Arts Corps, EMP Museum and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are hosting year 2 of the Hip Hop Artist Residency. We are seeking Hip Hop Teaching Artists who are exceptional creative role models with strong youth development skills and a commitment to social justice.
The Hip-Hop Artist Residency aims to bridge the gap in access to arts opportunities for at-risk teens, empowering confidence, professional development in the music industry, and leadership identity by building participants’ skills in artistic expression and collaboration. From July 25- August 12, 2016, this intensive residency will serve up to 40 emerging artists through two tracks: the Vocal Track, which will foster self-expression through lyricism, rhyme structure, and delivery and the Production Track, which will emphasize media literacy, beat-making, and song construction. Participants will feature their work at a culminating event at the end of the residency. Following the residency, youth will participate in four monthly 3-hour cyphers (from Septemenber through December 2016) as a way to advance their collaborative learning.
Please e-mail info and materials below to: firstname.lastname@example.org (and please designate HHAR TEACHING ARTIST APPLICATION in the subject line) by Friday, April 1st.
- Teaching resume.
- Personal teaching artist mission statement.
- Class description sample.
- A sample curriculum or lesson plan (2 pages maximum)
- Three references.
Deadline for submission is April 1, 2016
Arts Corps is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Teaching artists of color are strongly encouraged to apply