Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) is thrilled to announce the National Leaders of Color Fellowship (LoCF) application is now accepting applications. The LoCF is a strategic leadership development program for Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) leaders throughout the western region who are committed to the advancement of cultural equity in the arts. Using… Read more »
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The ASU-LACMA Master’s Fellowship in Art History offers a three-year degree program that pairs rigorous academic instruction through traditional masters-level coursework with on-the-job work experience. In this program, fellows explore key issues around expanding the canon of art history for the future of museums. The fellowship allows staff already working at a participating museum to… Read more »
Devised by Childsplay in partnership with Valle Del Sol, a local mental health provider, this 5-part series is geared toward helping teaching artists understand what is happening to them mentally and physically, learn tools for addressing their stress and anxiety, and build community with other teaching artists through creative activities.
IGNITE: Services for Businesses and Nonprofits at Pima County Public Library Pima County Public Library offers services for businesses and nonprofits. Visit IGNITE for access to the Library’s free online resources and collections that will help your nonprofit succeed. See website for listing of boot camp sessions and workshops.
This winter, the Arizona Commission on the Arts will present 4 webinars for BIPOC teaching artists interested in exchanging best practices. Teaching artist Sharah Nieto will facilitate four sessions specific to different age groups and disciplines. This is a great opportunity to connect with peers in your area of expertise, ask questions, share ideas and build community.
The Shemer Art Center offers in person and virtual classes and workshops for adults and youth in various media. Due to social distancing, space is limited. Youth classes at the Shemer Art Center offer creative learning opportunities for young artists ages 6 – 17, after school, during school breaks, and over the summer.
We invite you to explore The Drawing Studio classes and workshops and discover if there’s something right for you. We provide instruction in a variety of mediums: not only drawing. You can study painting, printmaking, collage, sculpture, cartooning, and more from our exceptional teaching artists. Courses are designed for all ages and skill levels, with curriculum and projects specific to youth (ages 6-17) and… 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 »
Forecast launches toolkit on creative alternatives to in-person arts-based activities, for artists and administrators Artists and communities need the transformational power of creativity now more than ever. Forecast recognizes the economic crises facing artists during this pandemic and we want to provide guidance on how to keep arts projects active and moving forward, even as… Read more »
Join Teaching Artists Thameenah Muhammad, Mariah Aguilar, and Carlos Lara of Rising Youth Theatre (RYT) for a two-part workshop focused on structuring a youth-driven online arts learning space that centers the whole human.