Connecting Professional Artists with Schools
The Artist Residency Program provides opportunities for Fairfax County artists to share their expertise through unique arts education programming that supplements the school curriculum. The artists engage students in cross-curricular learning by connecting their artistic processes in a fine arts discipline with a social studies, language arts, mathematics, or sciences to enhance students’ skills in creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration.
There are several ways to engage with the ARTSFAIRFAX Artist Residency Program:
- Arts Education Panel featuring Dr. Alexander Pantelyat of Johns Hopkins University Center for Music and Medicine and Noah Scalin of Another Limited Rebellion on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 8:00am – learn more and register today.
- Teaching Artist Professional Development Seminar, Tuesday, September 25 through Friday, September 28, 2018 – click here to learn more and register.
- View the list of residencies and artists and bring an ARTSFAIRFAX Artist Residency to Your School.
- Consider applying to be an ARTSFAIRFAX Artist in Residence in the future – click here to review information from the FY19 artist application cycle, which is now closed. Look for information on the next cycle in early 2019.
- For more information on the ARTSFAIRFAX Artist Residency Program, download the Handbook.