Join us for a networking-mixer-pitch-session-feedback kind of event.
We'll provide the tacos and cash bar, you provide the teaching artistry energy and ideas.
After an appropriate amount of networking, mixing, munching and sipping, any teaching artist wishing to share a project in development or implementation will have 4 minutes to present about their work, followed by 4 minutes of feedback/discussion from the audience.
Eric Booth (widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession), and Judith Bose (the first full-time teaching artist hired by Lincoln Center) will be on hand, along with senior teaching artists from the Community Engagement Lab, teaching artists participating in this year's Vermont Creative Schools Initiative, and representatives from the event's co-presenters: Catamount Arts, Community Engagement Lab, and River Arts.
This is a chance for teaching artists at any level in their career development to get feedback on their projects from leaders in the field and their peers, and for others to learn about what's percolating and who's doing the percolating.
This is the first event of the Vermont Teaching Artist Collective, which is open all teaching artists and artists who want to develop their teaching artist skills.
Come join us and learn what's happening with creative projects across the state, meet a bunch of creative kindred spirits, and if you'd like, share a story of a project you're involved with and get some supportive feedback.
When registering, you can sign up for a spot to share your project, or just come and join in the fun.
Tuesday, Jun. 26 - 10:00 pmtoWednesday, Jun. 27 12:00 am