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Teaching Artist Project | Now Taking Applications For 2018-2019


Teaching Artist Project (TAP) is a comprehensive training and internship program designed to prepare practicing artists to bring their craft to the classroom. The program entails a rigorous, 8-month curriculum, rich in social justice-based pedagogy that also provides supervised on-the-job experience. The program is a division of Community-Word Project (CWP), a New York City based 501(c)(3) arts-in-education organization that inspires children in under-served communities to read, interpret, and respond to their world and to become active citizens through collaborative arts residencies and teacher training programs. Formerly known as the Teaching Artist Training and Internship Program (TATIP), Teaching Artist Project was the first of its kind and remains today the only comprehensive training programfor working Teaching Artists. Teaching Artist Project alums have gone on to serve over 250,000 students throughout the world.

Applications are now open. Deadline is Friday September 14, 2018.

For complete details about the Teaching Artist Project, please click here.


Deadline 9/14/2018
Contact Name Teaching Artist Project
Contact Email [email protected]

Jump Start Your ART! Professional Development for Artists

The Mamaroneck Artist Guild (MAG) presents a four-part series of creative tips, tools and marketing advice for emerging and established artists.

Learn real world marketing skills from successful working artists; gallerists: technical experts; marketing specialists; jurors and curators. Ask questions and gather tips and techniques to help you organize your art practice and expand your audience.

This exciting new series is open to MAG members and non-members. You can attend the entire series or just the parts that interest you. Full details and payment options are available here.

Part 1: The Artists’ Journey
Sunday, Sept. 16, 1-3pm
In this moderated panel discussion, successful local artists explain how they have navigated the market from creating to showing and selling their art and managing their careers. $30 for MAG members | $45 for non-members

Part 2: The Artists’ Toolbox
Sunday, Oct. 21, 1-3pm
Invited speakers explain steps you can take to help you develope a captivating professional package and organize your art. Topics will include, Artist’s Statements, photographing our art and art inventory. $30 for MAG members | $45 for non-members

Part 3: The Artist online
Sunday, Oct. 28, 1-3pm
Invited speakers explain how you can develop an artistic identity online and a communications platform to support your creative effort. Topics will include websites, social media, blogs and email marketing. $30 for MAG members | $45 for non-members

Part 4: The Exhibition Perspective
Saturday, Nov. 10, 1-3pm
In this moderated panel discussion, you can learn how jurors, curators and gallery owners make their decisions on which artists to exhibit. $30 for MAG members | $45 for non-members

Click here For complete details and payment options.

If you have any questions, please emal, [email protected] or call 914.834.1117


Deadline 9/14/2018
Deadline 2 10/19/2018
Deadline 3 10/26/2018
Deadline 4 11/9/2018
Contact Name Maria Cisneros
Contact Email [email protected]

Studio 4 Life | Rental Space and Interships

Located in convenient downtown Peekskill, Studio 4 is available for renters to teach classes, or have an event.

Also have an opportunity for interns to help with scheduling and maintaining the operation of the studio.

Parties, workshops, weekend events or on going classes are all welcome at studio4life.


Deadline 11/30/2018
Contact Name Scarlett Antonia
Contact Email [email protected]
Website http://www.studio4life.center