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What you should know is happening in CT...
Save the Date: Dec. 7-8,2021
Our Shared Future: Imagining a New Landscape for Teaching Artists
Co-hosted by the Teaching Artists Guild, Arts Education Partnership, National Endowment for the Arts, U.S. Department of Education and Hewlett Foundation, “Our Shared Future: Imagining a New Landscape for Teaching Artists” will feature sessions that dig into the current realities and hopeful futures of teaching artistry.
Registration opens October 13 -- watch this space for links, details, and more.
All teaching artists welcome.
Opportunities for Teaching Artists
Assets for Artists have opportunities open and available for Teaching Artists this fall. Register and join workshops for CT Artists FREE!!!
If you or someone you know may be seeking a teaching artist position, The American Mural Project is currently hiring.
Deadline is December 1!
Perspectives of Home
Call for Artists
Submissions: Due Mon. 11/15/21
Exhibit dates: Dec. 3, 2021 - Feb. 25, 2022
Location: The Main Street & Loop Galleries at WORK_SPACE (903 Main Street, Manchester, CT)
Theme: Perspectives of Home - art that reflects home, sense of place, feelings of belonging and the relationship between environment and identity
Bonus 1: The artwork will be displayed alongside didactic museum-style boards with information and quotes from Dr. Fiona's Vernal's research into the history of housing and equity in Manchester since WWII. Dr. Vernal is a Professor of History and African Studies and the Director of EPOCH (Engaged, Public, Oral and Community Histories) at UConn.
Bonus 2: Storytelling and Poetry will be a big part of the programs that will take place during the 3 month exhibit. There is a 5-wk Memoir & Monologue course starting early December and a multi-hour workshop with Poet Laureate Ryan Parker that culminates in an evening of Poetry and Painting, each, inspired by the other.
The Artist Hub CT
Teach. Learn. Heal. Connect
The Artist Hub CT website is an initiative of the partnership between The Connecticut Office Of The Arts and Oddfellows Playhouse Theater. This Teaching Artist hub website is created for artists by artists to have a platform of creative, diverse, community-building resources for those who educate & inspire, to grow through workshops, panel discussions, mentorship and affinity groups. It is for teaching artists and those who aspire to become professional teaching artists.