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Workshop Instructors

 Volunteer teaching color theory on a powerpoint to POVA artists

Workshops are an important part in providing the artists in our Artist Collective opportunities to gain new artistic skills, discover new artistic mediums and passions, as well as meet local artists in the community.

We are looking for volunteers to teach artistic, business, and professional development workshops to the artists overcoming homelessness in our Artist Collective. Past workshops include acrylic painting, abstract art, fabric marbling, sewing techniques, poetry, color theory, pricing artwork, magnet making, and more.

If you are interested in teaching a workshop, please complete this Workshop Instructor Application or print the application HERE.  Printed applications can be submitted in person during our open hours or emailed to our Program Coordinator, Emily, at emily@PovertyandtheArts.org.

We will get back to you within 2-3 days to confirm your workshop.

Workshops are an important part in providing opportunities for the participants in our program to grow and become more successful artists and entrepreneurs. Workshops will take place at our Studio & Gallery space in East Nashville, unless space is provided by the workshop teacher at an off-site location.