Teaching Artist Programs
The Bartol Foundation supports the professional development of teaching artists as the most direct way to improve the quality and reach of the region’s arts education programs.
Teaching Artist Workshops: Bartol provides up to 20 free professional development programs for over 400 teaching artists annually to help make them better teachers and stronger entrepreneurs. You don’t have to be associated with a grantee to participate in these programs and programs are available for artists in all disciplines. Best of all, all of our workshops are free!
If you have any issues or questions with registration, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marketing Yourself as a Teaching Artist: Let’s Talk Money
Tuesday, April 24, 2019, 10am-12pm
This session will work through how to set fair prices for your teaching artist activities, budget for all parts of a project, and develop ‘what if’ scenarios to make budgeting a useful tool in your teaching artist life. Register here.
Micro-Grants to Teaching Artists: The Bartol Foundation partners with Small But Mighty Arts to make grants of $500 to teaching artists working to complete a community-based project. Project must be already confirmed or underway with letter of support from host site or program partner.
Information on the guidelines and how to apply are available here. The next deadline will be in the fall of 2019.
National Teaching Artist Video Library: Got a minute? Get a “how-to tip” from one of your teaching artist colleagues through the Teaching Artist Video Library.
There are new tips every month to help with classroom management and activities for the classroom. Check them out and then click here to submit your own tip.