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Health Insurance Options for Artists

From November 1, 2018 to January 31, 2019, the Affordable Care Act will be in the “open enrollment” period. These 12 weeks offer the only opportunity (with some exceptions) for people in the visual and performing arts and entertainment industry to re-enroll or find affordable health insurance to stay healthy and creative.

Please join us on December 5, 2018 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm at ArtsWestchester for a free information session led by the Artists Health Insurance Resource Center, a program of The Actors Fund, to learn more about artist’s health insurance options.

This session is open to all artists who want to understand their insurance options.

Questions to be answered include:

  • What’s different from last year?
  • How have the laws and rules changed?
  • What are my insurance options now?
  • What are the plans like this year?
  • How much will it cost me?
  • Am I eligible for free insurance?
  • Am I eligible for the $20/mo plan? (NY only)
  • How do I estimate my sporadic income for the application?
  • How do I pick a plan that’s right for me?
  • Where do I get care if I can’t afford insurance?

Please RSVP by email to Lauren Brady or call 914-428-4220 ext. 316

 

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Teaching Artist Project | Now Taking Applications For 2018-2019

WHAT IS THE TEACHING ARTIST PROJECT?

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.

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

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.

Details

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