The Music Hall Academy at the Tarrytown Music Hall is looking for teaching artists, theater educators, directors, voice teachers and musical directors to work on classes, workshops, residencies and student productions in the coming school year. Contact Academy Director Peter Royston at email@example.com with interest. Westchester-based or ability to get to Westchester preferred. Check out our upcoming summer season at tarrytownmusichall.org/academyMore Details >
The Arts and Literacy Teaching Artist is expected to be knowledgeable of current arts education trends and methodology. The Teaching Artist will develop and facilitate a progressive, innovative arts and literacy-based curriculum, to include a selection of daily learning activities and educational materials. Lesson planning, student assessment and evaluation are required. The Teaching Artist will work with other teaching staff as a team to plan and organize major yearly projects (i.e.- Children’s Spring Festival, annual art exhibition,More Details >
Studio in a School (Studio) seeks a dedicated and innovative arts education professional to join its senior program team as the Residency Program Manager. The Residency Program Manager will coordinate, oversee, and support visual art instruction delivered by professional artist instructors in public schools and community based organizations throughout New York City. The Residency Program Manager will join a passionate, talented team in a dynamic and well-respected art education organization, while taking leadership in implementing a diverse portfolio of programs.More Details >
The Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) Teaching Artist Fellowship engages talented visual artists, designers, and educators in CUP’s award-winning methodologies. The CUP Teaching Artist Fellowship allows New York City- based Teaching Artists to apply their art and design skills to contribute to social change. Six to eight Fellows will be selected to participate in the year-long fellowship, in which they will learn CUP’s Youth Education methodologies and engage with a Teaching Artist community invested in social justice.More Details >
Primary Stages seeks a dynamic, energetic, and dedicated professional for the part-time position of Student Services Associate for the Einhorn School of Performing Arts (ESPA). The position will assist in day-to-day operations of ESPA, including class registration and payment plans, data management, and student services. Since our founding, Primary Stages has endeavored to be a home for staff, artists, and audiences alike. A commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion are paramount to how we create an environment where our community can continually return and feel
The Unquowa School in Fairfield, CT is seeking a part-time Drama teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. Ideal candidate will have experience in elementary and middle school classroom teaching and/or Teaching Artist work, in addition to an advanced degree in a related field (Education and/or Theatre/Drama/Performing Arts). Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Implementing and expanding upon already-existing Drama curriculum for elementary and middle-school aged students.
Collaborating with Performing Arts Department faculty on cross-curricular lesson topics and special performances (i.e.
REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Education Staff
COMMITMENT: 30-45 hrs/wk per session (see details below)
Session 2: July 8th – 12th, July 15th – 19th, and July 22nd – 26th
OR Session 3: July 29th – August 2nd, August 5th – 9th, and August 12th-16th
*You must be available for all three weeks of a session to be considered.
- Mondays, 8:00am – 5:30pm
- Tuesdays –
Museum Educators are integral to El Museo’s Education Programs in that they provide the general public with insight into exhibitions and Cultural Celebrations from the perspective of a practicing artist. The Museum Educatoris responsible for the development and implementation of on-site Guided Tours, Hands-on Workshops and storytelling workshops for K-12 students, families, and university and adult audiences. On-Site programs link the Museum’s mission and history, Permanent Collection, exhibitions on view, and cultural celebrations together, through grade-appropriate discussions,More Details >
Teachers & Writers Collaborative seeks an innovative self-starter with a passion for inspiring others through the arts to manage its creative writing programs for youth and adults in New York City.
Teachers & Writers Collaborative Inc. (T&W) was founded in 1967 with the belief that professional writers could make a unique contribution to the teaching of writing and literature. T&W seeks to educate the imagination by offering innovative creative writing programs for students and teachers,More Details >
The National Guild for Community Arts Education (“Guild”) seeks a visionary and highly organized professional to provide leadership, management, and day-to-day oversight of the Guild’s national conference, online learning, and member networks. The Guild is looking for someone who is a life-long learner, possesses a keen intellect and tenacious spirit, and shares our belief in the transformational power of creativity, equity, leadership, and community. The Assistant Director of Learning (“Assistant Director”) will have an opportunity to work with a creative staff and to collaborate with arts education leaders across the country to advance community arts education regionally and nationally.More Details >