Hey there Arts Educators,
Here is an amazing opportunity to sharpen your teaching artist skills and hang out with other like minded education leaders from around the country.
Check out the Americans for the Arts Half Century Summit’s Arts Education Pre Conference (June 24). The full summit is June 25-27, but there are two days of Pre Conference devoted to several fields including arts education.
With a focus on sustainable, student-centered arts education this pre conference is designed to facilitate collaboration between arts education professionals. This will be an action oriented forum that aims at appealing to our top decision makers to move arts education into a place of priority in education funding and research. The goal is to have participants leave with the ability to develop support for arts education in their own communities.
Scholarships are still available!
Have any of you attended Americans for the Arts’ annual conference before? How was it?
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