and Family Art Days. The Coordinator also aids in events and fundraisers that include the annual Celtic event and annual auction. 

Qualifications

  • Must be energetic, well organized, highly productive, and detail-oriented
  • Excellent planning, writing, and verbal skills
  • Previous experience relevant to the visual arts
  • Able to work effectively with the public, art patrons, and volunteers
  • Able to work on multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Competent with MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point)
  • Competent in social media platforms
  • Must pass an Oregon state background check
  • Lift 35 pounds

Preferred Qualifications

  • Prior experience coordinating visual art workshops or events
  • Familiarity with visual arts curriculum
  • Experience working with children, youth, and artist/educators
  • Familiarity in working with grants
  • B.A./B.F.A. in Visual Art or related field

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Coordinate visual art education and events
  • Arrange times, dates, and location for educational and event activities
  • Coordinate details during educational and event activities to assure safety and satisfaction of participants
  • Conduct and review course evaluations from program participants
  • Organize and manage the art studio, supplies, and equipment
  • Recruit and coordinate education assistants, musicians, interns, and life drawing models
  • Actively market programs and events with a focus on social media outlets
  • Assist with developing and writing brochures, newsletters, and press releases of programs

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is a non-profit visual art center that serves Southern Oregon. We present inspirational visual art exhibitions, educational opportunities, and community outreach programs. Located in downtown Medford, the Rogue Gallery has over 5500 sq. ft. dedicated to the visual arts that include three exhibition spaces, an artisan gift shop, and a large art studio.

To Apply: Send a cover letter, resume, and two job references to:

Kim Hearon, Executive Director
Rogue Gallery & Art Center
541-772-8188
kim@roguegallery.org

Outreach Art Education Teacher Outreach Programming Teacher 2023

 Work as a guest art instructor in various elementary schools. Give monthly art instruction and art tours to elementary school children in public school classrooms and on field trips to the Rogue Gallery & Art Center.

Hours:                    Part time; during public school hours; average two days a month at six hours each day
Start Date:             February 2023
Wages:                   $20.00 – $28.00 depending on experience

General Description

The Outreach Art Education Teacher is part of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s outreach team to the public school. Teacher will instruct monthly art lessons to fifth grade students in Jackson County public schools and assist students in creating artwork. Art instructions are taught in school classrooms and at the Rogue Gallery’s studio. Teacher will also lead students on art tours in gallery spaces at the Rogue Gallery.

Qualifications

  • Experience instructing art to children
  • Familiarity with visual arts curriculum
  • Excellent planning, writing, and verbal skills
  • Knowledgeable of various art media
  • Strong communication and classroom management skills
  • Enthusiasm for the visual arts
  • Must pass an Oregon state background check
  • Lift 35 pounds

 Preferred Qualifications

  • B.A./B.F.A. in Visual Art, Art Education, or related field
  • Bilingual English/ Spanish
  • Experience teaching in elementary schools

 Duties and Responsibilities

  • Instruct fifth grade students in various art media, art fundamentals, and design principles
  • Aid students as they work with various art media in creating their own artwork
  • Lead students in exhibit tours at Rogue Gallery
  • Lead students in art games and puzzles at Rogue Gallery
  • Communicate art concepts to students
  • Develop material list for students art projects
  • Aid Rogue Gallery staff in installing a student art exhibit in the Rogue Gallery’s Community Gallery

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is a non-profit visual art center that serves Southern Oregon. We present inspirational visual art exhibitions, educational opportunities, and community outreach programs. Located in downtown Medford, the Rogue Gallery has over 5500 sq. ft. dedicated to the visual arts that include three exhibition spaces, an artisan gift shop, and a large art studio.

To Apply:  Send a cover letter, resume, and two job references to:

Kim Hearon, Executive Director
Rogue Gallery & Art Center
kim@roguegallery.org