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Teaching Artist Meetup: Picnic Edition

 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!

 

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Arts in Education Job Fair

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.

Event Details:
Monday, May 7th
5:30-8:30pm
*
Borough of Manhattan Community College
Richard Harris Terrace
199 Chambers Street
New York, NY 10007

Register Now

*The Job Fair is open only to BMCC Students for the first hour of the event (5:30-6:30pm).

This May, numerous arts education and cultural organizations from across NYC will come together to engage arts administrators, teaching artists, interns, and students looking to break into the arts in education field. Interested individuals will have the opportunity to learn about organizations and speak with their representatives at fair tables. Attire: Business casual.

Please direct any questions to tap@communitywordproject.org.

      

Parents Meet-Up

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” on the drop down that asks how you heard about the event. 

 

Harlem Children’s Theater Festival 2018

Please join us for the Harlem Children’s Theatre Festival on Saturday May 5th from 10-1pm at Aaron Davis Hall on the City College of New York campus.

Featuring 3 New Plays for young audiences:
10:15am The Wild Swans
11:00am Ampata & The Magic Lake
12:00pm Persephone & The Four Seasons

Plus, fun crafts & activities throughout the day and a raffle!

The event is free and recommended for all ages 3+

The City College of New York is accessible by the 1 train to 137th Street or the A train to 145th Street.  Aaron Davis Hall is located on Convent Avenue at 135th Street.

https://hctf.brownpapertickets.com/

Face to Face 2018

Face to Face is the largest, most comprehensive arts in education conference in New York StateThrough a wide variety of panels, workshops, reports, and other presentations, the conference gives arts in education practitioners the opportunity to think deeply and learn more about arts in education. The conference offers something for everyone: arts administrators, teaching artists, school personnel, parents, and representatives of community-based organizations.  An array of exciting presenters  share best practices; discuss local, state, national, and international policies; and address enduring issues such as quality, assessment, sustainability, professional development, equity and inclusion, and art and social justice.

For a detailed brochure of this year’s activities and programming click HERE

For information on Keynote Speakers Luis J. Rodriguez and D. Fox Harrell click HERE 

 

D. Fox Harrell Keynote Video

Louis Rodriguez Keynote Video

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Walk-up Registration:  April 4 – April 5, 2018 (starting at 8:30 AM)

You may register at the door for $200 (check or credit card only).

Note:  There are no shared registrations or single-day rates. Registrations are NOT TRANSFERABLE.

If you wish to become a member you may do so and then receive the discounted price. Otherwise, you must register as a non-member. To become a member, visit www.nycaieroundtable.org.

PLEASE NOTE:

Online Face to Face registration is a two-step process this year.

For Organizations Registering Multiple Participants: Once you submit this registration form with payment and the list of names and emails for your group, we will send a follow-up email to each individual on your list, asking them to register for specific breakouts and provide some additional information.

For Individuals:  Once you submit this registration with your payment, we will send a follow-up email through which you can register for specific breakouts and provide us with some additional information.

The City College of New York is an accessible campus, for more information click HERE

Face to Face is sponsored in part by the generosity of the following donors:

     

2018 Arts in Education Job Fair

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 ofManhattan Community College.

This May, numerous arts education and cultural organizations from across NYC will come together to engage arts administrators, teaching artists, interns, and students looking to break into the arts in education field. Interested individuals will have the opportunity to learn about organizations and speak with their representatives at fair tables. Attire: Business casual.
Registration Coming Soon. 
Please direct any questions to tap@communitywordproject.org
                     

STEAM Hour

Join us for an evening of networking and dialogue bringing together arts education and STEM professionals to build creative new connections between the arts and tech. Meet new collaborators, find ways to bring the arts and tech into more NYC classrooms, and inspire the next generation of leaders in the arts and sciences.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Hosted in partnership by Silicon Harlem and NYC Arts in Education Roundtable

An Interactive Townhall on the Next 25 Years!

As we celebrate the 25th anniversary of NYC Arts in Education Roundtable, we invite our members to join us in envisioning the future of our work. Through storytelling, ideation, and discussion we’ll collectively imagine how our programs and services can support the field of arts education in becoming more inclusive and equitable at every level, from institutional leadership to the distribution of resources across communities.

Click here to register

Every Teaching Artist Insured!

Every Teaching Artist Insured is a free live stream presentation for teaching artists, freelance artists, and arts administrators who do not have insurance through an employer or union. This one hour presentation will provide clear information on how to sign up for a health insurance plan through the New York State of Health Marketplace (Obamacare), and information on local, low cost healthcare options for New York City residents.

Facilitated by Renata Marinaro, National Director of Health Services for The Actor’s Fund, this livestream presentation will equip you with the tools you need to get medical services as a freelancer. Topics will include:

  • How do I enroll for ACA (Obamacare) insurance?
  • How do I report sporadic or self-employed income?
  • What are my options in 2018?
  • Straight-talk about changes in ACA, executive orders, and how they may affect you.
  • Am I eligible for Medicaid or subsidized insurance?
  • Am I eligible for a $20 plan?
  • Where do I get care if I’m uninsured?

Register [HERE]

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Day of Learning: Working with Students with Disabilities and Annual Meeting

Day of Learning for Arts Educators:
Working with Students with Disabilities

followed by
The Roundtable’s Annual Meeting

Hosted by The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall 

FULL SCHEDULE

  • 9:30 AM:  Registration / Breakfast and Networking
  • 10:00 AM:  Welcome
  • 10:05 AM:  Opening Remarks
  • 10:10 AM:  Keynote: “The School the Arts Built” Weill Music Room by Ronnie Shuster
  • 10:40 AM:  Breakout Session I
    Workshop A: “Liberation Pedagogy: A Music and Social Studies Collaboration Adapted for Students on the Autism Spectrum”
    Workshop B: “Art Matters: How We Empower and Engage Students with Disabilities through the Visual Arts “
    Workshop C: “Guiding Brilliant Arts Practice in the Classroom:  How Teaching Dance to Blind Students Applies to All Abilities”
  • 12:00 PM:   Lunch / Videos of Best Practices Weill Music Room
  • 12:55 PM:  Breakout Session II (same as above)
  • 2:20 PM:  Buttonhole Session
    “Buttonholes” are 15-minute, small group consultations between experts and conference attendees.
  • 3:30 PM:  Wrap-up and Reflection Weill Music Room
  • 3:45 PM:  Break
  • 4:00 PM:  Culminating Keynote Address: “Education Is A Lifelong Pursuit” by Gregg Mozgala
  • 4:30 PM:  Annual Meeting
  • 4:45 PM:  Annual Meeting Reception

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About the Day of Learning

Keynote Speaker:  Ronnie Shuster
Former Principal of P94M, The SPECTRUM School

Our commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion continues with a Day of Learning focusing on working with students with special needs. This full-day conference will bring together artists and arts educators; school teachers, administrators, and support staff such as therapists, disability activists, and more to share proven strategies that the participants can add to their “tool box.” The day will consist of speakers who bring a national outlook, to mining the wisdom and expertise among the group. Hands-on workshops will focus on a variety of art forms and ability issues, inclusive of mobility, social, emotional, vision, and hearing.  To learn more, view our Day of Learning Program.

Roundtable Members: $35 / Non-members: $75
Limit 7 tickets per organization.
Light breakfast and lunch are provided.

Resources from the Day of Learning:

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About the Annual Meeting

Keynote Speaker:  Gregg Mozgala
Actor, MTC’s production of “Cost of Living”

Our Annual Meeting will immediately follow this Day of Learning, as our last event of the 2016-2017 season. We’ll reflect on and celebrate all the work achieved this year and look ahead to the Roundtable’s 25th anniversary next season!

Free and open to all Roundtable members.
End-of-the year reception to follow the meeting.