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Arts & Cultural Education Services Guide
 
ACES GUIDE FLIER | EVENTS | VENDORS

The NYC Department of Education's Office of Arts and Special Projects (OASP) has published the Arts & Cultural Education Services (ACES) Guide for New York City’s public school teachers, administrators, and school leaders. This guide is designed to provide NYC schools with access to the education programs of NYC's arts and cultural community. You may download this resource below at anytime to learn about the various organizations and the education programs they offer in the following areas: dance, music, theater, visual arts, film, and general cultural experiences. The guide lists both organizations that are NYCDOE approved vendors and those organizations that are not. The ACES Guide offers an ever-growing, comprehensive list of arts and cultural education programs in NYC and is updated three (3) times per year: August-September | December-January | April-May.

Please click on the cover below to download the Arts and Cultural Education Services Guide.
ACES Guide last updated: June 2014

Events:

The Office of Arts and Special Projects and Office of Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Development is delighted to invite you to participate in the NYC DOE Partner Fair:
 
Date: Thursday, May 15, 2014
Time:
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location:
Brooklyn Museum, Beaux-Arts Court, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238-6052

The fair will provide an engaging and valuable experience connecting School Leaders and Arts Education Liaisons with approximately 150 vendors  representing the arts, sciences, social studies, literacy, and math that are committed to providing high-quality education to PreK-12th grade students in New York City public schools.

If you wish to attend the fair, please register online by May 2 at http://www.cvent.com/d/24q2pw/

Join us for a chance to win an iPad! Each participating school that checks-in before 3:30 p.m. will be entered to win an iPad. You do not have to be present at the time of the drawing.

Additional Highlights:

- Complimentary admission to the Brooklyn Museum the day of the event.

- Stay for the Museum’s Teacher Leadership Program, 4-6:30pm! It’s a free, monthly drop-in workshop on how to experience art with your students. The program features interactive gallery workshops with museum educators, curators, and artists; behind-the-scenes looks at special exhibitions; demonstrations of strategies for object-based teaching and learning; and roundtables with your colleagues. Participants receive free teaching materials and teacher passes to the Museum. Plus they’ll have snacks!
 
You will receive an e-mail confirming your registration with detailed instructions by May 5.
 
We look forward to seeing you at the Fair!

VENDORS:

WANT TO BE INCLUDED IN THE GUIDE?
If your organization has arts and/or cultural education programs and is interested in being listed in our guide, you may submit an application through our new on-line form: Submit a NEW Application. All submissions will be reviewed with approval granted at the OASP's discretion. You will be contacted if any additional information is required. Please note: the guide is updated only three times a year during the periods mentioned above. To be included in an update period, you must submit complete information before the update period begins.

Need to Update your profile?
If your organization is already listed in our ACES Guide, we would be happy to accept your updated information. Please fill out our new on-line form: UPDATE an Existing Profile. Please note: the guide is updated only three times a year during the periods mentioned above. To be included in an update period, you must submit complete information before the update period begins.

 
 

New York City Department of EducationOffice of Arts and Special Projects • 52 Chambers St, Rm 210, NY, NY 10007 • 212-374-0300 • Fax: 212-374-5598

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