News & Resources
Are you a music educator interested in learning more about technology in the classroom? How about diversity and equity in band programming? These subjects and more will be covered in the Longy School of Music’s Free Virtual Weeknight Workshops series.
The Peabody Institute has published an open educational resource for early-career artists who want to develop their craft and then find funding for it: The Path to Funding: The Artist’s Guide to Building Your Audience, Generating Income, and Realizing Career Sustainability.
On October 8, the Black Teaching Artist Lab will offer an online workshop to introduce their Afrocentric Social Emotional Learning Framework, equipping arts educators to empower Black youth through their teaching practices.
If you are looking to connect with an international network of arts and cultural professionals, the Arts for Good (A4G) Fellowship wants to hear from you!
The fourth week of May is International Arts Education Week!
The international organization On the Move will host its 2022 Cultural Mobility Forum on May 25 (9:00-17:00 EEST) with the theme of Digital Mobility.
The International Teaching Artist Collaborative, the largest international network of artists working for social change, will host its sixth annual conference this year in Oslo, Norway on September 1–3, 2022.
For all our efforts to quantify and report the results of our arts programs, many of us struggle with zooming out to evaluate our organizations. An upcoming free webinar hosted by Americans for the Arts might help: “Aesthetic Perspectives in Evaluation” will take place online on May 10 (15:00–16:15 EST).
In response to the limited support given to arts and cultural sectors in the Global South, Living Arts International has launched the South-South Arts Fellowships—a pilot program to deepen connections among cultural workers living and working in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific.
Many arts and cultural organizations are orienting—or have long been orienting—their work toward the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. A free new resource is here to help with that process: SHIFT—Shared Initiatives For Training.