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Announcing the first ever in San Diego….
Teaching Artist Training

teaching artist training

Supporting the development of informed, reflective and culturally
responsive teaching artists.

The Teaching Artist Training is a comprehensive, 20-week opportunity,
which includes access to quality instruction from curriculum specialists
renowned in their field, one-on-one coaching with mentor teaching artists
and practical teaching experience in the classroom.

Dates: August 7 – Dec 20, 2012
Place: Young Audiences of San Diego and Lemon Grove School District

What is a Teaching Artist?

“A teaching artist is a practicing professional artist with the complementary skills
and sensibilities of an educator, who engages people in learning experiences in,
through, and about the arts.”
- Eric Booth, teaching artist & editor of the Teaching Artist Journal

Who Should Apply?

  • Students: All practicing artists with a variety of levels of teaching experience.
    (Full and Partial Scholarships Available)
  • Mentor Teaching Artists: Established teaching artists in the field (paid).

How Do I Apply?

Applications are being made available May 1st – June 1st. 
More detailed information is provided in the application packets. 
Click on the icons below for the following applications:

student appStudent Application

mentor appMentor Teaching Artist Application

guest appGuest Instructor Invite


The Teaching Artist Institute is a collaboration of arts education experts from the following institutions: Young Audiences of San Diego, Eveoke Dance Theatre,
MOXIE Research, Museum of Contemporary Art, Playwrights Project,
SDSU Department of Music and Dance, SCAP, Stage 7 School of Dance,
The San Diego Visual Arts Network, and The San Diego County Office of
Education VAPA Department.




For more details about scheduling an assembly, workshop, or Family Arts Night
after school, contact Program Manager Sherrie Brown at 619/282-7599 ext. 114.

For more details about scheduling a residency program, contact
Residency Program Manager, Erika Malone at 619/282-7599 ext. 116.