CCSESA Arts Learning Colloquium at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
sponsored by San Mateo County Office in partnership with CCSESA and SFMOMA
After a three-year closure, the newly transformed and expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) opened its doors to the public on May 14, 2016. Purpose-built to showcase the museum’s celebrated collection over ten breathtaking floors, the new SFMOMA was designed by renowned architecture firm Snøhetta. With nearly three times more gallery space than before, the museum opened with 19 inaugural exhibitions, including a curated selection from the distinguished Doris and Donald Fisher Collection, the first presentation of works promised through the Campaign for Art, nearly a full floor devoted to the Pritzker Center for Photography, cherished favorites from SFMOMA’s permanent collection, and works specially commissioned for the new museum. SFMOMA now includes nearly 45,000 square feet of art-filled free public spaces, and will offer free admission for all visitors 18 and younger in perpetuity. (taken from the SFMOMA web site).
- Gain expertise from museum educators at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA);
- Make interdisciplinary connections as you interact with works of art at the SFMOMA;
- Learn how to enhance understanding of works of arts through inquiry based discussions;
- Network with educators from across California; and
- So much more!
October 10, 2017
11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Artspiration at the Santa Clara County Office of Education invites you to join representatives from California’s leading arts education and advocacy organizations: Create CA, California Alliance for Arts Education and CCSESA Arts Initiative and the California Department of Education, for a special arts education workshop.
• Understand the background and history of the Blueprint
for Creative Schools and the CREATE CA initiative
• Explore the Arts Education Data Project and its role in
ensuring equitable access to high-quality, standards based
• Discuss the strategy of creating a district-wide arts plan
and hear examples from the field
• Build knowledge of why and how arts education meets
the eight state LCFF Priorities
• Receive valuable updates on state and federal arts
legislation that impacts school and district policies
Click here for the flyer and more information.