Theatre Fellowship – Yuma Art Center
August 2018 - February 2019 | Yuma, AZ
Application Deadline: July 13, 2018
The theatre fellowship program gives a theatre artist an opportunity to develop their directorial practice by directing a full-length performance with technical and administrative support from the Yuma Art Center. The selected fellow will direct a full-length production for the Yuma Art Center’s annual dinner theatre production in February 2019.
Sonoran Arts Residency 2018
Fall 2018 | Ajo, Arizona
Application Deadline: June 15, 2018
In fall 2018 the Sonoran Desert Inn and Conference Center is piloting a new two-week artist residency. This residency is open to emerging, established or master artists, giving them the opportunity to retreat and focus on a new or existing project.
2018 Chorus America Conference
June 20-23, 2018 | Chicago, IL
Do you have big ideas for your chorus and the future of the choral field? Whether you are an artistic leader or a board member, a composer or an administrator, our Conference can connect you with the people, tools, and resources you need to make your big ideas a reality.
Opera America Opera Conference 2018
June 20-23, 2018 | St. Louis, MO
OPERA America’s annual conference is the preeminent gathering of opera professionals, artists, trustees and industry stakeholders in North America. More than 500 attendees will gather in St. Louis this June, gaining inspiration, ideas, knowledge and connections to fuel their work throughout the year.
2018 CCSSO National Conference on Student Assessment
June 27-29, 2018 | San Diego, CA
Since 1971, NCSA has been the trusted forum for assessment practitioners to learn and reflect upon current and emerging trends in education and educational assessments. Each year the conference draws around 1,000 attendees including federal, state, and district agencies, test publishers, educational consultants, university faculty, and organizations supporting technology, education, and business. The conference takes place over a three-day period in June, including 60-minute symposia, 90-minute symposia, and 45-minute roundtables.
Education Commission of the States’ 2018 National Forum on Education Policy
June 27-29, 2018 | Washington, D.C.
Education Commissions of the States’ National Forum on Education Policy brings together the full range of education leaders from across all states to explore early learning through post-secondary education policy issues. Hailed as the education policy conference not to miss, this convening provides an opportunity to hear from experts in the field, interact with peers from across the U.S and gain knowledge that will assist you with policy issues in your state.
Lincoln Center Education Summer Forum
July 9-27, 2018 | New York City, NY
Lincoln Center Education’s 2018 Summer Forum provides professional development in the arts education field to artists, educators, and administrators from across the world.
2018 NAESP Conference
July 9-11, 2018 | Orlando, FL
NAESP’s Pre-K-8 Principals Conference offers tremendous value to Pre-K-8 administrators and teacher leader teams. Beyond the great professional development, many attendees are also making it a vacation by bringing their families to enjoy all that Orlando has to offer, as well as nearby getaway vacation spots.
2018 AATE National Conference: Rise Up!
August 1-5, 2018 | Minneapolis, MN
This year our conference will celebrate the work and the future possibilities of the AATE community with two reflective pre-conference opportunities, dynamic keynote speakers,
Master Classes facilitated by artists and change-makers from across the field, and
Sessions by presenters from across the county suited for a variety of arts educators, including Pre-K - 8, High School, College/University/Research, Advocacy, Applied Theatre, Playwriting, Professional Theatre, and Youth Theatre.
2018 Educational Theatre Association National Conference
September 13-16 | Denver, CO
“We are all Artists" will explore the profession of the theatre educator and examine the intersection of classroom teaching and theatrical artistry through workshops and keynotes focused on how teachers and teaching artists can collaborate and complement one another’s strengths. Attendees will gain knowledge and tools to use with administrators and school boards to effectively communicate the value of theatre experiences.