Click here for the event flyer and registration information! We hope you can join us for this great professional learning experience!
- Learn research about the effectiveness of arts
integration to impact student achievement.
- Experience culturally and linguistically responsive
strategies for interdisciplinary learning across
subject matter and grade levels K-12.
- Learn about the new statewide TPE’s teaching
performance expectations for arts in K-12. n Engage in hands-on effective strategies for powerful arts integration in the classroom in Humanities and STEM.
- Learn more about Title I and the Arts.
- Develop structures by which your own districts can
plan for and implement arts integration strategies alongside Common Core.
- Learn about the ART=OPPORTUNITY campaign
and receive Creativity at the Core resources.
- Network with colleagues from across California and so much more!
Join Us! Please join us on December 7, 2017 at the California Department of Education for the Rural Arts Education Think Tank meeting. Recently, the NEA announced the release of a working paper, Leveraging Change: Increasing Access to Arts
Education in Rural Areas, which provides insights on rural arts education access written by Lisa Donovan and
Maren Brown. Click here for a copy of the paper.
We want to hear from you! This is an opportunity to think together about how to better serve our rural communities.
We want to explore together how we can increase access to arts education in California rural communities.
Sarah Anderberg, California County Superintendents Educational Services Association & CREATE CA
Dr. Lisa Donovan, Professor in the Fine and Performing Arts Department at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Jack Mitchell, California Department of Education
Mary Rice, California Department of Education
Kate Stover, Tulare County Office of Education
Pat Wayne, CREATE CA
Stacy Young, Humboldt County Office of Education
Region 1 Building STEAM Conference is Jan. 5-6, 2018 in beautiful Humboldt County. Keynote speakers are Dr. Karen Crow Roark, NASA’s STEM Education Professional Development Specialist and Dr. Ann Marie Thomas of the Playful Learning Lab, University of St. Thomas.
We are seeking breakout session presenters in K-12 STEAM Strategies. Applications due September 30, http://my.hcoe.net/?page_id=7437
To register to attend: http://my.hcoe.net/?event=building-steam-conference-2018
Looking for an opportunity to build leadership capacity in arts education planning?
Join us on February 26, 2018 in Fresno for an amazing professional learning day.
Click HERE for the flyer and registration information.
Register TODAY for CCSESA’s Annual Arts Learning Colloquium to be held in Sacramento at the Crocker Art Museum where participants will hear from arts experts, visit the exhibits and participate in professional learning aligned to state standards. Participants will also attend the matinee of the musical production of An American in Paris sponsored by the California Musical Theatre Broadway Sacramento.
- Hear from State and local Leaders
- Learn from Crocker Art Museum and California Musical Theatre experts
- Participate in standards based arts lessons focused on Creativity at the Core modules
- Receive valuable resources you can use t your school, district, and county office of education
- View exhibits
- See the professional production of An American in Paris, part of the California Musical Theatre Broadway Sacramento Series
- Network with educators from across California
REGISTRATION: $100 Includes: light greakfast, lunch, materials, and ticket to An American in Paris
TWO LOCATIONS: Crocker Art Museum and Sacramento Community Center Theatre
Click HERE to download an event flyer
Click HERE to register
Sponsored by the CCSESA Arts Initiative in partnership
with the Sacramento County Office of Education, California Musical Theatre, Crocker Art Museum,
and the California Department of Education.
Don’t miss the statewide launch of the Public Will Campaign at the Create CA Arts Education Convening!
BOLDLY CREATE OUR FUTURE
WHEN: October 15 & 16, 2018
WHERE: San Jose, CA
Register NOW at https://bit.ly/2veS1Ws for the early bird price of $150 for both days!
Yosi Sergant has dedicated his career to engaging with the principle belief that, it is “through the lens of culture that we understand the world around us, and we can either shape that culture or allow it to shape us.” Sergant is considered by many one of the premier voices and most prolific producers of strategic cultural organizing and has been invited to speak at and consult with some of the most important foundations, universities, companies and think tanks worldwide.
Yosi has an extensive cross sector career with deep understanding of communications, public relations, brand management, marketing, community organizing and business development.
During the 2008 Presidential campaign, Sergant engaged artists in a vast viral movement, supporting then candidate Senator Barack Obama, the most prominent of which is the now ubiquitous “HOPE poster” he commissioned and ran with artist Shepard Fairey. Sergant, commissioned and supported thousands of creative projects during the campaign with the intention of decentralizing endorsement to include people who normally don’t participate in the election process.
Following the election, Sergant served in the White House Office of Public Engagement before accepting an appointment as the Director of Communications for the National Endowment for the Arts.
In 2010, Sergant launched TaskForce, the premiere pro-social cultural organizing agency that engages leaders of the creative community in strategic, high-impact initiatives designed to raise awareness and build momentum for organizations tackling our world’s most pressing challenges.
Yosi Sergant is considered by many one of the premier voices and most prolific producers of strategic cultural organizing and has been invited to speak at and consult with some of the most important foundations, universities, companies and think tanks worldwide.
During the 2008 Presidential campaign, Sergant engaged artists in a vast viral movement, supporting then candidate Senator Barack Obama, the most prominent of which is the now ubiquitous “HOPE poster” he commissioned and ran with artist Shepard Fairey. Sergant commissioned and supported thousands of creative projects during the campaign with the intention of decentralizing endorsement to include people who normally don’t participate in the election process.
Quote from Yosi:
“California has always been a beacon for dreamers, a home for creative industries and a state that invests in the vibrant futures of all its residents. TaskForce is thrilled to work with Create CA to ensure that legacy continues through a deep and meaningful investment in modern community organizing and creative communication strategies. The campaign will coalesce the various stakeholder organizations, industries and individuals that understand the role a quality arts education plays in shaping our state’s future.”
– Yosi Sergant, Founder of TaskForce