The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable and its Teaching Artist Affairs Committee seek to support Teaching Artists and arts educators as they navigate this new frontier of arts education with Teaching Artist Tuesdays.
Join us Tuesdays from November 10 thru December 1 for this four-part virtual series dedicated to addressing the realities of a shifting educational landscape and a need for workforce training for teaching artists during the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants will walk away with best practices for recording asynchronous lessons, an expanded virtual teaching literacy, a foundational understanding of grant writing and funding opportunities for freelancers, and a self-marketing toolkit.
This series is free and open to all. Advanced registration is required.
All sessions are 90 minutes.
Documenting & Archiving Student Work for the COVID-19 Era
In this workshop, colleagues Phyllis Yao and Amanda Adams-Louis will demonstrate the workflow and procedures they use to collect, review, organize and archive media files of student work remotely. Instructors will model how they teach their students to capture, edit and submit quality photographs, graphics and videos of their artwork. Afterwards, instructors will demonstrate their process for tracking, sorting and backing up all of their students’ work and workshop documentation. The workflow, structures, processes and classroom rituals presented during this workshop enabled them to seamlessly transition their visual arts residency program from in person to remote learning in March 2020. Featuring Amanda Adams-Louis & Phyllis Yao. Click here to access resources from this webinar.
Best Practices in Marketing for Artists in a Virtual World
In this workshop, Molaundo Jones and Andre M. Zachery will present strategies and tools that artists can use to document and amplify their work. Andre will share strategies specifically designed to promote the work of practicing artists and arts educators. Molaundo will share general best practices in multimedia marketing. Participants will experience case studies that can be referenced and applied to their own promotional efforts and will walk away with a list of recommended apps and programs to make their approaches to marketing more effective and accessible. Featuring Molaundo Jones and André M. Zachery. Click here to access resources from this webinar.
Grant Writing and Nonprofit Funding 101
In this session, participants will receive an overview of the grant writing cycle from prospecting and research to narratives and budgets to reports and outcomes, with a focus on common grants in the NYC arts education field. We will discuss best practices and helpful tips for each stage, followed by time for Q&A. If participants are currently working on or considering applying to a grant, they are welcome to bring their specific questions! Featuring Zena Hinds and Katie Rainey. Click here to access resources from this webinar.
Beyond the Live Zoom Classroom: Supporting Learning Through Asynchronous Content
Tishawn Gonsalves (Visual Artist & Teacher, Marquis Studios) and Andrew Roitstein (Director of Education, Orchestra of St. Luke’s & Bassist, Toomai Quintet) share approaches to creating personalized online content that cultivates interactive educational experiences for students—outside of “class time.” Through the lenses of both music and visual arts mediums, participants will explore strategies to: make impactful instructional videos; utilize technology while being inclusive of students with limited computer access; and track and support student participation. Featuring Tishawn Gonsalves and Andrew Roitstein. Click here to access resources from this webinar.