Collaborate + Community Studio Info Session

Join us for an info session to learn about teaching opportunities for the Fall 2021 semester! 


Mar15
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
2021-03-15 12:00:00 2021-03-15 13:00:00 Collaborate + Community Studio Info Session

During the Fall 2021 semester, there are two opportunities to get experience leading an original art workshop to local youth in Highland Park! Join us for a drop in info session with Collaborate Professor Patricia Yossen and Community Studio manager Frankie Fleming to learn more about these opportunities and apply. 

Join Zoom Meeting
https://occidental.zoom.us/j/3538759930

Meeting ID: 353 875 9930

The Oxy Arts Collaborate Workshop is a 2-unit course that brings a teaching artist, Oxy students, and youth from the neighboring Highland Park schools together in creative collaboration. During the first six weeks of the semester, Oxy students will learn core arts education and public engagement pedagogy. They will work with lead teaching artist Patricia Yossen and collaborate in teaching teams to develop curriculum for their own workshop. In the following 6 weeks of the semester, Oxy students will collaboratively lead an after school art workshop for local elementary or middle school youth, culminating in a final public presentation. This course is an eligibility requirement to apply for a paid position through Oxy Arts to lead after school art classes on-site at local Highland Park elementary schools starting in the Spring semester. Permission of Director of Oxy Arts required.

 

The Oxy Arts Community Studio @ LAUSD program is a new arts education program building on our Collaborate Workshops. Oxy students will be placed at a local Highland Park elementary school to lead a six-week after school visual art workshop to 4th grade students. 

This position is paid hourly ($15/hr), up to 6.5 hours per week for 10 weeks. There are four weeks of paid prep at the beginning of the semester, including training and curriculum development, followed by six weeks of classes at the assigned school site. You will be responsible for developing your own original curriculum. Completion of the Collaborate course, or a combination of other relevant Education courses/ teaching experience is required to be hired into this program. Relevant courses include EDUC140, EDUC 142, EDUC300, THEA260, and Studio Art courses in the area you are proposing to teach. 

Online - Zoom
America/Los_Angeles public
Location:
Online - Zoom
Event Date: Monday, March 15, 2021

During the Fall 2021 semester, there are two opportunities to get experience leading an original art workshop to local youth in Highland Park! Join us for a drop in info session with Collaborate Professor Patricia Yossen and Community Studio manager Frankie Fleming to learn more about these opportunities and apply. 

Join Zoom Meeting
https://occidental.zoom.us/j/3538759930

Meeting ID: 353 875 9930

The Oxy Arts Collaborate Workshop is a 2-unit course that brings a teaching artist, Oxy students, and youth from the neighboring Highland Park schools together in creative collaboration. During the first six weeks of the semester, Oxy students will learn core arts education and public engagement pedagogy. They will work with lead teaching artist Patricia Yossen and collaborate in teaching teams to develop curriculum for their own workshop. In the following 6 weeks of the semester, Oxy students will collaboratively lead an after school art workshop for local elementary or middle school youth, culminating in a final public presentation. This course is an eligibility requirement to apply for a paid position through Oxy Arts to lead after school art classes on-site at local Highland Park elementary schools starting in the Spring semester. Permission of Director of Oxy Arts required.

 

The Oxy Arts Community Studio @ LAUSD program is a new arts education program building on our Collaborate Workshops. Oxy students will be placed at a local Highland Park elementary school to lead a six-week after school visual art workshop to 4th grade students. 

This position is paid hourly ($15/hr), up to 6.5 hours per week for 10 weeks. There are four weeks of paid prep at the beginning of the semester, including training and curriculum development, followed by six weeks of classes at the assigned school site. You will be responsible for developing your own original curriculum. Completion of the Collaborate course, or a combination of other relevant Education courses/ teaching experience is required to be hired into this program. Relevant courses include EDUC140, EDUC 142, EDUC300, THEA260, and Studio Art courses in the area you are proposing to teach. 

Collaborate + Community Studio Fall 2021 Info Session