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Nominate a Future CAT Institute Fellow

If you know someone who is passionate about working at the intersection of art and community, please consider submitting a nomination for an upcoming CAT Institute. Nominations are accepted on an ongoing basis. While nominations are not required, we encourage them because they are considered by the selection committee during the selection process. Multiple nominations are welcome. 

Next Session: The Regional Community Arts Training (CAT) Institute is currently on hold due to COVID-19.
CAT Institute Nomination Form

To nominate someone for this opportunity, please complete this form:

CAT Institute Nomination Form

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