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Professional Development

  Join ELNYA and distinguished panelists in a discussion about Art in Alternative Spaces. From empty warehouses, storefronts and repurposed housing, to pop-up campers and city sidewalks, artists are getting creative about the spaces in which they live, build and present their work. Learn about their strategies of success for sustainable art making in the […]

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EXPLORING YOUR SINGING VOICE Saturday & Sunday, November 2 & 3, 2013, 3–6pm IATI Theater | 64 East 4th Street, NYC 10003 Singing is a way of discovering oneself, a dialog with our inner self and an experience of communicating with others. The voice can take us to a deep journey of sounds, qualities, styles […]

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Back by popular demand– multi award winning singer-songwriter-producer and recording artist Gordon Chambers returns to lead this intensive songwriting seminar for aspiring and experienced lyricists. Learn the essentials of writing a great song. Topics covered include song structure and presentation, understanding royalties, and how to market and promote your songs. Participants will also get the […]

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Apollo Live Wire events are free and open to the public. Audiences include students, professionals, and other individuals with a desire to hear an engaging conversation, while increasing their knowledge of the subject matter. Apollo Live Wire discussions focus on topics pertinent to the history of the Apollo Theater and the Theater’s role in shaping […]

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Get ready for Essentials 2014! It’s orchestra boot camp! Managing an orchestra today takes strength, dedication, perseverance and a passion for music. Essentials of Orchestra Management is a ten-day journey that will prepare you for the challenges orchestras are facing today and tomorrow. Arming yourself with the vital skills you need to be a great […]

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This 14-month program, housed at the new BAM Fisher, provides professional development training and deeply discounted theater and rehearsal studio rental to an annual selection of mostly Brooklyn-based nonprofit arts organizations. A collaboration between BAM and the DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the Kennedy Center, the program focuses on a different discipline every year […]

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In conjunction with the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Julius Caesar this season, BAM presents a series of five workshops geared toward young theater professionals interested in various aspects of production. Participants are offered a unique, in-depth, and hands-on look at how a play gets mounted – from budgeting to design to production management – […]

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Dear Colleagues, Today I wanted to announce to you that I am running for the Americans for the Arts Emerging Leaders Council this year. I would like to ask for your support and your votes, but I need to ask for something else today.  Please don’t forget to vote if you are a member of […]

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Led by Laura Zucker, Executive Director of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission and Director of the Masters in Arts Management Program at Claremont Graduate University, we ask, ”how much are you worth to your organization?” The process of increasing your compensation begins long before you sit down to negotiate your salary. Geared toward emerging arts […]

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The Bronx Museum of the Arts is having a Theater of the Oppressed workshop for educators with George Emilio Sanchez. Please see below for the details. Friday, September 7th, 2012 9:45 AM – 3:00 PM $35 (cash only, lunch included) RSVP to hchia@bronxmuseum.org by August 27, 2012 and you will receive an attached copy of […]

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