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The New York City Arts in Education Roundtable is a service organization and a community of arts education practitioners sharing information, providing professional development, and communicating with the public to promote our work in schools and beyond.

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What's happening in the field of arts education? In classrooms? In communities? In the office? What challenges do you face? What would you like to know to improve your practice?

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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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NYC Arts In Education Roundtable School-Year Kick-off, TASK Party and ITAC Mixer

Creative Connections! NYC Arts In Education Roundtable School-Year Kick-off, TASK Party and ITAC Mixer

The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable invites all members of the arts in education field to connect with delegates from the International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC) and join a fun and creative celebration of the new school year. Based on the work of contemporary artist Oliver Herring, TASK is an improvisational art-making event that allows participants to collaborate with other artists and educators in a supportive environment.

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Request for Proposals

FACE TO FACE 2019 Wednesday, April 24 & Thursday, April 25, 2019 Request for Proposals *Application Deadline EXTENDED: September 28, 2018*

 

FACE TO FACE is a professional development conference for arts administrators, teaching artists, and others interested in the field of arts in education. The conference strives to demonstrate effective teaching and learning strategies for practitioners in the field of arts in education, as well as to provide forums for discussion of other critical issues such as equity,

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Maintaining Parallel Careers; A Teaching Artist Perspective

Maintaining Parallel Careers; A Teaching Artist Perspective
by Chris Giordano & Jacqueline Raymond

This audio blog entry “Maintaining Parallel Careers” was inspired by everyday conversations with fellow teaching artists. By experience, we have often had to make decisions on where are we going to spend our resources. Do we professionally pursue opportunities to showcase our art or do we commit to a teaching residency? Often we strive do both, but there always seems like a sacrifice or missed opportunity in the other field.

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Gender in the Classroom Part 2: What’s in a Pronoun?

What’s In a Pronoun?

by AnJu Hyppolite

 

We, she, he, I, you, it, and them.”

We, she, he, I, you, it, and them.”

We,

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Gender In The Classroom; A Two Part Blog Series.

Gender In The Classroom; A Two Part Blog Series.

 

As The Day Of Learning approaches, we offer you two perspectives on gender expression in the classroom.  Part One is from a Teaching Artist, Kelindah, who identifies as non-binary.  Part Two, written by Anju, a Teaching Artist who is cisgendered, will be released early next week.

We encourage you to respond to this article on the facebook page and keep the conversation going.  

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de Blasio Names a New Schools Chancellor

Click HERE for the New York Times Story

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On Our Minds, Special Issue

May 9, 2017

On Our Minds Special Issue: IMPACT x 4

Introduction
Series Editor: Dennie Palmer Wolf, WolfBrown

The Impact of Raising the Stakes
Courtney J. Boddie, The New Victory Theater
The Impact of Investing in Human Capital
Jamie Roach, Teaching Artist, The New Victory Theater
The Impact of Re-thinking Research and Practice
Steven Holochwost, WolfBrown
Curating Impact, Not Shows
Alan Brown and Sean Fenton,

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Forty Years of Fellowships: A Study of Orchestras’ Efforts to Include African American and Latino Musicians

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