for teaching artists
Arts In Education
The ArtsCenter offers short and long-term residency options for classroom teachers through our Arts in Education program. We are always recruiting new teaching artists for in-class residencies and teacher workshops. Any teaching artist wishing to be considered to work in schools through our program must complete a Teaching Artist Application AND attend one of the Teaching Artist Workshops offered each year, during which time you will learn about the various residency models we offer and get professional development from a master teaching artist.
For more information about our Arts In Education program or to have a Teaching Artist application sent to you, please contact Arts in Education Coordinator Tracy Thomas at email@example.com.
2013 Teaching Artist Workshop
Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2013; 9am-12noon
Location: The ArtsCenter (West End Theater)
During the workshop you will learn about The ArtsCenter’s Arts In Education programming, as well as work with Master Teaching Art¬ist Faye Stanley to learn how to strengthen your classroom management skills when working in schools. The workshop fee is $10, and refreshments are included. You are encouraged to bring a bag lunch and examples of your work to share with other participants from 12 - 1 pm following the workshop. To register for the workshop, please contact The ArtsCenter's Arts In Education Coordinator Tracy Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, art genre, years of experience as a teaching artist and what you hope to get out of the workshop.
AfterSchool Arts Immersion(AAI) is always seeking the area's best Teaching Artists!
If you are an area professional teaching artist interested in teaching a one or two-week residency with our AfterSchool Arts Immersion (AAI) program, please download, complete and return an AAI Residency Proposal Form by clicking HERE.