From Our Friends at AATE!

AATE is now accepting applications for their 2019 Conference Session Proposals! For more information on how to submit, frequently asked questions, or session proposal tips please visit: http://ow.ly/Y5xO30meSK3

The 32nd annual American Alliance for Theatre and Education Conference will take place in New York City from August 1-5, 2019. The conference theme is “Activate AATE: Exploring Theatre Educators’ Role and Responsibility

AATE’s 32nd annual conference will be held in diverse,

Theater Master Workshop Invite from NYC DOE!

THE CHARACTER FORMULA: A Master Workshop with Larry Silverberg (11/1/2018)

LaGuardia High School’s LITTLE FLOWER THEATER

This is a truly special event on November 1.  I am thrilled to welcome Larry Silverberg, internationally renowned acting teacher and author, as he leads us through his transformative workshop The Character Formula. Subsidized tickets are $10.

Larry, who studied with Sandy Meisner and is an expert in his approach, explores the core human components of theatre, 

News from the OASP

In September, the Roundtable Co-Chairs (Sobha Kavanakudiyil and Jennifer DiBella) met with Paul King, the Executive Director of the Office of Arts and Special Services (OASP). Here is some information he shared with us:

  • The Office of Arts & Special Projects staff contact information can be found HERE. The most recent appointment is Alexa Fairchild, Arts for Diverse Learners Program Manager.
  • The new Chancellor is very supportive of the arts in schools and committed to equity,

Roundtable Welcomes Interim Managing Director

NYC Arts in Education Roundtable’s Managing Director, Kyla Searle, will be transitioning out of her role this month. She has been awarded a fellowship with Harvard University, while also completing her MFA in Playwriting at Brown University. We are very proud of her and wish her the best of luck! As we begin the search for a new Managing Director, Kimberly Olsen, will step in as our Interim Managing Director and can be reached at kolsen@nycaieroundtable.org

My Full Experience at the International Teaching Artist Conference

By Heleya de Barros

It’s been two weeks since I walked out of Carnegie Hall, after three jam-packed days at the 4th International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC). I walked out a bit dazed, very tired, invigorated, and incredibly—amazingly—full. I ambled towards the subway with a colleague I’d met, but couldn’t quite bring myself to get on the train and just “go home.” It seemed crazy to follow my typical pattern after an experience like ITAC.

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,

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.

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.

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