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.
We’re hiring a Content Editor! If you’re knowledgeable about the music for social change field, passionate about its growth and impact, and eager to join a collaborative editorial team working to help build a better world for the next generation—we want to hear from you.
Sistema England is passing its activities and leadership role to The Nucleo Project in London. Founded in 2013 by Lucy Maguire, The Nucleo Project will now be known as “Nucleo” as it expands its local work and takes on wider youth development roles.
Music educators can attend a free monthly webinar series designed to help them embed social and emotional learning in their teaching.