Please complete ALL paperwork in a
professional and timely manner.
Pre-residency you will need to complete:
- The current IPUL Arts application (this form)
New teaching artists will need to provide:
- A resume.
- A biography, work history and support materials.
- A letter stating his/her intent to work with the project.
- A W-9 tax form.
- Submit to a background check.
you are required to submit the following:
Final Report form
Teacher Report form
What is expected from the final report:
will be asked to summarize the project as it actually occurred, and how that
differed from your proposal, if it did.
will be asked to restate your goals and objectives, and to state to what extent
they were met.
will be asked to summarize any problems that occurred (if they did) and how
they were overcome.
will be asked to discuss the teacher and staff you worked with in the school
setting, and describe if they have been able to impliment the art ideas /
techniques you provided with students.
will be asked how you were able to tie the residency to the needs of your
students as they pertain to the student’s IEP.
will be asked to describe how you were able to tie the residency to the core
curricula / 21st Century skills. (Humanities concepts, Historical
will be asked to provide final numbers, as from above in the “Residency Information:
Statistics” section of the application.
Three Photos of the
residency must be included in final reports. You will need to obtain photo
release forms from anyone you photograph whose faces are visible in the
picture. – You will need to attach photo
release forms with your final report.
A final showcasing of your residency is required.
You will need to describe the culminating event for the project. (A
performance, art show, reception etc.) As well as who was in attendance
(student body, parents, public etc.).
Please include how the program was publicized. (Student newspaper, flyers,
radio, invitations to parents and so on).