May 12

Teaching Artists


Jennifer Raine

Dr. Jennifer Raine has been involved in the field of arts education since 1996, working with such organizations as the Metropolitan Opera Guild, the International Schools Theater Association, the Midori Foundation, Marquis Studios, the Manhattan School of Music, and the Banff Centre for the Arts. Dr. Raine currently serves as Special Programs Coordinator at the Manhattan New Music Project, a position she has held since 2005. A much-sought-after teaching artist, professional developer, and curriculum writer, Dr. Raine creates and conducts student and staff development workshops in the New York area and internationally. Workshops focus on facilitating creation of original student work across all arts disciplines, particularly music, drama, and poetry. At the Manhattan New Music Project, she writes curriculum and conducts arts workshops for multi-year, citywide professional development programs that serve teachers of special education, ESL, and general education populations. Dr. Raine’s artistic training is in trombone performance; she holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Manhattan School of Music.