Artist, Visual Art Teacher
NYC Department of Education
Jason Rondinelli is an artist and public educator from Brooklyn, NY. Rondinelli has a passion for creating studio environments where children discover the everyday magic of their inner and outer worlds. Over the past twenty years, he has helped hundreds of middle school students gain admission into specialized art high schools. As a teacher leader, he has facilitated action research on the topics of ED&I, SEL and formative assessment with NYC’s Office of Arts and Special Projects. His assessment research was featured on the cover of the January 2014 NAEA Magazine and other publications. He was a member of The New Museum’s, 2023 Teacher Advisory Council and is currently a fellow for the National Art Education Association’s School of Art Leaders. In addition to educational work, he is a practicing artist. Rondinelli received his BFA from Pratt Institute and MFA from Hunter College and his work has been reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail and Hyperallergic.