Thursday, September 10, 2009

Traffic Survey & Artist or Scholar Applications for AHCMC

Next year, as you may have heard, road construction in northern Virginia may affect commutes to The Writer's Center. We are looking into this issue in order to find viable solutions to potential commuting problems. Please take 3 minutes to fill out this brief four-question survey so that we can better serve you: Click Here to take survey

Are you an artist or scholar with experience presenting programs in the community?

Apply for AHCMC's Roster and get listed on

The Artists and Scholars Roster for Community Programs is a list of pre-screened, high-quality artists and scholars who are available to present programs and workshops in Montgomery County. The Roster is posted on AHCMC's website and is available for anyone who wants to book a community program.

The Roster is open to a wide range of artistic and scholarly disciplines including dance, music, history, writing, and visual arts. Click here to download a copy of the guidelines.

Applications are due Tuesday, September 29 by midnight through our online application system.

For more information please contact or 301.565.3805.

Are you an artist with experience and training presenting arts programs in schools that are linked with the non-arts curriculum?

Apply for AHCMC's Teaching Artists Roster for Arts Integration Residencies and connect with Montgomery County school teachers.

The Arts and Humanities Council is pleased to announce the release of a new application for our Teaching Artists Roster for Arts Integration Residencies.

The Teaching Artists Roster is a list of pre-screened, highly qualified teaching artists available to Montgomery County schools interested in arts integration residencies, which are extended in-school arts programs that connect to non-arts subjects.

This is a new, streamlined application that allows teaching artists to demonstrate their skills and abilities -- and it's online. Click here to download a copy of the guidelines.

Applications are due Wednesday, October 7 by midnight through our online application system.

If you have any questions about the application or guidelines, please contact Jeffrey King, Arts Education Manager, at or 301.565.3805.

We're here to help!

These applications will be some of the first accepted through our new online system. We will be hosting three workshops to assist our constituents in completing these applications and using the new online system. You are welcome to apply for one or both Rosters.

Monday, September 14, 2009
Arts & Humanities Council Offices
801 Ellsworth Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20910
For directions click here and scroll down to Directions

All workshops will last approximately one hour

4 pm: Teaching Artist Roster Application Workshop

5 pm: Online Grant System Workshop
6 pm: Communtiy Artists and Scholars Roster Workshop

For questions or to reserve a space in one or more workshops, email or call 301-565-3805.

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