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Artist Showcase: Modeling Mentorship in the Arts

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To kick off our 2022 Artist Showcase series, we’re going behind the scenes and looking at mentorship in the arts. Tristan B Willis will be sharing their experience as co-founder and director of TheatreWashington’s Mentorship program. From ideation to implementation, Tristan will share some of the goals and values that continue to inform this program for local theatre professionals. As relationships are a key element of community, mentorships can be an invaluable way for individuals and institutions to foster them in a unique, meaningful, and personal way.

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Grants Chats & Workshops

Applicants will have the opportunity to learn how to successfully apply for a grant.

DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities,
The Official Arts Agency for the District of Columbia

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) is an independent agency in the District of Columbia government that evaluates and initiates action on matters relating to the arts and humanities and encourages programs and the development of programs that promote progress in the arts and humanities. As the designated state arts agency for the District of Columbia, CAH is supported primarily through District government funds and in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

 

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