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In Economic Hard Times, Artists Flock To Job Panel; Record Number Of Attendees Expected On May 14
Over 150 New York City artists will attend a Job Fair Panel to find out how to can share their creative talents with public school students by becoming Teaching Artists. The Panel will be on May 14, 6:30 at the Scholastic Building, 557 Broadway, NYC.
The Seventh Annual Arts Education Job Panel will be held on Thursday, May 14, f6:00-8:30 PM, at the Scholastic Building, 557 Broadway, 2nd Floor Education Resource Center, New York City. At this event, artists will learn how they can work with children, earn income, and continue to pursue their own art.
With registration opened up to accommodate a larger audience, Community~Word Project expects over 150 artists, writers, poets, dancers, musicians and actors to attend the event to learn about work opportunities as “Teaching Artists,” using their creative talents to inspire New York City students to discover their own talents and ability to communicate through the arts.
Community~Word Project is an art education non-profit founded by Ms. Kotler, a poet herself, that places Teaching Artists in underserved public schools. The Arts Education Job Panel will include representatives from Community~Word Project and from other leading NYC arts organizations:
Attendees will also learn about Community~Word Project’s Teaching Artist Training and Internship Program, a 25-week program that combines seminars on teaching the arts in New York City public schools with classroom internships.
For more information about the Job Fair Panel or Community~Word Project, please visit our website: www.communitywordproject.org.
The Community-Word Project (CWP) is a New York City based arts-in-education organization that inspires children in underserved communities to read, interpret and respond to their world and to become active citizens through collaborative arts residencies and teacher training programs.
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Community-Word Project is a New York City arts-in-education organization that inspires children in underserved communities to read, interpret and respond to their world and to become active citizens through arts residencies and teacher training programs.