Face to Face 2020
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Conference Dates: April 15-16, 2020 @ CCNY

Through a wide variety of panels, workshops, reports, and other presentations, the conference gives arts in education practitioners the opportunity to think deeply and learn more about arts in education.

Early bird rates available through March 20!

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Check out the latest job openings in the arts education field in our Jobs Board section. Interested in posting a job listing to the website? Please send it directly to info@nycaieroundtable.org.

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Connect with the largest, most diverse group of arts education colleagues anywhere! Roundtable membership runs for a full year from July 1 through June 30.

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Day of Learning on Equity & Inclusion: Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Pedagogy

Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Location: National Dance Institute

This year’s learning exchange will focus on Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Pedagogy. We will explore how our roles as arts educators and administrators can support a student centered learning space that honors cultural identities and promotes social-emotional well-being in the classroom.

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ROUNDTABLE MEMBERS: Shape the Future Leadership of the Roundtable (in under 10 minutes!)

The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable invites your ideas for candidates to serve on the Roundtable Board of Directors. Board members take responsibility for the fiduciary health of the organization, the hiring of executive staff, determining the strategic direction of the organization, and maintaining a focus on the mission. We strive to see that our board of up to 27 represents the disciplines, geography, organization types, races, genders, and abilities of our diverse field.


An Interview with Daniel Levy, Author of A Teaching Artist’s Companion

By Justin Daniel

Posted Tuesday, January 14, 2020

“When we embrace social justice as a motivator or organizing principle for our work, are we sure the art and art-making –with all the energy and ambiguity present in genuine quality work in any art form- are still the resonant core of what we are doing?“


Teaching Artist Resource Guide

Check out our new Teaching Artist Resource Guide! Filled with professional development opportunities, suggested readings, information about arts learning standards, and more, we hope you will use this guide as a resource to strengthen your teaching artistry and broaden your professional network.

Click here to access and download the document via Google Docs.



For Immediate Release: December 20, 2019

Contact: Ryan Max / Annie Leist, publicaffairs@culture.nyc.gov, 212-513-9323

Grants are part of City’s largest-ever $212 million arts and culture expense budget, which also includes funding for members of the Cultural Institutions Group and CreateNYC initiatives.

See the full list of grantees here.


Four Ways to #Advocate4ArtsEd with the Roundtable

The Roundtable empowered 1,603 teaching artists and arts education administrators in 2018-2019 with unique conferencesworkshopssocial media groups, and online resources and impacted tens of thousands of kids and community members across the five boroughs.

With your help, we can do even more in 2020.


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Extended Use Hardship Waiver Program (Sept. 2019)

The NYC Department of Education and the Borough Presidents’ Offices created the Extended Use Hardship Waiver Program in order to provide community organizations with greater access to our school facilities.

The fee waiver program launched in February 2019, and provides communities with more instructional, sporting, and recreational opportunities for students and/or adults. Community organizations that have a hardship paying the extended use permit fees can apply for a fee waiver.

Eligibility Requirements

Organizations must be:


CreateNYC: 2019 Cultural Action Plan (Aug. 2019)

From CreateNYC: A Cultural Plan for All New Yorkers

Posted on August 13, 2019

Download the Action Plan PDF.

“In July 2017, CreateNYC was released to the public as New York City’s first-ever comprehensive cultural plan. Following months of public engagement that engaged with nearly 200,000 New Yorkers, the plan provided a long term framework for promoting greater equity, access, diversity, and expanding opportunities for all residents to participate in the City’s vibrant cultural life.


Day of Learning 2019: Action Learning Session Resources (Jan. 2019)

Online Resources

Exploring the Process and Commitment of Becoming Better Social Justice Orgs

Chart Paper Takeaways


NYC AiE Roundtable