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Propose a workshop, lecture, program showcase, panel or short presentation to present at the Conference for Community Arts Education (Nov. 15-18 in San Francisco/Oakland, CA).
Deadline to submit: April 26
Dr. Bettina Love’s electrifying keynote address at the 2016 Conference for Community Arts Education was a call to action to inspire young people into becoming creative, active, and engaged members of their communities. Guild members can now view her entire keynote presentation. Dr. Love's plenary video is a great opportunity to initiate shared learning with your staff. Watch as a group or hold a discussion on staff's reaction to the video.
We also have two upcoming online events with Dr. Love on GET FREE, her newly released Hip Hop civics curriculum. Click here to learn more.
The Potomac Arts Academy, a vital part of George Mason University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, brings quality arts instruction to the Northern Virginia/DC region through innovative and inspiring programs in music, theater, visual arts, film & video, computer game design, and dance. Along with year-round classes and private lessons, Potomac offers over 50 summer programs including teacher-training and enrichment opportunities. After-school and outreach programs, currently serving over 600 students, bring the number of annual participants to over 4000. Creating strong bonds between George Mason University faculty and students, professional artists/performers, and the surrounding community, the Potomac Arts Academy ensures a vibrant future for the arts in their region and beyond.
Application Deadline: April 7
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