United Arts Council

Artists in Schools Artists

Professional teaching artists (individual artists, ensembles, and arts organizations) are eligible to apply to participate in the Artists in Schools (AIS) program. Accepted programs will support K-12 learners in today’s school environments while making relevant connections to arts and/or non-arts curriculum standards. Artists accepted into the program are included in the Artists in Schools Directory and are eligible to participate in the annual Artists in Schools Expo. Policies and procedures related to Artists in Schools programs are available for review in the Artists Guidelines section. 

Teaching Artist Application

How to Apply:

To inquire about this program, contact Julia Mastropaolo at [email protected] or (919) 839-1498×210. 


May 24

KidsWrite Festival 2024

7:00 pm–9:00 pm

Every spring, Burning Coal Theatre receives play submissions from local 6th-12th graders that are then professionally produced for the publi…

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