People at Color Run

What We Do

Teach

Mentorship

Learn

Workshops

Heal

Community Connection

Connect

Resources

(Teach)

Mentorship

The Artist Hub CT offers a mentorship program that encourages Teaching Artists to learn from other Teaching Artists. Being a Mentor requires experience, knowledge and wisdom to be able to guide others in a successful way to follow your lead. Learn more on how to become a mentor or how to sign up for mentor sessions.

Taking Notes

(Learn)

Workshops

Offered Virtually and/or In Person

Offering a variety of workshops for a Teaching Artist's personal and professional development is key. Join skilled experienced Teaching Artists as you learn through Technology, Healing, Arts Learning, and Business Workshops to better your craft, and to help you grow and feel established as an artist. 

Online Class
Affinity Groups:

Coffee  w/ Creatives

Coffee Cups

Coffee with Creatives is a virtual social hour that allows Teaching Artists to connect, socialize, and build with one another over a cup of joe. Bring your favorite mug and coffee personality with you as you spill the tea of what's going on with you as an artist and in our surrounding communities. 

 

Meet Teaching Artists state-wide every First Wednesday of the month from 10-11am 

Creative Mocktail/Cocktail Hour
 

Happy Hour

Creative Mocktail/Cocktail Hour is a virtual happy hour where Teaching Artists can sit back and relax with their favorite glass in hand. This social hour brings Teaching Artists together to celebrate one another as they share their accomplishments and network for future events. 

Raise a glass or two Every Third Tuesday of the month from 6-7pm

(Heal)

Helping.Each.Artist.Level-Up

Community Connection

Healing is an art form in itself. In order for teaching artists to deliver their best skills, being engaged with like minded artists through social settings, connections and networking are key ingredients for a teacher's ability to heal. Community affinity groups, panel discussions, healing workshops and more are offered to help artists connect with one another. 

Support Group
 

(Connect)

Resources

Use our Resources tab to connect with art councils and community based art organizations statewide. Sign up to receive the Connecticut Office of The Arts Newsletter and Information Blasts today and stay updated with opportunities that may be of interest to you Learn about the Connecticut Office of the Arts Directory of Teaching Artists and how to apply.