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Upcoming Teaching Artist Workshops at Bartol Foundation

Upcoming Teaching Artist Workshops at Bartol Foundation

Marketing Yourself as a Teaching Artist: Teaching Artist Statement

Monday, October 30th, 2017;  5:30-7:30 pm
Bartol Foundation (Friends Center) 1501 Cherry Street, Phila.

It is important to define your philosophy and style as a teaching artist. In this workshop, you will draft a teaching artist statement that reflects your unique point of view and the ‘product’ you will marketing to your potential audience. During this working session, Program Manager Michelle Angela Ortiz, will work with you through the template, give you time to draft your own statement, and then pair you up with your peers to get suggestions and feedback. Register here.

Marketing Yourself as a Teaching Artist: Promoting Your Signature Lessons

Monday, November 6th, 2017;  5:30-7:30 pm
Bartol Foundation (Friends Center) 1501 Cherry Street, Phila.

How do you develop your signature lessons to make your arts education offerings stand out? Led by Michelle Angela Ortiz, Program Manager at the Bartol Foundation and experienced Teaching Artist, you will choose your signature lesson and learn to communicate clearly your curriculum goals, identify your themes, and select your target audience. During this session, we will work through the template, give you time to tailor your lesson description, and then pair you up with your peers to get suggestions and feedback. Register here.

In Their Own Words: Creating Audio Podcasts

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017;  9:30 am-12:00 pm
Bartol Foundation (Friends Center) 1501 Cherry Street, Phila.

Podcasts are a compelling way for you to share stories directly from your participants to the world. Philadelphia Young Playwrights (PYP) has launched their own podcast series, Mouthful, that combines student work with context around the issue it uncovers. Led by Lisa Nelson-Haynes and Mitchell Bloom from PYP, this hands-on workshop will share concrete strategies including the 4 C’s of a successful audio story, how to plan out a story of your own, and a few key tech tips. Artists of all disciplines are welcome. Register here.

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