AIE and APLI 2022-2023 Residency Applications Are Now Open!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Date: October 1, 2021
- Access programming in value of $11,000+
- Impact curriculum
- Expand the arts experiences of students and teachers
- Provide effective professional development in the arts
- Create long-term impact on your school and community through the arts
- Incorporate Social Emotional Learning (SEL) into your curriculum
All online applications must be submitted by Friday, March 4, 2022 to be considered.
The Artists in Education Arc Program (Arc) is an opportunity for schools who have successfully completed two years of AIE residencies to build a sustainable arts culture within their schools. Schools will be guaranteed three years of funding, pending funding of the AIE program by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. This structure will aid the school in creating more opportunities for arts experiences for their students and faculty. Upon competition of year three, Arc schools will enter a mentor year where they will support, guide, and help prepare new AIE schools to apply for and manage an AIE residency.
- LEARN. APLI’s unique design pairs teaching artists and school educators around the state in inclusive, innovative, and important workshops, led by the state’s arts educational leaders.
- CREATE. APLI Fellows will work together to share implementation strategies via follow-up webinars and through 3-day residencies.
- RELATE. APLI Fellows will also be given entry into Connect, the statewide teaching artist professional learning conference held by the New Jersey Arts Education Collective. Connect provides fellows the opportunity to learn from statewide and national leaders in arts education, the ability to network with artists throughout the state, and a time for reflection of the APLI program.