TAMA is nurturing a structure of local networks seeded throughout the Mid-Atlantic region to raise awareness for the field and foster connectivity between artists. Each network is headed by a Local Coordinator who facilitates community TA meet-ups and communicates regularly with the State Director. A Local Coordinator develops and maintains grassroots relationships with TAs and arts organizations in their locality, each State Director facilitates a two-way system of knowledge-building and support between the TAMA Board, the various localities and the state’s arts agencies.

Additionally there are purpose specific regional networks that meet virtually.

Explore the networks in your state!

Step up as a Local Coordinator or Purpose Specific Network Leader! Email us for support as you create your network.  This guide makes the task of starting a group manageable and achievable!

Become a Leader!

Our Nominating Committee regularly recruits members for our Board, and we are always looking to expand on our networks with local coordinators.

View the State Director and Network Coordinator job descriptions here.

Download the interest flyer to learn more about open State Director positions.

Email us to inquire and apply for open positions!

View the State Director and Network Coordinator job descriptions here. Note these are working job descriptions. As an emerging organization, we need entrepreneurs who will use their imagination and critical thinking to innovate and continually improve this service organization that is by, for and about teaching artists.