Youth Artist Facilitation Training from Nia Centre for the Arts
Youth Artist Facilitation Training
Are you an artist with an amazing talent or skill that you want to teach to youth?
Are you looking for new employment opportunities within your art form?
Nia Centre for the Arts has an AMAZING opportunity for you!
We are looking for talented Afro-Diasporic artists between the ages of 17-35, with a passion for teaching youth, to be a part of our 2012/2013 workshop series. By participating in our new Art of Facilitation program, you will acquire, enhance and refine your facilitation skills and graduates from this program will have the opportunity to get paid to facilitate Nia Centre programs across the city over the course of 6 months! So whether you have facilitated before or have never transferred your skills to an audience, Nia Centre will assist you in creating an engaging workshop experience that everyone will love.
We are looking for artists in the areas of :
(Other art forms are always welcome)
In order to participate and graduate from this program, you will have to attend 6 mandatory facilitator training workshops over the course of 3 Saturdays in September from 11:00am-4:30pm. The interactive and engaging workshops will train you in the areas of facilitation, workshop planning, documentation, evaluation, creating safe and inclusive spaces and presentation skills. In addition to this training, you will have the chance to be mentored by an artist in your field and receive a Nia Centre Art of Facilitation certificate!
If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an email to email@example.com before August 10th, and an application will be sent to you.
For more information about Nia Centre for the Arts and the work that we do please visit www.niacentre.org
Nia Centre for the Arts is a not-for-profit arts organization committed to supporting the holistic development of Afro-diasporic youth through collaborative arts programming that builds cultural resiliency and allows youth to overcome barriers to achieving their full potential.