2020 TCG National Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. TCG is heading west! From June 4-6, 2020, we’ll be touching down in Phoenix, Arizona for our 30th National Conference. While registration won’t be available until January of next year, we invite you to let us know what sorts of programming you’d like to present or experience in Phoenix. To get a… Read more »
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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.
Catalyst Creative, an artist company that builds new work with communities, for communities, will offer a theatre workshop series in Tempe, November 22-23, 2019.
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 »
The Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at ASU is pleased to announce the faculty for this year’s Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference, February 21 – 22, 2020 at Arizona State University. Featuring Ryka Aoki, Andrea Avery, Tracey Baptiste, Sally Ball, Matt Bell, Sherwin Bitsui, Piper J. Daniels, Rosemarie Dombrowski, Cristina Garcia, Vanessa Hua,… Read more »
Aimed at practitioners who already have a strong working practice of CRP, the Certification program provides ten months of highest-level mentoring, peer-to-peer learning, and intensive practice in the foundations, principles, and variations of Critical Response Process.
Developed by artists for artists, Creative Capital’s workshops and webinars provide career, community, and confidence building tools for artists. Workshop and webinar leaders are practicing artists and experts, and many are Creative Capital awardees. Leaders introduce concepts and practical tools, share how they are used in their own lives, and model artist-to-artist collaboration. Workshops: Creative… Read more »
The Bates Dance Festival offers three distinct training programs. The Young Dancers Workshop (YDW) a rigorous three-week program serves up to 100 pre-professional dancers ages 14-18. The Professional Training Program (PTP) a three-week intensive offers 30 daily classes in a wide array of dance disciplines and serves an intergenerational community of 190 dancers ages 18… Read more »
As the application and review process for R&D Grants have changed significantly this year, the Arts Commission invites artists of all experience levels and disciplines to participate in a statewide interactive conversation with Arts Commission staff and past grantees on crafting a successful R&D Grant application!