Teaching Artist as Entrepreneur

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Teaching Artist as Entrepreneur

Join the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable and the NYC Museum Educators Roundtable for a three-part workshop featuring panels on financial sustainability, networking, and the NYCDOE vendor license process for freelance educators. 

Program is FREE for members and $5 for non-members.

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Respecting Pronouns in the Classroom

Kids understand themselves better, and at a much younger age, than adults assume. This includes their gender identity. Gender identity refers to one’s inner sense of being male, female, both, or neither.

As educators, we can take small steps to make sure all students feel welcome and affirmed in our schools regardless of their gender identity. Being thoughtful about how we use pronouns is a meaningful way to support children whose gender might be different from what appears on their birth certificate.

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The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable Elects Six New Board Members

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July 10, 2019

NEW YORK, NY – The New York City Arts in Education Roundtable is pleased to announce the election of six new members to the Roundtable’s Board of Directors: Ronald Alexander, Traci Lester, Toya Lillard, Ayodele Oti, Karen Sam, and Mi Ryung Song.

“The Roundtable is thrilled to have this wonderful class of experienced and talented leaders join our Board of Directors this year,” said Jennifer DiBella,

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How the Creative Placemaking Tide Lifts All Community Boats

On a Sunday afternoon in June, with the temperature well above 80 degrees, the Perry Avenue Commons on Chicago’s South Side bustles with a remarkable amount of activity. By the end of a warm weekend, you’d expect things to be winding down. But six or so volunteers and mentors tend vegetable plots of kale and leafy greens at one end of a four-block-by-four-property, part of a commercial farm and community garden managed by the nonprofit Sweet Water Foundation.

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#TeachingArtistThursday Nomination Form

In celebration of these incredible artists, innovators, and change-makers, we are launching a new form to shine a light on Teaching Artists working in schools, communities, and beyond. This form gives YOU the chance to acknowledge the dedication and hard work of one or more teaching artists in conjunction with our #TeachingArtistThursday series.

Please answer the below questions, and you might just see a familiar face pop up on our social media channels.

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Moving Forward with the Roundtable

Your Voice. Your Impact.

On the heels of a tremendously successful Town Hall and the closing of the Roundtable Survey on May 15, we want to say THANK YOU. Thank you for your candor, your willingness to dream big, and for your dedication to arts education in NYC.

Based on the feedback we received from these different channels, the Roundtable’s Strategic Planning Committee met in mid-May to analyze and discuss next steps that our organization can take to better meet the needs of our community.

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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:

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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.

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

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Exploring the Process and Commitment of Becoming Better Social Justice Orgs

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