On November 11, Quanice Floyd wrote a necessary critique of Americans for the Arts.

On December 11, the AftA Arts Education Council wrote a response statement in full support of Quanice Floyd.  Their statement identifies the action steps AftA should immediately take.

TAMA stands in solidarity with Quanice Floyd and the AftA Arts Education Council.

What can you do to show your support?

  • Share and like the solidarity statement posted to TAMA’s FB and IG accounts. 
  • Write colleagues and make sure they get involved.
  • If you are a member, cancel your membership with AftA, and urge others to do so.
  • Request the incoming Biden-Harris administration remove Mr. Lynch and replace him with a BIPOC arts leader.
  • Participate in TAMA’s TA Cafe to learn more about how to advocate.  Activate your artist through advocacy! 

TOGETHER

TEACHING ARTISTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Join the Advocacy Challenge & Prepare as a TA for 2021!

Consider joining the TAMA Board!

Are you a Teaching Artist who focuses both on growth in their own work AND who contributes to the success of the field of Teaching Artistry. TAMA’s goal is to amplify those efforts by bringing us together in networks where TAs can learn, share and fertilize our arts ecosystems. In May 2021, TAMA’s second election for Board of Directors will take place. Interested in an open position? Learn more about the State Director position. To inquire and/or apply for any current open position, if you personally know a member of the Nominating Committee reach out to them, or contact us by email.

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Let’s advocate for, support and empower Teaching Artists!

Together we are stronger, braver and wiser.

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