The Dougherty Arts Center offers professional development for artists through classes, workshops, meetups, and our Artist Resource Center.
Mondays & Wednesdays 6:00-9:00pm February 4-March 13, 2019 Locations: Dougherty Arts Center and Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center
The Emerging Teaching Artists (ETA) fellowship - for artists of color and artists with disabilities - helps you build skills for sharing your art with schools and young people in the community. Artists working the visual arts, theatre, dance, music, digital arts, and performance art are invited to apply for this exciting program. A stipend is given upon program completion.
Learn more about the production of artworks for public places including an overview of budgeting, engineering, site selection, and proposal preparation. This six-week class encourages research and provides students with opportunities to learn from accomplished public artists. The class will give an in depth look at the Public Art application process, while students work to put together their own submission package.
This class is held yearly and recently finished in December 2018. Look for the next session to be held in winter 2019-2020.