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[JOB] Teaching Artist (Web design)

Teaching Artist (Web design)



The Queens Museum of Art is currently seeking Web Design instructors for its New New Yorkers Program to teach HTML-based web design to adult immigrant students.

This is a temporary 2 month position with the possibility to teach more classes in the future.

The course consists of 8 Sunday sessions and the compensation rate is $240 per session.


Sound knowledge of Dreamweaver software. Bilingual-Spanish. Interest in community outreach and immigrant issues a plus.

On the New New Yorkers Program:

In a partnership with the Queens Library, the New New Yorkers Program designs and implements educational classes to meet the needs of immigrant adult communities in Queens. Broadening horizons and teaching valuable life skills through the arts, we offer the opportunity to interact with artists and their innovative work. Our courses are taught, cost-free, in a variety of languages and emphasize the arts, technology and English language acquisition. Some subjects covered are: painting, book making, crafts, photography, video editing, performance, graphic design, web design, computer literacy, arts literacy and English for Speakers of Other Languages.

For more information please contact Jose E. Rodreguez at (718) 592-9700 x135, or