Artist/Teacher Institute Launches New Website!
Mar 25, 2015

 

Arts Horizons launched a new website for the acclaimed Artist/Teacher Institute (aTi), New Jersey's premier professional development program in the arts co-sponsored by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and now in its 39th year. As participants experience the aTi transformation during the year and in our intensive summer sessions, they emerge renewed and inspired both personally and professionally.

Our new website captures and reflects the aTi experience in our "Impact" section, featuring rich multi-media content created by teacher and artist participants , including:

  • Creative scholarship reports in a variety of formats - videos, blogs, books, photo albums, and presentations
  • Step-by-step best practice lesson plans
  • Visual, performing, literary and digital art projects
  • On-line tutorials conducted by aTi Instructors
  • Text and video participant testimonials 
  • Over 30 videos on Youtube

Arts Horizons aTi website designer and aTi Director Jenifer Simon explains, "I'm so pleased to share aTi with the world in an easy, accessible way. Our goal with www.njati.org is to bring the aTi experience to people who are able to attend our in-person workshops and to those teachers and artists who cannot attend in-person but can benefit from the rich resources, ideas and inspiration that aTi has to offer." 

The new website coincides with aTi's Summer 2015 Program announcement and its new Northern New Jersey partnership with Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ and its continued Southern NJ partnership with Stockton University (formerly Stockton College). aTi will be offered at Ramapo College from July 13 - 17, 2015 and at Stockton University from July 26 - August 1, 2015.  Information including workshops, instructors, scholarship application and registration are on the site. 

aTi immerses classroom teachers, educators and artists in hands-on workshops in the performing, visual, literary and digital arts led by master teaching artists. aTi participants discover new pathways to creative teaching and learning in and through the arts while igniting their artistry and connecting with a community of peers. Workshops are held throughout the year and during our intensive summer sessions.

To learn more about aTi, visit www.njati.org info@njati.org  •  201.567.1766 x114