Project Design Lab

FAQs

How is the teaching artist assigned to our project?


The projects are designed with specific arts disciplines, so you will know what arts discipline(s) your project will involve. We will assign you a teaching artist that aligns with the creative/art making required for you project.




Can our project serve our entire school?


Projects can serve a wide range of student group sizes. Student cohorts are shaped by the goals of your project, and the capacity and size of your project team. Your project could engage your entire school or a sub set of students.




Can an arts teacher be on my team?


Yes. An arts specialists can be team members, but are not required.




What are the expectations for our project's culminating event?


Each project will present a public culminatinge event that demonstrates the students’ and community's learning and creativity. These might include outdoor performances or installations, films, digital media presentations, or any presentation style that best fits your project and can safely be presented during the pandemic. Culminating events will be planned at the Design Lab, with publicity support from the Community Engagement Lab to help get the word out to your community.




Who is responsible for organizing and producing our culminating event?


Your teaching artist will lead that process and help you and your students to take an active role in designing and managing your culminating event. Publicy and production support for installing and managing the culminating event in your community will be provided by Community Engagement Lab staff.





Teams & Teaching Artists

How is the teaching artist assigned to our project?


The projects are designed with specific arts disciplines, so you will know what arts discipline(s) your project will involve. We will assign you a teaching artist that aligns with the creative/art making required for you project.




Can our project serve our entire school?


Projects can serve a wide range of student group sizes. Student cohorts are shaped by the goals of your project, and the capacity and size of your project team. Your project could engage your entire school or a sub set of students.




Can an arts teacher be on my team?


Yes. An arts specialists can be team members, but are not required.




What are the expectations for our project's culminating event?


Each project will present a public culminatinge event that demonstrates the students’ and community's learning and creativity. These might include outdoor performances or installations, films, digital media presentations, or any presentation style that best fits your project and can safely be presented during the pandemic. Culminating events will be planned at the Design Lab, with publicity support from the Community Engagement Lab to help get the word out to your community.




Who is responsible for organizing and producing our culminating event?


Your teaching artist will lead that process and help you and your students to take an active role in designing and managing your culminating event. Publicy and production support for installing and managing the culminating event in your community will be provided by Community Engagement Lab staff.





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More Questions?

Contact Partnerships Manager Theresa Murray-Clasen

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41 Summer St.

Montpelier, VT 05602

info@communityengagementlab.org

802-595-0087​

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