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TA Cafe

February 7 @ 9:30 am

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An event every month that begins at 9:30 am on day First of the month, happening 12 times

An event every month that begins at 2:30 pm on day Third of the month, happening 12 times

Topics are relevant to the continually shifting times!  In all sessions, we recognize the Ubuntu philosophy of

I am because we are.

Growing your business is linked to boosting the field.  The TA Cafe is where members come together to learn new business skills and become TA Leaders and Advocates!  Drop in when you can, and join us for these ongoing discussions.

  1. Who Are We:  Come share who you are and what your upcoming plans and goals are.  The field of teaching artistry is still young.  We define it together!
  2. Explore TAMA’s Website:  How might we use our site to build our careers and expand our collective profession?  Participate in Cafe for insights and tutorials!
  3. Business Skills for Artists:  Check out this resource and join us to move through our TA-centered business series.  Let’s build sustainable careers together!
  4. Advocacy 101:  It wouldn’t be the TA Cafe if we didn’t talk ADVOCACY!

The zoom link for this session is in the TA Cafe Forum!

Together we are stronger, braver, wiser!


February 7
9:30 am
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Jennifer Ridgway

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