We know that there are no better people than our Teaching Artists to reimagine how we continue our arts education work and thrive in this new reality.
With schools transitioning to remote learning, we developed digital resources to supplant professional development that would have taken place this spring.
Arts give us a way to make sense of the world, learn about ourselves and people different than us, and imagine something new.
We’ve highlighted a few neighborhoods where you can see New Victory in the community. The final stop is Washington Heights, Manhattan!
We’re thrilled to showcase four neighborhoods where you can see the New Victory in New York. The next entry is Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn!
During October, we’ll be highlighting five neighborhoods where you can see New Victory in the community. The first up is Sunset Park in Brooklyn, New York!
For the past five years, I’ve collaborated with The New Victory Theater as a “Research Teaching Artist.” Let me walk you through a normal day.
Being a TA, I travel the city hoping to provide a range of experiences that mirror the formative and meaningful experiences of my own youth.
In the September of 2017, NYU Steinhardt’s Educational Theatre Program hosted a roundtable event to explore theater for young audiences in today’s world.
This unconventional investment in human capital has turned out to be beneficial to the research and to my own professional development.