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Teaching Artists Brooklyn Arts Council

Girl Be Heard

New York, NY
Girl Be Heard seeks Teaching Artists (TAs) for its after-school, girl empowerment theater programs in New York City’s public middle and high schools. TAs will give participants a foundation in writing and performance-based storytelling, and cultivate an understanding of intersectional feminism and social justice issues affecting women and girls around the world. They will also lead participants through the creative process of writing and performing an original show, which will be performed by the students in a professional theater at the end of the year.

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New York Foundation for the Arts NYSCA Artist Fellowships


NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowships are unrestricted cash awards of $7,000 made to individual or collaborating originating artists living and working in the state of New York, and/or Indian Nations located therein. These fellowships are not project grants but are intended to fund an artist’s voice.

The 2019 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Categories are:
Architecture/Environmental Structures/Design

Applications close Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 11:59 PM (ET)

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The Abrons Arts Center seeks working artists in Music, Dance, Theater



Abrons’ engagement programming offers progressive, experiential learning opportunities for makers at all levels of creative development. We are a place to take risks, be bold, experiment, and embrace curiosity. Participants are encouraged to construct meaningful responses, collaborate, and to think critically.


Ability to develop progressive, experiential learning experiences
Strong knowledge of within a specific arts discipline
B.A./B.F.A (required) and M.A./M.F.A.

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Pier 55 Position: Teaching Artist (Metalsmith)

Pier 55

Position: Teaching Artist (Metalsmith)
Position Type: Part-time

Pier55 is looking for a teaching artist who works with metal to lead a project-based workshop in a New York City Public School. The Pier55 Teaching Artist (Metalsmith) is an artistic professional, with some experience as a teaching artist, who will join Pier55, on a part-time basis, to help students develop a creative mindset, learn and apply basic technical skills, and complete a class project.

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BAM seeks Education Manager for Dance Education Programs

BAM - Brooklyn Academy of Music

BAM Education is seeking a new *Education Manager* who will provide
educational leadership in managing, developing, and growing BAM’s new and
ongoing contemporary and African dance education programs along with
contributing to BAM Education’s overall department initiatives and goals.

For more information on the role and responsibilities of the position, and
how to apply, go to:

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Film Arts Teaching Artist

LPZ Cinetech, Ltd.

$50 – $70 an hour
We are excited to share that LPZ Cinetech, Ltd. is looking to on-board a few more FILM TEACHING ARTISTS to teach filmmaking to young people during the 2018 – 2019 academic school year, ‘BACK-TO-ONE’ After-School Filmmaking Program.

These ‘Back-to-One’ filmmaking courses will take place two days per week, for 2 hours each session, during after school hours. The specific hours and days for each respective available program site are below.

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New York City Center


New York City Center seeks energetic, passionate, musical theater teaching artists to join our existing Encores! team. Ideal candidates will have extensive arts education teaching experience in NYC schools, demonstrate mastery in musical theater, and work well in a collaborative teaching team.

Part-Time Teaching Artists’ (TAs) job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
– Facilitate Encores! In School Residencies and participate in Professional Development Sessions
– In School Workshops and Residencies range from 2-10 sessions

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Teaching Artists for the Visual Arts

Center for Educational Innovation

The Center for Educational Innovation (CEI), a national not-for-profit educational organization that works with district schools and public charter schools, is seeking to fill the positions of Teaching Artists for the Visual Arts.

CEI’s Arts Education program focuses on the visual arts and serves NYC K-12 schools citywide, providing (1) professional development workshops, coaching and modeling to teachers, (2) parent/family engagement activities, and (3) student arts residencies.

Job Summary:

CEI is seeking experienced teaching artists in the visual arts (painting,

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Theater/Performing Arts Instructor

St. Nicks Alliance

St. Nicks Alliance’s elementary after school programs include Literacy, STEM, Social-Emotional Learning, Arts, Movement, homework start, and weekly clubs based on children’s interests and strengths. Middle School programs also include leadership and project-based clubs that respond to the unique developmental needs and interests of middle school aged youth. For example, clubs can include Music (vocal, song-writing, production, instruments, etc.); Dance (hip-hop, ballroom, ballet, Latin, etc.); Art (visual, sculpture, crafts, photography, etc.); Hands-on (cooking, science experiments,

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Arts Program Coordinator

Center for Educational Innovation

Program Coordinator will assist with the coordination of an arts education program serving special needs students and teachers. This individual will be responsible for coordinating with teaching artists, school sites and all partners to ensure program delivery, scheduling student residencies and professional development services, and managing budgets, as well as ensuring high quality arts-based academic lesson plan development.

Individual must be highly organized and self-motivated, have experience managing programs, and have a background in the field of arts education.

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