The Creative Flowers Professional Sistah Circle for pre-career and emerging Black Women Creatives is a 1-month cohort building program where 10-12 women will meet weekly to build relationships with one another and explore careers in the creative sector.
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Over two sessions, teaching artist Koryn Woodward Wasson will lead an exploration of the tools, technology, and techniques available to help teaching artists provide effective online classes.
The National Endowment for the Arts and the Arizona Commission on the Arts want to hear from you! Join us for an information session on grants and resources followed by a town hall style conversation about what Arizona’s arts sector needs to survive and thrive in these unprecedented times.
The dates for American Craft Week are October 2 – 11, 2020. American Craft Week is the country’s largest celebration of handmade American craft. It calls together everyone in the business of craft – galleries, artists, craft organizations, schools, and festivals, to shine a bright spotlight on handmade every year beginning on the first Friday… Read more »
The Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international craft school located on the Atlantic Ocean in Deer Isle, Maine. Founded in 1950 as a research and studio program in the arts, Haystack offers one and two-week studio workshops to participants of all skill levels as well as the two-week, Open Studio Residency program, exhibitions,… Read more »
Sedona Arts Center offers a variety of classes, plein air excursions, and workshops at its campus. Classes and Crash Courses Ongoing Studio Classes Taking classes on our campus in Uptown Sedona affords the opportunity not only to explore the arts, but also to meet new neighbors and immerse yourself in the Sedona arts community. Ongoing… Read more »
January 28, 20208:00am – 1:00pmGrand Canyon University Meet the champions responsible for a movement that is changing the way people view community in education. Hear from nationally renowned leaders about the challenges they have overcome and what forever changed their perspectives Network with top leaders from diverse sectors Learn to have crucial conversations that build… Read more »
This November, the Arizona Commission on the Arts, in partnership with the Flinn Foundation and Virginia G. Piper Trust, are pleased to offer regional, in-person training workshops to enrich your understanding of the data you submit to SMU DataArts’ Cultural Data Project.
This professional development group is for dance educators from all backgrounds – from public schools to dance studios. Every First Saturday of the month, we’ll discuss different aspects of the dance teaching profession and explore the ways we can elevate our practice both individually as teachers and collectively as a dance community. Attendees are welcome… Read more »
This week-long Training Institute will focus on the role of the arts in healthcare and creative aging, providing artists, arts educators, administrators, social workers and healthcare staff with both the theoretical and didactic approaches necessary to develop, implement and sustain high-quality arts programming in a variety of settings for people living with illness as well… Read more »