Florida's Teaching Artists Lunchtime Webinar

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Florida's Teaching Artists Lunchtime Webinar




The Division of Cultural Affairs’ Arts in Education specialist, Michelle Smith Grindberg, will discuss Florida’s teaching artists. We’ll be joined by the Florida Association of Teaching Artists’ Mary J. Kelly, Chair/President & Judy Levine, Co-Chair/Vice President. Register here.

This webinar takes place at noon Eastern on January 18, 2018 as part of the Division of Cultural Affairs’ Lunchtime Webinar Series.


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