Resource Directory

Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic

Please submit resources useful for the TAMA community: Share best practices, plans, strategies, instructions, blueprints/templates – the tools that will support and empower Teaching Artists in their work as professionals and advocates for the field. 

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Advocacy
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Arts Advocate Checklist

The MD Citizens for the Arts' Nicholas Cohen put together this monthly checklist to support TAs in their advocacy across …

Business of Teaching Artistry
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Work of Art: Business Skills for Artists

Developed by Springboard for the Arts, this toolkit is based on a series of PDs & entrepreneurship workshops that have …

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (located in New York) is not associated with any of the organizations listed here and …

Copyright Basics

Thanks to Barbara Berschler & MD Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts with creating this tool to help TAs protect their …

Tools & Best Practices

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Partner & Stakeholder Directory

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