Mentorship

Do you have TA experience that other TA's might benefit from?

Would you like the opportunity to share your knowledge with others?

Tell us what your thinking here:

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We are really excited to announce that we have partnered with Arts For Learning CT (AFLCT) to bring you EMERGE. This is a fantastic opportunity for aspiring and upcoming teaching artists that are looking for mentorship and guidance in how to build themselves as professional Teaching Artists in this industry. EMERGE aims to support underrepresented communities in developing skills and network to serve young people through arts and education. For more information about this paid training opportunity, please click on the link here: EMERGE

Meet The Artist Hub CT's Past Mentors 

September

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Thomasina Levy

Singer/Songwriter

CTCN Nonviolence TA

CT Office of the Arts TA

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Kerry Kincy

Director of FREE Center

Expressive Arts Consultant

Teacher/Mentor

August Mentors

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Kai Belton

Writer

Author

Healer

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Alicia Thompson

Storyteller

Educator

TedX Speaker

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Kimolee Eryn

Poetry/Perspective WritingScript WritingPublishingCreative Direction

July Mentors

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Andre Rochester

Live PaintingPortfolio DevelopmentCuration & Consultation for exhibits

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L'Ana Burton

DanceMovementTA of all agesHow to build lesson plans in Nonviolence

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Jay Mankita

Songwriter

Humorist

Performing Artist

Business for TA's

Tech savy

June Mentors

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Kendra Garnett

Incorporates dance & motion as an artist

Theater/FilmCreating Lesson Plans for youth and after school programs

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Eric Henry

PodcastCommunity ActivismFormer Radio Show HostIncorporating Hip Hop elements into practical practice for social justices

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Tonille Watkis

Former Miss Black USA shares how to multi-task as an artistWriting/Scripting for theaterActing Techniques used for teaching artistsWorking with mentally/physically disabled and youth

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Lara Herscovitch

Songwriting,Indie music business themes

CT State Troubadour program,Art & values/advocacy,Creative courage

May Mentors

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Kelvin Young

Healing,Trauma,Sound

Meditation

Remaining still & focused during chaos

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Annie Lin

Community building across professional coalitions, Asian American allyship

Branding and nonverbal communication

Fundraising, grant writing, partnerships

Cultural equity through public programs

Apply to Join The Team

To become a Mentor apply to join the team

What is a Mentor?A mentor is a skilled teaching artist who is active in their arts discipline. They have understanding and experience in creating and executing lesson plans. A TA Mentor has taught in environments such as K-12, after school programs for youth, community group settings and adult learning.