The Fourth International Teaching Artist Conference took place in New York City from 13-15 September 2018. The conference theme was Artist as Instigator: The Role, Responsibility and Impact of Artists in Global Communities
Carnegie Hall, DreamYard, and Lincoln Center Education hosted the ITAC4 conference in New York City. This conference brought together teaching artists along with organizations, funders, researchers, and other leaders from around the world to explore key issues of participatory arts practice in a dynamic mix of practical workshops, keynote speeches, site-specific observations, and round-table discussions.
ITAC4 followed three previous International Teaching Artist Conferences, the first held in Oslo in 2012, the second in Brisbane in 2014, and the third in Edinburgh in 2016.
ITAC4 was completely sold out.
*Optional Pre-Conference Workshops and hosted, small-group dinners available for an additional cost.
Conference registration and full payment must be received by deadlines to qualify for published rates. All funds payable in US dollars.
If a delegate is unable to attend the conference for any reason they may substitute someone else from the same organization. If a delegate is unable to attend, and is not in a position to transfer their place to another person, then the following refund arrangements apply:
ITAC4 went digital! Individuals and organizations around the world, who are not able join us in New York City, were able to participate through livestream videos of plenary sessions, curated interviews and conversations, and access to special web-only content. Some of these digital sessions have been archived on the ITAC website, so you can relive the excitement of this vibrant community long after the conference ended.
We wanted to make sure that the conference was accessible to everyone who wishes to attend. Access provisions included: