Summer Workshop Proposal

Fill out this form to propose a one-time workshop to teach at Arts@302 for Summer 2023. Please read through all FAQ below before beginning your proposal.

All fields must be completed or submitted before proposals will be reviewed by the committee. Submitting a proposal to the committee does not guarantee approval. You may submit multiple proposals.

Q1. How long are workshops?

When proposing a workshop, it is important to consider the necessary amount of instructional time you will need to give your students a meaningful experience or project, while also keeping them engaged. Below are the two formats for workshops we currently offer.

  • Single Day (Can be 1-6 hours long)
  • Multi-Day/Weekend Workshop (Friday 6pm-9pm and Saturday 10am-4pm)

Longer workshops may require a break for lunch. In your proposal, carefully consider the total amount of instructional time that you would like with your students. 

Q2. When are most workshops?

Below are the suggested windows for workshops for each day. Different or longer times may be possible if discussed with 302 staff. 

THURSDAYS: Anytime 4:00pm-9:00pm

SATURDAYS: Anytime 10:00am-4:00pm

WEEKEND WORKSHOP: Friday 6pm-9pm + Saturday 10am-4pm

Q3. What are the recommended ages?

The age group of a class decides so much about the structure and lesson planning. Please note that we allow ages 16+ to enroll in our adult classes. Below are a few recommended age groups that classes have followed so far. Many workshops are open to a mixed group of ages (e.g. Adults/Kids 12+). You may propose an entirely new age range.

  • Pre-school: ages 3-5 
  • Lower Elementary: ages 5-10
  • Upper Elementary: ages 8-12
  • Middle/high school: ages 11-15
  • Adult: ages 16+

Q4. How are supplies handled?

When possible, we like to try and use the art supplies that we already have on hand first (e.g. acrylic paints, paint brushes, paper etc.). Any additional or specialty supplies will be ordered through Dick Blick or amazon as needed. Generally speaking, Arts@302 will provide all or most supplies for children’s classes. Students in adult classes will be expected to purchase some or all supplies for their classes. 

In your proposal, please list ALL supplies that you will need (including the no-brainers) and be as specific as you can, including web links when necessary. Executive Director, Jennifer Deal, will be your contact for handling supplies.

Contact Information

Main Course Information

Subject to change by committee.
This information will give the 302 staff a deeper sense of the experience your course will offer. Some or all of this information may appear on the website and other promotional materials.
Information from this question will make up a "What You'll Learn" section on the course description.
What level of experience is this workshop for?
Would you like a single day or multi-day workshop?(Required)
Drop files here or
Max. file size: 50 MB.
    Are you the artist behind your uploaded examples?

    Dates and Times

    Please check any dates that you are available to teach your course.
    eg. #1 Saturday, June 17th 10:00am-4:00pm
    If you are interested in teaching your workshop on a Saturday, please select any or all Saturdays that you would be available.
    If you are interested in teaching your workshop on a Thursday, please select any or all Thursdays that you would be available.

    Student Information

    Most courses have a cap of 12, but some mediums benefit from a lower number. All classes require a minimum of 5.


    Please be as specific as is necessary. Kids will have supplies provided for them. Adults will be expected to purchase supplies.
    Please be as specific as in necessary.

    Additional Information

    (Optional) Would you like your proposal to be in a class with easels or tables?
    (Optional) Please select all spaces that are appropriate for your class/event
    Arts@302 will make the final decision on classroom placement.