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NYSCA Face to Face 2018 Regrant Program

The Roundtable is accepting applications to the NYSCA Face to Face Upstate (& Long Island) Arts Educator & NYC Unaffiliated Teaching Artists Subsidy Program.

Qualified applicants from upstate New York (and Long Island) are invited to submit an application for funds toward the cost of travel and accommodation to attend the conference. Up to ten unaffiliated teaching artists based in New York will receive a registration subsidy to attend the conference.

Click Here to see guidelines for Upstate NY Arts Educators Program.

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Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Announces FREE Professional Development series

By Jenny Clarke

LMCC recently announced its 2014 Professional Development Program, a suite of free workshops and intensive seminars on timely issues in the areas of business and professional practice, as essential supports to artistic practice and community/audience engagement. These programs are designed specifically for artists living and working in New York City in an effort to foster learning and dialogue, as well as to create robust and expanding networks for participants.

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I Don’t Feel Well: A Teaching Artist’s Journey Through Healthcare

I Don’t Feel Well: A Teaching Artist’s Journey Through Healthcare

By Katie Rainey

 

            “What’s wrong? Your tummy hurt?”

            I crouch down to her level, kneeling to meet her eye to eye.

            “My throat is scratchy.”

            There are students all around, drawing, jumping, playing, burning off pent-up energy from a long day at school. I’m trying to maintain some sense of classroom in this after-school program – a visual arts and story residency for kindergartners that falls after their required 9+ hours of common core and state standards learning – when one smallish girl with pigtails and a Frozen shirt tugs on my arm and tells me she feels ill.

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Now Accepting Proposals: Face to Face Conference 2018

25th ANNIVERSARY FACE TO FACE CONFERENCE

DATES: Wednesday, April 4 & Thursday, April 5, 2018

CONFERENCE LOCATION: Shepard Hall, The City College of New York

Convent Ave between W. 138th St. and St. Nicholas Terrace

Application Deadline: Monday, September 18, 2017at 12pm EST

FACE TO FACE is a professional development conference for arts administrators, teaching artists, and others interested in the field of arts in education.

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The only event of its kind in NYC and the largest in the state, 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 policy and advocacy, assessment, fundraising,

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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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Racial/Ethnic and Gender Diversity in the Orchestra Field

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