Teaching Artistry for Social Impact:
The Case Studies

A new supplementary set of Teaching Artist resources, designed to support ITAC's new online course and document the processes through which Teaching Artistry can create change

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After more than a year of development and planning, Teaching Artistry for Social Impact, ITAC's first original online course, and supplementary set of Case Studies have launched!

Our new Case Studies showcase the very best of what Teaching Artistry has to offer in the arts, climate and social impact space - and prove the way in which it can create long term impact. These can be explored alongside our new course, or completely independently.

We have developed 4 comprehensive case studies which live on kadenze.com. These can act as reference points throughout our new course and complement the activities assigned, but can also be used to educate people outside our sector about how arts can mobilise communities towards deep social shifts, using our ITAC IMPACT: Climate 2021 projects as the examples.

These resources rigorously document the process through which Teaching Artist-led creative engagement alongside communities can create impact, and how we measure that in practice.

Please join us in spreading the word about this significant new resource for our sector, support us by signing up and sharing your thoughts, and share the case studies widely to help make a splash beyond our own field.

Help us get these in front of people who still need to be convinced about the power of teaching artistry in social impact.

"I already have a strong practice, but that continual professional development and being attached to a community of learning is vital to my continued growth. I think these things will stay with me because in ITAC I have a community which can hold me accountable if I just show up."

These Case Studies have been developed alongside our comprehensive new course on Teaching Artistry for Social Impact.
While our Case Studies are designed to showcase the power of Teaching Artistry to those outside of our own sector, the course is designed to support the professional development of practicing Teaching Artists.
If you are interested in enhancing the social impact of your own Teaching Artist Practice, we highly recommend enrolling in the larger course. You will not regret it!

Please join us in spreading the word about this significant new resource for our sector, support us by signing up and sharing your thoughts, and share the case studies to help make a splash beyond our own field.

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