TAT Lab Presents:

For Us, By Us: a BIPOC Arts Educators Retreat

Saturday & Sunday, January 30 & 31

1:00-4:00pm both days

over Zoom

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This retreat is for Washington state teaching artists, school-based arts specialists, youth arts providers, and classroom teachers who self-identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or People of Color). We welcome all intersectional BIPOC identities, including (but not limited to) African, Arab, Asian, Caribbean, Latinx, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander, mixed race, and white-passing people who identify as BIPOC and are prepared to honor and explore the nuances of being white-passing in this context. 
 
If you are white-identified and interested in talking about anti-racist work in arts education, please skip this workshop and consider signing up for "Ideas to Action: Anti-Racist and Culturally Responsive Practices in Arts Education."

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

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* 1. What is your contact information?

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* 2. If you would like to share your pronouns, please do so. (optional)

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* 4. Which of these roles apply to you? (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?

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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. Do we have permission to record your photo and/or video?

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* 8. This TAT Lab program is a brave space that invites 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. What are your hopes and needs for this BIPOC-only community?

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