Teaching at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts
Classes, workshops, and programs are pillars of the Frank Bette Center for the Arts. Our experienced instructors offer regular classes and workshops while new instructors are encouraged to propose new and exciting directions.
How it works
Our experience shows that potential instructors must either already have a following or be prepared to build a following of potential students and attendees. The Center strongly suggests new instructors conduct marketing surveys to determine potential interest before sending the Center a proposal - and including this information in the proposal.
Once a proposal is accepted our in-house marketing and communications and gallery management teams can assist with marketing and communication. In return, we require a commitment of three teaching cycles for all new classes and workshops. So, if a class is proposed to run for six sessions, instructors must commit to three (3) cycles of six (6) sessions.
Allow six (6) to eight (8) weeks advance of the class for marketing.
Note: instructors are strongly advised to take on the bulk of the marketing although the Center can advise and consult. As a volunteer run organization, the Center’s teams cannot commit to handling all the publicity for any class.
What the Center does
NOTE: Frank Bette Center members have first opportunity for classroom space. Become a member.
What an instructor does
Cancellation and refunds
Are your ready to teach? Fill out FBCA’s proposal form to get started .