Working artists are the heart of the Arts at CCBC.
To Teach at CCBC
For opportunities to teach in our lifelong learning programs through Continuing Education, please see our CEED pages.
If you have academic credentials or equivalent professional experience and wish to explore teaching in our credit programs, please go to the Human Resources Employment page and submit your resume for consideration.
To speak to a program coordinator about opportunities before applying, please contact the appropriate person below:
For Dance: Tommy Parlon, 443-840-1127
For Music: Monica Otal, 443-840-1942 (Dundalk and Essex) or Janet Lindquist, 443-840-4014 (Catonsville)
For Theatre: Julie Lewis, 443-840-1538
For Visual Arts: William Niebauer, 443-840-1568
To Showcase your Art at CCBC
Visual Artists interested in having their work considered for inclusion in a Gallery Show or Juried Exhibit should contact our Gallery Coordinator, Nicole Buckingham.
Directors, Musical Directors and Choreographers interested in working with our community theatres should submit their resumes and letters of interest to Director of Performing Arts Anne Lefter. Please indicate in the subject line for which theatre or production you are submitting.
Designers, technicians, stage managers, costumers and other backstage and booth personnel should submit their resumes to Lisa Boeren. Please indicate in the subject for which theatre or production you are submitting.
At this time, CCBC is not accepting original scripts for production. Local playwrights are encouraged to explore the Baltimore Playwrights Festival.
Performers, please see our Auditions page for current and upcoming performance opportunities at CCBC.