We are pleased to announce that one of our own SCCA instructors, Carrie Anne Parks, is an integral part of the 2020 Master Artist / Apprentice Program (MAAP). We encourage any of our SCCA students or members to apply to this incredible opportunity to learn from amazing instructors!
Tennessee Craft, in partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission, announces the opening of the 2020 Master Artist / Apprentice Program (MAAP) application process. This mentoring program offers emerging artists a unique opportunity to learn traditional and contemporary craft skills firsthand from master craft artists.
All artists in the program choose challenging goals that will advance their skills and knowledge as craft artists. The MAAP was created to boost artists to the next level of their professional development during an intensive six-month one-on-one mentorship, not typically available in most learning environments.
Awarded apprentices receive an $1,800 stipend to work with their chosen master from December 1, 2019 to June 15, 2020. APPLY HERE by the November 1 deadline: https://tennesseecraft.org/programs/maap/