November 2020 Arts Initiative Newsletter

California County Superintendents Educational Services Association


Inside this Issue

  • CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative News
  • County Programs
  • State Highlights
  • National Highights
  • Upcoming Events and Convenings


CCSESA Rural Arts Network (CRAN)

On October 27, 2020, the CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative held the 2nd meeting of the CCSESA Rural Arts Network (CRAN). Building on the success of the 2019-20 Rural County Arts Cohort, we have been working to expand access by creating the CCSESA Rural Arts Network. Join us to learn, share your voice, and expand the field’s understanding of the specific strengths and challenges of our rural areas as we continue to work to offer equitable, accessible arts education for students across the state. If you haven’t yet joined the network, we invite you to attend our next meeting on December 8, 2020 from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. Let’s learn together through a network of support! 

Click HERE to read the initial announcement regarding the CCSESA Rural Arts Network.

Meeting Dates: DEC 8, 2020
Jan 26, 2021 * Feb 23, 2021 * Mar 23, 2021 * Apr 27, 2021

Art of Everything Leadership Series

SAVE THE DATE – On January 15, 2021, CCSESA Arts Initiative will partner with CREATE CA in sponsoring a five part leadership series focused on the book written by Dr. Gary Waddell entitled The Art of Everything. Join us on the 3rd Friday at 9:30 a.m. January through June to participate in this interactive series focused on key elements of leadership. We encourage you to invite leaders to join us in this important opportunity. Course credit will be available through CSU San Marcos.

Registration page opening soon!  

Rural Arts Education Webinar: Finding Your Own Yellow Brick Road in Challenging Times

Mark your calendars for February 5, 2021 for a webinar.

Gain greater understanding of the rural context by engaging with national expert, Dr. Lisa Donovan. Lisa Donovan, Ph.D. is a professor in the Fine and Performing Arts Department at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

Learn a mapping process based on a metaphorical frame of Emerald City to uncover key components to consider when expanding arts education in rural communities. Engage in interactive processes and network with other leaders from across the state. Walk away with your own custom map that begins to shape strategies.

Registration page opening soon!  

California Superintendents Join Public Media Stations across California to Launch California Public Media Education Service

California educators are facing new and unprecedented challenges this school year, and public media stations across the state have teamed up to provide free, high-quality educational services to all regions. California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA), together with KQED, PBS SoCal and eight other public media stations have joined together to create the California Public Media Education Service. Now, regardless of what geographical region they’re in, educators can take advantage of free digital resources and online events offered by public media from across the state, all collected in one, easy to navigate place. For more information, CLICK HERE

Rural Arts Education Strategies on October 22, 2020 featured Key Rural Leaders

On October 22, 2020, the California Alliance for Arts Education and CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative partnered to sponsor the Rural Arts Education Strategies webinar featuring rural leaders from across the state. Some of the presenters were: Tim Taylor (CA Small School Districts Association); Kate Stover (Tulare); Queana Givens-Jarvis (Imperial); Dione Fletcher (Humboldt); and Brian Buckley (Nevada).

You can access a recording of the webinar here and the slide deck here. Below is the graphic representation of the webinar created by Tracy Nguyen‘s graphic facilitator.

CCSESA Partnered with the California State PTA, CREATE CA, and CDE

Arts Education in the New Normal: Essential Resources for Right Now

On October 29 at 4:30 pm state partners shared about the newest resources and essential information about Arts Education in the new landscape of Distance Learning. Participants were able to access the newly revised Parent’s Guide to Arts Education in California Public Schools.

Featured speakers included:   
Erin Jenks, California State PTA;
Sarah Anderberg, CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative;
Letty Kraus, California Department of Education;
Aaron Bryan, Fresno County Superintendent of Schools; and
Pat Wayne, Create CA

CCSESA Creativity at the Core Modules

CCSESA is pleased to announce the launch of Creativity at the Core Module 22: California Arts Standards for Public Schools: Resources for Learning & Implementation developed by San Diego County Office of Education and Santa Clara County Office of Education. This Module will provide educators with an overall understanding of the California Arts Standards structure and purpose as well as the opportunity to do a deep study into one or more arts disciplines. Hats off to Pauline Crooks (San Diego), Sofia Fojas (Santa Clara) and Jeannine Flores (formerly from Santa Clara and now at LACOE).

Counties on the Move Spotlight on Regions 5 and 6: Explore Arts Programs in South Bay and Central California County Offices of Education

The CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative believes that the arts are an integral part of a comprehensive curriculum and are essential for learning in the 21st century. All California students – from every culture, geographic region and socio-economic level – deserve quality arts learning in dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts as part of the core curriculum. In this issue, we would like to highlight the excellent work being done on behalf of students primarily in northern California.

CLICK HERE to view/download the entire Counties on the Move: Arts Education for All Students publication.

Learn about arts programs in REGION 5:
Monterey, San Benito, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz counties here.

Meet the Region 5 Arts Leads, who work to strengthen arts learning for all students. Caryn Lewis, Monterey; Christian Woods, San Benito; Sofia Fojas, Santa Clara; and Audrey Sirota, Santa Cruz.

Regional Arts Lead – Sofia Fojas, Santa Clara

Learn about arts programs in REGION 6:
Amador, Calaveras, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne counties here.

Meet the Region 6 Arts Leads, who work to strengthen arts learning for all students. Sean Snider, Amador; Karen Vail, Calaveras; Carly Sexton, San Joaquin; Amy Bultena, Stanislaus; and Diana Harford, Tuolumne.

Regional Arts Lead – Amy Bultena, Stanislaus

To view and/or download a complete list of Regional and County Arts Leads – 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

County Programs

Alameda County Office of Education – Arts Learning Communiqué

Due to the overwhelming requests from arts education folks from outside Alameda County, we have added a second community of practice.

With the same intent and areas of focus (for district/site leaders and educators in one of ACOE’s 18 districts), this group is for anyone who doesn’t work in an ACOE district to attend and connect with others around arts learning.

Butte County Office of Education – Facilitates VAPA Teacher Discussion Forums

In order to access the impact of remote learning on VAPA teachers in Butte County, a Discussion Forum was held on September 29. We invited single subject teachers from all disciplines (visual, performing, and media arts) from K-12 grade levels. Eighteen teachers attended. All grade levels were represented.  School districts represented were from Chico, Paradise, Gridley, and Oroville. We utilized the FunRetro tool to record breakout sessions that asked teachers the following:

How has distance learning impacted the way you teach?
Describe 2-3 tools you are using to support teaching in a distance learning world.
How has your administration supported the continuation of art classes at your school?

We were somewhat surprised to find out that teachers, universally, had a positive attitude of the teaching experience so far this term. They enjoyed learning new technologies and tools for use in the remote classroom. Teacher feedback at the end of the session indicated that they appreciated the opportunity to meet new teachers and they would like to attend a forum in January to re-cap the first semester and to compare notes on what is in store for the second semester. Because most of these teachers were visual arts teachers, a few were drama and one was music, we intend to offer our second forum on December 9 to target music teachers.

Fresno County Office of Education – Administrator of the Year Award Finalist

Aaron Bryan, FCSS VAPA Director, has been selected as one of three finalists in Fresno County for the Fresno County Administrator of the Year award. The “Fresno County Educator of the Year” awards ceremony will take place on November 22, 6:30 PM, live on ABC 30. Along with Administrator of the Year, the Fresno County Classified Employee and Teacher of the Year will be named. In 2014, Aaron was a finalist for the Fresno County Teacher of the Year and was awarded the Barnett Award for Educational Excellence and Community Service.

Humboldt County Office of Education – Arts Programs

Humboldt is reimagining their arts programs. Schools to Theatre is now Theatre to Schools, “Zoom Around the World”. HCOE is paying the playhouse directly instead of reimbursing schools for ticket and bus costs. You can watch live on Friday’s at 11:00 a.m. or you can find recorded works HERE.

Additionally, HCOE is working with North Coast CMEA to hold their 65th All County Music Festival virtually. HCOE is planning the online Regional Arts Forum, “Creative Education Symposium – Strengthening SEL with Arts” for April 3, 2021. The region Arts & Creativity Initiative (ACI) is continuing to support 93 teachers across the 4 counties with weekly activities and bi-monthly professional development. A pandemic photo contest for all Humboldt students TK-16 ran the month of October. All of their presentations and materials are at

Los Angeles County Office of Education – Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms

CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative and Los Angeles County Office of Education’s Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL) are excited to collaborate to bring high quality arts integration professional learning to support Media Arts in Los Angeles County and across the state. The Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms Creativity at the Core Module will provide foundational skills and instruction in various Media Arts contents. TEAL, Technology Enhanced Arts Learning, will be the platform for online professional learning. TEAL provides a blended model of online and virtual professional development and is powered by CDOL. Outstanding industry partners will provide foundational skills and instruction along with TEAL experts. 

Since the adoption of the California Arts Standards for Public Schools and the California Arts Framework for Public Schools, there is a need for a practical introduction to Media Arts at the elementary level. Students are learning from home on devices and are consuming, creating, and sharing media online. Educators are eager to develop media skills to support student content that is both current and standards-aligned. Media Arts is a natural fit to the modern elementary classroom where students can express their voice and ideas in creative ways. 

EVENT FLYERExplore this animated and interactive flyer

Sacramento County Office of Education – Fall 2020 Arts Distance Learning Catalog

Our Fall catalog of virtual offerings to enhance home instruction, distance learning and art education enrichment continues to support art education being a part of art learning during this unprecedented time. Our Sacramento Art Organizations continue to provide exciting and connecting programs that engage students in creative and quality distance learning. Please take some time to review all offerings and assess how the offerings can assist your ongoing art education in your class, your school, in your afterschool programs and in your art organization educational program. Share the catalog with parents and community members to assist them with their
involvement in art education. The catalog will be provided to the community in the fall and spring with new virtual offerings as well as continuing virtual offerings that will be available in the spring and summer.

“Sacramento County Office of Education distributes the bi-annual Distance Learning Arts Catalog!  Over 4000 recipients in Sacramento schools and districts received the catalog with offerings from the Sacramento area Art Organizations.”

San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools – Arts Education Network Meetings

Arts Education Network (AEN) Meetings Focused on Current Arts Education Topics, Advocacy, County, Regional, State and National Arts Education Initiatives

San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Office, RIMS California Arts Project and Arts Connection: San Bernardino County Arts Council will be starting our 2020 – 2021 network arts education meetings for K – 12 teachers and administrators for this school year. Look for information coming soon to support Dance, Media Arts, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts teaching and learning from a distance.

The role of this network is to facilitate a healthy environment for arts educators to engage as a community, sharing best practices, sharing student work, announcements of school and district arts events, tips, feedback and general discussions about arts education.

San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Office, RIMS California Arts Project and Arts Connection, San Bernardino County Arts Council hold quarterly network arts education meetings for K – 12, University educators and administrators.  For more information on upcoming network meetings, contact Armalyn De La O, or  for more information.

San Diego County Office of Education – Arts Empower San Diego Mega Rally

This year, COVID-19 sent the annual Arts Empower Mega Rally in Balboa Park online to be reimagined in a virtual format. The one-hour event featured inspirational videos and messages by arts educators for San Diego arts educators. Our keynote speakers included Emilie Amrien from the University of San Diego and Brandon Steppe from David’s Harp Foundation. We heard from representatives of our arts education organizations – the California Art Education Association, the California Dance Education Association, the California Music Educators Association Southern Border Section, and the San Diego Theatre Educators Alliance.  Paula Richardson, Wilson Middle School music teacher and one of the five 2021 San Diego County Teachers of the Year, inspired us to continue adapting to our current circumstances because our students need the arts! Finally, San Diego Unified’s VAPA Director Russ Sperling delivered a poignant, powerful, and practical advocacy message we all needed to hear. 

Speaking of advocacy, please share your stories of how the arts empower you and/or your students by visiting the Arts Empower website and if you’re on Twitter, please connect with @ArtsEmpowerSD and use #ArtsEmpowerSD.  Whether or not you were able to join us live on Oct. 15, you can watch a video of the event on YouTube HERE – listen from  from teachers, leaders, and best of all – students who are using the arts to thrive during this difficult time.

Santa Clara County Office of Education – Two Communities of Practice

Through the Artspiration Community of Practice, we will engage with each other around specific topics impacting our lives to improve teaching and learning in a virtual world.

Topics include: ways to include new CA Arts Standards and Framework; social-emotional learning and the arts; unpacking racism through the arts; arts and the Black Lives Movement; and indigenous ways of knowledge and learning. We see the arts as a tool for healing, connecting to self and community, increasing student engagement, and nurturing creativity.
4:00-5:30 p.m.

The arts are essential!


Transformational Community of Practice

Experience the art and science of teaching and learning with the dynamic STUDIO PATHWAYS team. Studio Pathways is excited to offer Santa Clara County Office of Education workshop series for educators to learn frames that center equity, racial justice and the essential role of integrating visual and performing arts in education.

Join a cohort of peers to deepen your practice and pedagogy of Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning through the Arts. We will spend virtual time together to explore concepts and methods for increasing literacy learning outcomes and social emotional skills. FREE registration.
4:00-5:30 p.m.

Contact Esther Chong for more information or to register.

Stanislaus County Office of Education – Arts Integrated Lesson Plans

Arts Integrated Lesson Plans – Click image below to view sample Arts-Integrated Lessons

Tulare County Office of Education (TCOE) – Annual TCOE Student Art Exhibitions Going Virtual

Due to the ongoing pandemic and virtual learning, TCOE’s annual Student Art Exhibitions will be held online this year. Open to students in grades PK-12, the annual exhibitions showcase the county’s gifted young artists who create two- and three-dimensional pieces utilizing a variety of mediums. Instead of hosting two shows in the lobby of the Mooney Boulevard administration building, this year event coordinators will produce one online show held December 1 through February 28. A panel of local artists will judge all entries submitted to the virtual exhibition. Those pieces receiving a Best of Show award will be recognized in a special exhibition in March during Arts Education Month. Best of Show artwork will also be eligible for additional recognition as Best of the Best in Tulare County.

Ventura County Office of Education – Artists in the Classroom Residency Program

Artists in the Classroom is a residency program offering eight-week programs for every K-8 school in the county. Professional visual, dance, music, poet and performing artist educators teach children of all ages. Many instructors bring a multi-cultural and historical awareness to lessons, helping students gain an understanding of their own cultures and other cultures, past and present.


California Alliance for Arts Education – Student Voices Campaign Launch

The Student Voices Campaign utilizes the power of arts education to amplify student voice, encouraging school and community leaders to take students’ perspective into consideration when making decisions that affect students.

For the 2020-2021 school year, the Student Voices Campaign invites California public school students to submit works of art from across all arts disciplines that address important community issues and respond to the question: How Will You Use Your Creativity to Impact Your School and Community?

Students deserve equitable access to a well-rounded education with full access to the arts as mandated by California law. They also deserve a seat at the table when it comes to conversations that affect them and the earlier youth are civically engaged, the stronger their commitment to our democracy will be.

Please join us on Nov.19th for the 2020-2021 Student Voices Campaign launch webinar to learn more about the campaign and how you can support youth voice in your community. Register HERE.

The California Arts Project (TCAP) – From a Distance Professional Learning Upcoming Fall Offerings

TCAP network’s primary concern is the safety of the students, educators, and community members. The TCAP Statewide Leadership and Professional Learning Center and all TCAP Regional Sites are working remotely following their specific campus guidelines and offering TCAP “From a Distance Professional Learning”. From a Distance programs provide support for teachers in teaching the arts in hybrid, face-to-face, or in distance learning formats. The programs can also bridge to face-to-face professional leaning when conditions allow. As health announcements are monitored, the status of programs may change. Please email for more information on any of TCAP’s programs or services and visit The California Arts Project Facebook page.
Click HERE to read about the many offerings of TCAP

California Department of Education – 2021 Arts Education Instructional Materials Adoption

On Wednesday, November 18, 2020, the Instructional Quality Commission (IQC) will recommend Instructional Materials Reviewers and Content Review Experts for the 2021 Arts Education Instructional Materials Adoption to the State Board of Education (SBE). The SBE will then consider and take action to appoint applicants at their meeting in January.

Thanks to the CCSESA Regional Arts Leads who helped to get the word out and thanks to those who submitted applications as well! You can see the full agenda and list of applicants under consideration posted on the IQC website HERE.

Thanks to the CCSESA Regional Arts Leads who helped to get the word out and thanks to those who submitted applications as well! You can see the full agenda and list of applicants under consideration posted on the IQC website HERE.

California Department of Education – 2020 STEAM Symposium

Californians Dedicated to Education Foundation (CDEF) is proud to announce the 2020 California STEAM Symposium is moving online! To best serve educators’ needs, CDEF is convening the same great Symposium participants know and love in a virtual venue. Mark December 11th-13th, 2020 on the calendar for another wonderful year of inspiration, collaboration, and professional learning. 
Pre-Conference: Celebrating Teachers and The Art of Teaching
The #CASTEAM20 Pre-Conference is designed to celebrate educators as they teach, inspire, and positively impact students’ lives. This is a dynamic event with live speakers for attendees to interact with, healthy wellness activities, and opportunities to engage with fellow educators. Registering for the STEAM Symposium gives you access to the Pre-Conference events. LEARN MORE HERE.

California Department of Education – Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME) News, Update, and Events

The new AME website has launched a News, Updates and Events page and there are weekly opportunities posted for secondary arts and AME programs.  Also check out the events calendar HERE. Please email any arts related professional development or student event to and we will post on the calendar. Also, please join the email list at the bottom of the page HERE for exciting news and opportunities.

New AME Program announcement!  The AME Hip Hop Education and Equity Initiative is now official, and it is the first ever, state-funded Hip Hop Education initiative!  The initiative was established to address teacher shortage and retention issues in high-need schools by establishing a pipeline for aspiring teaching artists and Hip Hop professionals interested in becoming credentialed educators and industry partners in career technical education (CTE) programs in the arts, media, and entertainment (AME) industry sector and beyond. Core elements of the initiative involve recruitment of aspiring educators, support with job placement, and the establishment of an ongoing system of support and training for Designated Subjects CTE credential candidates.  The program also includes the development of culturally responsive course outlines and curriculum, and the establishment of two model programs serving urban middle and high school students.  The Hip Hop Education and Equity Initiative will launch with initial programs in Compton Unified School District and View Park Preparatory Charter High School in South Central Los Angeles. 

2021 California Student Media Festival

Now in its 55th year, the California Student Media Festival (CSMF) is our nation’s oldest student media festival. Over the past twenty-five years, the California Student Media Festival has awarded more than $145,000 to California Schools. It has expanded to include the work of more than 6,000 student contestants from schools across the state. The Festival exists to celebrate the amazing media and multimedia projects produced by California’s students and teachers — rewarding and acknowledging their successful classroom work at an awards event in June every year.

May 22, 2021 2:00-4:00 p.m. CSMF WEBSITE

A California that elevates and celebrates student learning and creativity through the meaningful use of media and the arts.

The California Student Media Festival seeks to transform student learning, recognizing creativity and student agency through the cultivation and celebration of original work in a medium that is collaboratively or individually crafted, striving for an equitable environment for all.

Two Key Goals
Providing an opportunity for teachers across California to recognize outstanding student creative media learning artifacts that are already being produced. Providing an opportunity for districts across California to recognize outstanding teachers whose students produce the amazing work above.

More information coming soon!

CREATE CA – Create Change

As California’s largest statewide coalition dedicated to the arts in schools, we raise public awareness to ensure creativity is a priority in public education. Every student needs a full and relevant arts education. In a state with one of the world’s largest creative economies, the arts are essential. Without equitable access to arts education, California’s students are not reaching their full potential. Join us to make sure every California School is a creative school.

Check out the Create CA Resources web-page for a complete list of the latest resources including links to videos and webinar recordings on a variety of topics including the launch of the new PTA Parent Guide to the Arts Standards, and the Arts & Social Emotional Learning.

Coming soon: 2021 Launch of “Create Change” to welcome newly seated as well as re-elected school board members and insure continued support for arts education. You can stay in the loop and learn how you can participate by subscribing to the campaign newsletter and following us on Facebook and/or Twitter. #CreateChange

CREATE CA – Parent’s Guide to Arts Education in California 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– is pleased to launch the
Parents’ Guide to the Visual and Performing Arts 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, music, theatre, media arts and visual arts by the end of each grade level. Use the table of contents to jump to the grade level span for your student!

Visit the Create CA Resources Page for the latest tools to support the work!


Arts Education Partnership – Dance Counts

With generous support from the Hewlett Foundation, and in partnership with the National Dance Education Organization, the Arts Education Partnership released Dance Counts as part of a four-part series describing the researched benefits of arts education. With this new digital resource, education leaders, policymakers and practitioners can explore research collected from ArtsEdSearch that shows the personal and community benefits of dance education for learners of all ages.
Read entire article HERE.

Arts Education Partnership – New Policy Brief Unpacks Arts Expansion Within the System

High-quality arts education has lasting, positive impacts for youth, including those involved in the juvenile justice system. Accessibility to arts education enables youths who are justice involved the creativity to tell their stories and uplift their voices. This new POLICY BRIEF — written as a result of an AEP and ECS Thinkers Meeting — highlights the conversations of 11 experts across the nation and offers considerations for implementing and sustaining arts-based programming in the juvenile justice system.
Read more HERE.

California Arts Council – 2021 Grant Opportunities

This is a time of unexpected and unprecedented changes to the ways in which each of us work, communicate, connect, and experience our everyday lives.

As your state arts agency, the California Arts Council is prioritizing this year’s grant funding to nurture and heal our communities through the arts; to keep the doors of our arts and cultural institutions open; to protect jobs in the creative field; and to preserve our cultural heritage, our stories, and our culture bearers.

In response to the current, urgent needs of the field, our Council has streamlined all grant programs into three categories and six specific grant opportunities for 2021, with applications opening this November. This year’s grant programs have been informed and developed by public input and data in alignment with our Strategic Framework Decision Support Tool.

These grants feature NEW funding, including general operating support for organizations and fellowships to support the creative practice of individual artists, as well as continued support for project-based activities.

Take a look at the 2021 program offerings HERE and stay tuned for more details prior to our season launch in November!

Professional Development 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.


November 18, 2020
4:00-5:30 pm
Artspiration Community of Practice
Presented by the Santa Clara County Office of Education

November 19, 2020
3:30-5:00 pm
Local Advocacy Webinar Series: Student Voices Campaign Launch
Presented by the California Alliance for Arts Education


December 3, 2020
3:00-5:00 pm
Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms – Session 2 PHOTOGRAPHY
Presented by the Los Angeles County Office of Education

December 7-8, 2020
California STEAM Symposium
Presented by California Department of Education


January 7, 2021
3:00-5:00 pm
Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms – Session 3 VIDEO
Presented by the Los Angeles County Office of Education

January 15, 2021 – SAVE THE DATE
The Art of Everything
Presented by the CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative and Create CA


February 4, 2021
3:00-5:00 pm
Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms – Session 4 AUDIO
Presented by the Los Angeles County Office of Education

February 5, 2021 SAVE THE DATE
Rural Arts Education Webinar: Finding Your Own Yellow Brick Road in Challenging Times
Presented by CCSESA Statewide Arts Initiative

MARCH 2021

March 4, 2021
3:00-5:00 pm
Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms – Session 5 STORYTELLING
Presented by the Los Angeles County Office of Education

March 25, 2021
3:00-5:00 pm
Media Arts for Elementary Classrooms – Session 6 CELEBRATION
Presented by the Los Angeles County Office of Education

MAY 2021

May 22, 2021 – SAVE THE DATE
2:00-4:00 pm
California Student Media Festival (CSMF)

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