June 2022 – CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative Newsletter

California County Superintendents Educational Services Association

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

June is National Pride Month

Statement from Los Angeles County Superintendent of Schools and CCSESA President, Dr. Debra Duardo, on the May Revision to the Governor’s Budget 

SACRAMENTO, CA. (May 13th, 2022) – On behalf of the 58 county superintendents across the state, we are so grateful that the Administration continues to make historic investments in public education in the May Revise Budget. This proposal helps our school communities address the challenges the pandemic has created for our students, staff and families, as well as systemic inequities that existed before the pandemic. Read full statement linked here.

Make Plans to Attend Professional Learning Series in the Fall

Join Create CA and CCSESA Arts Initiative for a training series based on the newly released 4th Edition of the Expanding Access to the Arts in Schools and Community: A Strategic Planning Guide. Arts education consultants and co-authors of the guide.

Kimberleigh Aarn and Peggy Burt, will lead this 3-part learning series that will provide school leaders, arts coordinators, community arts partners and emerging strategic planners with effective methods to build consensus and unlock transformative change. The series will highlight trends in the arts education field, virtual methods to inspire teams, and practices that build leadership capacity. 

Registration is linked here (Participation Fee $75)
View/download an event flyer linked here.

California Arts Education Framework Resources

More resources have been added to the California Arts Education Framework web site which include additional infographics. If you haven’t viewed the video from the March 1, 2022, virtual launch of the California Arts Education Framework, we encourage you to access the links on the resource page. You will find a recording of the entire Arts Education Framework virtual launch and three separate video excerpts focused on key content covered during the virtual launch. Click here to explore.

For reference, the hub web site for the CA Arts Education Framework Resources for Implementation is linked here.

Look for more resources and professional learning opportunities in the upcoming months! We hope you will continue to envision new learning possibilities for our students as you learn more about the CA Arts Education Framework.

Creativity and Leadership Resources

The CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative is building a library of resources on creativity and leadership for county offices of education. The library currently hosts ten “Creativity Research Briefs” which are one-pagers, each highlighting a key concept from the body of research on creativity. The “Research Briefs” focus on topics such as “Motivation and Creativity,” ” A Bias Towards Action,” and “Everyone Can Be Creative,” among others. Each Research Brief includes a brief description, reflection prompts, and suggestions for further reading. You can access the research briefs here:

 Download a copy of the Creative and Leadership Resource flyer linked here.

Additionally, five “Creative Leadership Briefs” were developed for use by county offices of education focusing on leading creatively. These include topics such as “Fail First,” “Brainstorming,” and “Building Dynamic, Creative Teams,” among others. Stay tuned as we continue to build out a library of bite-sized resources for use by the field in presentations, documents, and professional learning opportunities. Special thanks to Dr. Gary Waddell who has been spearheading this effort. You can access the Creative Leadership Briefs here:

Arts Education Summer Professional Learning Opportunities

The Introduction to California Arts Standards Professional Learning has been designed for arts educators, multiple subject teachers, school/district admin, & teaching artists to build initial understanding of the 2019 California Arts Standards for Public Schools & explore strategies for implementation. This Professional Learning is offered as part of the collective work of the CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative. This 2-hour virtual professional learning session is being offered free of charge.

  • Intro to the California Arts Ed Framework – Designed for arts educators, multiple subject teachers, school and district administrators, and teaching artists to build their initial understanding of the California Arts Education Framework and explore strategies for implementation.
  • Discipline-Specific CA Arts Ed Framework – Designed for arts educators, multiple subject teachers, school and district administrators, and teaching artists to deepen their understanding of the California Arts Education Framework and explore strategies for implementation within specific disciplines of Visual Arts, Music, Dance, Theatre, and/or Media Arts. 
  • Universal Design for Learning (UDL) & the Arts – Designed for arts educators, multiple subject teachers, school and district administrators, and teaching artists to increase their understanding of the connections between the California Arts Standards for Public Schools and UDL in addition to strategies for implementation. 
  • Intro to the California Arts Standards – Designed for arts educators, multiple subject teachers, school and district administrators, and teaching artists to build their initial understanding of the California Arts Standards for Public Schools and explore strategies for implementation.

Registration is linked here.

These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.

Each 2-hour virtual professional learning session is being offered this summer FREE of charge.

CCSESA’s Creativity at the Core Online Modules (1-25)

To access the suite of resources developed by county office of education leaders and partners, click here.

To view/download a brochure of CCSESA’s 25 Creativity at the Core online modules developed for educators, click here.

Arts Leadership Meetings 2022-23 Calendar

For County Office Leaders and State Partners

Below are the dates for the Arts Leadership meeting dates for 2022-23. These align with the planned 2022-23 Curriculum and Instruction (CISC) membership meetings dates that are also scheduled the same week. Please mark your calendars. Note that we will begin the year with virtual meetings and make determinations about the format as we monitor conditions in the coming year. We will follow with times, zoom links, and calendar invites once we have solidified plans for 2022-23.

  • Wednesday, September 21, 2022
  • Wednesday, November 16, 2022
  • Wednesday, January 25, 2023
  • Wednesday, March 15, 2023
  • Wednesday, May 24, 2023

CCSESA Regional and County Arts Leads

To view and/or download a contact list of Regional and County Arts Leads (updated 6/28/22) 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 https://bit.ly/CaArtsEdChat2022

 

COUNTY PROGRAMS


Humboldt County Office of Education

 

ArtSEL Launch

ArtSEL is Department of Education Arts in Education Grant that is serving seven rural/frontier schools in Humboldt County. The grant funds professional development for the entire school community and the first training was May 14, 2022. Bill Funkhouser, ArtSEL Coordinator, used “Designing for Belonging” by Susie Wise as the foundation for the day. Activities included using participants’ choice of music, choice of how to enter, and choice of how to participate.

A highlight of the day was the Color Field Interview Portrait. In this project, participants learn about color field paintings which came from the Abstract Expression movement. While this project is called a “Portrait”, the artists are representing who the person is, not what they look like. They interview someone to learn more about that person by choosing two connection questions of 15 provided. They use color and shape to symbolize that person and what impressions they had of the person. Finally, they write to them on the back of the artwork before giving the artwork to the person.  ​

This project takes about 2 hours, depending on the age of the students and studio time. For detailed lesson plans and video clips, check out the video linked here.

California-Taiwan Cultural Exchange (2022-23)

Take your students global! This is an amazing opportunity for teachers to be matched with a classroom teacher in Taiwan.  Beginning in August HCOE and Cheng Chang National University in Taiwan will be kicking off a series we call “California-Taiwan Classroom Connect.”  This series will match teachers from either side of the Pacific, provide lessons, coaching, and exchange ideas.  There will also be an academic unit available through Cal Poly Humboldt.  Over the past number of years we have been building sister school relationships in Humboldt County and we would like to extend this opportunity to the rest of California’s rural schools.

Our pilot school, Union Street Charter in Arcata, CA has been exchanging student art for several years. The lessons are provided.

There is no cost for teachers to attend and the series will be facilitated by two amazing teachers (one from Humboldt County and one from Chiao HSIN Elementary School in Taiwan). The neat thing about this opportunity is that most of the work of creating a classroom exchange will have been done for your teachers.  For example, they will be matched with a like teacher in Taiwan and get to meet their partner at the first workshop in August.

Registration is linked here and additional details linked here.

Event flyer is linked hereProject Kickoff – Tuesday, August 16, 2022 from 4:30-6:00 pm via Zoom

If you want an easy and exciting way to connect your students to the wider world, this is a great opportunity to do so.

Riverside County Office of Education

Two Arts Teachers Among Final Four Named Riverside County Teachers of the Year

Music teacher in the Alvord USD is the first of four 2023 Riverside county Teachers of the Year – Read full article linked here. Congratulations Beth Schwandt!

Dance teacher of Murrieta Valley USD was named the fourth 2023 Riverside County Teacher of the Year – Read full article linked here. Congratulations Heather Hanlon!

Beth and Heather will join Dual Language Immersion History Teacher Anthony Gomez and Autumn Khong Lundblad of Beaumont USD as the four teachers of the year representing Riverside county in the 2023 California Teacher of the Year competition where at east one Riverside county teacher has been selected as a California Teacher of the Year in eight of the last nine years.


San Benito, Monterey, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz County Offices of Education

Hello Creative Artists, Teachers, Administrators! – We wanted to reach out and let you know about our annual Summer Arts Integration Institute. It is happening this weekend, June 20-23 from 10:30-3:00 p.m. Note: Our plan is to offer a hybrid model with the in-person option being offered at Harbor High School in Santa Cruz.
We will be monitoring the health situation closely and will make adjustments to a purely virtual format if necessary.

This is our 12th year and the Institute has now expanded to include all of Region V: Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Clara counties.

You will be eligible to earn between 3-8 CEUs depending on your level of participation. Those who participate in the year-round Arts Integration Community of Practice can earn 8 CEUs. Please contact Audrey Sirota at asirota@santacruzcoe.org for any additional questions about the event. 

View/download event flyer here.


San Diego County Office of Education

San Diego Arts Empower Mega Conference Returns

The Arts Empower San Diego Mega Conference has been reimagined to increase accessibility in our ever-changing professional learning environment. The 2022 Arts Empower Mega Conference on Sept. 14 and 15 will offer both virtual and in-person pathways with multiple locations across the county to provide maximum access to those interested in attending and learning. The annual event is designed for educators, artists, and leaders to connect and engage in meaningful learning together.

The event kicks off Sept. 14 with a virtual welcome, inspiring keynote presentation, and one arts discipline-specific session.

Sept. 15 will begin virtually in the morning with the opportunity to meet and learn in person at one of several regional hubs across the county in the afternoon and evening. We’ll have sessions that inspire effective, relevant, and engaging student learning practices. Be the first to know when event registration opens by signing up.

This is also your opportunity to share stories of equity, personal experiences, and practices in arts education by presenting at the Mega Conference. This year’s conference theme is Common Unity: Working Toward Equity Together. Presentation proposals are accepted now through June 30. Submit a proposal to present!

Together, we’ll kick off the 2022-23 school year with joy and intention, renewed and ready to positively impact the lives of our students with the power of the arts.


Tulare County Office of Education

Highway 99 Arts!

Along the Highway 99 corridor, amid the vast farmlands of Central California, the arts are not only alive, but they are thriving! Filled with local arts, culture, and beauty, the stories of the region are as rich as the soil. Yet, media reports and press about this region of the state often focus on the deficits facing the area, perpetuating negative stereotypes about “the valley.” 57 of California’s 58 counties are rural, which includes the 6 counties (Fresno, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced and Tulare) of Region 7. These six county offices of education serve more rural students than any other region of the state. However, time and again, the region is skipped over by foundations and large corporations for grants and other capital investments. Grassroots efforts in the region are fruitful, but increased and sustainable funding and partnerships could make an even larger impact in area schools and districts.

Seeing the challenges as an opportunity, the Region 7 CISC Arts subcommittee aims to turn the negative narrative around by highlighting the assets of this culturally diverse part of the state through a new public will campaign. Dubbing their new project the Highway 99 Arts Initiative, the group worked with local production team, Fenceline Media, to create seven short films highlighting the assets, partnerships, and youth voices that make the central portion of California unique. The region 7 team hopes that these short films will inspire funders, foundations, and businesses to consider investing their time and resources into ensuring that the arts continue to thrive along Highway 99.

Film Series:

STATE HIGHLIGHTS

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

CCEE’s Resources to Support Student Mental Health

The mass shooting of Robb Elementary School has left us all with a mix of emotions, including disbelief, helplessness, and anger. We need to help students process these emotions however talking to children about traumatic events can be difficult for both educators and parents. We have included a list of resources focused on mental health that can be helpful during this difficult time, with some additional resources for helping educators deal with traumatic events

Resources for Dealing with Traumatic Events in Schools
This comprehensive collection offers recourses to assist children and their families in dealing with traumatic events in school. The collection particularly offers resources on addressing school shootings and violence against children. The resources also contain information on guiding parents and caregivers dealing with children affected by crises in the school setting.

The Child Trauma Toolkit for Educators
Exposure to trauma can have a psychological and behavioral impact on students, families, and educators. The Child Trauma Toolkit for Educators provides educators, parents, and caregivers with specific strategies to support traumatized children in the classroom and at home. The toolkit also includes student examples and tips for preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school teachers. Recognizing that educators are also vulnerable to the effects of trauma, the toolkit includes ideas for self-care so that educators can minimize the impact of compassion fatigue (also known as secondary traumatic stress).

Talk about Mental Health

This website has resources and tips on what educators can do in classrooms and schools to support mental health for all students, including warning signs of mental health problems in students and provides suggestions and supports that can assist educators with helping their students and families.

California Educational Theatre Association

Registration is now open for the upcoming Theatre Education Conference on September 28-October 2, 2022 to be held in Los Angeles.

The Educational Theatre Association’s Theatre Education Conference is the ultimate professional development event for theatre educators. Attendees enjoy stimulating workshops and training opportunities, inspiring entertainment, optional intensives, and networking with fellow teachers who experience the same classroom joys and challenges.

EdTA Theatre Education Conference is open all theatre educators, teachers, colleges, industry leaders, and artists. It’s the best way for educators to keep up with trends in the field and bring new ideas back to the classroom. For industry professionals, Conference is the perfect way to connect with the school theatre market. 

Registration is linked here.

The California Arts Project (TCAP)

TCAP’s Summer of Professional Learning – Contextualized

This summer throughout California teams of TCAP Teacher Leaders and Regional Directors are engaged with districts and schools in customized professional learning to support teaching and learning in the arts. Programs are taking place in face-to-face, hybrid, and virtual formats.  These customized TCAP programs support districts and schools as they implement the  Arts Education Framework and Arts Standards. These summer programs include district teams collaborating to examine their current arts education programs, which leads to developing or revising districtwide arts education scope and sequences that address equitable standards- based learning for all students. In other districts new arts programs and courses are being created to expand student access to and learning in the arts.  These courses are developed or revised in alignment to the goals of the Framework and the Standards. Teachers are also spending their summer reconnecting with the creativity and passion of arts learning, while expanding their capacities and honing new artistic and teaching skills. California students will benefit from these and other summer efforts when they return this fall! 

Summer Open TCAP Professional Learning Program Highlights

TCAP’s 14th Courageous Creativity Conference – July 6 – 8, 2022 – Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa      

We are back in person! New month – New Disneyland Resort Location – Other Changes

Join us in this leadership conference to:

  • dig deeper into the new CA Arts Education Framework and Standards,
  • engage in critical conversations for arts education,
  • network with educators from across the state, and
  • experience arts & entertainment in action.

For more information and/or to register, click here.

Inquiry: Why Now? Educational Leaders Workshop Summer Schedule

The California Arts Project (along with our partners in the California Subject Matter Project and 21st Century California School Leadership Academy ) are hosting “Inquiry: Why Now?” Educational leaders are invited to join this 2-day workshop series to explore how inquiry-based instruction fosters equity.  This FREE workshop will address the following questions:

  • What does inquiry-based learning look like?
  • How do I support inquiry-based learning?
  • How can I leverage inquiry-based learning to improve access, opportunity and inclusion for student populations who have historically been marginalized and underserved?

This workshop is designed for leaders in education and is tailored to support student needs in your region. Find out more and register today.

See you in the fall!

TCAP’s Regional Arts Education Network Communities, Webinar Series, and Administrator Series  are taking a summer break.  These programs and new series will reconvene in the fall. Schedules will be posted in August on TCAP’s website.

TCAP is Looking Forward to Year 2 of the collaboration between The California Arts Project, CCSESA Statewide Arts, CCSESA’s Curriculum and Instructional Steering Committee, and the California Department of Education Initiative to support the California Arts Education Framework. In Year 1 the collaboration created and implemented a virtual Framework launch, Infographics and Handouts, a Framework slide deck, and a California Arts Education Framework Resources for Implementation hub. In Year 2, additional implementation support and resources will be provided.

TCAP Customized Professional Learning Programs

Contact TCAP at reach.tcap@gmail.com to arrange or learn more about TCAP’s customized and context specific arts education professional learning programs for schools or districts. 

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 has a growing collection of resources including California Arts Education’s Framework and Standards, California’s Transformative Social and Emotional Learning (T-SEL), and 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
Instagramwww.instagram.com/Tcapcalifornia
Twitterwww.twitter.com/tcapcalifornia 

California Arts Council

California’s Mia Ronn Named 2022 Poetry Out Loud National Champion

Mia Ronn of Los Angeles County has become the first ever California state champion to take home the national title for Poetry Out Loud!!!! Congratulations, Mia!!!!

Ronn received a $20,000 prize as first ever California state champion to win national title. Read full announcement linked here.

California Arts Council’s Creative Youth Development and Arts Education Grants

Apply now for creative youth development and arts education grant programs.
Register now for final week of office hours for technical assistance.

Deadlines are fast approaching for Cycle B of the California Arts Council grant season – including our four funding opportunities for creative youth development and arts education! Click the links below for individual program details:

Applications for these programs are due by Thursday, June 23. Additional information about Grant Programs & Applications is linked here.

Arts Education Office Hours

Virtual office sessions are available to provide technical assistance for the Artists in Schools, Arts Education Exposure, Arts Integration Training, and Creative Youth Development grant programs. Arts Program Specialists Amy Garrett and Natalie Peeples will discuss your organization-specific grant application questions, with participants admitted via a Zoom waiting room. Hours are offered Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12-1pm through June 16. Registration is linked here.

California Department of Education

State Superintendent Tony Thurmond to Join California Governor and World Leaders at Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond will join President Joe Biden, California Governor Gavin Newsom, and other world leaders this week in Los Angeles, as the United States hosts the Ninth Summit of the Americas. The Summit brings together leaders from the countries of North, South, and Central America and the Caribbean to address shared challenges such as climate change, education, and economic resiliency.

Read CDE full news release linked here.

Create CA

#ArtsEdRebuilds #CreativityIsNotOptional

Create CA needs your help to alert your school leaders that arts education is a proven strategy for meeting their school district’s Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) goals, caring for their students’ mental well-being, and improving attendance.. Download the social media toolkit by clicking here (https://bit.ly/CreateCAJuneToolkit) 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!

June Create CA Social Media Toolkit

Arts Now! Meet Ups

Join fellow Arts Education Advocates to connect, problem-solve, share successes, brainstorm strategies and hear updates from districts around the state. Join whenever you can, stay as long as you can. This space is for you!

Next date: July 13th at Noon

View/Download event calendar with registration links here.

NATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

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 – SAVE THE DATE!

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

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.

JUNE EVENTS

June 20-23, 2022
Summer Arts Integration Institute
10:30 AM – 3:30 PM
In partnership: Santa Cruz COE, Arts Council Santa Cruz County, Santa Clara COE, SV Creates, San Benito COE, Arts Council San Benito, Monterey COE, and Arts Council Monterey
Register is linked here.

June 30, 2022
UDL & the Arts
10 AM – 12 PM
These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

JULY EVENTS

July 6-8, 2022
TCAP’s 14th Courageous Creativity Conference
Presented by The California Arts Project (TCAP).
Register is linked here.

July 13, 2022
Arts Now! Meet Ups
12 PM
Presented by Create CA.
Register is linked here.

July 19, 2022
Intro to CA Arts Ed FRAMEWORK
3 PM -5 PM
These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

July 26, 2022
Intro to CA Arts Ed FRAMEWORK
10 AM – 12 PM
These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

AUGUST EVENTS

August 4, 2022
Intro to CA Arts Ed FRAMEWORK
3 PM – 5 PM
These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

August 9, 2022
Arts Ed Framework DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC
3 PM – 5 PM
These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

August 11, 2022
Arts Now! Meet Ups
3:30 PM
Presented by Create CA
Register is linked here.

August 15, 2022
Intro to CA Arts Ed FRAMEWORK
3 PM – 5 PM
These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

August 16, 2022
California-Taiwan Cultural Exchange – Kickoff
4:30 PM – 6 PM
Presented by Cheng Chang National University in Taiwan.
Register is linked here.

August 23, 2022
Intro to CA Arts STANDARDS
3 PM – 5 PM
These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

August 24, 2022
Arts Ed Framework DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC
3 PM-5 PM
These Arts Education professional learning sessions are being offered by the Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Los Angeles, Mendocino, Orange, San Diego, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education as part of the collective work of CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

SEPTEMBER EVENTS

September 13, 2022
Arts Now! Meet Ups
12 PM
Presented by Create CA.
Register is linked here.

September 13-15, 2022
2022 AEP National Convening
Presented by Arts Education Partnership (AEP).
SAVE THE DATE

September 15, 2022
San Diego Arts Empower Mega Conference
Presented by the San Diego County Office of Education.
Be the first to know when event registration opens up by signing up here.

September 28 – October 2, 2022
Theatre Education Conference – in Los Angeles
Presented in collaboration with the California Educational Theatre Association.
Registration is linked here.

OCTOBER EVENTS

October 14, 21, and 28, 2022
Expanding Access to the Arts in Schools and Community: Strategic Planning Professional Learning Series
10 AM – 12 PM
Presented in partnership by Create CA and CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative.
Register is linked here.

October 19, 2022
Arts Now! Meet Ups
3:30 PM
Presented by Create CA.
Register is linked here.

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