Robert Moses’ KIN (RMK) is inviting SF Bay Area multidisciplinary teaching artists in movement, music and storytelling (i.e. dance, music, movement, poetry, theater, creative writing, etc.) to embark on a journey with us to build a new collaborative and explorative outreach program called, Bootstraps: Lyric Legacies. Each workshop within the program will incorporate multiple disciplines: movement, music and storytelling/creative writing. This is an intergenerational program that will be held in a couple SFUSD public schools and SF community centers. Teaching artists will be working with predominantly BIPOC elders, high schoolers and/ or elementary school students. However, the program is focused on uplifting the voices and stories of all Black students of the diaspora and those indigenous to this land. Black multidisciplinary teaching artists and cultural arts educators are strongly encouraged to apply. This program is part of the SF Human Rights Commission Dream Keeper Initiative.
Status: Part-Time, ~2-6 hours/week (Hours include an hour of prep time for each workshop taught)
• Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent field experience)
• 3+ years of teaching experience with various age groups and grade levels, especially underserved youth
• Provide live scan/fingerprinting and background check
• Proof of negative TB test
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Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com, cc: firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line should read, Teaching Artist: NAME