Carmel O’Sullivan et al: Teaching Artists Working in Inclusive Schools and Educational Settings This paper explores the shared delivery model where teaching artists complement and enrich, rather than replace the work of arts teachers and non-arts teachers. By Tegan Arazny (Facilitator & Documenter) Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email Print There is a long history of artists working in schools dating back to the 1950s, and Rabkin et al. (2You must create a FREE online account with us or log in to view more content. This will give you free and unlimited access to our database of posts and resources. This includes original resources about Community Performance that we create with our Partners, and links to existing resources about Community Performance which we archive. By creating an account you help us to grow our network, and identify the most useful resources for our users.