Insight/Incite

Welcome to Insight/Incite! In this space, you’ll find articles written by teaching artists for teaching artists. We solicit articles covering a wide variety of topics that matter to teaching artists. Interested in writing for us? We’ll pay you for your work! Pitch us an article through our contact page and we’ll get in touch.

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Union Spirit and Independent Artists

by Kathy Creutzburg Teaching artists are unique individuals because they nurture creativity in others by using their independent artistic practices as grounding. Their role within …

Instituting Change: Teaching Artists As Activists

by Kathy Creutzburg  I read an article recently in the New York Times about a UCLA listing for a doctorate adjunct professor to teach a …

The Box

By Kerry Warren April 4th, 2022 How is it already April and taxes are due? Last  month, I was already feeling a sense of dread …

How Traditional Fine Art Pricing May Be Reinforcing Historical Biases

And How You Could Easily Price Your Artwork Without Bias By Ebonique Boyd, the co-founder of Budget Collector, a company creating an artificial intelligence art …

Making Impact

BY: ANDRÉ SOLOMON June 16, 2021 What does leadership look like? Who is deemed a leader? How do leaders use their platforms? These thoughts were …

Black bodies in Alternative Spaces

By Melissa Parke, Founder of Black Teaching Artists Lab, LLC (BTAL) This essay series is a reflection of my personal experiences, thoughts, and opinions, as …

How I Gave a Presentation while Conquering Covid-19

On January 20 TAG hosted a training entitled “Adultism Vs. Youth Voice” as  the first in a series of BIPOC youth led professional development workshops. …

Adultism

On January 20 TAG hosted a training entitled “Adultism Vs. Youth Voice” as  the first in a series of BIPOC youth led professional development workshops. …

Power of Adultism

This article was written in partnership with Creative Generation and is cross-posted on their blog. by Andre Solomon Creative Generation embarks a venture that observes …

Advocacy

Making Impact

BY: ANDRÉ SOLOMON June 16, 2021 What does leadership look like? Who is deemed a leader? How do leaders use their platforms? These thoughts were …

DEI

Black bodies in Alternative Spaces

By Melissa Parke, Founder of Black Teaching Artists Lab, LLC (BTAL) This essay series is a reflection of my personal experiences, thoughts, and opinions, as …

Covid-19

How I Gave a Presentation while Conquering Covid-19

On January 20 TAG hosted a training entitled “Adultism Vs. Youth Voice” as  the first in a series of BIPOC youth led professional development workshops. …

DEI

Adultism

On January 20 TAG hosted a training entitled “Adultism Vs. Youth Voice” as  the first in a series of BIPOC youth led professional development workshops. …

DEI

Power of Adultism

This article was written in partnership with Creative Generation and is cross-posted on their blog. by Andre Solomon Creative Generation embarks a venture that observes …

DEI

My Rearview Mirror

by Zoe Nicholson Written in late 2020. Recently I was asked if this is the worst time I could think of.  I laughed.  What a …

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