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Tilles Center for the Performing Arts is seeking applicants for the 2024 TEACHING ARTIST COHORT. Ideal candidates are theater, music and/or dance artists who are creative, curious, enthusiastic, and wish to learn about creative engagement and education.

Accepted candidates are required to attend a 5-day training, August 19 – 24, 2024 on the campus of Tilles Center/Long Island University. A stipend will be provided for attending the training. After completing the training, candidates will be employed part-time as teaching artists in Tilles Center’s School Partnership program. Teaching artists must be available Monday- Friday between the hours of 7am- 4pm.

Those with disabilities, all gender identities, and racially, culturally and linguistically diverse individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Learn more

Click here to apply. The application deadline is APRIL 30, 2024

Contact for more information.

The Westbury Arts Summer Program is currently seeking candidates to fill positions for

part-time teachers in the areas of:


Art, Crafts, Music, Dance, and Performing Arts


Please contact Lisa Fernandez at 631-921-3241 or email for more information.

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If interested in any of the volunteering opportunities,

please contact

Call for Volunteers!!


SCALA is growing & expanding.


We need you to support this growth.

SCALA has become a leading support and proponent for Visual Art education & Professional Development in Suffolk County.


Currently we provide Exhibition & Professional Development services to 30 Suffolk County School Districts and their Visual Art teachers.


If you have any interest, energy, and would like to offer your various skills we’d like you to join our SCALA family and become part of our team. 


We have openings for a few subcommittee positions 

Which can include:


Exhibitions : This committee communicates with art teachers about our art shows, gathering/organizing registration information and/or assisting with our 4 annual student and member shows & receptions.


CTLE/Professional Development: 

This Committee communicates via email with art teachers about their registrations for workshops, managing spreadsheets of registrations, communication via email with instructors, administrative tasks during workshops in person (and/or virtually), managing evaluations after each workshop in preparation for distribution of CTLE certificates.


Planning Committee: This committee needs innovative thinkers who can look towards the future & help plan large events in hopes of 1 day hosting a SCALA Superintendent’s Conference Day.

Thank you for your continued support and interest in SCALA. 


With your involvement & support SCALA can continue to thrive….

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