Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Time: 10:00am - 11:00pm
Location: Zoom Meeting (Advanced registration is required.)
Join the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable in a community conversation around the challenges on navigating unemployment. Roundtable Co-Chair Sobha Kavanakudiyil moderates a conversation with educator Daniel Sullivan, administrator Erika Atkins, and the Roundtable Community to discuss issues around applying for unemployment, and to crowd-source and share resources for both administrators and teaching artists. Community members are encouraged to share information as we seek solutions for staying solvent and staying sane during this unprecedented moment in arts education.
Please Note: This call was recorded and shared on the Roundtable’s website (below) and social media channels. Registration for this event has closed.
Daniel Robert Sullivan is currently an actor with the national tour of Dear Evan Hansen. He has previously performed in Jersey Boys and Motown the Musical. Concurrently, Daniel has been a Master Teaching Artist with Roundabout Theatre Company for nearly twenty years. He holds a dual MFA from the University of Missouri/Kansas City and three undergraduate degrees from the University of Rhode Island. He is also the author of Places, Please! (Becoming a Jersey Boy) and Prospect High: Brooklyn. http://DanielRobertSullivan.org
Erika Atkins: Over the past decade Erika has worked as an arts administrator, youth development professional, teaching artist and performer in not only New York City, but also her native Washington D.C. area. Erika’s life-changing experiences growing up as a young artist led her to attend George Mason University, where she obtained a B.A. in Music.
She is currently the Deputy Director and a Teaching Artist at Opening Act and also holds a Master of Science in Arts Administration from Drexel University. Previously Erika has worked at The New Victory Theater (New York City) and Levine Music (Washington D.C.). She also serves on the Arts Education Advisory Council for Americans for the Arts and is a former board member of the American Alliance for Theater Education.