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    Bronx Children's Museum

    The Bronx Children’s Museum seeks Teaching Artists to lead in-school and after-school programs in music, dance, and fine art. Drawing on your knowledge, experience, ability and expertise, Teaching Artists will provide art instruction to children in surrounding our yearly theme, program objectives, and goals. Teaching Artists are responsible for creating and submitting a curriculum and lesson plan that meets the specific programs objectives 4 weeks prior to the program term. In addition, to the following requirements you will be asked to attend special events or field trips.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS

    BFA from an accredited college within your field of expertise. (MFA Preferred)

    3+ years teaching children K-5th grade within your field of specialty

    Must have experience working with families, children, and communities

    Spanish Bilingual preferred

    Connection and familiarity to the Bronx a plus

    Able to travel to community sites throughout Bronx

     

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Attend all orientations and supervise 20-25 students in your area of expertise

    Arrive a half-hour before the program is scheduled to set-up and have group meetings.

    Lead and create a final performance with the children for parents and caregivers.

    Submit a lesson plans correlating with the programs overarching theme and objectives.

    Preparing/cleaning-up each class, submitting a supply order to BxCM, maintaining condition of equipment, and giving parents feedback during pick up.

    Lead discussions with children exploring the theme and integrating literacy activities and vocabulary each day.

    Lead children in lesson plans, journaling, and writing to describe their experience in the program.

    Conducting an assessment system, monitoring each child’s progress, and collecting testimonials from children and staff before the end of the program.

    Documenting the class with photos and submitting 10-15 good quality photos of your project. The testimonials and photos must be received for final payment.

    Engage the families of the students by sharing each family’s diverse culture and traditions as it relates to your field of specialization.

    Working collaboratively with the school or organizational staff to ensure successful workshops.

     

    To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, and five work samples via email.

    Samples should be labeled in the following format: Last Name, First Name, Title, Year

     


    Equal Opportunity Employer

    Bronx Children's Museum is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. We prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other legally protected status. Applications by members of all underrepresented groups are encouraged.

    Part-Time Teaching Artist

    St. Nicks Alliance is a nonprofit, nonsectarian community-based organization founded in 1975 with the mission to serve as a catalyst to improve the quality of life of residents in the communities of North Brooklyn through its work in five main areas: housing, healthcare, workforce development, economic development and youth and education. The St. Nicks' Division of Youth and Education is looking for part time After School Arts Educators to work at our programs at Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, Beacons and Cornerstone Community Centers.

     

     

    Job Description


    The Instructor/Teaching Artist will be responsible for designing and delivering curricula for arts enrichment activities while ensuring the safety and engagement of youth. The position requires a passionate, creative, energetic, team-building leader committed to providing the highest quality of programming for youth.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Design and deliver curricula for arts enrichment activities
    • Lead arts activities that are engaging and age-appropriate
    • Actively monitor and engage participants during all program activities, including meals, transitions, field trips, clubs, activities, recreation and dismissal
    • Plan and facilitate purposeful and engaging activities and theme-based projects catered to the age, stage and interests of participants
    • Serve as a positive role model for participants by demonstrating professional language and behavior
    • Develop positive, caring relationships with young people and their families
    • Utilize youth development principles to enhance program quality and support growth in young people
    • Collaborate with co-workers and program supervisors around effective program operations; uphold all safety standards and procedures
    • Actively participate in training and professional development to continuously improve on quality

    Job Skills

    • choreography, dance, and performance
    • body painting, visual art, sculpting, and creative vision
    • passion for performing arts and theater
    • embrace diversity and collaboration
    • meet and execute on deadlines

    Transferable Skills

    • teaching and creativity
    • interpersonal skills
    • team player
    • coachable
    • communication

    Part-Time Teaching Artists

    Girl Be Heard

    Brooklyn, NY

    Girl Be Heard seeks Teaching Artists for its after-school girl empowerment theater programs in New York City’s public middle and high schools. Each Teaching Artist will work with a co-TA to create a safe space and bring together a strong ensemble of students using Girl Be Heard’s listening model.

     

    Teaching Artists will give participants a foundation in writing and performance-based storytelling, and cultivate an understanding of social justice and issues affecting women and girls around the world. They will also lead participants through the creative process of writing and performing an original show, which will be performed by the students in a professional theater at the end of the year.

     

    Full Job Description: https://girlbeheard.org/tajob
    Compensation: Part‐time, commensurate with experience.

    Job Skills:

    • Educator and Youth Advocate
    • Engaging Community
    • Passion for the Performing Arts and Theater
    • Writing and Content Creation
    • Resourceful and Efficient

    Transferable Skills:

    • Sociable
    • Public speaking
    • Teaching and creativity
    • Communication skills
    • Interpersonal skills

    Teaching Artist - $112.50 (2 hour session)

    Powerhouse Arts

    Powerhouse Arts is a not-for-profit based in Gowanus and Red Hook, Brooklyn, established to create a robust platform for production and employment in the arts. Powerhouse Arts programming includes education, employment, and public engagement to increase access and opportunity for participation in the arts for all New Yorkers. Powerhouse is stewarding the redevelopment of the former Brooklyn Rapid Transit Power Station in Gowanus.

     

    The new facility will house fabrication and production facilities in wood, metal, ceramics, textiles, and printmaking, as well as classes and exhibitions. In advance of opening its permanent home in 2021, Powerhouse is piloting a number of its facilities and programs and is seeking a Teaching Artist skilled in wood and metal work to design and lead a furniture making course for high school students and educators.

     

    The Teaching Artist will report to the Youth Programs Manager.

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