How to Become a BBTCAC Instructor

BBTCAC strives to provide classes and workshops where individuals of all ages and walks of life may learn a new craft, perfect their existing skills, build their portfolios, and potentially become entrepreneurs as they sell their works of art.

Since opening our gallery in 2005, we have offered youth and adult visual arts classes and workshops in a variety of mediums, including acrylic, oil, and watercolor painting, basket weaving, chair caning, ceramics & pottery, quilting, sewing, mixed media, photography, printmaking, and stained glass, to name a few. 

We are currently accepting applications for Classes and Workshops to be taught from March 1 through December 31, 2015. We are looking for a variety of youth and adult programs, both one time workshops and ongoing skill building classes in the above listed mediums and more. While most classes will be held at the BBTCAC Camden (Wilcox County) campus, we hope to offer additional classes and workshops throughout our 19 county region. We also look forward to adding classes/workshops in literature, theater, food arts, music, and other visual media.

Your first step to become a BBTCAC Instructor is to complete this packet of information, which includes:

Instructor Application

Class/Workshop Proposal

Please mail or email all requested forms to us at:
209 Claiborne Street, Camden, AL 36726 or

Following receipt of Instructor Application, we will schedule an interview to discuss ideas and proposals. Thank you, and we look forward to working with you at BBTCAC!