CPS Arts Liaisons serve as on-site arts leader and champion in their school community. In each school across the district, the Arts Liaison: Serves as the primary point of communication between their school, the CPS Department of Arts Education, Ingenuity and community arts partners; Works to ensure that students, educators, and administrators have access to vital arts-related information across all disciplines (visual art, music, theatre, dance, media arts); and Acts as an advocate by seeking actionable ways to expand and improve arts education and programming in their school and in the broader community.

 

This is a school-based role, and the selection process is completed at each school site. Inquire about the specific details of this opportunity with your school’s administration.

Eligibility: No experience is necessary, but candidates should have working knowledge of the Fine and Performing Arts needs in the school and have excellent communication skills.

Competency Alignment

Fosters trusting relationships to enable productive change: The Arts Liaison builds strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including school staff, school administration, the CPS Department of Arts Education, Ingenuity, and community arts partners.

Adapts and shows resilience to create solutions: The Arts Liaison advocates to ensure all stakeholders in their school-community have access to Arts Education and Programming.