The Missoula Art Museum needs occasional art teachers for its after school classes, Saturday and weekend programs and the Summer Art School and for the Fifth Grade Art Experience. We are looking for art teachers who are serious about making their own art and communicating their knowledge of the creative process to others, both children and adults. Teaching experience and art expertise are necessary. Please send a resume, teaching philosophy and images of your artwork to Renee Taaffe, Curator of Education , Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee, Missoula , MT 59802 or call 728-0447 for more information. Preference is given to experienced teachers with advanced degrees in art or art education.
About MAM Teachers
BEV GLUECKERT received her MFA degree in printmaking from The University of Montana. She has taught with the MAM Art School for the past 16 years and with the MAM/ Flagship Arts Program since 1998. Currently, in addition to her work as a children's art teacher and studio artist she is adjunct professor with The University of Montana's Art Department. Bev is still an avid printmaker and shows her work locally and in the region. A recent exhibition was at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyoming.
JENNIFER RUDIO OGDEN holds a BA degree in art from the University of Colorado and an art education certification from The University of Montana. She has taught art at Victor Public School since 1995. Last summer she attended the Teacher's Institute for Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago.
ALLI DEPUY graduated from the University of Montana with a K-12 Teaching Certification with an emphasis in Fine Arts. She has worked as a teacher and art specialist with the Missoula Community School since 2002.
ERIN ROBERTS is a certified art teacher and has taught for the past five years at the Bonner Public School. This is her 8th summer teaching with MAM.
KARL STEIN has a BA in art from The University of Montana and is a certified art teacher. He has taught with MAM since 2002. He currently exhibits his work at the Dana Gallery in Missoula.