aftrART Survey: Art Educators
Thanks for taking the time to fill out this survey!

aftrART is a website/blog and YouTube channel that will be launching November 1st 2016. The primary goal of this project is to help student/early-career artists by developing practical resources that will help them achieve their creative goals. As an educator, your thoughts, opinions, and experiences are vital to the launch of aftrART. I hope that, by reaching out to leaders and mentors in the arts, I can better understand how to create content that will benefit the community. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions after you've completed the survey, please reach out to me at amanda@aftrart.com.

A few other things before you get started:

You'll notice that I use "art/arts" frequently, but I want to make sure you're aware that I'm using these terms loosely to keep the survey consistent. In this case, I want you to think of those terms as encompassing a multitude of creative disciplines, including design, music, writing and more.

If you're an early-career artist, meaning that you've graduated with a Bachelors less than 5 years ago, are a student (either high school or undergraduate), or are a self-taught artist (who doesn't teach), please visit http://www.aftrart.com/survey. Thank you!

Teaching Experience
To get start, can you tell me more about your experience and creative practice?
What level of education do you teach/have you taught? *
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Are you currently teaching?
(optional) What is your current job title?
Your answer
What is your creative discipline or area of expertise? Please select all that apply. *
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Please specify or describe your preferred medium(s) of expression (i.e. if you picked performing arts, do you play music, act, etc.)
Your answer
How long have you been working in the arts, either as an educator or otherwise? *
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What types of classes do you typically teach?
Can you please summarize the concentration of the classes you most commonly teach?
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