Winter-Spring 2019 Workshop Proposals
The Cambridge Art Association is seeking workshop proposals for Winter/Spring 2019. We are seeking proposals that will actively engage local artists, and/or arts supporters.
All proposals should be
tailored toward events that can be held at Cambridge Art Association’s Kathryn
Schultz Gallery. Events held in offsite spaces will be considered.
Cambridge Art Association workshops should fall into one of the following categories:
- Professional development for visual artists
- Intensive workshops focused on a particular medium or technique
The maximum capacity for
most workshops ranges between 6 and 15 participants.
materials must be emailed in PDF or Word format to firstname.lastname@example.org with the
subject line “2019 Workshop Proposal"
Please submit the following information:
- The name of the
class/workshop and name(s) of the instructors
- A description of
the workshop, including the following: description of workshop and
anticipated outcomes; length of workshop; anticipated cost to participants;
additional materials costs; your fees
- Resumes/CV of
instructor(s): please include any prior teaching experience
- Images of your
artwork, or images from past workshops
- Testimonials of
past students (optional)
- Letters of
The Cambridge Art Association is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. If your
proposal is of interest, you will be contacted regarding possible scheduling of the workshop,
and compensation. No phone calls, please.
Applicants should have prior teaching experience, and an interest in engaging with the visual arts community in the Greater Boston area.
How To Apply:
Send a letter of interest, resume, and workshop proposal - including fees for attendees, materials costs - in Word doc or PDF format to Erin Becker, Executive Director, at email@example.com.
No phone calls, please.
December 07, 2018
About this Organization:
The Cambridge Art Association (CAA) was founded in 1944
by a group of local artists and art supporters. At the time, there was no other
local association like it. The CAA was a space for exhibiting work, learning
new techniques, and socializing. It was - and is - above all, a community of
Today, the CAA currently maintains two
gallery spaces for exhibits, as well as 5 less traditional satellite spaces.
Until earlier this year, we were a juried members association. As the result of
a strategic plan and long-term vision for the CAA, we are now open to all. You
can read more about our 3-year goals here.
What do we do? We present roughly 25 gallery exhibits, and
an additional 20 exhibits in our satellite spaces. We create opportunities for
local and regional contemporary artists to engage with gallery owners,
curators, collectors, and each other through networking events, portfolios
reviews, and other professional development programs.
Transportation: The Kathryn Schultz Gallery is accessible via the 71 and 73 buses from Harvard Square. University Place is
accessible via the MBTA Red Line at Harvard Square.