Teaching Artist Project 8 Month Signature Program
Teaching Artist Project
New York City, NY 10004
Teaching Artist Project (TAP) is now enrolling artists for our comprehensive 8 month signature program!
TAP is a collective of antiracist, diversely experienced, training, emerging and working arts educators and teaching artists who are looking for a supportive community to engage in a self-reflective, justice-oriented learning practice to enhance their teaching.
Our program is committed to the professional development of teaching artists through a social justice methodology that translates creative process into educational practice. TAP workshops will be in-person for our 2023-24 programming season. Our 8 month Signature Program will run from October 2023 to May 2024 including internships, which will be in-schools and in arts administrative offices. Some of our community building and art sharing events will remain virtual and scheduled in advance. It’s a great opportunity for any artists or educators who want to expand their skill set, and we’re happy to announce that applications are now open on our website!
Though the program is tuition based, scholarships and payment plans are available for those who qualify. Tuition for the 2023-24 Signature Program is $950.
Visit our website for FAQs and access to our application, or feel free to email us with any questions!
The program is designed to serve artists and arts educators coming from a wide range of backgrounds when it comes to creative practice and teaching experience. The program could be a great fit for you if:
**You already have some experience in the teaching artist field, but are seeking:
-Further professional development and skills around curriculum building
-A deeper understanding of how to develop a justice-oriented teaching practice
-A sense of community and connection within the field of teaching artistry
-An understanding of what entrepreneurship opportunities exist within the teaching artist field
**You are an experienced educator who desires:
-More practical application of social justice approaches in creative arts classrooms
-Further direction on creating a sustainable career in arts education
-Guided support to build your own socially engaged arts program
-Continued professional development around developing multi-disciplinary arts curriculum
-You have little to no teaching experience, but are an artist with a strong commitment to your own practice, and an interest in gaining facilitation and curriculum building skills to teach your art form in group settings
**You’re a student with an interest in the intersection of arts, activism, and education, looking to supplement your learning with hands-on experience.
**You are an administrator within Arts Education and would like to gain experience as a Teaching Artist.