Carnegie Hall Teaching Artist Proposal Form

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Important Deadlines:
 
 
Carnegie Classroom Proposals should be submitted by the first Friday in February for classes to be listed in the following school term's (Sept.-June) Arts in Education Guide.
 
Class and Workshop, Homeschool and Afterschool Proposal forms should be submitted by the first Friday in May for the Fall session (Sept.-Dec.) and by the first Friday in November for the Spring session (Feb.-May).
 
Kids' College Proposals should be submitted by the first Friday in December for the followng July's Kids' College. 

Contact Information

Preferred method of contact: *


Can your classes be tailored to accommodate students with disabilities? *

Proposal Information

Please complete the applicable program section for the type of class you wish to teach. For a proposal that is for more than one educational program, please select the "see other proposal" box.

Afterschool

The Afterschool Program is part of our Class and Workshop Series. Afterschool classes are always scheduled for 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., but can be taught any week day, Monday through Friday. Each instructor is paid 60% of the member tuition total upon completion of the course. Carnegie Hall retains 40% to cover administrative, advertising, staffing, and facility usage expenses. Supplies purchased by the instructor will be reimbursed by Carnegie Hall providing receipts and documentation are provided. (Example: An afterschool class with a member price of $100 had 6 students enrolled/attend. The Instructor would be paid 60% of each student's tuition, for a total of $360.00)
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Carnegie Classrooms

Carnegie Classrooms workshops are taught in the school classroom between October and May and are 2 hours long each. Educators select from a list of offered classrooms, and the Teaching Artist schedules their presentation directly with the educator. Reimbursement is based on $90.00 per each 2 hour class taught in your home county, (Carnegie Classsrooms are currently offered in Greenbrier, Monroe, Summers, Nicholas and Pocahontas Counties) or $110.00 per each 2 hour class taught in a participating surrounding county, with additional reimbursement for materials fees.
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Class and Workshop Series

Class and Workshop Series. A class or workshop maybe taught at Carnegie Hall any day, Monday- Saturday, or a combination of multiple days. Available hours of instruction are between 9 am and 9 pm each day. A 'class' is generally considered a single day experience, whereas a 'workshop' can be multiple days. Each instructor is paid 60% of the member tuition total upon completion of the course. Carnegie Hall retains 40% to cover administrative, advertising, staffing, and facility usage expenses. Supplies purchased by the instructor will be reimbursed by Carnegie Hall providing receipts and documentation are provided. Example: A watercolor workshop series is taught for four (4) consecutive Saturdays, from 10-noon each day. The registration price for members is $200, and 6 students enrolled/attended. The Instructor would be paid 60% of each student's tuition, for a total of $720.00 for the whole series. 
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Home School

For the Homeschool Series: Homeschool classes are held during the Fall and Spring Class and Workshop Series, and are held on Tuesdays, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. The Homeschool series runs for a total of ten weeks, split into two 5 week sessions, and divided into two separate age groups. An Instructor may teach up to 1 class per session, per age group. Each instructor is paid $80.00 per 90 minute class. Supplies purchased by the instructor will be reimbursed by Carnegie Hall providing receipts and documentation are provided.
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Kids' College

Carnegie Kids' College is a two week arts and science summer camp held during the second and third weeks of July. Instructors are reimbursed $167 per Morning class (60 minutes each) per week, or $250 per Afternoon class (80 minutes each) per week. There are a total of three morning classes and two afternoon classes available each week. Example: An Instructor teaches two morning classes (A&B) during week 1 and only the first afternoon class (D) during week 2. Total compensation would be $584 for both weeks.
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For which Kids' College week(s) would you like to teach this class?
Preferred Class time(s)
Are Volunteers needed for this class?
 
Instructor Guidelines & Agreement
This is a general description of current educational programming only. A separate, individualized Letter of Understanding is required for each specific program, and will be provided by Carnegie Hall at the initiation of any Teaching Artist's agreement. 

Class and Workshop Series Evaluation Forms: Carnegie Hall asks that all instructors complete a class/workshop evaluation form after completion of their class or class series. We also ask that students complete an instructor/class evaluation. These forms will be provided to you prior to the start of your class.
 
Class and Workshop Cancellation: In the event the enrollment deadline (1 week prior to start date) for a class arrives and the minimum number of students has not enrolled, the class may be cancelled.
If it becomes necessary for an instructor to cancel a specific class, they are required to notify the Education Director. The instructor must also notify each student of any changes in the schedule. Student contact information is provided at the initiation of classes. In the event that a class session is canceled, the instructor is responsible for ensuring that the class is made up at a time that is convenient for all students enrolled in the class, after consultation with the Education Director. This is important, as we will need to make sure the classroom is available on the day and time the instructor wishes to reschedule.

If an instructor earns $600 or more at Carnegie Hall during the course of any calendar year, this amount will be reported to Social Security (the entire amount, not just the amount over $600). You will receive a copy of this report form, to use when filing your income tax returns.

Facilities: Carnegie Hall advertises classes selected for our Educational series, coordinates registration, and provides classroom space and general set-up (tables, chairs, screen, etc.). In addition to traditional classroom space, Carnegie Hall offers a pottery/sculpting studio, art studio, dance studio, weaving studio and a stage. As these areas are also utilized or rented by other instructors throughout the week, the instructor is responsible for clearing the room of all artwork, supplies, etc. at the close of each class meeting, unless other arrangements have been made.

Carnegie Hall’s classes and other programs are made available to the community without discrimination based on race, gender, national origin, disability, age, veteran status or religion.
I understand and agree to abide by the above listed guidelines if selected to teach at Carnegie Hall. Please sign in the box below. *
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