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BIPOC Teaching Artist Residency Writing or Devising for Theatre

Yes! And... Collaborative Arts
Post Date: Jan 7, 2021

2021 Spring Virtual Teaching Artist Residency - WRITING or DEVISING for THEATRE
Yes! And… Collaborative Arts SHADOW COMPANY

Application + Information for BIPOC Teaching Artist Residency - Writing or Devising for Theatre

For us, a BIPOC residency means that teaching artists who identify as Black and/or Indigenous will receive priority as applicants, however, all Artists of Color are encouraged to apply. 

Due to the current nature of this VIRTUAL Teaching Artist Residency, applicants from all locations will be accepted and considered!

SHADOW COMPANY is a high school performing theatre company for Philadelphia-area students. Each year, students participate in a summer-intensive where they collaborate to create a new work to be performed in the Philadelphia FringeArts Festival in September. Shadow Company works often include stories about their own life experiences or reflect the human experience. Our most recent show, IN THE MOMENT, was performed over social media and explored what life is like for teenagers during quarantine.

Other opportunities for our students include summer work programs, skill building workshops, studio classes, and get-togethers throughout the year.

2021 Virtual Teaching Artist Resident(s) will lead a WRITING or DEVISING Studio Class for our high school theatre students.

Exact details will be confirmed with chosen resident(s), but residents may expect to run 1 or 2 studio classes each week, lasting 1.5 hours each, for 4-6 weeks between April 5 - May 28, total hours of instruction between 12-18 hours and will be paid. All sessions will be held virtually over Zoom and staff will be available to help facilitate any technical needs. We are looking for one or two passionate individuals to work with our students.

We are looking for applicants who are excited to bring their own curriculum for a multi-week session within the framework of:
Writing or Devising for:
Verbatim Theatre | Collaborative Theatre | Theatre Activism | Socially Distant or Virtual Theatre

Yes! And… Collaborative Arts will begin reviewing applications January 20, 2021 until the position is filled. Applications will also be kept for review for any potential summer positions.

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How to Apply

To Apply for the Spring BIPOC Teaching Artist Residency, please complete the application through the following link: https://forms.gle/k4aUJg3PqCmNb1LK6

Any questions may be directed to Debbie at debbie@yesandcamp.org.