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The Association of Teaching Artists (ATA) is a not for profit advocacy organization in New York State that brings together artists who teach in schools and in the community to: Educate, Collaborate, and Communicate.



A Snapshot: State of Teaching Artists Fall 2015

The Association of Teaching Artists (ATA) believes in sharing information to support the work of professional Teaching Artists. As a practitioner led national network and community of practice ATA is reaching out to you for your perspective, your expertise and experience working as a Teaching Artist during the past two years, for a snapshot of where Teaching Artists are in the fall of 2015. In response to the overwhelming number of inquiries from all over the country ATA receives from Teaching Artists and from artists who are inquiring about the practical and financial aspects of the work of Teaching Artists, we are looking to you.
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The Association of Teaching Artists (ATA), the oldest, independent organization serving Teaching Artists in the country, is a practitioner led international network and community of practice that supports artists who work in education and community venues. The Association of Teaching Artists (ATA) was founded at a summit in Poughkeepsie, New York in April 1998.


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      The Association of Teaching Artists is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.