MSAC Upcoming Virtual Professional Development
Coffee with Ken!
Here’s your chance to get the ear of the Director! Join MSAC’s Executive Director Ken Skrzesz and your fellow colleagues across the state on Tuesday mornings with your favorite coffee drink (or tea, if you’re like Ken!) for a topic-specific dialogue about the arts in Maryland.

Public Art
Tuesday, December 15th, 9 a.m.
Ken is joined by MSAC's Public Art Program Director, Liesel Fenner, and MSAC's Public Art Project Manager, Ryan Patterson for this session.
Register here.

Note: Tuesday, December 15th’s Coffee with Ken will be the final for the year, and these valuable sessions will resume on January 5, 2021!
Stay tuned for further details, dates, and sign-up information. 

  • Discovering and Shepherding New Constituents
  • Marketing Effectiveness
  • Non-Profit Financial Management
  • Creative Conversations: Independent Artists. The winter edition of this popular series will focus on connection and sharing between Independent Artists in the Visual, Performing, and Literary Arts disciplines.
The Maryland State Arts Council is accessible to all patrons.
Guests with accessibility questions or who require additional assistance
may call 410-767-6476 or email
#mcreds are Back from the Maryland State Department of Education Fine Arts Office
Level 2 #mcred courses are now open for registration for all arts educators and teaching artists! Even if you have not yet taken the Learning Through the Creative Process, you may still participate in Supporting LGBTQ+ Students and Families and Creative Aging Courses. For full credit and certification, the Creative Process course will need to be completed by December 31, 2021. Don't miss out! Registration is open and space is limited!
Maryland Arts Institute of Racial Justice

Lunchtime Book Club
Select Tuesdays at Noon
Connect with members of Maryland’s arts sector to build shared language and understandings about racial justice through guided discussions and sharing. 

Winter 2021 Monthly Academy: Becoming an Anti-Racist
January - May 2021
The Winter Academy will be monthly workshops from January - May and will address issues of understanding race, unpacking privilege, examining bias, and moving towards racial justice. After each academy session, there will be a reflection session to help support attendees during this journey. Each session will also include 30 minutes of pre-work/reflection prior to the session.

For dates, times, and registration for both, visit the link below.