The Georgia Teaching Artists Registry is comprised of artists who are prepared to travel to deliver performances, workshops, and longer-term residencies at schools, with organizations, and in communities throughout the state.
Applicant artists must be a Georgia resident, have a combination of extensive training and experience in their artistic field and in education, be prepared to work in schools and at organizations serving K-12 students across a broad geographic region of the state, and pass a background check to work in a school environment.
Teaching Artists Registry applications are adjudicated by a review panel comprised of experienced teaching artists, educators, and administrators, who will evaluate the applications based on evidence of four components in the application: artistic training and expertise, teaching training and experience, preparedness to deliver quality content that aligns with school standards and curriculum, and readiness to deliver programs to students throughout the state.
Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) will continue to update and expand the Georgia Teaching Artists Registry. GCA will post details about the application process and application deadlines on this page when they are available.
If you have questions about the Registry, the application, or the selection process, please reach out to Emily Yewell Volin, Grants and Arts Education Program Manager, at 404.962.4015 or email@example.com.