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Posts tagged "Workshop"

Teaching Artist Workshop: Start with a Heartbeat Teaching Artist Workshop: Start with a Heartbeat

Teaching Artist Workshop: Start with a Heartbeat

Join Jeannine Osayande (Founder/Artistic Executive Director, Jeannine Osayande & Dunya Performing Arts Company) and African drummer Ira Bond for a free moving/drumming/writing workshop at Bartol Foundation on Wednesday, December 6. [learn more]

Getting at Liveness Workshop Getting at Liveness Workshop

Getting at Liveness Workshop

Donna Oblongata (ACG '16, '14) leads a two-day workshop on cultivating maximum liveness on stage, both in ourselves and in the objects we bring with us, on December 9 and 10 at Panorama Arts Collective. [learn more]

Un/Distracted: Making Art in the Age of Interruption Un/Distracted: Making Art in the Age of Interruption

Un/Distracted: Making Art in the Age of Interruption

ArtistsU is hosting a workshop called Un/Distracted: Making Art in the Age of Interruption on December 11 at Asian Arts Initiative. They will share findings from their Un/Distracted survey, discuss tools and tactics for finding balance, and finally solve everybody's email crisis. [learn more]

Upcoming Teaching Artist Workshops at Bartol Foundation Upcoming Teaching Artist Workshops at Bartol Foundation

Upcoming Teaching Artist Workshops at Bartol Foundation

Lisa Nelson-Haynes (ACG '15) and Michelle Angela Ortiz (WOO '17, ACG '13, '12, '05, LTA '08) will both lead several teaching artist workshops at Bartol Foundation this month. [learn more]

Practice and Performance Lab with Leah Stein Practice and Performance Lab with Leah Stein

Practice and Performance Lab with Leah Stein

Leah Stein (ACG '17, WOO '02, '99) presents a weekend Practice and Performance Lab on October 13 and 14 at The Art Room. Enter a creative process with Leah Stein’s thread of research that integrates body, voice, song, movement and rhythm. [learn more]

Write, Shoot, and Share Your “Love” Story Write, Shoot, and Share Your “Love” Story

Write, Shoot, and Share Your “Love” Story

Jos Duncan (WOO '17, LTA '13, ACG '11) will teach a multimedia production workshop at Scribe Video Center beginning October 4, exploring the power of love through documentary storytelling. The 6-week workshop includes writing your love story, shooting and editing a short documentary, and creating a social media plan to engage an online audience. [learn more]

Teaching and Social Media Workshops at the Bartol Foundation

Workshops throughout the Fall. [learn more]

Free Webinar: Website Maintenance for Arts and Culture

Whether you’ve just completed a redesign, or your website hasn’t been updated in months, this webinar will help you keep your website current and stay on top of everything that needs to be done, from blog posts to security updates. [learn more]

11 Days of Love Stories 11 Days of Love Stories

11 Days of Love Stories Begins July 5

Jos Duncan (WOO '17, LTA '13, ACG '11) of Love Now Media presents 11 Days of Love Stories, a city-wide series of love-themed workshops and events held at 11 locations in Philadelphia from July 5 - 15. [learn more]

Flamenco Workshop with Raquel Heredia Flamenco Workshop with Raquel Heredia

Flamenco Workshop with Raquel Heredia

Study with legendary teacher and performer Raquel Heredia during her stay in Philadelphia, June 3-6. Presented by Pasión y Arte, classes are available for all levels of students. Advanced registration is required. [learn more]

A More Perfect Union A More Perfect Union

June First Friday at Asian Arts Initiative

On First Friday, June 2, join Asian Arts Initiative for the opening of A More Perfect Union, an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Loving v. Virginia case and the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision to invalidate laws prohibiting interracial marriage in the United States, as well as a performance and workshop by Tatsuya Nakatani and local members of the Nakatani Gong Orchestra. [learn more]

Mindfulness Mindfulness

ICA's Mindfulness at the Museum

This summer, ICA is launching Mindfulness at the Museum, a series of drop-in sessions focused on helping our wider community—inside and outside of the museum—to have access to tools to become more aware. [learn more]

Warrior Writers Warrior Writers

Short Reading and Workshop: A Century Later, Looking at WWI Writing

Join Warrior Writers and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on May 31 for a writing workshop with local veterans reflecting on writing from World War I and its connection to present-day conflicts. [learn more]

Tenants' Rights Workshop Tenants' Rights Workshop

Tenants' Rights Workshop

Betty Leacraft presents a Tenants' Rights Workshop at Community Education Center on Tuesday, May 23 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM. Betty will also lead an art making workshop based on tenants rights, which will be scheduled for a later date. [learn more]

Visual Storytelling: Food as Culture Heritage and Community Visual Storytelling: Food as Culture Heritage and Community

Workshop Series: Visual Storytelling: Food as Culture Heritage and Community

Scribe Video Center and Philadelphia Folklore Project present Visual Storytelling: Food as Culture Heritage and Community, a workshop series led by instructors Selina Morales and Sosena Solomon (LTA '14, ACG '13). Participants will discuss the social and political aspects of diverse food traditions, and create short films demonstrating how food can build communities while honoring traditions. The six sessions will be held on Thursdays starting May 4, 2017, 7:00 - 9:00PM. [learn more]

Finances for Artists: Basics and Beyond

Artists U/Philadelphia offers this free workshop on practical tools and approaches for managing our finances on Saturday, April 29, 2017, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM at Leeway Foundation's offices. [learn more]

Workshop: Community Engagement through User Experience

Interactive Mechanics offers a Community Engagement through User Experience workshop on April 27, 2017, 2:00-5:00 PM. [learn more]

Nanci Hersh at DIAE and Workshops with YoungMoms

Nanci Hersh (ACG '16, '13, '10) is the new Executive Director of Delaware Institute for the Arts in Education. Watch a video clip of her series of art workshops with YoungMoms of Kennett Square on Vimeo. [learn more]

Bartol Foundation Presents Two Workshops on March 7 and 18

Bartol Foundation presents Marketing Yourself as a Teaching Artist Series: Let's Talk Money workshop on March 7. This session will work through how to set fair prices for your teaching artist activities, budget for all parts of a project, and develop ‘what if’ scenarios to make budgeting a useful tool in your teaching artist life. Bartol Foundation also presents Talking About Race in the Classroom and Community workshop on March 18. Join New York’s Border Crossers for this intensive training about strategies to recognize and address racism in your classroom and community. [learn more]

Corzo Center Presents Copyrights vs Trademarks Workshop on March 2

Corzo Center presents Copyrights vs Trademarks workshop on March 2. Learn the differences between copyrights and trademarks, when to use, and how to obtain them for your creative work and business. [learn more]

Scribe Video Center Seeks Students for 2017 Documentary History Project for Youth

Scribe Video Center seeks students for the 2017 Documentary History Project for Youth, an annual after-school, weekend and summertime digital media production workshop for middle and high school students. Deadline: March 3. [learn more]

Catherine Pancake presents Queering Sound and Image on March 10 and 26

Catherine Pancake (ACG '16) presents Queering Sound and Image, a project consisting of a free workshop and panel on March 10, and a live performance on March 26, both at The Rotunda, focusing on diverse approaches to sound and music for film. Participants include Camae Ayewa (LTA '15, ACG '07) and Iris Devins (ACG '16). [learn more]

CAGE Presents Khmer Dance Workshop on February 11

Join Cambodian American Girls Empowering (CAGE) for a free introductory workshop on the basics of Khmer dance on February 11, hosted by Lanica Angpak, founder of CAGE. [learn more]

ArtistsU Offers "Building a Sustainable Life as an Artist" Workshop February 24-25

Based on ten years of work with artists locally and nationally, artist leaders Andrew Simonet and Anna Drozdowski will offer tools for feeding our practice, reconnecting with our deep values, building community, and managing time and money. [learn more]

Cynthia Dewi Oka Leads a Migrant Poetry Workshop: Apply by February 3

Cynthia Dewi Oka (ACG '16) will be leading Sanctuary: A Migrant Poetry Workshop, exploring questions of belonging, safety and identity for (im)migrants in the aftermath of the 2016 election. Those interested in participating must apply by February 3. [learn more]

National LGBTQ Task Force for Queering Racial Justice

Join the National LGBTQ Task Force September 10 at The Philadelphia African American Museum for a day of learning, storytelling and skill building for queer and ally people of color and white folks. [learn more]

Scribe Video Center presents The Art of the Pitch for Filmmakers

Scribe Video Center presents a seminar with Cynthia Lopez on how to develop an effective pitch. [learn more]

New stitch works by Kathryn Pannepacker

Kathryn Pannepacker (ACG ’15, LTA ’11, WOO ’04) is exhibiting The Color and Texture of Words at Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional Library lobby (68 W. Chelten Ave) May 7 – July 2. She is also facilitating a preregistered workshop, make & take, June 18 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm. [learn more]

Call for Performance and Workshop Proposals Due March 11

Allied Media Projects is calling for workshop and performance proposals for their Stage to the Street Track, due March 11. This will be a space for those who identify as performers to share performance, explore the historical roots and inspirations of their mediums, exchange best practices across different disciplines, and further expand the realms of our work. [learn more]

Free Home Buying, Time and Money Management Workshops for Artists from Artists U

Artists U and partners are gearing up to offer workshops specifically for artists, March through May. [learn more]