The Association of Teaching Artists (ATA) is a not for profit advocacy organization in New York State that brings together artists who teach in schools and in the community to: Educate, Collaborate, and Communicate. The Association of Teaching Artists (ATA) is a not for profit advocacy organization in New York State that brings together artists who teach in schools and in the community to: Educate, Collaborate, and Communicate.

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Advocacy and professional development for artists who teach in schools and in the community.

 

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News and Research From The Field

Check out the latest news and research from the Field.
 

 

Who We Are, What We Have Learned Through Our Work, and What Sustains Us


 

 

IS THE FIELD SUSTAINABLE FOR
TEACHING ARTISTS

Payment For Teaching Artists


Should Teaching Artists Be Certified

Is There A Career Ladder for Teaching Artists

What Have You Learned That A Teaching Artist Needs to Know

 

 

Letters To A Young Artist

A Compilation by
 

Mark DeGarmo

Nick Jaffe

Karen Lewis

Richard Lewis

Cecilia Pinto

Brenny Rabine

Bertha Rogers

JudIth Tannenbaum

 

Edited by

 

 

"To Know Who We  Are, We Must Know Where We Came From"

A Bibliographical Glance compiled by Dale Davis

 

VIDEOS OF TEACHING ARTISTS

 

BLOGS BY TEACHING ARTISTS, ARTS IN EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS, GRANTMAKERS AND WRITERS ON EDUCATION
 

Documenting The Discoveries of a First Year Teaching Artist Caleb Winebrenner: Discovering Teaching Artistry

Janet Brown, Grantmakers in The Arts
Michael Kaiser, President of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Meredyth Pederson, A Teaching Artist's Adventure
Creative Consumption
Arts Corps Teaching Artists' Blog 

Prison Arts Coalition
Dancing Perfectly Free
Beth Kanter
Arts To Grow
Joy Lamberton Playhouse Education
Robyn Ellenbogen
Alyssa Sorresso

Jill Randall, Life as a Modern Dancer
Alex Simmons
 

 

 


 

       

The Association of Teaching Artists
is made possible by the New York State
Council on the Arts with the support of
Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New
York State Legislature.