Learn how to use your artistry to empower communities
Three leading international arts organisations have collaborated to design and deliver The Basics of Teaching Artistry, an entry-level program for those wishing to develop their practice as teaching artists.
Many artists seek out opportunities to work with community groups and for a variety of purposes - artistic, political or social. Commonly referred to as Teaching Artists, although around the world they may be known as community artists, community cultural development workers or artists pursuing a socially engaged practice through the participatory arts.
After the Kadenze Academy introduces the basic principles of being a teaching artist, Lincoln Center Education illustrates the skills that effecting teaching artists need. Following this, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre introduces central issues to the way teaching artists engage and co-create with their audiences. The final course is with Sydney Opera House, as we address how 'place' is an enabling driver to develop teaching artist skills.
Throughout the program, work with experienced artist educators to develop your skills, widen your network of teaching artists internationally and integrate your art form into a range of settings. To get involved with the program, head to the Kadenze website.
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