Arts4All Florida coordinates artist in residence programs in schools and Department of Juvenile Justice facilities throughout the State of Florida. Residencies are tied directly to Florida Standards and increase the artistic skills and cognitive learning of students with and without disabilities, as well as provide a venue for students to express themselves creatively in appropriate ways.
For more information on residency programs, please contact Dee Miller, Director of Education at email@example.com or 813-974-0745.
Eight one-hour sessions in visual art, music, movement/dance, or drama.
Performance Residency: Eight one-hour sessions in music, movement/dance, or drama, and a cuminating performance at a local theater space.
Museum Residency: Seven one-hour sessions in visual art, two trips to a local museum, and a public exhibition.
Please note: schools are responsible for transportation costs for the field trip associated with Partnership Residencies.
Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Residency
Ten one-hour sessions in detention centers, alternative high schools, and residential facilities. Residencies may be in visual art, music, movement/dance, or drama.
This residency opportunity can be of variable length and occurs when specific funding is available for adults with disabilities. The goals for these residencies are determined with the site administrator.
Residency Program Forms
Residency SITE Paperwork
Artist Residency Paperwork
Additional DJJ Residency Paperwork
Camp, Community Art Class, and Outreach Program Forms
ARTIST Paperwork for Community Art Classes and Outreach Events
SITE Paperwork for Community Art Classes and Outreach Events
Funding for Artist in Residence Programs