Sunday, July 22, 2007

Young Audiences of Northeast Ohio (YANEO)

Are you an artist with a unique perspective on math, science, language arts, the environment, history, or social studies? Do you enjoy and have experience working with young people of all ages?

Young Audiences of Northeast Ohio (YANEO), a nonprofit arts-in-education organization, is currently recruiting professional teaching artists of every discipline, to serve on its 2008/2009 artist and ensemble roster. Young Audiences' teaching artists provide arts education performances, workshops, and residencies to schools, day cares, and after school programs in eighteen Northeast Ohio counties. Here are only a few of the advantages of becoming a YANEO teaching artist:

  • Affiliation with a nationally and locally recognized arts-in education organization. YANEO, recipient of the 2000 Chapter Achievement Award is a chapter of National Young Audiences, which received the nation’s highest award for the arts, the National Medal of the Arts, in 1994.
  • Payment according to a mutually agreed upon contract.
  • Professional development and support in developing arts-in-education programs.
  • Promotion of artists and ensembles through a broad range of marketing and publicity campaigns.
  • Scheduling and Contracts arranged by YANEO’s professional, Cleveland-based staff.

To find out more about becoming a Young Audiences teaching artist, please visit www.yaneo.org or call 216.561.5005. To download a Prospective Artist Guide and Application, please visit http://www.yaneo.org/joinus/become_yaa.html.

About Young Audiences of Northeast OhioYoung Audiences of Northeast Ohio (YANEO) enriches the lives of children and promotes creative learning by uniting arts and education. Organized in 1953, the Northeast Ohio chapter of Young Audiences is the only multi-arts resource for schools in the region whose primary purpose is to make learning through the arts an essential part of young people’s education. Programs take place in public, private, and parochial schools, reaching over 265,000 young people each year.

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