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Creative Writer Teaching Artist

Community-Word Project (CWP)

Community-Word Project (CWP) Creative Writer Teaching Artist Job Description:

CWP is looking for energetic, POETS AND writers to work as Creative Writing Teaching Artists committed to bringing high quality arts programming to grades K-12 in NYC public schools. In addition to dedication to their own writing practice, Teaching Artists (TAs) interested in working with CWP must be:

·     Committed to amplifying the voices of young people in culturally and racially diverse urban communities.

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ARTS GROUP LEADER FOR SUMMER CAMP

St Nicks Alliance

The St. Nicks’ Division of Youth and Education is looking for Summer Camp Arts Group Leaders. The position is full time in July and August, part time during the school year. Job Description St. Nick’s is currently looking for an Arts Group Leader (visual arts, fashion, dance, drama, photography, etc.); to work in our Summer Camps. The Arts Group Leader will be responsible for the well being of elementary or middle school participants and creating Arts activities and lessons.

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PART TIME TEACHING ASSISTANT FOR AIAVAP AFTER SCHOOL, AND SUMMER ART CAMP

Arts In Action VAP

This position is open to all BFA graduates in fine art, or illustration, as well as current undergraduate/graduate students working toward their degree in Fine Art or Art Education. All applicants should be considering a possible career in art education. This is a great opportunity to learn sequential curriculum development as well as all aspects of classroom management. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assist the lead instructor in Fine Art Classes and Camps • Maintain studio supplies and cleanliness • Uphold AIAVAP’s Teaching Philosophy and Fine Art Curriculum Goals • Some administrative tasks required.

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TEEN PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR DIGITAL ART NONPROFIT

POWRPLNT

Teen Program Director The role of the POWRPLNT Teen Program Director is to organize and implement the Free Teen Programs. This can be after school programs, sequential courses, or teen activations and art shows. The Program Director is responsible for designing programs that align with the POWRPLNT mission of providing teens access to tech/design skills that may further their artistic, entrepreneurial, or professional goals. The Teen Program Director works with the Executive Director and the POWRPLNT team to create programs that are viable and engaging.

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ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR

CITYarts, INC

CITYarts, a public art non-profit Greenwich Village based organization, is looking for a dedicated, hard-working, organized and creative individual for the position of Assistant to the Director. The applicant must be deeply committed to non-profit arts administration and art education with a passion for CITYarts’ mission to bring youth and professional artists together to create public art, a creative process that empowers youth and connects children locally and around the world to become active participants in transforming communities.

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PART-TIME EDUCATION COORDINATOR, DIA:CHELSEA

Dia Art Foundation

Dia Art Foundation seeks an experienced Education Coordinator. This is a 20-hour per week part-time position based at Dia:Chelsea. With direction and oversight from the Education Manager, this position is responsible for a range of programmatic tasks associated with family, school, and youth engagement at Dia:Chelsea, and contributes intelligence to the development, implementation, and evaluation of Dia’s New York City-based educational initiatives. Dia, based in New York City, is committed to advancing, realizing, and preserving the vision of extraordinary artists.

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ARTIST EDUCATOR (TEEN PROGRAM), DIA:CHELSEA

Dia Art Foundation

Dia Art Foundation seeks an experienced Artist Educator to work with teens at Dia:Chelsea. The Artist Educator is responsible for designing and facilitating a weekly participant-driven teen engagement program for approximately 10 high school students in New York City. During the 2017–18 school year, the Artist Educator will collaborate with a diverse group of young people in a supported practice of critical engagement with Dia’s commissions, exhibitions, and sites, and will utilize working methodologies including discussion,

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TEACHERS & WRITERS COLLABORATIVE APPLICATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Teachers & Writers Collaborative (T&W)

TEACHERS & WRITERS COLLABORATIVE APPLICATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Teachers & Writers Collaborative (T&W) is currently accepting applications for teaching artist positions for 2017-2018.

T&W partners with New York City schools and community-based organizations to offer dynamic creative writing programs led by professional writers. Our programs inspire the imagination and foster self-expression, communication, and a life-long love of literature.

T&W Core Values are: 

  • Creativity: Our programs inspire imagination,
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MUSEUM EDUCATION ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT (DOE)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Met seeks a dynamic and experienced museum professional to serve as a key programmatic lead envisioning, planning and implementing Museum-wide programming including but not limited to: talks, lectures, in-gallery programs and interpretation, scholarly symposia, cultural convenings and panel discussions for general, academic and by-invitation audiences. The successful candidate brings innovative perspectives to the content and format of existing programs, and initiates new projects with the aim of engaging existing and broader constituencies in meaningful experiences.

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TEACHING ARTISTS & TEACHING ARTIST ASSISTANTS – MULTIMEDIA ARTS (MULTIPLE POSITIONS)

Creative Art Works

Creative Art Works (“CAW”) is a 30-year-old creative youth development nonprofit. We improve the lives of thousands of under-resourced youth, ages 4-24 each year through in-school and out-of-school-time classes, community art-making events, and our renowned public art youth employment program. Working in underserved neighborhoods of NYC, in public schools, community centers, juvenile detention centers, parks and libraries, CAW provides dynamic arts experiences for youth who otherwise lack access. Our programs build confidence, unlock a love of learning,

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