Mark Arts

Join Our Team

Explore your creativity and imagine the possibilities at Mark Arts.  We are committed to fostering a culture of diversity and collaboration, promoting sustainability in our endeavors and giving our employees what they need to develop their careers and enrich their lives.

Education Manager

The Education Manager is responsible for developing and promoting educational courses at Mark Arts to the community and collaborating with other organizations in the community for programming opportunities within these disciplines. This role is also responsible for managing the administrative functions of the school such as assisting with enrollment, maintaining class rosters, managing the school website & class schedules, maintains appropriate contracts and documentation for the classes, managing the faculty, budget, facilities and supplies for these disciplines. Additionally, the role will have responsibility for external educational programming opportunities. The Education Manager will supervise the various teaching artists and oversee summer intern(s).


  • Coordinate faculty & overall innovative programming for the Youth, Culinary, Digital & Metals studios, including developing class and workshop schedules as well as Adult and Youth private parties
  • Research & evaluate trends in arts education and make recommendations to Program Committee regarding new ideas
  • Visit classrooms regularly to make announcements, monitor instruction, classroom appearance, etc.
  • Monitor competition in the community (including gaps) for art education programming
  • Present proposed educational courses to Executive Director and then to the Program Committee
  • Partner with other educational organizations, non-profits for programming opportunities
  • Collaborate with ideas for educational opportunities with Exhibition Director
  • Target Study Collection to be utilized for classes & events in the school
  • Coordinate with Marketing & Development Director to produce course catalogs, include on website and promote through social media
  • Provide educational information and class and workshop information for Mark Arts publications
  • Manage Profit & Loss Statement for the studios
  • Evaluate classroom space and determine best utilization for revenue and educational courses
  • Make recommendations to Executive Director on course fees – develop sustainable model for class structure
  • Draft, distribute and summarize quarterly student experience surveys
  • Manage incentive programs for faculty within budget
  • Observe classes and workshops to identify opportunities with teachers to market classes on social media in conjunction with Development & Marketing Director
  • Manage classroom supplies & inventory. Look for opportunities for in-kind supply donations for school and evaluate various vendors for lowest cost
  • Manage ways to deliver education programming (off site, home schools, etc.)
  • Implement STEAM in youth programming.
  • Coordinate events and multiple family friendly educational activities including Autumn & Art and Wichita Riverfest events; Faculty Exhibition and Student Exhibition – (coordinate with Exhibitions Director); Art Fairs; Youth Exhibition
  • Manage/monitor housekeeping of classrooms
  • Assist with enrollment and maintain class rosters
  • Manages website for school class schedule listings and parties
  • Prepares and maintains class instructor, private party and guest instructor agreements
  • Maintains files for consent forms (photos, emergency contact, studio procedures, etc.)
  • Staff lead on Program Committee

Skills & Abilities Required:

  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Analytical skills to manage classroom trends, course timing, etc.
  • Ability to take calculated risks and experiment with programming
  • Possess an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Able to work independently & manage deadlines
  • Detail oriented & organized
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and projects with conflicting deadlines

Education/ Experience Preferred:

Bachelor’s degree in Education, Art History or Business


Youth Instructor Aide

The Youth Instructor Aide is responsible for working with students and performing additional tasks to support Youth Instructors in providing an arts educational program. Our ideal candidate is industrious, cooperative, capable of taking direction and knowledgeable about educational best practices and child development. This role reports to the Education Director.


  • Assist with gathering materials for lessons and demonstrations as directed by the lead instructor
  • Ensure students have all materials necessary for class activities
  • Work with students individually or in small groups to foster classroom harmony
  • Provide extra help as needed to students with physical, mental, or linguistic limitations
  • Assist with drop-off and pick-up
  • Take class attendance on the first day of class and have parents complete required forms and submit information to Education Director
  • Coordinate with instructor to determine daily tasks
  • Supervise students in various settings including classrooms and galleries
  • Enforce school policies and procedures
  • Monitor youth during breaks for safety and age appropriate play
  • Prepare snacks and clean up accordingly
  • Assist instructor with classroom clean-up, put away supplies, following studio closing procedures

Skills & Abilities Required:

  • At least one year of relevant experience
  • Strong communication skills
  • Able to work well with a team or independently
  • Effective multitasker
  • Must pass background check before starting employment
  • Must have Saturday availability and seasonal weekday availability

Education/ Experience Required:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • 1+ year of experience working in an educational or childcare setting

Education/ Experience Preferred:

  • Certification in child first aid and CPR
  • Associate’s degree in education or related field preferred

Job Type: Part-time

Please send a cover letter and resume to

Summer Interns

It’s an exciting time to be at Mark Arts. We are looking for motivated and creative students to help Mark Arts this summer. Our part-time or full-time opportunities are unpaid but may count for class credits.

  • Gallery Intern – help organize, hang and take down exhibitions while learning about proper art handling
  • Marketing Intern – assist with photography, social media and graphic design projects
  • Youth Education Intern – work with kids ages 6 -11 attending camp
  • Ceramics Studio Intern – assist in the ceramics studio
  • Education Intern – assist with studio setup and upkeep
  • Event Rentals – assist with rentals in our new venue

Please send a cover letter and resume to

Art Instructors – All Areas

Mark Arts is looking for enthusiastic instructors who would like to share their passion for the arts through education. Opportunities include classes, workshops and camps for ages 3 through adult. Mail cover letter and resume to: Kellie Hayden, Operations Manager / 9112 E. Central, Wichita, KS  67206 or email

Submit your course proposals here.


We are looking for youth education instructors for beginning through advanced students in the following areas.

  • Bookbinding
  • Ceramics/ Pottery
  • Clay Sculpture
  • Culinary Arts
  • Digital Arts
  • Drawing & Painting
  • Glass Fusion
  • Handbuilding
  • Homeschool Visual Arts
  • Mixed Media
  • Printmaking
  • STEAM Programming (Educational programs linking Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)


We are looking for adult education instructors for beginning through advanced students in the following areas.

  • Culinary Arts
    • Pastry and Baking
    • Beverage and Meal Pairing
    • Knife Skills
    • Breakfast Foods
    • Entertaining and Appetizers
    • Smoothies and Fitness Meals
    • Vegan/ Vegetarian
    • Gluten-Free Cooking
    • International Foods
  • Ceramics/ Pottery
    • Potter’s Wheel
    • Handbuilding
    • Glaze Mixing & Techniques
  • Digital Arts (Adobe Suite Software used)
    • Graphic Design
    • Computer Illustration & Photoshop
    • Digital Drawing & Painting
    • Film Editing for Beginners
  • Enameling, Glass, Jewelry & Metalsmithing
    • Enameling
    • Jewelry & Metalsmithing
    • Lampwork Bead Making
    • Lapidary
    • Glass Fusing
  • Painting & Drawing
    • Oil Painting
    • Acrylic Painting
    • Drawing
    • Clothed and Nude Life Drawing
  • Printmaking
    • Collagraph
    • Solar Plate Intaglio
    • Dry-Point and Mezzotint
  • Sculpture (clay)
    • Portrait Sculpting
    • Relief Sculpting
    • Mold-Making