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de Blasio Names a New Schools Chancellor
Click HERE for the New York Times Story
Are you an arts administrator looking for more information about working in the field? Check back with us soon for resources and information on networking, funding streams, working with schools, working with funders, working with teaching artists, curriculum planning, common core standards, and other relevant topics.
Additional Lawyers Alliance for New York
Click here to access our webinar “Turning Promises into Contracts” with Lawyers Alliance for New York – essential information on contract basics.
Please note, you will need to access that link with a PC running Windows 2000 or greater and Windows Media Player set as your default for streaming media in order to view and listen to the recording.
Additional Lawyers Alliance for New York webinars on a variety of themes,
The National Guild for Community Arts Education
The National Guild for Community Arts Education is offering three webinars in the Next Level series in September/October 2015. Upcoming sessions cover evaluation, fundraising, and marketing. Free for members, $35 others.
Refresh your professional skills with classes at the Support Center. Take a single class or enroll in a certificate program such as the Fundraising, Leadership & Supervision, or Executive Leadership programs. Workshop topics range from board development, financial management, leadership, fundraising, and marketing.
The Foundation Centre
The Foundation Centre library and website has great resources to help you learn more about raising funds. There is also a full schedule of classes and webinars (fees apply for some programs). Note that the library relocated to the financial district in July 2015.
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Are you a teacher or school administrator looking for more information about arts education in schools? Check back with us soon for resources and information on networking, lesson planning, classroom management, common core standards, working with teaching artist residencies, and other relevant topics.
Roundtable Publishes Teaching Artist Compensation Report
Check out “Paying for Professionalism — A Comprehensive Report on Teaching Artist Compensation in New York City” put together by members of our Teaching Artist Affairs Committee (Report By: Heleya de Barros / Compensation Survey By: Heleya de Barros, Kai Fierle-Hedrick, Lauren Jost & Maya Singh). The Roundtable distributed an employment survey in the spring of 2016 to better understand the landscape of compensation for TAs in New York City. In doing so, the NYCAIER TAA Committee seeks to educate and dialogue about how New York City can become a leader in best TA employment practices as well
The Roundtable is an active advocate for arts in education and the availability of high quality arts education for all NYC school students. Learn more about current local, state and national issues, and what you can do to make a difference.
Real stories about the transformative power of arts in education
Farah Taslima from NYC Arts in Education Roundtable
Farah Taslima was a shy 3rd grader when she began working in the NY Phil’s Very Young Composers. Now 17, she has heard the Philharmonic perform her music – at home and abroad – and become a teacher of yet younger composers.
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