ArtsConnection is currently reviewing Teaching Artist applications for hire in 2023!We are looking for artists of a variety of disciplines to work with our K-12 schools throughout all 5 boroughs, with a great need for general/instrumental music, as well as dance and media (music and 3D visual) arts specialists. This is a part time opportunity, Monday-Friday between the hours of 8am and 5pm. Residencies can run from 10-15 weeks, 1-2 times a week. The position involves curriculum development within your art form and developing collaborative goals and incorporating the interests of the school partners and students involved. We offer ongoing professional development and administrative support provided by Program Managers who help to facilitate collaboration between teaching artists and classroom teachers involve in the residency.
Professional artist interested in teaching in public schools
1-2 Years experience teaching children in NYC public school settings
Availability Monday through Friday between 9-5
Ability to commit to a 12-week residency throughout the school year
Create curriculum responsive to students learning throughout the course of a residency
Additional Salary Information: Pay begins at $57 per hour and increases to $65 after the first 125 hours of work. There are additional increases after additional increments of hours work in accordance with our pay structure.
ArtsConnection is a non-profit organization that provides arts programs to students in Pre-K through High School in the New York City public schools through project based arts residencies. AC also works with Teens outside of the school setting through our Teen and Student Arts Programs. To address the educational challenges for the 21st century, ArtsConnection’s research based arts programs create socially just learning environments. Our programs support literacy, communication, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking. ArtsConnection’s partnerships include and strengthen the diverse voices of New York City’s children and youth, cultivating their arts and academic skills for success in a changing world.