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Teaching Artist: Step Dance, Hip Hop, Vocal Music, Photography, Film and Digital Animation
Arts Connection


ArtsConnection continually seeks to expand its roster with artists who draw inspiration from working with young people. For 40 years we have been one of New York City’s most comprehensive arts education organizations with programs in the performing, visual and media arts. In addition to programs for teens during out of school time, we provide nationally recognized programs—including residencies, curriculum development, teacher and artist professional development, educational research and professional performances—in over 115 elementary, middle and high schools throughout the 5 boroughs of the city.

Our artists pay specific attention to providing inclusive and culturally responsive programming that values the voice of students in the art making process and addresses the diversity of students in the New York City public school system. Artists work to build collaborative partnerships with teachers in all our programs in order to build an environment that helps students learn to imagine, create and innovate. Teaching artists engage in an on-going process of assessment and reflection with students about their work to inform their teaching practices and help students build ownership of their learning.



·        Skills/training and experience in one or more of the following forms: Step Dance, Hip Hop Dance; Vocal Music; and / or Photography, Film, Digital Animation

·        Teaching experience (NYC public school experience a plus)

·        On-going commitment to strengthening teaching practice through feedback, professional development, and collaboration

·        Experience working with teens is a plus (bilingual artists encouraged to apply)

Details at a glance
  • On-site Location
  • Full Time Schedule
How To Apply

How to Apply

Please go to to apply. Deadline to apply: December 7th

520 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10018

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Contact email:
NYC AiE Roundtable