2019-2020 TAI: Transforming Classroom Culture Through the Arts

2019-2020 Application for Teaching Artists




(If different from your legal name)

(For ex. ceramics, theatre, swing dance, etc.)










(If you are not sure, please visit https://www.msac.org/artists-in-residence-roster to check)









Please attach a resume that includes:
  • Professional Artistic Experiences (Our priority applicants are those who can demonstrate that they have been working professionally and/or have pursued professional training in their art form)
  • Education Completed 
  • Teaching Experience

If your file is too large to upload, here is a link with guidance on how to reduce your file size: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=1213&top=23.  If your file is still too large, you will likely have to compress your file by making is a zip file.  Here is a YouTube video with instructions on how to do that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahATyKyfRdk

In what settings have you taught your art form? Please list organization, age-range, and title of program.






Please include three professional references of artists or educators familiar with your work


Reference 1












Reference 2












Reference 3











Tell Us about yourself


Please write a brief artist statement to let us know about your professional work and who you are as an artist.

TAI is a very competitive program. We are looking for professional artists who are looking to grow as teaching artists. Please let us know why you are interested in participating TAI and what your goals are as a teaching artist.
Work Samples
Please upload or list websites where we can see samples of your work as an artist, as well as examples of your teaching or educational programs, if you have any.  *Actors!- if you do not have a reel or other video documentation of a past performance, we recommend you send an audition video (2 min. monologue or two 1 min. contrasting monologues.)*




If your file is too large to upload, here is a link with guidance on how to reduce your file size: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=1213&top=23.  If your file is still too large, you will likely have to compress your file by making is a zip file.  Here is a YouTube video with instructions on how to do that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahATyKyfRdk









QUICK QUIZ! 

Please make sure to check out our website and the brochure for more information about TAI
https://www.teachingartistinstitute.org/

Then answer these simple questions to ensure that you are clear about the program and expectations. Thank you!