Book Arts believes in providing opportunities & resources to teaching artists who do the important work of sharing their artistry with learners of all ages & abilities. We’re happy to share this workshop hosted by our colleagues at the Association of Teaching Artists.
Tools for the Teaching Artistry Trade
Registration is NOW OPEN for the next Digital Professional Development Series with veteran teaching artist Daniel Levy. Designed for both veteran and newcomer TAs alike, this webinar is sure to give participants tangible tools to apply directly to your practice.
A Teaching Artists’ Companion with veteran teaching artist Daniel Levy will offer teaching artists in any art form a wide range of simple and effective best practice tools for success and career sustainability in Teaching Artistry. Participants will be guided through Levy’s View, Design, and Respond methodology. They will have the opportunity to define their own View and learn how to apply this approach to observing and shaping their own workshops and activities. Based on Levy’s book “A Teaching Artist’s Companion: How to Define and Develop Your Practice”, this interactive course will be valuable for veteran and beginning teaching artists alike.
Recommended Reading: A Teaching Artist’s Companion: How to Define and Develop Your Practice (Oxford University Press, 2019)
Daniel Levy is a composer and working musician in New York City whose work includes scores for plays, musicals, opera, and film. A master teaching artist and leader in urban teaching artistry and arts program design, he has partnered with numerous arts-in-education institutions, including the 92nd Street Y, The Little Orchestra Society, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera Guild, and Lincoln Center Education. www.daniellevymusic.com