Nominations are OPEN for the TAT Lab Teaching Artists R.I.S.E. Award
This award honors arts educators representing identity groups who have been historically under-represented within the statewide arts education community and aims to elevate these voices within TAT Lab and throughout Washington.
Recipients receive tuition-free registration for TAT Lab’s Core Program. The R.I.S.E. Award is open for educators representing Indigenous and BBIA/BIPOC communities, LGBTQIA+ communities, people with disabilities, multilingual or English Language Learner (ELL) communities, immigrant and refugee communities, rural communities and communities outside King and Pierce counties. Watch TAT Lab Faculty, Daemond Arrindell, talk about the R.I.S.E. Award.
Nominate yourself or another arts educator for the R.I.S.E. Award! Deadline is October 25.