Founded in 1982, Alonzo King LINES Ballet is a San Francisco Black-founded non- profit organization created with the purpose of touching hearts and stirring minds through dance. HeART with LINES school partnerships are developed to connect the philosophy and approach of Alonzo King to the everyday experiences of students, youth and families in the Bay Area, with an emphasis on individual creativity, community collaboration, social emotional learning, justice, equity, and discovery.
LINES is seeking experienced Dance Teaching Artists and Teaching Artist Assistants to join our Community Programs team teaching in HeART with LINES, our PreK-8th grade residency program, and Kids at LINES, our tuition-based kids program.
Community Programs Teaching Artists provide multi-week residency classes in concept-based and academically integrated dance learning in schools and community centers throughout San Francisco and in Berkeley.
Develop, teach and document lesson plans within our curricula
Collaborate with classroom teachers on planning, scheduling and instruction
Attend all professional development trainings (compensated)
Minimum of one year commitment required
Experience teaching dance within PreK-8th grade settings
BIPOC Teaching Artists are especially encouraged to apply
Commitment to arts equity
Language skills a plus (i.e. Spanish, Mandarin)
Ability to travel to various locations throughout San Francisco and some East Bay
Reports To: Director, Community Programs
To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Resumes accepted until position is filled.