Membership FAQs

This member-driven organization began in 1992 as a grassroots effort to provide support and networking opportunities for its members, as well as to improve and advance the state of arts in education. The Roundtable currently has more than 500 members representing all five boroughs of New York City

The Roundtable serves major cultural institutions like Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center Theater and the Roundabout Theatre Company as well as smaller and community-based organizations like DreamYard, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, and Turtle Bay Music School. Individuals may also join the Roundtable.

Each year, the Roundtable provides a range of activities and services for its members focusing on issues of common concern and interest: educational seminars, workshops and panels; regular meetings with field leaders and policy makers, including department of education and government officials; representation on the board of directors of key organizations; and advocacy initiatives.

In 2015 – 16, the Roundtable is offering twelve programs, including Face to Face. These programs range from professional development workshops on topics relevant to the field, such as inclusion in the classroom, fundraising, and the arts and social media.

Face to Face: The annual Face to Face Conference is the leading arts-in-education conference in the New York City area. Attendees enjoy two days of panel discussions, workshops, hands-on activities, and networking with colleagues working in the field of arts education.

There are different categories of membership, each with different benefits:

Full Organizational Memberships are for organizations that provide AIE services to students and/or teachers in the New York City schools or community. Benefits include notification of all Roundtable events, attendance at member-only events for all registered staff members; registration discounts for the Face to Face conference and the annual Day of Learning. Annual fee is calculated based on organizational or divisional budget size. Dues: $100-$500

Collaborating Organizations include all organizations that wish to join the Roundtable but do not match the definition for Full Organizational Members. Benefits include notification of all Roundtable events; attendance at member-only events; discount registration at Face to Face and the annual Day of Learning. Dues: $125

Individual Members are arts education practitioners who wish to affiliate with the Roundtable. Benefits include: Board eligibility, committee membership eligibility; notification of all Roundtable events; admission to member-only events; and discount registration for Face to Face and the annual Day of Learning. Dues: $50

To see the breakdown of membership tiers and Full Organizational Membership dues, click here.

Complete the on-line application form via the Membership section of the Roundtable’s website or send an e-mail to Managing Director, Kyla Searle at ksearle@nycaieroundtable.org

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Membership Portal FAQs

Login to the Roundtable membership portal. Forgot your password? Email info@nycaieroundtable.org for help resetting.

Once logged in you will be directed to the Roundtable Membership homepage. Navigate the dropdown menu on the right side of the page labelled, “What would you like to do?”

Click on the box, and select “My Membership.” Here you can view and update your membership details.

To remove a staff member or teaching artist off your organization scroll down to “Additional Sub-Memberships.” Under this heading you will see “Contacts” and next to it “Remove.” Click on “Remove” then press “Ok.”

You will then be redirected back to your membership page, and the contact will no longer be under your organization.

 

Login to the Roundtable membership portal. Forgot your password? Email info@nycaieroundtable.org for help resetting.

Once logged in you will be directed to the Roundtable Membership homepage. Navigate the dropdown menu on the right side of the page labelled, “What would you like to do?”

Click on the box, and select “My Membership.” Here you can view and update your membership details.

To add a new staff member or teaching artist to your organization scroll down to “Additional Sub-Memberships.” Under this heading you will see “Contacts” and next to it “Add.” Click on “Add.”

Complete the following page with the contact information for the new member. Please be prepared to create an individual username and password for this employee.

Navigate to the bottom of the page, and select “Sub-(Your Membership Level)” Join.

Select “Continue” to complete the process. If you wish to add another employee, please select “Add Another Sub-Member.”

To confirm you have added them, your staff member will receive a confirmation email. After you have clicked on “continue” it will redirect you to the homepage. To confirm that the employee has been successfully added, you may also click on the box to the right side and select “Membership”. Scroll to the bottom and you should see the new “Sub-Member” listed in the chart at the bottom of the page.

 

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