KCYA hires Teaching Artists for two distinct programs:
Teaching Artist Roster Search
Every year, Kansas City Young Audiences recruits new programs and talent for its roster. Our current roster features over 150 artists and presents 165 programs in creative writing, dance, music, theatre, and the visual arts. These programs include performances, workshops, and professional development seminars for teachers.
Performing, visual art, and creative writing teaching artists are encouraged to create arts for learning programs to join the KCYA roster. A panel of teaching professionals reviews all applications.
Feb 2, 2018 - Preview submission deadline, for applicants wanting feedback prior to final submission
Feb 23, 2018 - Submission deadline for new program applications
March 2018 - Panel review of fully completed applications
April 2018 - Notification of application status
If you are a current KCYA teaching artist and have an idea for a new program use this form:
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At this time we are not looking to contract with teaching artists from outside the greater Kansas City area.
When a Teaching Artist submits a program to the KCYA roster it is with the understanding that the specific program will be offered only through KCYA if accepted onto the roster.
A panel of teaching professionals reviews all applications. You may also see the
Young Audiences Rubrics to assist with program design and development.
Teaching Artists may submit their resumes throughout the year. We are always considering new programs and instructional offerings based on the strengths of our teaching artists.
Please note that we operate the Community School of the Arts on a trimester schedule. We offer 13 week long sessions in the Fall and in the Spring, with a 8 week Summer session. Planning for each of these sessions begins approximately 6 months in advance.
For more information contact:
Kara Armstrong, Director of Arts Education 816-531-4022 ext. 1011 email@example.com