Open Positions With The Estria Foundation
Youth Development • Arts Education • Cultural Preservation • Community Building
The Estria Foundation (TEF) is a nonprofit arts organization that creates U.S. and international public art that inspires local communities to affect social change and environmental impact. We are seeking an Art Teacher who will be based in Honolulu, Hawai`i. If you have a passion for art and have the ability to inspire students and thrive in a creative and collaborative environment we invite you to apply.
Mission The Estria Foundation creates art in public spaces locally and globally with artists, youth, educators, and activists in order to raise awareness and inspire action in the movement to resolve human and environmental issues.
Mele Murals ProgramLocal artists, youth and other members of communities across the Hawaiian Islands will create a series of large-scale outdoor murals inspired by Hawaiian lyrics (mele), depicting stories of Hawaiian heritage and culture. Mele Murals advances the ideals and spirit of the Hawaiian culture. Our goal is to utilize the popularity of street art to create a movement of young artists who will become trusted cultural leaders.
Mele Murals Intersession Programs Our intersession educational program will be offered during the intersession breaks of Spring Break, Summer Break, and Fall Break. Students will be taught meditation, oli (songs and Hawaiian chants), cultural practices, drawing and painting, all with a focus on project-based, culture-based mural making.
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