Teaching Artistry is a hot topic in arts education.  Throughout the world, working artists are learning more and more about how to engage students, community members, young and old people in a wide range of practices that open up their art form for discovery.


One area of Teaching Artistry that continues to evolve is Online Teaching Artistry.  

  • How can an artist engage their learner audiences using online communications?  
  • How can Teaching Artist support the learning goals of media literacy curricula?  
  • How can online interactions support offline (face to face) interactions and vice versa?

These are some of the questions we explored with a group of Teaching Artist Trainees at the Lincoln Center Education Teaching Artist Training from July 10 - 18, 2014.  These Teaching Artists worked withg with facilitator Aaron Siegel, Carnegie Hall's Assistant Director of Secondary School Programs as he addressed some of the big questions that this work raises. 

Here are links to the activities we explored throughout the workshop.

Follow-On Activities

If you are interested in more literature about online learning, please check out the below links, and feel free to post your own suggestions below, too!

If you need to contact me at any point during this workshop period, send me a message at asiegel@carnegiehall.org.

Thank you for participating in this exploration of Teaching Artists in Online Learning.

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