Art Ed Jobs & Internships, week of May 26

Jobs : Artistic Noise is hiring an NYC Artist-in-Residence, with possible promotion to the Director of Art and Entrepreneurship program. Community – Word Project is looking for teaching artist, creative-writing teaching artist and  TATIP Co-Facilitator . Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is hiring Museum Educators Opening for an Art Teacher at a Bronx elementary school PS 53X … Continue reading

Opening success for City Art Lab exhibition!

Opening success for City Art Lab exhibition!

We had a great turnout at our exhibition opening last Friday! Our art educators installed the exhibition, featuring diverse works spanning printmaking to batik to assemblage to photography. We are proud to show the hard work and talent that our teen artists have put into their projects over the course of this program! Thank you … Continue reading

Last day of City Art Lab!

Students were busy this week with the final open studio – finishing up their artworks which will be in the City Art Lab exhibition, opening this Friday, May 20th! Join us for the opening reception at Gallery M (123 West 135th Street) from 5:00-7:00 PM. We’d like to recognize all of the talented young artists who joined … Continue reading

Thesis update: Making Art and Teaching

Hello! My name is Jamie, and I’m a graduate student in my last semester in the Art Education department at CCNY.  I’m also an artist, a Fellow Artist-Teacher at the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and mother to an 8 and an 11 year old. Not long into this semester, my daughter presented me with a motivational … Continue reading

Art Ed Jobs & Internships, week of May 6

Jobs: Generation Citizen is hiring a NYC Program Manager Dream Yard is currently looking for a part-time teaching artist The Laundromat Project is hiring ! BRIC is hiring Media Teaching Artists and Youth Media Education Manager  Growing Up Green Charter School is hiring an art,  general classroom and music teacher CUP is looking for a Teaching Artist … Continue reading

Making maps and finishing up assemblage

Today, the identity group explored mapmaking. The class started by talking about the different things maps can do, and then looked at examples of community maps made by artists Aisha Cousins and Katie Bachler. They finished up by working in groups on collaborative maps about their shared experiences and identities.      The environment group continued … Continue reading

Art Ed Profile: Jasmin Eli-Washington, Part 2

Art Ed Profile: Jasmin Eli-Washington, Part 2

Do you think it’s possible to teach creativity to students? They definitely can learn the technical stuff. There’s no doubt in that. Sometimes it will be difficult to teach the creative part because that’s all experience, like some things you just have to be in that moment of hearing and knowing and doing to be … Continue reading

Art Ed Jobs & Internships, week of April 22

Jobs: The Lower East Side Tenement Museum is hiring a part-time educator The Macculloch Hall Historical Museum is looking for a Per Diem Museum Educator Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) is hiring educators for its summer teen programs MECA High School in Lower Manhattan seeking a Graphic Design Instructor Elmwood Day Camp is … Continue reading