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Lincoln Center Education Teaching Artist Development Labs
November 17, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
The Fundamentals of Teaching Artistry
November 17–19, 2019 9:00am–4:30pm
Hosted by the Just Buffalo Literary Center & WNY Book Arts Center
468 Washington Street Buffalo, NY 14203
Join artists who work in education and community settings in the Buffalo area for three days this November to deepen your teaching artist practice. The Lab will be co-led by Lincoln Center Education and local Buffalo Teaching Artists.
Back for the second year in a row, Book Arts is proud to again partner with world-renowned NYC based Lincoln Center Education for this teaching artist professional development opportunity.
“An experiential and conceptual introduction to the fundamentals of teaching artistry, which takes a close look at connecting personal artistic practice to teaching artist practice; developing basic skills for effective planning and facilitation; gaining actionable insights into the field as a whole; and setting an inspiring and achievable trajectory for long-term development.”
Application deadline: Monday, November 4, 2019
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply early as space is limited.
Questions? Please email [email protected]
Submission of the application form and supporting materials does not guarantee admission.
This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
photos: Mike Benigno
“LCE’s Teaching Artist Development Labs couldn’t have landed at a better time at this early stage in my career. Their influence on my understanding of what one has to embody and employ as a teaching artist continues to be substantial. They posit a culture of optimism, not only in the ways that they nurture the different inquisitive and creative minds, but they also state loud and clear that teaching artistry is not something you just do on the side. It is not a role for someone who hasn’t made it; rather, it is a career of great rigor, responsibility and influence where those who support the politics of inclusion, diversity and transformation find themselves changing the spaces in front of them.”
“The LCE Teaching Artist Development Labs are the most important new training opportunity in the U.S., probably in the world—it stands on the leading edge of the field and is a high-impact way to advance the work of Teaching Artists, from beginners to advanced professionals.”
—Eric Booth, International Arts Learning Consultant