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City College of New York Graduate Program in Education Theatre
The Graduate Program in Educational Theatre is committed to inspiring a community of future educators who are passionate, prepared and who understand the impact and connection between artistry, pedagogy and advocacy in the arts. Program leads to M.S.Ed in Educational Theatre and/or Pre K-12 NYS Theatre certification. This degree allows candidates to work as a theatre teacher, teaching artist, arts administrator or in any arts education career. For more information please feel free to go to www.ccny.cuny.edu/edtheatre or email email@example.com.
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New York City Department of Cultural Affairs:
The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) is dedicated to supporting and strengthening New York City’s vibrant cultural life. Among our primary missions is to ensure adequate public funding for non-profit cultural organizations, both large and small, throughout the five boroughs.
DCLA also works to promote and advocate for quality arts programming and to articulate the contribution made by the cultural community to the City’s economic vitality. The Department represents and serves non-profit cultural organizations involved in the visual, literary and performing arts; public-oriented science and humanities institutions including zoos, botanical gardens and historic and preservation societies; and creative artists at all skill levels who live and work within the City’s five boroughs.
Through its Materials for the Arts Program, DCLA provides free supplies for use in arts programs offered by non-profit groups and New York City public schools. DCLA has also changed the physical landscape of New York City through its Percent for Art program by commissioning more than 180 works of art by some of the world’s leading artists at public building sites throughout the city.
New York State Council of the Arts:
The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) is dedicated to preserving and expanding the rich and diverse cultural resources that are and will become the heritage of New York’s citizens.
At NYSCA, our efforts are guided by our belief in the fundamental importance of arts and cultural expression in people’s lives and a commitment to serving our three constituencies: artists, arts and cultural organizations, and the public. We believe that:
Artists are at the center of creative endeavor. Therefore, we are committed to providing artists with opportunities for artistic development and the public presentation of their work.
Strong arts and cultural organizations are vital to connecting the arts to people’s lives. We are committed to assisting a wide range of arts and cultural organizations – small and large, new and established – to achieve their artistic, programmatic, educational, community, and organizational goals.
Every citizen of New York State can have a meaningful connection to creativity and every community has a right to cultural self-determination. The Council is also committed to making the arts accessible to all the citizens of New York State. We aim to support worthy artistic and cultural activities that serve traditionally underserved communities or populations. These are the economically disadvantaged, people with disabilities, rural populations, and those who may experience discrimination on the basis of age, gender, ethnicity, culture, or sexual orientation. We are committed to fostering public understanding and enjoyment of arts and culture through support of arts education, public participation, and lifelong learning programs in schools and community settings for children and adults.
New York University Program in Educational Theatre
Join a community of passionate, supportive, and deeply committed scholars from diverse backgrounds and professional experiences as you study to become a theatre educator in New York City and beyond. You’ll work closely with faculty to create individually tailored programs of study focused on personal interests, theatrical disciplines, pedagogy, community-engaged approaches, and advances in field-specific research. Programs include:
- PhD, Educational Theatre in Colleges and Communities: Conduct cutting-edge and innovative research that addresses the most pressing questions in the cultural and educational arenas of theatre.
- EdD, Educational Theatre in Colleges and Communities: Prepare for roles such as principal, curriculum developer, and policy analyst in this practice-based doctorate with an emphasis on arts-based research methods.
- MA, Educational Theatre, Grades K–12, and English Education, Grades 7–12, Initial Certification: Gain initial teaching certification eligibility and learn pedagogical methods and drama strategies for the teaching of theatre, reading, writing, and language arts.
- MA, Educational Theatre, Grades K–12, and Social Studies Education, Grades 7–12, Initial Certification: Acquire hands-on experience in New York schools, learn pedagogical methods, develop your foundation in social studies and drama, and prepare for teaching certification.
- MA, Educational Theatre, Grades K–12, Initial Certification: Become eligible for New York State initial certification as a teacher of theatre, all grades (K–12), and teach in schools, cultural institutions, and more.
- BS, Educational Theatre: Train for a career in cultural institutions, community organizations, schools, or prestigious professional theatre companies.
- MA, Educational Theatre in Colleges and Communities: Prepare to work as a theatre artist and educator in arts organizations, private and community colleges, galleries, museums, and a range of cultural settings.
- Minor, Educational Theatre: Explore the transformative power of the theatre arts and learn more about a career as a theatre artist or educator in schools, cultural institutions, and more in this undergraduate minor.
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