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TCA is currently advertising two open part-time positions, “Gift Shop Inventory Manager,” and “Studio Assistant” at the Tubac School of Fine Arts. Please download the job descriptions for each below. Qualified applicants should provide a resume and letter of interest per directions in the job description pdf. No phone calls, please.
TCA is a small nonprofit organization. All staff must be able to wear many hats. Customer service is of primary importance, as well as flexibility and the ability to work in a highly collaborative environment.
Tubac Center of the Arts
Physical Address: 9, Plaza Road, Tubac, AZ 85646
Mailing Address: PO Box 1911, Tubac, AZ 85646
Gift Shop Inventory Manager
Part-time – 2 -3 days per week. The Gift Shop Inventory Manager is responsible for accurate detailed management of all gift shop products through the Square register platform. Download the job description below. Start date July 2021.
Tubac School of Fine Art
Part-time – 30-35 hours per week, September – May.
The Studio Assistant (SA) will have direct responsibility for the management of the workshop space before, during, and after each workshop. The SA interacts directly and indirectly with the visiting public and workshop attendees.
Download the job description below. Start date September 2021.
Since the early 70s, Tubac Center of the Arts (TCA) has provided a venue for encouraging and attracting artistic activity. As the Santa Cruz Valley’s most inclusive and comprehensive arts organization, TCA has grown to meet the growing needs of the area. It now houses three galleries with more than 3,500 square feet of wheelchair accessible exhibit space, a Members’ Gallery, a performance stage, art library, gallery shop and office space.
Tubac Center of the Arts is a nonprofit art center in Tubac, a true artistic gem in the southwest. The art center offers changing nationally juried art exhibitions, opportunities for artists to exhibit their work, art workshops, lectures, a performing arts series, special events, and a children’s summer arts program.
Nestled in the Santa Cruz River Valley between the Tumacacori, Santa Rita and San Cayetano Mountains, Tubac offers much to its visitors – recreation, lodging, restaurants, galleries, artists’ studios, the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, and the Tumacacori National Historical Monument.
Tubac is a historic destination for the arts located in Southern Arizona about 40 miles south of Tucson and 17 miles north of Nogales off Interstate 19.
Tubac is one of the oldest towns in Arizona, an 1800’s Spanish Presidio turned artist colony. Tubac offers a rich history as well as an artistic experience. Just a 45-minute drive south of Tucson, the blue skies and mountainous vistas surround this laid back community offering visitors a respite and retreat from the hustle of everyday life.
In the 1930s – 1960s Tubac became an art colony. Painter Dale Nichols opened an art school in the small desert village in 1948 and restored some of Tubac’s historic buildings. Students included watercolorist Al Romo and sculptor Bob Brisley. Other significant artists in the Village included Sophie and Harwood Steiger, Hal Empie and Hugh Cabot.
In 1961, the Santa Cruz Valley Art Association was formed with 80 members, now known as Tubac Center of the Arts. The organization has grown over time with three significant additions to the building, allowing for the expansion of the performing arts series and nationally juried art exhibitions. The SVAA also established the Tubac Festival of the Arts in 1964 which later moved to the Tubac Chamber of Commerce as a larger community event.
- Galleries will be closed from May 24 – August 12, 2021.
- The Gift Shop will be open on weekends during July.
- August Hours Thurs. – Sat., 10am – 4:30pm, Sun., 12 – 4:30pm
September – May: Mon – Sat: 10:00am – 4:30pm Sun: 12:00pm- 4:30pm
TCA is closed on major holidays. Call before visiting. TCA will close at 1pm on both Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. We will be closed on Christmas and New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, and Memorial Day.