We’re Hiring! We have an immediate need for youth instructors for Summer 2023

 We Are Seeking Teaching Artists In A Variety Of Disciplines Designed For Youth And Adults At All Levels Of Learning

We are always looking for Artists to teach both Adult and Youth Workshops



  • Young artist (age 7 – 17) courses are offered July to Mid-August and youth weekend classes are offered in the Spring and Fall.
  • Summer full-day workshop hours generally start at 9:00 am and end by 3:00 pm, with an hour for lunch.


  • Adult workshops (18+) are offered April through October and range from a half-day to five-days in length.
  • Full-day workshop hours generally start at 9:00 am and end by 4:00 pm, with an hour for lunch.


  • You specify the age range, skill level, and their workshop content.
  • You tell us the days you would like to teach and your ideal class size (up to a maximum of 10 students)
  • Materials can be supplied by the instructors for a specified fee, or create a supply list for the students.
  • Fall and Spring workshops are typically held on weekends.


  • Fair wage based on a daily fee
  • Travel mileage up to $250
  • Coffee, soft drinks, snacks, and lunch
  • Overnight lodging
  • Opportunity to sell your art in the Gift Shop
  • Opportunity to sell your art at our July 1 and August 12 festivals


Fletcher Farm School is committed to making art accessible to everyone by offering workshops by teaching artists at reasonable cost. Workshops are intentionally kept small so every student has individual time with instructors for their best learning experience.

Our non-profit school is a 13,000 sq. ft. multi-arts facility located on a renovated historic farm just outside of a popular winter resort known for world-class outdoor recreation. Just close enough for fun, but just far enough to enjoy the quiet countryside. The school consists of nine indoor classrooms, a gift shop, an outdoor pavilion, and huge open fields with a remarkably picturesque Vermont farm setting. Connected and adjacent you’ll find a community farm, a brook with a small pond, and hiking trails. Across the street is the Black River where licensed trophy trout fishing is allowed. So while you’re not teaching, you’re on vacation!
The Nest is our collection of residential rooms, and are free to instructors while they are teaching on campus. Check us out, we are known throughout the region as the oldest residential Art and Craft School in Vermont. 



If you are interested in offering courses at Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts, please submit an Instructor Proposal form in one of three ways.

(1)  Fill out an online Google Form: 2023 Instructor Proposal Form and press submit

(2)  Complete the PDF file, and email it to Debi, schooldirector@fletcherfarm.org (use the free Adobe mobile PDF fill & sign app here

(3)  Print the form, fill it out, and mail it to: School Director / Fletcher Farm School for the Arts & Crafts / 611 Route 103 S / Ludlow, VT 05149For more information about the arts education program at Fletcher Farm School for the Arts & Crafts, please call or email Debi Orton, School Director at 802-228-8770 or schooldirector@fletcherfarm.org