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National Professional-Development Workshops for Artists

In locations around the country, CAA offers National Professional-Development Workshops for Artists on a range of topics, from health and safety in the studio to grant writing to professional relationship building. Each event is developed in collaboration with regional institutions to serve the specific interests of their local constituencies. The workshops have been sustained by two gener ous grants from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation.

Past Workshops

CAA National Professional-Development Workshop in Santa Fe New Mexico

The seven workshops of the 2011–12 season took place in: Baltimore, Maryland (March 26, 2011); Trenton, New Jersey (May 14, 2011); Richmond, Virginia (October 1, 2011); San Diego, California (June 29–30, 2012); Portland, Oregon (October 6, 2012); Columbus, Ohio (November 10, 2012); and Santa Fe, New Mexico (November 30–December 1, 2012).

The eight workshops of the 2009–10 season took place in: Trenton, New Jersey (May 9, 2009); Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (November 10, 2009); Detroit, Michigan (November 20–21, 2009); Lafayette, Lousiana (May 6–8, 2010); Portland, Oregon (September 25, 2010); San Diego, California (October 2, 2010); Albuquerque, New Mexico (October 9, 2010); and Birmingham, Alabama (November 20, 2010).

In 2007–8, CAA offered eight workshops in: Birmingham, Alabama; Alexandria, Louisiana; Providence, Rhode Island; Anchorage, Alaska; Detroit, Michigan; Cleveland, Ohio; Eugene, Oregon; and Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

Contact

Questions regarding the National Professional-Development Workshops for Artists should be directed to Michael Fahlund, CAA deputy director.

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