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New England




The River project, designed and facilitated by Gowri Savoor, at The Vermont NETAC Gathering, July 2023

DEC 13th / 9:00-11:30am
Rhode Island Philharmonic

667 Waterman Avenue, East Providence

Calling all teaching artists, organizations and individuals working to support more thriving communities.

RSVP here.

If you believe in the power of the arts to help individuals and communities thrive, we need your voice in this conversation about how the New England Teaching Artist Collaborative (NETAC) can work to support Providence and our surrounding communties.


NETAC is working to reorganize and align the system of actors in New England that support teaching artists as catalysts for strengthening the well-being of youth, families and communities.


The meeting will be co-facilitated by Eric Booth, who is helping to develop NETAC. Booth is widely regarded as the father of the teaching artist profession and one of the country’s leading arts educators. 

Providence is one of eight cities being considered as a NETAC Hub, along with Boston, Springfield, Portland, Manchester, Middletown (CT), St. Johnsbury (VT) and Waterville (ME). 

Come early for coffee and pastries!

Learn more about the mission and vision of NETAC here

RSVP for the meeting on DEC 13 at the Phil here.

Co-hosted by:

Community Engagement Lab

Community MusicWorks

Rhode Island Philharmonic

Eric Booth

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