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Teaching Artist


         A Hub For Teaching Artists &

       Aspiring Teaching Artists To Be

Teach. Learn. Heal. Connect.

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Service Offerings

Professional Development & Trainings for Teaching Artists





Join our Mentorships Program

In order for the arts to advance, it is our duty to pass on the learnings that we've harvested in this life. One of the best ways to learn is to teach. 




Expand your Knowledge Base

In life we must be life long learners. Join a workshop to sharpen your skills and immerse your self into a culture of like minded individuals on their quest for growth.


The Artist Hub CT



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Our goal is to be a platform for artist growth and development in the state of Connecticut. Click here to find resources that are going on in your community and surrounding areas.


What you should know is happening in CT and beyond...

Opportunities for Teaching Artists

The Connecticut Arts Administrators Association, Inc. is pleased to offer its time-honored Summer Arts Institute with expanded opportunities. Open to all arts educators, administrators/supervisors, curriculum specialists, teaching artists and representatives from arts organizations, the summer institute provides highly qualified instructors, mentoring, models, and guidance in curriculum design, assessment, and instruction. Special sessions will focus on integrating Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Social-Emotional Learning into Standards-Based curriculum.
This year's institute will take place at the University of Hartford on July 10-14, 2023.
We are pleased to announce that our special guest speakers at this year’s Institute include: Edjohnetta Miller and Ruby Lopez-Harper.
More information and a registration form can be found on the CAAA website: or contact Arts Institute Director: Rick Sadlon at
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JUNE Professional Development Workshops

There is still space available in the following June workshops!

IN-PERSON: Making a Plan in a Time of Uncertainty w/ Laura Baring-Gould
Saturday, June 10, 2023 | 1 - 5 PM | For Pittsfield, MA
Lichtenstein Center for the Arts, 28 Renne Ave., Pittsfield, MA 01201


ONLINE: Resource Mapping for Individual Artists w/ Ana Tinajero
Wednesday, June 28, 2023 | 6 - 8 PM | For MA


Registration Now Open for July and August Workshops!
If you had your eye on one of A4A’s professional development workshops in July or August, now is the time to register! Learn about taxes, marketing, resource mapping, activism, crowdfunding and more. All workshops are FREE—and a few are even in-person this season!

"Oops! Did I say that?!"

Join Denise Page on Sunday June 25 (1-3:30pm) @ Oddfellows Playhouse Theater for an interactive,

culturally responsible, practical and fun workshop! Denise is the founder of Ubuntu Storytellers I.D.E.A.L. She tells stories to challenge, inspire, inform and connect. This workshop will help to bring forth your stories in a responsible

and authentic way by providing accessible strategies to help bring awareness to our speech.


*Light refreshments will be served.

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A Hub for Teaching Artists & Aspiring  Teaching Artists 

The Teaching Artist Hub CT

Teach. Learn. Heal. Connect

The Teaching 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. 


The Teaching Artist Hub CT is an initiative of the partnership between The Connecticut Office Of The Arts and Oddfellows Playhouse Theater

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