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TAT Lab Presents:

Connect: Black, Brown, Indigenous & Asian Teaching Artists

November 3, 2021
4:30-6:00pm
over Zoom, closed captioning available

https://www.arts.wa.gov/tat-lab/
Join us in a conversation celebrating the successes and reflecting on the challenges in teaching and learning this year. This is an informal gathering designed to spark conversation, share strategies with peers, and think together moving forward as a state-wide community of arts educators.
This conversation is for Washington state teaching artists, school-based arts specialists, youth arts providers, and classroom teachers who self-identify as BBIA (Black, Brown, Indigenous, or Asian) or BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or People of Color). We welcome intersectional identities, including (but not limited to) African, Arab, Asian, Caribbean, Latinx, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander, mixed race, and white-passing people who identify as BBIA/BIPOC and are prepared to honor and explore the nuances of being white-passing in this context. 

Not sure you belong at this event and want to talk about it? Email TATLab@PNB.org

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* 1. Your information

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* 3. Which of these roles apply to you? (optional)

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* 4. If you would like to share your artistic discipline, please do so. (optional)

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* 5. Are you a TAT Lab alum?

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* 6. Relating to your accessibility needs, what, if anything, would you like TAT Lab organizers to know so we can support your participation in this workshop? Closed captioning will be available.

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* 7. Some TAT Lab events may be recorded for grant reporting and/or promotional materials via screenshot or video. TAT Lab staff will always announce any recording and provide opportunities to opt out (turn off/hide video) prior to recording. Having your video/camera/voice on signifies your permission to use your image for TAT Lab communications.

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* 8. This TAT Lab program is a courageous space that invites BBIA/BIPOC arts educators working in Washington state regardless of gender and gender expression, ability/disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, or any other identities to be their true selves.

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* 9. Please use your own words to describe your race, ethnicity, heritage or cultural identity.

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* 10. This event is offered with sliding scale fees of $0-$40. Participant fees and support from our funders help us offer events at a significant reduction to actual cost, sustain our programming, and pay presenters an adequate rate. TAT Lab also strives towards equity and we value participants regardless of their ability to pay. 

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What can you commit to paying?

You will pay at the end of this survey.
You'll receive a confirmation email in the next week or two.

You'll receive the Zoom link the week before the conversation.

If you have questions, feel free to email TATLab@PNB.org. Thank you!

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