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Center for Arts in Education

November 18, 2014

Professional development opportunity

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Screen Shot 2014-11-17 at 10.42.50 PMThe 2015 NATF Letter of Intent form is due November 19th!

Click Here to Apply!

The Center for Arts in Education invites arts teachers from public arts high schools and Title 1 high schools and middle schools to apply for funding for artistic development through its National Artist Teacher Fellowship program. Join us in celebrating 15 years of the NATF program, which offers arts teachers the opportunity to immerse themselves in their own creative work, interact with other professional artists, and stay current with new practices.

Click here to see our brochure.

 The NATF program provides grants of up to $5,500 to enable selected arts teachers from all disciplines to rejuvenate their own art-making. A complementary grant of $1,500 is awarded to each Fellow’s school to support post-fellowship activities in the classroom.

Eligibility for NATF:

Schools must:

  • Be a public arts high school, magnet school, or charter school with the primary mission of fostering the development of artistic talent; or a Title 1 middle or high school with a sequential arts program.
  • Offer sequential arts courses as a requirement for graduation
  • Employ artists as teachers

Arts Teachers must:

  • Be permanently assigned full or part-time faculty (teaching a minimum of 6 hrs/week in an arts discipline)
  • Be minimally in their fifth year of teaching arts at the high school or middle school level (middle school educators must be from a Title 1 schools)

Previous NATF and Surdna Fellows (Rounds 1-14) are ineligible to apply for 2015 NATF program.

Online Letters of Intent are due November 19, 2014

For complete program information, please visit our website:
www.natf-arts.org

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