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Join more than 3,000 STEAM educators from across California for the 2019 California STEAM Symposium! If you are interested in practical strategies and new ideas, classroom resources and curriculum, networking, and inspiration to reinvigorate your practice, the California STEAM Symposium is for you. The California STEAM Symposium offers ongoing rigorous, collaborative, and inspiring professional learning and resources to support high-quality science, technology, engineering, art, and math instruction for all students.Find out more »
Uniting the Music, Sound and Entertainment Technology Communities The NAMM Show is the global crossroads of the music, sound and entertainment technology products industries with more than 115,000 registrants from 139 countries and regions commanding $11+ billion in buying power. Benefits of Attending Access to over 7,000+ brands-------400+ educational sessions 150+ free networking events------Hundreds of concerts & performances Free breakfast every morning at NAMM U-----Discounts on flights and ground transportation Assistance for international travelers requiring a visa or ESTA----Year-round education…Find out more »
INSPIRE, CREATE, REFLECT: THE POWER OF PEDAGOGY is the California Dance Education Association’s 2020 statewide conference held at California State University, East Bay, February 1- 2, 2020. This year’s theme focuses our attention on dance advocacy and how we as dance educators advocate for dance for all children at our schools, in our communities and statewide. How do dance teachers create work to speak to the value of dance education in our state? How do our pedagogical habits undergo refinements…Find out more »
The Curriculum & Instruction Steering Committee (CISC) of the California County Superintendent’s Educational Services Association (CCSESA) is excited to be hosting the 29th Annual CISC Leadership Symposium February 19-21, 2020 in Monterey, California. This annual conference is a major educational event for Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Directors of Curriculum & Instruction, and others who work to support curricular innovation in schools. The 2020 Conference Theme is, “Our Vision, Their Future, See the Possibilities” and will focus on supporting leaders in developing systems that…Find out more »
Luna Dance Institute is offering two workshops for artists of all disciplines to strengthen their visions and voices as leaders, and their creative power for positive impact. Advocating for Change Workshop Although dance has been an under-represented art form, you can develop the skills to shift this narrative. Learn how to communicate the power of dance by telling your story in a way that is rooted in your values and relates to decision-makers: parents, school administrators, arts directors, funders, legislators.…Find out more »
Strategic Planning & Evaluation for Arts Practitioner Leaders 1-4pm Arts making and arts management are not mutually exclusive. Discover how your creative process can support the operations of your dance company, studio, or arts non-profit. Design a way to work that is aligned with your vision, values, and artistry. Learn how to set goals, priorities, action plans, and timelines on a yearlong cycle, and how to evaluate your process authentically and effectively. No prerequisite. Taught by Luna's Director of Creativity…Find out more »
Inclusion, diversity and equity in AME. How can we foster creative work and a creative workforce that reflects the diversity of our state and society?The 2020 AME Leadership Institute will engage industry and educationalleaders with this important question. Book by October 15th for Early bird rates.Find out more »
Join a day of learning, questioning, sharing, and dancing about how to make dance and dance education more accessible and equitable to all. The day's schedule includes a panel conversation, breakout discussion groups, an advanced equity for artists workshop, and an inclusive dance jam.Find out more »
Create CA, CCSESA Arts Initiative, and Sacramento County Office of Education are pleased to present the 2020 statewide Arts Education Leadership Convening. This two-day event will bring together: County, district and school administrators Teacher leaders School board members Arts organization and community leaders Registration opens January 6th, 2020Find out more »
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