workshops and lectures

This page includes a listing of local (and some national) professional development workshops, lectures, forums and conferences open to artists, educators, and organizations. Most of these notices are listed according to start date, although some workshops are spread over a period of time so it’s best to peruse the entire list. Disclaimer: RACC does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness or completeness of this outside information. This list is not intended to endorse any views expressed or products or services offered by these links. To submit a notice go to Submit an Opportunity.

PNCA Graduate Lecture Series: Nashin Mahtani

Deadline December 01, 2021

The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies is thrilled to welcome humanitarian designer, architect, theorist, activist and artist Nashin Mahtani! Join this event virtually on PNCA LiveVideo, PNCA’s YouTube channel Free and Open to the Public. All are welcome. Nashin Mahtani is currently the director of Yayasan Peta Bencana (Disaster Map Foundation), a South-East Asian […]

Someone Told Me Now Tells You: An Exhibition & Performance by Jay Ponteri

Deadline December 03, 2021

On December 3rd, Jay Ponteri will celebrate the launch of his book Someone Told Me, published by Widow+Orphan Books this fall. In PNCA’s Design Corridor, Ponteri will exhibit source materials and read excerpts from the book. Visitors should feel free to visit briefly, as one might a reception for an art opening, or stay for […]

HOLIDAY COOKIE PLATTER WORKSHOP- AGES 10 + UP

Deadline December 11, 2021

Join us for a special ceramics workshop for young artists to get in the holiday spirit! There are two options for our Ceramics Workshop: Make Your Own Holiday Cookie Platters! Please only register for one Saturday: December 4th or December 11th, 10AM-Noon Come to the cultural center Dec 4th or 11th to make a holiday […]

HAND SEWING WORKSHOP FOR TEENS Dec 11

Deadline December 11, 2021

An afternoon of hand sewing- an incredible skill to have! Hand stitching is an easy method of stitching hems, small sewing projects and mending clothing and other items. There are times when you may not have access to a sewing machine or the job is simply better done by hand–become your own seamstress & creator! […]

Humanity in Perspective (HIP)

Deadline January 03, 2022

Humanity in Perspective (HIP) offers a variety of free, for-credit, college-level humanities courses for people who are living on low incomes and/or facing barriers to continuing their education. More than just a class where we learn about the world, HIP is for people who want to participate in a learning community that centers their interests, […]

Smithsonian Art Museum: Workshops for Arts Educators

Deadline March 18, 2022

Designed for classroom teachers, SAAM’s interactive web-based workshops feature engaging “Monday-ready” activities that provoke deep thinking and invite students to apply content knowledge across the curriculum and in the world. Get certificates of completion for seat hours and join a community of practice that stretches across the US! In addition to our scheduled workshops, we […]

Disclaimer: RACC does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness or completeness of this outside information. This list is not intended to endorse any views expressed or products or services offered by these links.