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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.

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The Association of Teaching Artists is 20 years old!

For the past two decades, ATA has been there as an international community of practice and network to advocate, support, expand opportunities, and recognition for Teaching Artists.

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About ATA

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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