About ALT/space

Rosenfeld, Malke Headshot 2Welcome to the Teaching Artist Journal’s ALT/space! 

In this space, Teaching Artist contributors  from around the U.S. and the world bring you stories of their work at the crossroads of art and learning. The stories that our bloggers bring to ALT/space are born inside the practice of teaching and art making in all artistic and expressive mediums: visual arts, dance, traditional arts, outsider art, music, theater, storytelling, writing and…?

There is room here for the broadest definition of art. These are stories of the work and collaboration that is happening between TAs and all ages of learners in schools, communities and prisons, to the north, south, east and west of where you are right now.

There is also room here for the broadest definition of where art can happen. These are stories of doing, making, thinking, resolving, expanding, learning and expressing.   These are stories that share celebrations and dismay, struggle and success, or simply a moment in time. Through these stories we hope to define our field as expansively as possible.  At the same time we are hoping to create a venue for conversations about TA practice that are both broad and deep.

We hope you will participate by responding to posts, asking questions, and sharing your own thoughts and experiences. Feel free to contact me any time.

Malke Rosenfeld, ALT/space Editor

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