Invitation for Applications: Teaching Artists
Brooklyn Arts Council invites dynamic, experienced and creative Teaching Artists to apply to our Arts in Education Program for spring residencies. We always look for Teaching Artists in all disciplines year-round.
BAC Teaching Responsibilities Include:
BAC selects Teaching Artists who embody the following qualities:
Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC) supports and connects Brooklyn's arts community through programs and services for artists, cultural organizations, and residents of all backgrounds and ages. Our Arts in Education (AIE) programs play a critical role in keeping the arts alive in New York City public schools, at the same time promoting the development of essential academic, communication, and critical thinking skills for some of the area’s most at-risk students. We support creative aging initiatives and promote arts learning at dozens of senior centers. We employ over 200 teaching artists and performers, reaching approximately 25,000 people in 50+ schools, afterschool programs and community centers around New York City annually.
Through our residencies, workshops, assembly performances and community events, BAC AIE programs:
The BAC Teaching Artist pay scale is based on experience and expertise. Our Teaching Artists hourly rate begins at $50/hour. Teaching Artists are also paid for planning time, and BAC covers the cost of supplies.
Teaching Artists are asked to complete an online application here or to call 718-625-0080 x231 with specific questions.
BAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and strives to build a staff and board that reflect the cultural diversity of New York, the constituencies and neighborhoods BAC serves.