ArtsWA Announces New Call for Artists and Teaching Artists for Creative Start Studio

The Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA) is accepting applications for short-term work with ArtsWA’s Creative Start program. Selected artists and/or teaching artists will produce materials to support math and arts learning for early learners (ages 3-8). The project will result in series of arts and math-focused videos and lessons for the online Creative Start Studio. Resources developed for this project will be shared widely.

This is a short-term, professional service contract opportunity (not a grant). Interested artists must submit a complete online application, including a video sample and a resume by January 8, 2021. The Creative Start team does not have capacity to offer feedback to applicants at this time. You will be notified via email about application decline or acceptance.

You can learn more about this opportunity here.

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