What's the difference between a class and a workshop?
Classes at the OAS are typically 2-3 hour sessions and run weekly for
4 to 8 weeks. A class is a more relaxed atmosphere where instructors spread
information out over a longer period Students have more one-on-one instruction
and more time to practice while in class.
Workshops at the OAS are usually a one-time event focusing on a specific
medium and topic. A workshop may be quite intensive and wmphasize on a
hands-on-practice to implement the technique taught through the demonstration
process. Workshops often feature well known national and international
artists. They may run from one day to an entire week.
Qualifications: List all formal post-secondary visual arts qualifications
you have related to this work, including names of institutions and years.
List experience teaching art, including institutions, years and age of
students (children/ teens/ adults)
Teaching at the OAS requires you to have a Criminal Record Check.
Please contact us if you have any questions.