The Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission is a public agency devoted to advocating, supporting and promoting the arts for more than 40 years. 

Description of Teaching Artist Residencies


For the Any Given Child program, residencies should:

Promote student understanding, interaction, and involvement around an art form

  • Accommodate 30-40 students at a time 
  • Be approximately 45-75 minutes in duration per lesson; session lengths will be determined in collaboration with the classroom teacher
  • Occur during school hours within the school year, September-June


The Any Given Child - Sacramento program includes two types of residencies:

Theme-Based Residency

Elements of this residency type include:

  •  Teaching learning objectives in the art discipline
  •  Six (6) hours of preparation
  •  Four (4) hours of collaborative planning with the classroom teacher
  •  Six (6) hours of in-class instruction
  •  Required professional development workshops
  •  Payment of $750 including supplies upon completion of residency


Arts-Integration Residency

Elements of this residency type include:

  • Teaching learning objectives in the art discipline plus another subject area using the Kennedy Center’s definition of Arts Integration
  • Twelve (12) hours of preparation
  • Ten (10) hours of collaborative planning with the classroom teacher
  • Ten (10) hours of in-class instruction
  •  Required professional development workshops
  • Payment of $1350 including supplies upon completion of residency


Click here for Guidelines.


Questions should be emailed to smac@cityofsacramento.org by June 5th.  These questions will be answered via the addendum that will be posted on the SMAC website by June 8th.


Deadline for Application is JUNE 15, 2018.

  

Please note: Inclusion on the assembly or residency rosters does not guarantee bookings. 

Description of Arts Exposure Experience

Arts Exposure Experiences are arts education assemblies appropriate for a variety of school settings, including multi-purpose rooms with no stage, cafetoriums, and gymnasiums. 

Arts Exposure Experience assemblies should:


  • Promote student understanding, interaction, and involvement around an art form
  • Accommodate 100-600 students at a time 
  • Be approximately 45 minutes in duration and no more than 60 minutes
  • Be available during school hours within the school year, September-June
  • Maximum payment of $550 per assembly; $350 maximum for second  assembly (same school, same day)

It is preferred (but not required) that assemblies align with the California Visual and Performing Arts Content Standards.

 

Click here for Guidelines.

Questions should be emailed to smac@cityofsacramento.org by June 5th.  These questions will be answered via the addendum that will be posted on the SMAC website by June 8th.


Deadline for Application is JUNE 15, 2018.


Please note: Inclusion on the assembly or residency rosters does not guarantee bookings.