ARTISTS IN THE SCHOOLS
Artists-in-the-Schools (AIS) offers K-12 teachers from five area school districts and several private schools the opportunity to request interactive workshops in their classrooms. AIS connects professional artists in music, theatre, dance, storytelling, visual arts, creative writing, and cultural studies with classroom teachers and their students. AIS is made available to Greater Tulsa Area school systems and all K-12 teachers are invited to request this program for their classrooms.
AIS is a fifty year tradition with area school teachers and their students. Musicians, actors, dancers, storytellers, visual artists, writers and cultural presenters provide an exciting component to teachers’ curricula. Designed for hands-on participatory learning, each workshop and presentation is intended to enrich aesthetic sensitivities, offer cultural perspectives in the arts, and enhance the school’s cultural activities. AIS serves seven area school districts representing more than 154 schools reaching approximately 65,000 students each year.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-584-3333 for more information or how to participate.
Artists in the Schools Call for Proposals for 2017-2018
Proposals are now open for artists and organizations to submit for the Artists in the Schools Teaching Artist Roster and Directory for the 2017-2018 school year. We are seeking proposals in visual art, dance, music, theatre, creative writing, literary and cultural studies and more. For current artists, please submit a proposal form for each current presentation you would like to keep as well as for any new presentations. Please review the AIS Proposal Guidelines before submitting. All proposals must be submitted online. Please submit a separate proposal for each presentation.
Deadline for Proposals: Friday, March 3, 2017 at 5:00 PM
Online Proposal Form: