Art-Train Agency/Organization Training

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Art-Train Agency/Organization Training


Date: September 27, 2022 1:00 pm
Location: Zoom Meeting
Price: Variable Fees
Category: Community Development

With the continued roll out of American Rescue Plan, Local Fiscal Recovery Fund, new opportunities from multiple federal agencies, and the infrastructure bill on the horizon, now is the time to be building working relationships between communities and artists for a more creative, equitable future.

The Art-Train Agency/Organization Training is for staff at government agencies, tribal councils, community non-profits and arts councils of all sizes. For a single fee (waived for Black, Indigenous and People of Color-led community based organizations), participants attend an initial synchronous virtual training session, and then receive one year of ongoing technical assistance through an online resource library and optional bi-weekly drop-in virtual group coaching and networking rooms with Art-Train staff, experts and an expanding network of peers (every other Thursday).

Each 3 hour training includes:
-Understanding federal funding access and approaches
-Impacts of working with local artists
-3 customizable program models to engage local artists
-Tools for equitable collaboration
-Peer networking

For complete details, including upcoming training dates, pricing and registration, visit:
Online Platform: Zoom Meeting. Meetings are designed to be a collaborative event with all participants being able to turn on their video and audio, and see who else is in attendance.
Breakout Rooms: Breakout rooms (smaller discussion groups that are separate from the main Zoom session) may be used during this event. Participation in breakout rooms is optional.
Recording: This session will not be recorded.
Captioning: This event will be captioned using AI generated live transcription.

Register: To register, click on the red “Register” button below. If you have questions, email

Art-Train is supported in part by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Kresge Foundation.