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United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County
Opportunity for Wake County, North Carolina teaching artists to engage K-12 students in the arts. Successful applicants will be included in a directory of professional artists that can lead arts programs in Wake County schools. Artists that are accepted into the program are also eligible to participate in the annual Culture Arts Booking Fair. Artistic programs must align with at least one of the following artistic disciplines: of dance, music, literary, storytelling, visual art, and theatre.
The Artists in Schools program is a partnership between professional teaching artists, the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, and Wake County schools. Artists and arts organizations work as creative educational resources with faculty, students, and cultural arts representatives to implement curriculum-based arts in education programs. A selection panel reviews all new programs to assess an applicant’s artistic expertise and proficiency in leading an educational program in a school setting.
The Artists in Schools Directory is an online catalog of performance, workshop, and residency programs. Each approved program has an individual webpage with information about the artist, contact information, and details about the program. Users may search the Directory by keyword, artistic discipline, program type, grade level, and cultural context of program. The Directory is updated annually every August.
The Cultural Arts Booking Fair occurs annually each August, bringing together artists and community members who schedule cultural arts programming. More than 80 artists who currently are part of the United Arts Council’s Artists in Schools program participate. Participating artists have booths set up in a trade-show format, where attendees can meet artists and learn more about programs listed in the Artist Directory.
Programs must fit into one of the following formats:
- Performance: a musical, dramatic, dance or other presentation that educates and entertains an audience.
- Workshop or Residency: instructional session(s) that actively involve(s) students in participatory work.
- Writer Residency: sequential instructional sessions focused on student writing.
Strong connection to a non-arts disciplines (e.g. history, languages, STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering, Math]) is encouraged but not required.
More information about Program Types can be found at: https://www.unitedarts.org/artists-in-schools/selection-criteria
GrantWatch ID#: 185738
Artists accepted into the AIS program are included in the Artist in Schools Directory and are eligible to participate in the annual Cultural Arts Booking Fair.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online Application: https://unitedarts.submittable.com/signup?returnUrl=%2fsubmit%2fe7df7aec-bd72-41a4-b77c-d3cc33983cda%2fartists-in-schools-teaching-artist-application-2019-20
To inquire about this program, contact Julia Mastropaolo at email@example.com or (919) 839-1498 x210.
United Arts Council of Raleigh & Wake County
410 Glenwood Ave Suite 170
Raleigh NC 27603
USA: North Carolina: Wake County