TAMA’s Template Invoice
Written by TAMA Members who will regularly update it with current trends/needs. As suggested, use the TAMA logo to inform clients of our professional costs & the value of teaching […]
Independent contractor or employee? New Rules for Labor!
Check out this article that could have huge implications for Teaching Artists and our relationship with arts organizations. This follows our Zoom webinar in May 2022 with the Maryland Volunteer […]
Arts Advocacy 101: Tips for Talking with Principals
AEMS strives to serve the arts education ecosystem through resource Marc Martin, Principal of The Commodore John Rodgers School in Baltimore City, shares tips on how prospective community arts partners […]
Advocate with TAMA’s Logo
Use TAMA's logo on your website to show your participation in TAMA's values and advocacy efforts.
Teaching Artists Stand In Solidarity with Quanice Floyd
TAMA echos Quanice Floyd’s call for “Americans for the Arts (AftA) to increase transparency, accountability, and progress toward racial equity in its role as a national leader in the arts […]
Immediate and Structural Action Needed
As teaching artists and arts administrators, we call on the arts and culture sector, the philanthropic community, policymakers, schools, libraries, retirement homes, detention centers, and all community entities, to prioritize […]
My Dearest Arts Organization YOUTUBE
This letter came out of comments collected from The Teaching Artists Guild and Teaching Artists for the Mid Atlantic Listening Tours held from 2020-21. The letter was original published in […]
My Dearest Arts Organization, Are You Listening?
The National Guild for Community Arts Education published "My Dearest Arts Organization, Are You Listening?" (GuildNotes, Issue 1, 2021), a letter created by teaching artists to reflect on some of […]
COVID-19 Letter to Officials
Developed in March 2020, this template was used by TAs across the nation to let elected officials know that we are here and are in need.