Education


Corban Estate Arts Centre is committed to running high quality, interesting and dynamic public arts programmes for adults, youth and children using a wide range of media, inspiring students to explore their creative potential and expand their skills. Our tutors are talented local artists with experience in the arts and teaching fields delivering high quality courses.

Workshops and classes.

Public programmes are run throughout each term in the form of after-school classes and holiday programmes for children, weekend workshops and evening classes for adults and holiday workshops for youth. 

Our Education team design and produce quality term workshops and classes for school groups from New Entrants - Y13, and professional development sessions for teachers as part of our Arts Education for Schools programme.

ALT Arts is a term programme for youth enrolled in alternative education programmes in West Auckland. 

Summer School is our annual creative immersion programme for adults. In January each year we are host to an inspiring array of talented New Zealand artists offering their skill and experience in a range of innovative workshops over one week. 

 


Arts Educator Position

We are calling for a hands-on visual arts educator to be part of our education team; to plan, prepare and lead art workshops during both term and holiday time for school-aged students from across the Auckland region.

The ideal candidate will have a visual arts background, proven teaching experience, strong planning and organisational skills, and contribute well in a team environment.  Further key strengths we are looking for are:-

A broad knowledge of visual arts processes
Experience and enthusiasm teaching visual arts to different ages and abilities
Personal experience with a visual arts practice
A teaching qualification and knowledge of the NZ Education Curriculum are an advantage.

The role is a 32 hours per week salaried position at an initial rate of $25 per hour.

Applicants must be a New Zealand citizen or hold a New Zealand Resident Permit.

For a full Position Description and further information email info@ceac.org.nz or call (09)838 4455. Visit our Big Idea listing.  

Applicants must demonstrate how their skills, experience and competencies match the requirements outlined in the Position Description, in their covering letter.

Applications close Sun 12 May 2019.

 


Tutor Expressions of Interest for Workshop and Courses

Term 3 & 4 2019, and 2020
CEAC runs a diverse range of classes and workshops at the centre, including visual and performing arts.

To deliver these classes and workshops we are inviting EOI from tutors from a diverse range of disciplines who love working with kids, youth and/or adults. Our tutors generally remain with us for multiple workshops over a long period as we pride ourselves on providing a caring whānau environment where a relationship with the CEAC community is as important as the content that you deliver.

For a full position description read here.

Please email your CV, images of your work or completed student work and any relevant information to padma@ceac.org.nz or phone Padma for further information at 09 838 4455 ext 213.

Applications close Fri 31 May 2019.


The education team: 

Padma Naidu (Arts Education Manager)
Megan Carter (Arts Education Coordinator)
Eilis Galuszewski (Arts Educator)
Harry McNiven (Arts Educator)
Ashlee Tawhiti (Arts Programme Assistant)

 

Meet the team.

Padma Naidu 
Padma Naidu is the Education Manager. 

Eilis Galuszewski
Eilis Galuszewski is one of our skilled Arts Educators and also creative technician. She has a background in all forms of art making and specialises in wearable arts, theatre and costume design.

Megan Carter
Megan Carter is the Arts Education Coordinator. She has been involved across the Arts sector as a Producer and Co-ordinator, and is currently studying for her Masters in Creative Writing through Massey University.

Harry McNiven
Harry McNiven is fresh from the UK and joins the team as our new Arts Educator. Harry is an experienced art teacher of all ages across school and community environments. He has a diverse art practice, working in various media and techniques including collage and graffiti art.

Ashlee Tawhiti
Ashlee Tawhiti is our Arts Programme assistant. She is a practising visual artist and tutor, with experience in supporting special learning environments.