Summer Arts College:
Teachers needed - We're hiring for 5 sessions
Discount registration for students
now through April 30. Scholarships available.

Visual and Performing Art Teachers Needed! Do you know a teacher/educator looking to make some extra money this summer? We're hiring for the summer.
Registration is discounted for our Summer Arts College, now through  April 30th.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS:  Our free MasterWorks concerts are great evenings out with the family. Check out our calendar of shows. About a month until our Triple Crown event, buy your Derby Hats and think of promoting your business. 
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Summer Arts College ��
Arts Council Northeast is hiring summer teachers for children ages 6-12 (elementary arts camp) and ages 13-16 (teen arts camp). We are looking for teachers in the visual and performing arts (Music, Drama, and Visual Arts) for our Summer Arts College.

The sessions will be located in the North Tarrant County area and will be held in June and July, Monday-Friday. Pay will be based on experience and degree.

If you are interested in teaching or would like more information, please contact Bobbie McFarland at 817.283.3406.  All teachers are subject to a criminal background check. Resume is required unless you have previous teaching history with Arts Council Northeast.

Know some creative kids that are interested in attending Summer Arts Camps?

We are currently offering DISCOUNTED registration fees through April 30th. Scholarships are available to students who are financially unable to attend. More info on our Summer Arts College here.

Make sure you check out our entire  MasterWorks events calendar for free concerts and shows. We are still publishing more dates to the calendar each week. You can also follow and subscribe to our events on Facebook.

MasterWorks FREE concerts:
Friday, April 28
Michael Hix - Watauga MasterWorks
For the past 15 years, Michael has been entertaining audiences all across the country. His unique style, confident swagger, and charismatic personality has critics from all over comparing him to entertainers such as Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Dean Martin, Johnny Carson, Steve Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr (just to name a few).
  Learn More for April 1 and for April 28 show

Thursday, April 6
North Central Ballet - Watauga MasterWorks
The primary goals of the company are to provide young dancers the opportunity to develop their talents in a professional atmosphere, and to pass on to them the excitement of a "live stage performance". 
Thursday, April 20 
 Shades of Gray - Roanoke MasterWorks
Shades of Gray play classic rock and roll but throw in enough country and dance to keep everybody happy. Shades of Gray loves playing the music YOU grew up with but never really outgrew: Just Good Ole' Rock n Roll.
Learn More

Thursday, April 27
Rattletree - Hurst MasterWorks
Voted Austin's Best World Music Band 2015-16, Rattletree's multi-sensory electronic world music show is an experience of interactive video projection, lights, costumes, and musicians banging towering wooden marimbas (xylophones) triggering ethereal synth sounds. As seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live, South by Southwest Music Festival, and many more, their music and performances have been featured on NPR, ProSoundWeb, Percussive Notes, and publications across the world.


Saturday, May 6
Don't miss our annual fundraiser: We'll be in Grand Prairie, Texas, from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. to watch "The Run for the Roses" - the Kentucky Derby. Enjoy this day of live horse racing with simulcast running of The Kentucky Derby, a lavish buffet, complimentary wine and beer, live & silent auctions. 

It will also be a great opportunity to promote your local business while supporting a good cause. Donate an item or service for auctions or become a sponsor.
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Know an educator that would be interested in teaching kids at Summer Arts Camps?
Know a local business that would be a great sponsor for Triple Crown Affair? 

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