Tag: arts education



Fiscal Sponsorship Looks Back: Time In Celebrates 10 Years!

“Learning to live creatively is the greatest power.” Time In began 10 years ago this fall as a NYFA Fiscally Sponsored project and is now a nonprofit organization serving children in the arts. It is a groundbreaking arts initiative that brings some of New York’s youngest, at-risk public school children out of classrooms in Harlem…

Creative Careers: Resources for Teaching Artists

As a teaching artist, it’s important to participate in professional development workshops and seek new opportunities.  The Association of Teaching Artists describes a teaching artist as “a practicing professional artist with the complementary skills and sensibilities of an educator, who engages people in learning experiences in, through, and about the arts.” Teaching artists play a…

CREATIVE CAREERS JOB ROUNDUP: ARTS EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

Share your passion for the arts in the classroom! Discover job opportunities in arts education If you’re a working artist looking for a new job opportunity, consider a job in education! Whether teaching toddlers or college students, you will consistently promote the value of arts education and ultimately, shape how students develop their artistic talents.…

The Business of Art: A Q&A with Professor Pat Villeneuve of Florida State University

Advice and guidance for arts administrators and art educators Pat Villeneuve is a professor and director of the arts administration program at Florida State University. She holds a PhD in higher education administration from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and specializes in art museum education and exhibitions. Villeneuve has taught courses that focus on managing…