Workshops & Webinars
Race and the Arts
Viewing Art through a Racial Justice Lens- Reflective Protocols
For our First Race and the Arts convening of 2021, we invite you to engage in some reflective processes as we look at the role the arts play in creating and upholding racialized narratives. Do we consider who is telling the story when we view a painting, or read a poem? What does an author’s intent or identity mean for a work of art?
We will share some tools for group analysis of works of art and look at how ideas about race and identity are shaped by the art that surrounds us.
Local poet, educator and racial justice activist, Hedy Tripp will join our conversation to offer her insight and expertise as we practice these tools for deep analysis and exploration.
Thursday, January 28 from 4-5:30 pm
ZOOM Meeting: Register in advance for this meeting: REGISTER HERE
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This link will be the same for monthly meetings about Race and the Arts on the fourth Thursday of every month: February 25th, March 25th, April 22nd, May 27th.
Work of Art: Business Skills for Artists
Springboard’s Work of Art: Business Skills for Artists is a professional development curriculum designed to teach business skills to artists in all disciplines — visual, performing and literary arts. Artists can take the whole series, customized combinations, or individual workshops that best suit their needs, and the curriculum is available for people interested in leading the workshops and offering professional development resources.
Springboard offers The Work of Art Toolkit available for free digital download, now with a 2020 update!
Watch videos, read a brief description of all Work of Art: Business Skills for Artists topics and find an upcoming Work of Art workshops, panel, classes or events on their website https://springboardforthearts.org/professional-growth/work-of-art-program/
CMAB Grant Writing Webinar
CMAB Program officer, Heather Allen, presents a 4-session webinar designed to take you through the steps of planning an arts grant proposal. The guidance and resources you receive can be used to apply for grant funds in support of your artistic vision.
- Learn about common mistakes grant writers make and how to avoid them
Spend time gathering contacts and resources that will make your project a success
Build or strengthen the plan for your creative endeavor
Receive guidance and support
- This course may serve as an introduction to grant writing, if you have never applied for a grant before, but will also benefit those who already have applied for grants in the past. Help us to make meaningful and lasting contributions to Region 7W’s cultural fabric.