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The teaching artist definition is a work of art for Jennifer Ridgway

It’s #FollowFriday, and wouldn’t you know it – it’s my turn – Jennifer Ridgway. I’m super excited to have a …

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Inspired outside with Wincey Terry-Bryant

It’s #FollowFriday – a TAMA opportunity to get INSPIRED! Today we are celebrating and following TAMA’s New Jersey State Director …

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Positive change is what Khaleshia Thorpe-Price is after

Happy New Year, TAMA Community! Our deepest apologies to our community for the gap in posts. In November, when our …

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Teaching Artist Dave Fry Creates Community

First up in TAMA’s TA Interview Series is TAMA’s Board Secretary – DAVE FRY is a Teaching Artist based in …

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Interview Series with Mid-Atlantic TAs

To read the following dialogue, two readers are needed.  One to play TAMA and the other to play YOU!  Use …

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