On January 15, 2019, The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable will hold it’s 4th Annual Day of Learning on Equity and Inclusion. Our theme this year is, “Creating Change from Within.” This year we invite the NYC Arts Education community to reflect on the ways we can each serve as agents of change within our organizations. What are the skills and new capacities we need to cultivate that will catalyze change within our communities? And who are the partners and collaborators who are vital to a more equitable distribution of power and resources across the field?
Past Events of 2018
The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable invites you to join Paul King, Executive Director for the New York City Department of Education’s Office of Arts & Special Projects alongside Arts Directors Peter Avery (Director of Theater), Ana Nery Fragoso (Director of Dance), Elizabeth Guglielmo (Director of Music), and Karen Rosner (Visual Arts Coordinator) for a discussion and training session on the New York State P-12 Learning Standards for the Arts.
The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable’s Teaching Artist Affairs Committee & Community-Word Project’s Teaching Artist Project are hosting a joint salon for Teaching Artists around NYC. Join us for an evening of art-making, community building & networking with TAs from around the city. This salon will incorporate music, writing, visual arts & media arts activities, with resources for emerging and established teaching artist alike!
This event is free and open to Roundtable members and non-members.
Creative Connections! NYC Arts In Education Roundtable School-Year Kick-off, TASK Party and ITAC Mixer
The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable invites all members of the arts in education field to connect with delegates from the International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC) and join a fun and creative celebration of the new school year. Based on the work of contemporary artist Oliver Herring, TASK is an improvisational art-making event that allows participants to collaborate with other artists and educators in a supportive environment.
Live Teaching Artist Podcast Party and Dine Around
Live Teaching Artist Podcast Party and Dine Around following the International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC) on Friday, September 14th, starting at 6:30pm. Teaching Artistry with Courtney J. Boddie will hold a special live-recorded podcast to celebrate the first year of the show. Panelists will include guests from the first season, who are a mix of Teaching Artists and arts practitioners. This is an exciting opportunity for attendees from ITAC to meet more of the NYC arts education community.
When arts disciplines meet, a deeper engagement is possible, and new ways of teaching old concepts emerge. Join fellow artists, educators, administrators, and our families for an afternoon of hands-on social learning as we explore of the galleries of Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling, sharing conversations on themes of community, story, and social responsibility.
The NYCAIE Annual Meeting will open the event,
Join us for an exclusive evening on Broadway in support of the NYC arts education community!
June 7th, 2018
Tickets $100 ($80 tax-deductible). Click HERE to purchase tickets.
Come Join the Teaching Artist Affairs Committee for an End of Year Picnic in Brooklyn Bridge Park! The whole family is welcome! We will be convening next to Jane’s Carousel – bring your own picnic blanket and a snack to share!
Join us for the 2018 Arts in Education Job Fair presented by the Community-Word Project, New York City Arts in Education Roundtable, and the Borough of Manhattan Community College.
*The Job Fair is open only to BMCC Students for the first hour of the event (5:30-6:30pm).
Our next “parents meet up” will be held at the Harlem Children’s Theater Festival on May 5th. This is a great FREE family festival featuring 3 new plays for young audiences. The event is being produced by the grad students from CCNY. It is a great opportunity to support the rising leaders in the arts education field and bring our families for a fun day out. Please register through the link below and choose “NYC Arts in Education”