Teaching Artists Tuesdays began In the summer of 2020. Developed by the North Carolina Arts Council, in partnership with North Carolina Central University’s Teaching Artist Certificate Program, this free online workshop series is designed to serve as a map for North Carolina's teaching artists who are navigating the COVID-19 landscape.
PAVING A VISION: SEASON TWO OF TEACHING ARTIST TUESDAYS
► Role Call! A Session for All North Carolina Artists
Tuesday, Sept 29, 3 – 4:30 pm
What role do you play in the arts, and how is that changing in this challenging time? Many artists and arts organizations have spoken about the need for the arts to continue during the pandemic and many still are unsure of the way forward. In this session, panelists will discuss potential areas of growth and innovation for artists who have never considered teaching and teaching artists.
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Welcome to Teaching Artist Tuesdays, a workshop series that will serve as a map for this state's teaching artists as they navigate the COVID-19 landscape. Welcome to our keynote session with actor, educator, and author Eric Booth.
Posted by North Carolina Arts Council on Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Teaching Artistry: Where We Are, and What’s Next
In this session, Eric Booth will present the workshop’s welcome and keynote address. Booth —an actor, businessman, author, and educator — founded the International Teaching Artist Conference, which led to the ITAC Collaborative, the world’s first network of artists who work in schools and communities. He has been on the faculties of Juilliard, Tanglewood, the Kennedy Center, and Lincoln Center Education.
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Join us at 3pm for Teaching Artist Tuesdays!
Posted by North Carolina Arts Council on Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Part One: Now What? Your Services in the New Normal
How To’s and Success Stories
This session will look at what has worked, ideas for marketing the services of teaching artists, and how to help decision makers see the value of hiring teaching artists.
Panelists will be the writer Kim Arrington, mime and longtime teaching artist Jef Lambdin, and Michelle Pearson, of Black Box Dance Theatre. A question-and-answer session will follow their presentation.
How do you best capture your artistry and share it? Which platforms are the best ones for your work? A panel of artists and tech wizards discuss today in our latest Teaching Artist Tuesday series.
Posted by North Carolina Arts Council on Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Part Two: Creating Successful Virtual and Interactive Experiences
How do you best capture your artistry and share it? Which platforms are the best ones for your work? How do you get help with video and sound editing? A panel will feature tech wizards Sandra Davidson, Sam Gerweck, and Ai-Ling Chang (staff at the N.C. Arts Council), puppeteer Hobey Ford, and the artist and musician Pierce Freelon. A question-and-answer session will follow their presentation.
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Social and emotional learning is a hot topic in education, especially now. Today panelists Brandon Roeder and Sayward Grindley, both of the N.C. Department of Instruction, and teaching artists Shana Tucker and Lonnie Davis will speak about how and why teaching artists can incorporate these concepts in their practice.
Posted by North Carolina Arts Council on Tuesday, August 25, 2020
A New Pedagogy: Social & Emotional Learning While Being Artful in Times of Trauma
Panelists Brandon Roeder and Sayward Grindley, both of the N.C. Department of Instruction, and teaching artists Shana Tucker and Lonnie Davis will talk about strategies and skills for challenging times. The new emphasis on social and emotional learning is easily fostered by the arts. This session explains how teaching artists can incorporate these concepts in their practice. Time for questions and answers will follow the presentation.
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