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TA Cafe

Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic

Drop in for a few minutes or participate in the full hour. Join every session, or come every once in a while. Cafes are for, by, and about Teaching Artists. Topics are relevant to the continually shifting times!  In all sessions, we recognize the Ubuntu philosophy of I am because we are. The TA Cafe […]

Farewell to Sue Trainor

Special Event Zoom Link: For Member/Non Member Events

We will celebrate Sue Trainor's retirement as TAMA Board President with a virtual cocktail party on Friday, September 30th at 4 pm. Do stop by and give Sue a hug for her amazing leadership and talents as a Teaching Artist and her role in forming TAMA.

Free

Recurring

TA Cafe

Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic

Drop in for a few minutes or participate in the full hour. Join every session, or come every once in a while. Cafes are for, by, and about Teaching Artists. Topics are relevant to the continually shifting times!  In all sessions, we recognize the Ubuntu philosophy of I am because we are. The TA Cafe […]

TA Cafe-Teaching Artist Estate Planning

Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic

    Who needs an Estate Plan? With some rare exceptions, everyone needs an estate plan. We live in the greatest country on earth -- a place where any person may exercise their freedom to choose the kind of life they imagine. Whether your estate is large, small, or average, you have the right to […]

Free

DC Chapter Networking Meeting

Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic

This is the network of Teaching Artists who work or live in Washington, DC. Let's connect. DC Network Meeting: Zoom Link Meeting ID: 826 3064 0396 Passcode: DCTAMA Dial by your location +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC) +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) Meeting ID: 826 3064 0396 Passcode: 898630 Stay connected! […]

The NEA’s National Council on the Arts October 2022 meeting

NEA, 400 7th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20506 (202) 682-5400 400 7th Street, SW,, Washington, DC

The NEA’s National Council on the Arts is meeting on October 28th and the public portion of the meeting will open for in-person attendance (online will remain an option too). Fri, Oct 28th at 9:30 - 11:30am at the NEA’s headquarters. More details and RSVP link here: https://www.arts.gov/news/events/208th-national-council-arts-meeting-public-session?fbclid=IwAR3XQvkFOF_WvGDNGaqicxz0GYWp6DmSl0Snpam64sCX_ajWE4iJxVcrXvI

Free

TA Cafe – Home Ownership Strategies for Teaching Artists

Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic

Buying a home can be challenging for a first-timer, especially if you are a Teaching Artist. After all, there are so many steps, tasks, and requirements, and you may be anxious about making an expensive mistake. Join us for this discussion on Home Ownership Strategies for Teaching Artists, led by Latrice Vicent, Realtor, Keller Miller […]

Recurring

TA Cafe

Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic

Drop in for a few minutes or participate in the full hour. Join every session, or come every once in a while. Cafes are for, by, and about Teaching Artists. Topics are relevant to the continually shifting times!  In all sessions, we recognize the Ubuntu philosophy of I am because we are. The TA Cafe […]

Recurring

TA Cafe

Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic

Drop in for a few minutes or participate in the full hour. Join every session, or come every once in a while. Cafes are for, by, and about Teaching Artists. Topics are relevant to the continually shifting times!  In all sessions, we recognize the Ubuntu philosophy of I am because we are. The TA Cafe […]

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