Some of the organizations we have proudly partnered with:

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"Teaching Artist Connect is exactly what the field of teaching artistry needs. Its founders are experts who can provide the highest quality introduction, initiation, and training anywhere. I know their work well, and urge you to run, not walk, to bring them in."

Eric Booth
Author, founder of the International Teaching Artist Collaborative, and commonly referred to as "the father of the teaching artist profession."
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What do our clients say?

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"Teaching Artist Connect has been very responsive to our vision for supporting teaching artists in our state, facilitating workshops rich with content and opportunities for connection.

They’ve worked with us to share a curriculum that models inclusion and is current, well-researched, reflective, and motivated by years of practical experience."

Troy Hickman
Education Program Manager, Vermont Arts Council.
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With TAC, we have discovered an incredible partner for providing engaging and meaningful professional development. Heather and Gowri have proven time after time to be proactive, communicative, and inclusive in every aspect of their work.

Their workshops aren't a checklist of what to do or not to do, they really make sure to spend time crafting hands-on activities that allow participants to understand and process how the professional development uniquely applies to their own work.

I would highly recommend TAC's workshops and intensives for anyone involved in teaching artistry, arts education, or community arts.

Megan Bostic
Former Programs Manager, Arts Access
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Teaching Artist Connect did a great job of offering new and updated content on Accessibility Practices to our group as we continue to build our understanding around disability and accessibility. 

The time with Heather and Gowri allowed us to examine and connect with context and language related to disability and discuss and reflect on strategies that will help us increase access within our own facilitative practices and programming. Reflections from our participants indicated that the session was very well received and prompted in-depth future thinking and discussion."

Michelle Burrows
Director, A+ Schools of North Carolina
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