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    • Monday, June 11, 10am

Announcing the CUP Teaching Artist Fellowship!

Announcing the CUP Teaching Artist Fellowship!

CUP is launching the CUP Teaching Artist Fellowship, a new initiative to engage talented visual artists, designers, and educators in CUP’s award-winning methodologies.

The CUP Teaching Artist Fellowship allows New York City-based Teaching Artists to apply their art and design skills to contribute to social change. Eight to 10 Fellows will be selected to participate in the year-long fellowship, in which they will learn CUP’s Youth Education methodologies and engage with a Teaching Artist community invested in social justice. Four to five Fellows will also have the opportunity to collaborate with CUP, a classroom teacher, and public high school students on a City Studies project to help connect a teachers’ core curricula to a new kind of civics education — one that uses design and art as tools to research the city. 

The deadline to apply is Monday, June 11th by 10 AM.

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Questions? Get in touch with jenn@welcometocup.org. 

No phone calls, please.

CUP strongly encourages people of color, women, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, and others who may contribute to the diversification of ideas to apply.

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