At MUSE ARTS We believe that each member of the community has the right to access information which allows them to reach their full potential , this is true for artists as well. We are committed to promote professional development activities that go from how to write a grant application , financial literacy and training on anti-opression and social justice frameworks.
Please explore the different Profesional Development opportunities we will have during HAPPENING Multicultural Festival.
MUSE ARTS partners with arts and non-arts organizations to deliver workshops for artists and arts facilitators wanting to engage in practices that acknowledge and respect peoples individualities and identities. We engage artists in conversations that explore individual and systematic power . We believe that as artists supporting and working in communities we hold a social and civic responsibility to create safe spaces where all people have access to opportunities and to reach their potentials.
Gender-Neutral Terms to Address a Group. Pay attention! Notice that GUYS is not there. “Hey Guys!” is not gender-neutral. Posted @withregram • @sylviaduckworth Recently a poster that @sara_levine created for her grade 4 students went viral after she posted it on Facebook.
Artists & Mental Health
We look forward to working with you. Here some pictures from past trainings and conversations:
Cultural Competence Training
Financial Literacy Training
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