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Dec 20, 2012
Videos of several 2012 sessions, including both plenary sessions, are now available online! You can now stream recordings of:
Minding the Gap: Race, Class, and the Deep Divide in Arts Learning Opportunity
This session features a keynote address by leading artist and racial equity educator Shakti Butler followed by responses from from expert panelists Maribel Alvarez, Gigi Antoni, and Margie Reese. Together they discuss how income and race relate to "equity" and "access" in arts education, as well as examine the trends in society that have enabled this unjust situation.
Catalyzing Change: Creating Equitable Access to Arts Learning
In this session, you'll hear from leaders from within the arts field and beyond, who have successfully achieved social change in their communities through collaborative action, cross-sector partnerships, the adaptation of new business practices, and other strategies. Learn how nonprofit organizations, school districts, community development coalitions, and local government can play a key role in moving legislation into action to ensure equitable access to arts learning opportunities. Speakers: Tom DeCaigny, Ayanna Hudson, Merita Irby, and Sandra Ruppert.
More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Collaboration & Sustainability in Arts Education
For those who think about how their organization can stay relevant, successful, and sustainable in the near or far distant future, this session is a must see. Two well-known field leaders, Gigi Antoni and Thomas Wolf---authors of the Guild's new book, More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Collaboration & Sustainablity in Arts Education---discuss how collaborations, and the ability to enter or create them, will often define the success of arts education practice in the future.
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Pictured Above: Gigi Antoni, Shakti Butler, Maribel Alvarez, Margie Reese (left to right).
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