Pixel's contest to have your artwork featured on billboards across Los Angeles

Pixel's contest to have your artwork featured on billboards across Los Angeles

Submit 3 pieces of artwork by July 31st for a chance to win. The billboards will be visible for at least two months throughout the fall and winter of 2019.

Resources for Music Recording in the Classroom

Resources to help set up a Music Recording Booth in the classroom as well as an introduction to beginner mixing.

Music Recording Tech List

A list of equipment that can be purchased to build music recording and production capabilities for your classroom. Listed in order of most to least essential and includes suggested guidelines of what to purchase.

Classroom Recording Booth Guide

A list of a few options to think about sorted from least to most expensive for when you are considering the environment for recording vocals or acoustic instruments in a classroom setting. There are two factors that must be considered: sound isolation and absorption.

School Recording Studio: Student Training Program

The information that follows will prepare you with the basic information to run a simple recording session in your school’s recording studio. Topics include the components of the studio set up and how to set up a basic signal flow, and how to record audio and MIDI.

School Recording Studio: Beginner Mixing

What follows is a basic introduction to the important aspects of mixing that will allow students to begin experimenting and learning the tools and a few adaptable lesson ideas that will hopefully introduce and highlight the more interesting aspects of the mixing process.

Queen's Council on the Arts' High School to Art School Summer 2019

Queen's Council on the Arts' High School to Art School Summer 2019

The Summer Session includes observational drawing and concept development, visiting artist workshops, field trips, career information day and student exhibition. Application is due June 1, 2019.

4th Annual Every Body Move Dance Celebration

4th Annual Every Body Move Dance Celebration

Join Camille A. Brown to reclaim the cultural narrative of African American identity, for the 4th Annual Every Body Move Dance Celebration: a day of free, all experiences and generations welcome dance workshops in Brooklyn on May 18, 2019 from 10am-3pm.

Enter to win Michael's weekly sweepstakes to win a year's worth of classroom supplies

Enter to win Michael's weekly sweepstakes to win a year's worth of classroom supplies

Open to teachers or a teacher you know that would be interested in winning.

Roundabout Theater Company's Theatrical Workforce Development Program is looking for applicants

Roundabout Theater Company's Theatrical Workforce Development Program is looking for applicants

Participants aged 18–24, will work hands-on in multiple disciplines of technical theatre, training with some of the industry’s top professionals. The program is free of cost and a paid opportunity. There are info sessions on May 7th from 4:30PM-6PM, May 21st from 4:30PM-6PM, and June 3rd  from 6Pm-7:30PM.

2019 Arts in Education Job Fair

2019 Arts in Education Job Fair

Arts administrators, teaching artists, interns, and students looking to break into the arts in education field can speak with representatives from numerous arts organizations on May 9, 2019 from 4-7pm.

The MoMI is accepting submissions for their Teen Film Festival

The MoMI is accepting submissions for their Teen Film Festival

The Museum of the Moving Image has an open call for submissions from NYC teens, ages 13-19, who created or helped create a short film. Applications are opened from February 2 until March 2, 2019; filmmakers will be notified by March 9. 

Seeking Visual and Performing teen artists for the 2019 Urban Art Jamm, hosted by the Bklyn Library Youth Council

Seeking Visual and Performing teen artists for the 2019 Urban Art Jamm, hosted by the Bklyn Library Youth Council

Teen Visual and Performing Artists are invited to apply to have their work in Urban Art Jamm 2019. Deadline: Sunday, February 10th

Submissions are being accepted for the Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon's 2019 Theatre Education Award, honoring K-12 theatre educators

Submissions are being accepted for the Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon's 2019 Theatre Education Award, honoring K-12 theatre educators

Submissions are being accepted for the Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon's 2019 Theatre Education Award, honoring K-12 theatre educators of an accredited institution or recognized community theatre organization. Deadline: Feb 15th

High School to Art School

High School to Art School

The High School to Art School program (HS2AS) is a free visual arts portfolio development program that provides qualified high school sophomores, juniors and seniors with the art skills training, mentorship, essay writing techniques, college application assistance and financial aid planning necessary to gain acceptance into competitive art colleges.

Vans Custom Culture 2019 High School Shoe Customization Contest

 Vans Custom Culture 2019 High School Shoe Customization Contest

Vans Custom Culture Contest is a national high school customization competition using blank Vans shoes to be customized around specific themes.
 Grand Prize winner receives $75,000 for their school’s art program.

Registration is open January 2nd - January 31st, 2019.

LA Opera Professional Development Opportunities

LA Opera Professional Development Opportunities

Teachers are invited to explore what LA Opera Education has to offer.Their high-quality, award-winning Professional Development programs provide an introduction to opera and entertaining ways to connect your curriculum to the operas in our season. Come hear opera recitals while developing tools for the classroom and earning salary points.

Strategies from the ETA Culturally Inclusive Arts Education Workshop

Strategies from the ETA Culturally Inclusive Arts Education Workshop

On January 24, 2017 Exploring the Arts held a workshop on Culturally Inclusive Arts Education for teachers and administrators in our Partner School Network. Cultural strategist, Keonna Hendrick lead participants to consider new practices and attitudes for developing stronger relationships with diverse learners, artists and artworks, while improving cultural competency skills for multicultural art education.