Insight/Incite

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Embracing a Heritage of Difference: Tales and Musings on Inclusion in the Classroom 

By Aliyah N.C. Teaching artist and arts writer (alynaomie.com) As a teaching artist, I find my biggest goal is to make my students feel included. …

Crossing the Cultural Divide: A Teaching Artist in a Bilingual Classroom

By Afi Scruggs I thought I’d come up with the perfect procedure.  I spent the 2021-2022 school year at the Scranton School on Cleveland’s west …

Shoulder to Shoulder

By Heleya de BarrosITAC 6, Oslo, Norway We ended our time together, standing on top of chairs, dancing like chickens. As only an international gathering …

The Space Between…

By Pamela O’Loughlin There are fifteen days between Juneteenth and the 4th of July. The juxtaposition of these two holidays makes me pause and really …

Remember/Artist/Heal: Surveying the Shared Landscape with Teaching Artists as Farmers

by Julio Valentin On April 5-7, 2022, Teaching Artists Guild, Arts Education Partnership, National Endowment for the Arts, U.S. Department of Education and Hewlett Foundation …

Beyond Teaching

by Alex Chadwell Beyond Teaching was written as a report out on the national convening focusing on teaching artistry, “Our Shared Future: Imagining a New …

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 …

Advocacy

Remember/Artist/Heal: Surveying the Shared Landscape with Teaching Artists as Farmers

by Julio Valentin On April 5-7, 2022, Teaching Artists Guild, Arts Education Partnership, National Endowment for the Arts, U.S. Department of Education and Hewlett Foundation …

General Resources

Beyond Teaching

by Alex Chadwell Beyond Teaching was written as a report out on the national convening focusing on teaching artistry, “Our Shared Future: Imagining a New …

Advocacy

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 …

Advocacy

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 …

Advocacy

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 …

DEI

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 …

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