P.S. Art 2014
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 5:00 pm on Friday, February 14, 2014
P.S. Art annually acknowledges outstanding artwork in grades PreK to 12 through an exhibition and catalogue.
The New York City Department of Education and Studio in a School convene panels of artists, arts professionals and art
educators to serve in two rounds of judging. Final selections highlight outstanding artwork of our students and exemplary
practices of their teachers as they relate to the Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in Visual Arts.
The New York City Department of Education and Studio in a School invite all schools PreK-12 to nominate up to four pieces of outstanding student artwork to be considered for this city wide exhibit. (See guideline for exceptions.)
Approximately 80 works representing NYC schools will be selected. For the 7th year, this exhibition will be presented at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
CLICK HERE for program information and submission instructions.
Shubert Theater Arts Partnership PRogram
APPLY NOW! DEadline NOvember 22, 2013.
The Shubert Theater Arts Partnership program is a fully-funded theater arts partnership program for elementary and middle schools to provide authentic student learning in the arts, build towards student performances and devise a strategic plan to sustain the theater program beyond the life of the grant. Drawing upon the generosity of the Shubert Foundation and expertise of ArtsConnection, the Arts Office provides schools with complimentary direct student services, professional development and planning support in the amount of $10,300.
Schools commit to supporting the residency during their first year of participation as well as matching the reduced private funding in their second year ($5,150) in an effort towards building sustainable arts education programming.
This program serves as a(n):
- PARTNERSHIP between the classroom teachers and an ArtsConnection Teaching Artist for school-day instruction in Theater Arts integrated in an existing classroom
OPPORTUNITY for the school administration and arts team to strategize towards developing a sustainable arts education model including the planning, implementing and evaluating of a high-quality theater program with ArtsConnection, a cultural organization; and
- CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT for students to experience active, hands-on learning that will challenge them to learn aspects of Theater Arts such as acting or playwriting, take risks, solve creative problems, work together in an ensemble and discover new ways to express themselves.
To apply for the 2014 program, please complete the application form and submit it to the Arts Office by November 22, 2013 at firstname.lastname@example.org, attention: SHUBERT TAP.
The Museum Experience Program for High School Sophomores and Juniors
Deadline to register: December 6, 2013
Limited to 30 students
The School Art League, in collaboration with the Office of Arts and Special Projects, invites sophomores and juniors interested in the arts and humanities to participate in the Museum Experience. This free program gives students a rare opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at New York City’s world-class museums, and learn how these cultural institutions help us reflect on the past, value the present, anticipate the future, and remind us of our shared humanity.
Students will meet staff who will share “the back story” of exhibitions, give personalized gallery talks, and discuss career opportunities. Three New York City cultural institutions will host a select group of students on a designated day during each of the school breaks:
December 30, 2013- Rubin Museum of Art
February 18, 2014- International Center of Photography
April 14, 2014- Society of Illustrators
Each three- hour workshop is based on the museum’s unique collection and includes:
-Small group guided visits to galleries
-Conversations with curators and other museum staff
-Summer, after-school, and career opportunities
-Creative response activities
-Free passes for future visits
Click here for memo with link for students to register.
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