February 2022 – CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative Newsletter

California County Superintendents Educational Services Association

Be sure to scroll down to see what is happening in representative counties across the state as well as news from our partners.

February is Black History Month 

The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in American society. Read more here. The 2022 Black History Month theme is “Black Health and Wellness” and provides opportunities for critical reflection and honest conversation with our students about our history and futures. Learn more about the origin of Black History Month from the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. Additional CTA Resources are linked here.


The Arts Education Framework Virtual Launch is Right Around the Corner!

Join the movement to promote arts education in CA schools.

Re: Arts Education Launching the California Arts Education Framework

MARCH 1, 2022, from 3:30 – 4 :45 p.m.

Celebrate and gain a greater understanding of California’s Arts Education Framework!

Make plans now to register for the virtual launch of the California Arts Education Framework will be March 1, 2022, sponsored by CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative, CISC Arts Subcommittee, The California Arts Project, and the California Department of Education.

Leaders from across California are working on the design and implementation of this virtual preview of the Arts Education Framework as well as resources for administrators and teachers.

The virtual launch is the first of the many supports offered FREE to educators across California. Please spread the word! Our goal is that teachers, administrators, and partners from across CA will participate.

To register and download the flyer, linked here.
To use our Social Media toolkit, linked here.


CCSESA Rural Arts Network (CRAN)

Powerful Rural Arts Education Partnerships
The 3rd session of the CCSESA Rural Arts Network (CRAN) professional learning sessions was on February 8, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. The focus was on cultivating powerful partnerships. Sarah Anderberg, CCSESA, presented on creating a roadmap for successful partnerships followed by the following inspirational speakers who shared first-hand examples of how they created powerful partnerships:

Keith Wyffels, Associate Vice President of Education at The Music Center, who forged a great partnership with rural counties in Region 2.

Esther Tokihiro, Administrator, Hawaii State Department of Education, Office of Curriculum & Instructional Design.


Making the Data Dance: Wrapping it up for Systems Change

Target Audience – County Office Arts Leaders

Registration is linked here.  
CRAN Professional Learning Series flyer is linked here.

Calling all Counties: Artwork Needed for Upcoming CABE 2022 Online Conference

CABE 2022 Online Conference – Student Art Exhibit
The CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative is partnering with the San Francisco Unified School District to coordinate an online Student Art Exhibit at the CABE 2022 Annual Conference on March 29 – April 2, 2022.

CABE’s theme for this year is Stand Up! Get Up! For Biliteracy and Multilingual Rights!

  • Artists must be students in CA (Pre-K through Grade 12)
  • Please submit entries by March 18, 2022

Student Artwork Submission Form is linked here.
CABE 2022 Online Call for Student Artwork flyer is linked here.  

For more information, contact Jessie Mapes, CCSESA Arts Program Assistant at jmapes@ccsesa.org or (916) 400-0455

Help us feature artwork from all 58 Counties!

New & FREE Interactive Webinar- Teaching Visual Arts in Connection with History/Social Studies focused on the Creativity at the Core Module 24

CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative in partnership with the Butte County Office of Education and the Stanislaus County Office of Education is pleased to host the webinar, Teaching Visual Arts in Connection with History and Social Studies.

This interactive webinar previews and unpacks the Creativity at the Core‘s new Module 24. Designed to enhance both the quality of Visual Arts and History/Social Science learning, this module provides a model for integrating Visual Arts and History/Social Science and provides six integrated units that meet the rigor of Visual Art and History/Social Science standards.

March 9, 2022
4:00-5:30 p.m.

Webinar Presenters: 
Amy Bultena, Director of Arts, SCOE 
Jennifer Spangler, Arts Education Coordinator, BCOE 

View/download a copy of the webinar flyer here.
Registration for this FREE webinar is linked here.

Check out New Module focused on English Learner Assets and the Arts!

The new CCSESA Arts Creativity at the Core Module 25 Leveraging English Learner Assets through the Arts is finished and ready for use by educators across CA. Developed by San Diego County Office of Education, this module focuses on using the Arts as a lens through which we view the importance of cultural and linguistic connections English Learners make to the Arts.

Leveraging student assets and building into and from the content will provide full and meaningful access to 21st century skills, resulting in attaining high levels of language proficiency and mastery of grade-level standards (K-12 Music). All students, including those learning English, should be actively engaged in standards-based academic curriculum and have rigorous, supportive, equitable learning experiences in all content areas, including the arts {dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts).

• The arts provide opportunities for students to access language and to express themselves
• Each arts discipline has its own language {symbol systems, vocabulary, movements, etc.)
• The arts can provide a level playing field when students are all new to the language of dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts
• The collaborative and creative nature of the arts disciplines provide authentic opportunities for students to explore, experiment, and practice speaking in their new language and learn from peers
• Includes kinesthetic, aural repetition, inclusion in an ensemble, careful monitoring of progress, and opportunities for cultural connections {building empathy)

This module will highlight the importance of cultural and linguistic connections English Learners make to the Arts. Leveraging student assets and building into and from the content will provide full and meaningful access to 21st century skills, resulting in attaining high levels of language proficiency and mastery of grade-level standards (K-12 Music).

Hats off to Pauline Crooks and Rim Haroun, Coordinators for the San Diego County Office of Education, for leading this effort and to all the other artists and educators that contributed to this monumental resource.

To view the module, click here.

CCSESA’s Creativity at the Core Online Modules

Click here to view/download a brochure of
CCSESA’s Creativity at the Core online modules developed for educators!

A Parents’ Guide to Arts Education in Public Schools

The California Education Code requires it, but what should students be receiving in arts education at each grade level? California State PTA – in partnership with Create CA – developed the revised Parents’ Guide to Arts Education in California Public Schools.

This reader-friendly guide provides an overview of what children across the state should learn in the arts disciplines of dance, media arts, music, theatre and the visual arts by the end of each grade level.

The Parents’ Guide to the Visual and Performing Arts in California Public Schools was created with parents, guardians and families of students in the California public school system in mind. By using the guide, they show that all students – not just the talented – should have the opportunity to express their unique individuality through creating and learning in and through the arts. Read more on the CAPTA website by clicking here.

Download the Full Guide (English)
Download the Full Guide (Spanish)

CCSESA Regional and County Arts Leads

To view and/or download a complete list of Regional and County Arts Leads (Last Updated 2.25.22) – Click here

Arts Ed Twitter Chat – #CaArtsEdChat

Join @PCrooks_VAPA@VAPAJeannine@aaronbryan, and other arts education leaders from across the state for the #CaArtsEdChat, a Twitter Chat held every Wednesday from 4:00 to 4:30 p.m. We’re growing a statewide virtual professional learning community for educators, artists, and others passionate about arts education. Join us as we discuss topics such as: the newly adopted CA Arts Framework; integrating the arts and technology; arts and anti-racism; and much more!

New to Twitter, or just want to learn more about the Twitter Chat or see the questions in advance? Visit www.bit.ly/CaArtsEdChat2020.



Alameda County Office of Education

Arts Media Entertainment Week (March 7-11, 2022)
The Alameda County Office of Education, in collaboration with
Earn & Learn invites you to a week of career exploration in Arts,
Media, and Entertainment (AME). These six. one-hour virtual
sessions will illuminate learners to the opportunities in these
varied and vast industries; as well as showcase companies in
your area. Hear from professionals about their journeys; see their
work and understand more about the impact AME has on our
everyday lives.

Monday, March 7th
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Monday, March 7th
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Tuesday, March 8th
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Thursday, March 10th
10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Friday, March 11th
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Friday, March 11th
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Event flyer linked here.
Learn More: info@earnlearn.us

Humboldt County Office of Education

Creative Education Symposium 4.0: Connecting The Arts to Social-Emotional Learning – What an exciting day is planned for you!

2018 Ohio Teacher of the Year and Emmy Award winning star of the public television show “Drawing with Mr. J”, Jonathan Juravich will be the keynote speaker.  His television series connects the creation of simple drawings with Social Emotional Learning conversations.

Jonathan Juravich-Social Emotional Learning at Your School Mr. J will share strategies to connect SEL with children’s literature, drawing and whole-school culture. Participants will learn how to deepen conversations about awareness of self and others and making responsible decisions. A book and art materials are included.

Daniel Barash-Using Shadow Puppets As an Approach to Teaching Kennedy Center Teaching Artist Kennedy Center Teaching Artist and national trainer Daniel Barash has been helping teachers learn the art form of shadow puppets for over 20 years.  Shadow puppets are an easy steppingstone into theatre for children and an engaging design process both for creating the puppets and the scripts.  Participants will make a shadow puppet stage and puppets to take with them.

Dr. April Duncan, DSW, LCSW, RPT-S and founder of All About Play, LLC- Using Art & Play to Manage Emotions and Behavior Do you have a child who is struggling with anxiety, depression, anger? Play therapy is a hands-on way to help people learn better ways to manage their emotions and behavior. Techniques to address these issues include board games, art activities, progressive relaxation and more!  Participants will receive support materials.

Registration is linked here ($40)

Los Angeles County Office of Education

Born To Create – LA County High School for the Arts
The LA County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) & LACOE are proud to have the application season open for the 2022-23 school year. Join us in identifying and encouraging young artists to apply. It is vital that our outreach efforts are inclusive and far-reaching to all potential LACHSA students, especially youth from under-resourced communities. Los Angeles County is filled with talented youth that were born to create!

Specifics of the LACHSA admissions process can be found online in English or Spanish at https://www.lachsa.net/apply. LACHSA is currently hosting virtual & in-person tours, student panels, and application/audition seminars for incoming 9th and 10th graders and their families at https://www.lachsa.net/tours .

To request a poster and printed materials and/or online resources to help us promote, please email Esmeralda Flores at flores_esmeralda@lacoe.edu. We can come to your organization (virtually or in-person) to host an admissions presentation, portfolio, or audition prep for groups of 12 or more. 

Arts Coordinators Convenings 2021-2022
The next Arts Coordinators Convening will be on Friday, March 25th at 2:00 P.M. This series is presented in partnership with the Los Angeles County Office of Education, the Arts Ed Collective and the LA Department of Arts and Culture.

Registration is linked here

Mono County Office of Education

Please join Mono Arts Council, Mono County Office of Education, and Inyo County Office of Education for an inspiring, joyful day of fun and interactive arts integration and social emotional learning workshops, along with a special Art & Wine networking evening! 

The Create Eastern Sierra Summer Arts Institute provides arts training and tools that meet the California Arts Standards and address Social-Emotional Competencies for teachers to integrate into their classrooms. 

This is NOT your typical Professional Learning opportunity! Be prepared for a day to relax, unwind, dance, laugh and enjoy your own creativity!

Every participant will walk away feeling refreshed with ready-to-use lesson plans, a special spa-themed gift, and SWAG! 

This fun-filled event is FREE for all Mono and Inyo County Teachers. Don’t miss out. Sign up today, registration is linked here!

Riverside County Office of Education


We’re Not in Kansas Anymore”: How to Rebuild Your choral Program in the New “Oz”
There is little debate that our lives have changed significantly over the past two years (and counting). Choral Music education has encountered unique and specific challenges, particularly in rebuilding and recruitment after virtual singing for a year or more. This one-hour workshop provides some approaches as well as advantages (yes, advantages) that are available to music teachers to address current challenges. Recommended for all choral music instructors, grades K-12.

Register for this FREE online workshop scheduled for March 14, 2022 from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. here.  

View or download workshop flyer, linked here.

San Diego County Office of Education in partnership with the Imperial County Office of Education and the Orange County Department of Education

Instructional Materials Fair for Arts Education
A free, virtual event featuring state-approved instructional materials for visual and performing arts will be hosted by the San Diego County Office of Education in partnership with the Imperial County Office of Education and the Orange County Department of Education on March 9.

Get a firsthand look at the materials; learn more about the state adoption process for recommended, standards-aligned instructional materials; and explore districts’ options in choosing the programs for their schools. Use this link to register for the Instructional Materials Fair. Registered participants will receive the link to join live and access to the recorded sessions to view on-demand following the event.

San Francisco Unified School District

Arts & Creativity 2025: Arts Equity Plan
SFUSD in the final stages of getting Arts & Creativity 2025: SFUSD’s Arts Equity Plan sent to the Board of Education for final approval. The plan is translated and available in seven languages on SFUSD Board Docs. The Arts Equity Plan is the result of several years of planning and collaboration with the San Francisco Arts community, including educators, advocates, artists, non-profits, and funders to ensure we are clear on the need for more access and equity in arts education for all SFUSD students.

Santa Clara County Office of Education

Arts as Emancipatory Education
The conference is on Sunday March 13th (from 11-2:30pm). The headliner is the three-time Grammy nominated hip-hop group the Alphabet Rockers. They will be providing a workshop for teachers on how to use hip-hop in the classroom for social change. All attendees will be provided with a link to the Rockers’ anti-racism mini-course (We Got Work To Do) for use in their future classrooms.

The conference also provides poetry performances and workshops by former Santa Clara County’s Poet Laureate, Janice Sapiagao, and the county’s Youth Poet Laureate and Vice Poet Laureate – Anouk Yeh and Mahder Aklilu respectively. K-12 artwork addressing the conference theme from Santa Clara’s Young Arts Showcase will be on virtual display! Registration for this event is required. Space is limited, so register early. Please direct questions to Susan.Verducci@sjsu.edu 

Register for this FREE professional opportunity for local teachers and teacher preparation students. Registration is linked here and is required.  

View or download poster linked here.

Ventura County Office of Education

Virtual Art Gallery – The Ventura County Office of Education will be hosting the 2nd Annual Equity Conference on March 22, 2022. We would like to kick off our conference by showcasing student artwork! Students are invited to create a piece of art illustrating what diversity, equity, and inclusion means to them. Artwork can be submitted and uploaded, linked here.

Speaking of Art, please look at this wonderful new resource We love teachers, and that’s why the Santa Paula Art Museum has created tons of FREE online resources for teachers to use in their classrooms! Teachers can take advantage of ready-made virtual tours, arts-integrated lesson plans, art project video tutorials, and much more. Did we mention it’s all free?! Find it all on our website linked here. Please tag and share with any teachers you know!  The Santa Paula Art Museum’s ArtSPARK educational program is sponsored by The Allan Atmore Family, Bank of the Sierra, and The Paul and Anne Leavens Family Fund.


Stay Informed of What’s Happening with our State Arts Teacher Associations

California Music Educators Association (CMEA)

California Music Educators Association (CMEA) Produced Winter Issue
The CMEA Magazine is published quarterly (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer) by CMEA. Read the Winter issue linked here.

California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE)

CABE 2022 Online Conference: Stand Up! Get Up! For Biliteracy and Multilingual Rights! March 29 – April 2, 2022

CABE 2022 has moved from onsite to ONLINE! New After-School-Hours Schedule

Hundreds of Workshops and Institutes on Key Strategies for Biliteracy and EL Programs (Pre-K and TK, Elementary, Secondary, and University)

  • Implementing Multilingual Programs
  • English Language Development
  • English Language Proficiency Assessment for California
  • Biliteracy & Multiculturalism
  • Prop 58 in Action – Building Multilingual Program
  • Early Childhood Education
  • EL Roadmap and Global CA 2030
  • Administrators & School Board Leadership
  • Model Teachers Preparation Program
  • Social Emotional Education and Support

    To register and review the full list of Speakers, please visit CABE’s website – click here

    To view/download Registration Brochure – click here

The California Arts Project (TCAP)

2022 TCAP’s Artful Inquiry Intensive Virtual Programs – Registration Now Open!
Arts Educators are key to students’ success and the implementation of the 2019 California Arts Standards, CA’s Literacy and ELD Standards, the 2020 CA’s Arts Education Framework, and CA Transformative Social and Emotional Learning Competencies. TCAP’s Artful Inquiry offers arts educators an opportunity to examine current research related to a self-identified problem of practice. Working together with colleagues, in focused, collaborative, and equity-driven inquiry, the goal is to improve practice so that we may yield significant results in student learning. 

Artful Inquiry includes a lesson study component that supports the implementation of new, research-based strategies and breaks down the isolation of arts educators. There are no registration fees for this program.
TCAP Artful Inquiry Information and Registration Link

2022 TCAP Regional Based Networks
To register for any Regional Networks, visit TCAP Regional Arts Education Networks or contact reach.tcap@gmail.com for more information. More details linked here.

  • Los Angeles Basin California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network – Serving Los Angeles County on February 23, 2022 & May 18, 2022
  • RIMS California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network – Serving Riverside, Inyo, Mono, San Bernardino, and Kern Counties on February 23, 2022 & May 18, 2022
  • Southern Counties California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network – Serving Orange, San Diego, and Imperial Counties on February 23, 2022 & May 18, 2022
  • Bay Area and Central Valley California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network on February 24, 2022 & May 19, 2022
  • Northern California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network on February 24, 2022 & May 19, 2022

Arts Education Resources on TCAP’s Website
The TCAP website  has useful arts education information and resources for teachers, administrators, and arts education advocates. Newly added to the  Arts Education Resources website tab is a collection of resources related to safe school opening and arts education. Visit often, as the collections are updated and expanding. 

The California Arts Project www.tcap.net
California Subject Matter Project – https://csmp.online
Facebook – The California Arts Project

Follow TCAP

California Department of Education

The GRID Summit – March 2-4, 2022
Building on the 2020 GRID creativity festival, the event on March 2, 3, & 4, 2022 will provide ground-breaking opportunities to engage 7-12 graders over multiple days of discovery.

Students will experience a day of live-streamed student performances, engage in a series of creativity-exploring workshops, ranging from game design and illustration, to animation, music, and video/film production, hear from industry professionals about their journeys, visit with a mix of organizations in the Expo, and as importantly, share their own work as part of a Student Showcase that will cap the GRID festival.

Registration is linked here.

2022 AME Institute: Shock of the Now – April 4-6, 2022 (Virtual) and June 20-22, 2022 (Live in Burbank)

Registration is open for the 2022 AME Institute: Shock of the Now. We greatly appreciate your partnership, support, and efforts to promote this event within your network. We couldn’t pull this off without you!

Event details:

The 2022 AME Institute will be a virtual and live professional learning event designed to immerse AME teachers in the cutting edge of AME. Meet the individuals and technologies that are pushing the boundaries of media and storytelling for the creative industries.

AME Virtual Institute

  • April 4, 5, and 6 (3:30-6pm)
  • Future of StoryTelling Speaker Series, AME Sponsor Spotlights, and AME Program Development Sessions
  • Location: virtual platform

AME Live in Burbank Institute

  • June 20, 21, and 22
  • Kick-off day on Warner Bros Studio Lot, Networking Events, and AME-exclusive Externships and Workshops
  • Location: in and around Burbank

2022 Institute flyer, is linked here.
Registration is linked here.

Create CA

Arts Now Community
Join a statewide network of Arts Now Communities advocating for arts education in their districts! Become an Arts Now Leader!

The Arts Now Communities program is a statewide network of arts education advocates who participate in professional development and local arts education coalition building. Our goal is to increase public funding for, access to and participation in arts education, regardless of zip code, race, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status.

Create CA offers grant funds, resources, tools, leadership training and individualized help for Arts Now Leaders working in their community. Join us in the fight to increase funding for arts education in K-12 public schools and work to eliminate the inequities in access to the arts. 

Learn More and Apply Here!

Arts Education and Social Emotional Learning
Join us and Create CA in fighting for equitable and relevant arts education for the students who don’t have access, or don’t see themselves in the curriculum. All students deserve the social-emotional benefits of a full and relevant arts education. 

Download the social media toolkit (https://bit.ly/CreateCAFebToolkit) and follow along through our social media channels as well as Create CA’s! Join the conversation and talk about the issue in your community using the hashtags #CreativityIsNotOptional and #ArtsEdRebuilds. Check out CreateCA.org today to find resources for advocating for a full and relevant arts education!

Help spark a movement for Arts Education!

California State Summer School for the Arts

Join CSSSA This Summer! For teens who love to create, The California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA) welcomes 500+ high school students each summer to celebrate and explore the arts. CSSSA is a California State program that makes the arts affordable and accessible during this month-long, immersive experience. Generous funding is available, and all are encouraged to apply for scholarships. CSSSA offers 7 areas of study, including Animation, Dance, Film, Music, Theater, Visual Arts, and Writing. It is a pre-professional program where students earn up to 3 college credits and become part of a community of artists that they take with them for life.


Arts Education Partnership Annual Convening – In Person in September 2022

2022 AEP Annual Convening
September 13-15, 2022 in Baltimore

Make plans to attend the AEP National Convening in September. Look for more information to come. More information is linked here.

National Art Education Association National Convention to be Held in NYC

2022 NAEA National Convention
March 3-5, 2022 in New York City

Join us for the largest gathering of visual arts, design, and media arts educators in the world and choose from hundreds of options for professional learning, creativity, inspiration, and connection. NAEA22 also marks the 75th Anniversary of the National Art Education Association – let’s celebrate!

Registration open – click here.

NAfME – Virtual Learning Resources for Music Educators

2022 election results
Click here to read more about the recent NAfME membership elections. Congratulations to Michael Stone, Michael D. Stone who serves as the Visual and Performing Arts Coordinator for the Bakersfield City School District.

NAfME – Virtual Learning Resources for Music Educators
During this time of unprecedented need for virtual/online instructional materials, the first consideration for us must be student safety. As educators, we are dedicated in providing safe learning environments for students in our physical classrooms every day. We must be equally dedicated to providing safe virtual/online environments as well. To that end, NAfME recommends:

  • Children under the age to 13 have verifiable parental consent before accessing any online resources
  • Students and/or families do not provide any identifying information to gain access to the resources – free or paid

NAfME cares about our students so we advocate for equitable access to instruction. As we curate materials to help members implement online learning, we recognize that effective online instruction in any subject requires:

  • Universal access to learning devices and internet services
  • Professional learning opportunities and time for educators to design online learning environments, tasks, and assessments
  • Opportunities for students to learn how to succeed with online instruction
  • An appropriate learning management system

Register now for free Professional Learning Community webinars.

Resources, Information and/or register for free Professional Learning Community webinars.


UPDATE – Please note that events listed below are currently open for registration and that event organizers continue to monitor current federal and state health guidelines.


March 1, 2022
California Arts Education Framework Virtual Launch
Sponsored by CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative, CISC Arts Subcommittee, The California Arts Project,
and the California Department of Education
FREE registration and view/download event flyer is linked here.

March 8, 2022
Teaching Visual Arts in Connection with History/Social Studies Webinar (Creativity at the Core Module 24)
Presented by Butte and Stanislaus County Offices of Education
Registration to this FREE Webinar is linked here

March 9, 2022
Instructional Materials Fair for Arts Education
Hosted by the San Diego County Office of Education in partnership with
the Imperial County Office of Education and the Orange County Department of Education
Registration to this FREE event is linked here

March 12, 2022
Creative Education Symposium: Connecting the Arts to Social-Emotional Learning
Presented by the Humboldt County Office of Education
Registration is linked here.

March 13, 2022
Arts as Emancipatory Education
Sponsored by the College of Humanities and Arts Artistic Excellence Programming Grants,
the Philosophy of Education Society, and Santa Clara County Office of Education
Registration is linked here.

March 14, 2022
“We’re Not in Kansas Anymore”: How to Rebuild Your Choral Program in the New “Oz”
Presented by the Riverside County Office of Education
Registration is linked here (FREE).  March 30 – April 2, 2022 (Virtual)

March 22, 2022
2nd Annual Equity Conference Virtual Art Gallery
Presented by the Ventura County Office of Education
Artwork can be submitted and uploaded, linked here.

March 30-April 2, 2022
CABE 2022 Online Conference
Presented by the California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE)
Registration is linked here.


April 4-6, 2022 (Virtual)
2022 AME Institute: Shock of the Now
Registration is linked here.

April 29-30, 2022
Create Eastern Sierra Spring Arts Institute
Presented by the Mono County Office of Education and Mono Arts Council
Registration for teachers in Inyo and Mono Counties is linked here.


June 20-22, 2022 (Live in Burbank)
2022 AME Institute: Shock of the Now
Register is linked here.

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