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ArtistYear

About ArtistYear 

ArtistYear is dedicated to addressing inequities in Arts Education for K-12 students. To ensure  that every low-income student in America has the opportunity to reap the socio-emotional and  academic benefits associated with arts learning, ArtistYear’s founders created a National Service  Arts Corps. We develop and support AmeriCorps Fellows, higher-education graduates from  various artistic disciplines, and place them as full-time teaching artists in Title 1 schools to expand  and deepen arts education for the underserved.

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Teaching Artist

Roundabout Theatre Company

Roundabout Theatre Company, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit theatres, seeks dynamic professional artists of all theatrical disciplines to join a vibrant roster of collaborative teaching artists.

SUMMARY

Education at Roundabout offers programs that use the stimulating power of the arts to inspire and engage. Our goal is to use theatre to promote social equity through three core program areas:

  • Teaching & Learning: Partnerships with students and teachers throughout the five boroughs of New York City
  • Career Training: Career and Workforce development programs for the next generation of dynamic theatre professionals
  • Community Partnerships: connects to our local communities to ensure that Roundabout is welcoming and inclusive to all

What you may do:

Roundabout Theatre Company Teaching Artists develop curriculum and facilitate sessions for a variety of populations including students in grades 6–12,

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Education Program Manager

Notes in Motion/Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre

Job description
Notes in Motion/Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre, a non-profit organization and arts vendor of the NYC Department of Education, seeks a full-time Education Program Manager to oversee our dynamic, inclusive, and robust dance education program in the NYC Public Schools. The Education Program Manager is an experienced dance teacher with extensive knowledge in developmental stages for students ages 3-18 who can model excellence and support the growth of our diverse Education Ensemble of Teaching Artists.

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Teaching Artist – Visual Arts

Center for Educational Innovation (CEI)

Teaching Artists: VISUAL ART – WALLS4CHANGE Summer Mural Program

The Center for Educational Innovation (CEI) is a nationally recognized nonprofit educational organization based in New York City. CEI’s Arts Education program serves preK-12 public schools citywide, providing student arts residencies, professional learning workshops, coaching and modeling to teachers, and parent/family engagement activities. This summer, CEI’s PROJECT BOOST Arts Education has launched WALLS4CHANGE, a six-week onsite program for K-12 students to empower them to have a voice on social issues through creating school murals to effect change in their communities.

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Visual Teaching Artist

92nd Street Y

Position Summary

92Y continually seeks to expand its roster of diverse Teaching Artists who are passionate about sharing their practice with learners at all stages of life and ability. Selected applicants will join a dynamic team of nearly 100 professional Artists who make art accessible to a diverse audience.

For over 90 years, 92Y’s Art Center has filled a critical space in New York’s cultural fabric, as well as in the global art community at large.

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Executive Director

Broadway Bound Kids

Broadway Bound Kids’ Mission: 

Established in 2004, Broadway Bound Kids is a nonprofit providing a transformative and inclusive environment that inspires youth through performing arts education. We provide comprehensive interactive programs for Pre-K through 12th Grade in the performing arts 

that focus on enhancing technical skills, social emotional learning, confidence, connection, mindfulness, and creativity. Social justice is central to our programming and organizational culture as we work to break down societal and financial barriers for youth,

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Associate Program Coordinator

Casita Maria

Casita Maria creates a safe and welcoming community, enriching and uplifting youth and families towards success, through shared cultural art and educational experiences and programs. We are searching for an Associate Program Coordinator to join a dynamic and thriving team of professionals, celebrating arts and culture as integral to our vitality and success. We are committed to working together as a team to enhance the intellectual, creative, physical and emotional growth of everyone we serve.

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Teaching Artist – Performing Arts

LEAP

WHAT WE DO
At LEAP, we believe in the transformational power of the arts. We started as a grassroots movement with just four schools. Today, our teaching artists serve 20,000 kids across the city in over 150 New York City public schools. Every day, our educational arts programs inspire diverse school communities to be more engaged in learning and build critical skills. Our quality educational arts programs promote access and equity for New York City students underserved in the arts.

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Development Manager

Rosie's Theater Kids

About the Job Rosie’s Theater Kids

(RTKids), an arts education nonprofit founded by Rosie O’Donnell and Lori Klinger in 2003, is seeking a full-time Development Manager. RTKids positively changes the trajectory of young people’s lives by providing comprehensive classes in music, dance, and drama; thoughtful mentoring; and structured academic guidance from fifth grade to high school graduation. Through its in-school, after-school, and summer programming, RTKids reaches over 1,100 New York City public school students annually.

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Animated Storytelling Teaching Artist (Remote)

Creative Art Works

About Creative Art Works

Creative Art Works is (“CAW”) a 35-year-old creative youth development nonprofit. We improve the lives of thousands of under-resourced
youth ages 4-24 each year through in-school and out-of-school-time classes, community art-making events, and our renowned public art
youth employment program. Working in NYC public schools, community centers, juvenile detention centers, parks and libraries, CAW
provides dynamic arts experiences for youth who otherwise lack access. Our programs build confidence,

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