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Senior Backend Engineer

Bringoz

Bringoz

Software Engineering
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
Posted on Thursday, June 13, 2024

About the Residency

The Cape Eleuthera Island School seeks a Bahamian resident artist to join our community for the Fall 2024 Semester. The residency program is an opportunity for people who are interested in developing their visual arts practice and their skills as an arts educator.

Resident Artists will be given access to our on-campus community art space and access to The Island School’s material resources for the duration of their residency. Residents are selected based on an individual’s overall practice and passion as an artist, with consideration for how they might fit into The Island School’s education mission. The residency is self-directed and independent.

During their residency, artists will spend the majority of their time engaging with their practice, either continuing existing projects or using the natural landscape of South Eleuthera to inspire new work. Artists are encouraged and expected to spend the majority of their time working on their practice and engaging with the community. In exchange for their studio space, artists will deliver two art classes per week, as well as occasional evening classes throughout the semester.

Artists can expect to be responsible for:

  • Deliver engaging and insightful art classes every Saturday, emphasizing the historical and cultural aspects of Bahamian art with the oversight of Semester faculty
  • Co-develop, refine and implement programming in visual arts
  • Foster interdisciplinary connections through art, integrating various subjects to provide a holistic learning experience.
  • Collaborate with researchers, staff and other school employees to enhance the student experience and utilize our campus, resources, and location as a classroom
  • Work professionally and cooperatively within the school community

In addition to this, artists will be provided with housing in dorm style accommodations on The Island School campus and access to the dining hall for on-campus meals.

Preferred Qualifications

  • 21 years or older at the time of employment
  • Interest in arts education and activism
  • Strong interpersonal, communication (written and oral), and organizational abilities
  • Adaptability and flexibility for remote island living

To Apply

Use the link here to apply and upload your documents or copy and paste: https://ceis.bamboohr.com/careers

The anticipated start date is August 19th, 2024 and the anticipated end date is December 15th, 2024.