Become a Teaching or Visiting Artist
LAND partners with working artists to encourage creative dialogue with our artists and introduce new media. If you are an artist and would like to volunteer to teach a workshop at LAND, we encourage you to send us a proposal. If the proposal is approved, LAND will provide the necessary materials for the project.
Our teaching artists have been involved in both long and short term projects. Partnerships with members of the community have culminated in group shows at established institutions such as MoMA’s Access Program and Weaving Hand’s collaboration with the Ace Hotel.
- All projects are led by the visiting artist, but a LAND supervisor is required to be in the classroom at all times. The subject should be artistic in nature and should help LAND artists gain a greater understanding of the arts and its role and potential in our society.
- Any art that is created by the LAND artists is the property of LAND and the League Education & Treatment Center.
- Any visiting artist whose proposal is accepted will undergo training by LAND staff on clients’ rights, confidentiality, HIPAA and studio protocol. Photographs, video and audio recordings of LAND artists and/or their work are prohibited. Any media coverage requests or inquiries are to be referred to the League Education & Treatment Center.
- All projects should take place at LAND, and can only be exhibited through LAND.
- Each project will have a specific start and end date. The LAND supervisor must approve any changes to the schedule.
- Visiting artists are not employees of LAND or the League Education & Treatment Center.