New Guidelines Available for ACTA's Apprenticeship Program

ACTA - Posted on 17 April 2010

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Master Romani musician Rumen Sali Shopov (left) improvises with his 2010 apprentice Benji Bloom Rifati in Shopov's Berkeley homeACTA announces new guidelines for the 2011 iteration of its Apprenticeship Program.

The Apprenticeship Program fosters cultural transmission by contracting master artists for $3,000 to offer intensive one-on-one training in a specific art form to qualified apprentices for six to twelve months.  Master artists and apprentices must apply together and be based in California.

For more information, and to download guidelines and application forms, visit the Apprenticeship Program's webpage.

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