Staff Workshop: The Art of Service



Join us for a workshop to explore art as a tool for reflection in our professional lives. You’ll learn how to use poetry, music, drawing, and more to foster community and connection. The workshop will take place on Wednesday, January 31st 12-1:30 pm ET (9 am PT/10 am MT/11 am CT).

Workshop Details:

Host TJ Reynolds will guide you through a series of activities to process and interpret meaningful moments in your work. You will have time to reflect, create, and share in our session together. And, you’ll walk away with new skills to encourage deeper reflection on service with your members! 

The workshop will be recorded. Those who register will receive a link to the recording after the live session. We strongly recommend attending live!

About the Facilitator: TJ Reynolds

TJ is a multidisciplinary, multi-racial artist, musician, and educator. As a visual artist, TJ has had art installations and solo exhibitions in venues such as The Madam Walker Legacy Center. As a musician and performer, Reynolds has been featured multiple times nationally on NPR, performed spoken word in Slams across the country, won rap battles and a Moth Story competition. 

Reynolds currently teaches elementary visual art at an urban public school. TJ is an AmeriCorps alumnus, serving with Teach for America. You can view more of TJ’s art on his Instagram.

Discounted Registration:

Free for all organizations using the America Learns Impact Suite. Register here.
– $39/member for all others (partially-subsidized by us). Email us for tickets.