December 13, 2022

❄️Inside this Issue❄️

Welcome to the Winter Issue of the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative Newsletter! We wish everyone a safe and joyous holiday season!

  • California County Superintendents Arts Initiative News including an update on Prop 28, a call for student art for the CISC Leadership Symposium, the November 16th Regional and County Arts Leads Meeting, and professional learning events/meetings we are hosting early next year!
  • The latest arts education news from Butte, Alameda, Marin, Santa Clara, Ventura, and Riverside County Office of Education!
  • State Superintendent Tony Thurmond Announces 2023 California Teachers of the Year (spoiler alert – two of the five are arts teachers!)
  • State partner highlights including events from TCAP, guidance from CDE about the arts, music, and instructional material block grant and updates on the arts framework and advocacy tools from Create CA!

❄️California County Superintendents Arts Initiative News❄️

 

Celebrating the Arts and Music in Schools Funding Guarantee and Accountability Act 

As we close out the year and move into Winter, we celebrate the November election, where California voters passed Proposition 28 which adds The Arts and Music in Schools Funding Guarantee and Accountability Act to the California Education Code. The Arts and Music in Schools Funding Guarantee and Accountability Act provides a means to fulfill the goal of equitable access to fully-staffed, sequential, standards-based arts education for all students at all grade levels. There are many challenges to tackle with implementation but with the creative and skilled leaders in the regional and county arts leads network, the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative is ready for the journey. We are currently collaborating internally and with statewide education and industry partners on next steps to support the implementation of this historic legislation and investment in the future of California’s students.

Other Arts Initiative Announcements

Interest List Forming for Arts Education Funding Implementation Community of Practice: Since funding continues to be in the spotlight, we are currently forming an interest list for county and district leaders to participate in a community of practice (COP) around arts education funding. The COP will run February through June with monthly virtual meetings. Meeting dates are tentatively scheduled for 2/3, 3/3, 4/14, 5/5, and 6/2. To add your name to the interest list and provide some feedback on meeting times and content, please contact us for the survey link.

Arts Leads Meet Up: The CISC Leadership Symposium will be held from February 22nd to the 24th in Monterey. CISC Arts Subcommittee Chair Jeanette Spencer has secured a space for county arts leads who are attending the symposium to connect, engage in networking, and celebrate what’s happening in the arts. More information will be provided as soon as the details are finalized.

New Website and Twitter Handle: In the coming months, the arts initiative will unveil a refreshed website. We have also changed our Twitter name from @ccsesaarts to @cacountyarts. Follow us!

CISC Symposium to Celebrate Student Artists

Celebrating Student Voice: CISC Symposium organizers are calling for student artwork so that it can be featured and conference attendees can be reminded of the power of arts education as they enjoy the diverse works of creative expression produced by student artists from across the state. Submissions are encouraged in all five disciplines and organizers will utilize QR codes to feature recorded works and performances. The deadline to submit student art is January 9th at 12:59 p.m. Please see the links to the forms below for guidelines and requirements.

For questions or additional details contact Patrice.cooley@sbcss.net | Office: 909-386-2613

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Submission Requirements

Student Permission Form

Submission Form

November 16th Regional and County Arts Leads Meeting

The California County Superintendents Arts Initiative recently hosted a hybrid Regional and County Leads Meeting for 2022-2023, at our new headquarters in Sacramento’s ACSA building. There was a lot of discussion about funding (of course) and time to attend to our customary key issues. It was wonderful to welcome new county leads and connect and collaborate with each other and our statewide partners. We are looking forward to the next in-person meeting at the Crocker Art Museum on May 24.

Arts Leadership Meetings 2022-23 Calendar

We still have many upcoming leadership meetings! Mark your calendars!

Regional and County Art Leads Meetings


For Regional and County Office Leaders and State Partners

  • Wednesday, January 25, 2023
  • Wednesday, March 15, 2023
  • Wednesday, May 24, 2023 (There will be a pre-meeting event on May 23. Details will be provided soon.)

Rural Arts Network Meetings


For County and District Leaders from Rural Counties

  • January 18, 2023
  • May 17, 2023

Rural Arts Network Meetings

Registration deadline is the Friday before the meeting: January 13th and May 12th.

At the Rural Arts Network virtual meetings participants will have the chance to:

  • Connect with colleagues charged with rural arts education
  • Receive updates on funding opportunities (the Arts Music and Instructional Materials Discretionary Block Grants, Arts and Music in Schools Funding and Accountability Act, etc.)
  • Explore ways to thoughtfully leverage funding, including through strategic planning
  • Engage in a discussion with colleagues to consider next steps

Dates: January 18th and May 17th

Time: 3:30 – 4:30 PM

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Registration Link

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Module 12 Webinar: Leadership In Arts Education

The deadline to register for this FREE event is January 27th, 2023.

The California County Superintendents Arts Initiative is pleased to host a webinar on the newest Creativity at the Core module Leadership in Arts Education on January 31, 2023 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. The webinar will be led by module authors Jeannine Flores (LACOE) and Louisa Higgins (RCOE). You can also catch a live presentation on Module 12 if you are planning to attend the San Diego Equity Conference: Equity is Love in Action on January 19 and 20, 2023.

Webinar Topics include:​

  • An Administrator’s Guide to Arts Advocacy​
  • Cultural Responsiveness in Arts Education ​
  • Arts Integration Leadership​
  • Arts Partnerships​
  • Leadership Development through Creative Action Planning

Date: January 31, 2023

Time: 4:00 – 5:00 PM

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Arts Education in California’s Court and Community Schools

The deadline to register for this FREE event is January 27th, 2023

Join the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative as Studio Pathways Co-Founders Jessa Brie Morena and Mariah Rankine-Landers lead an exploration of the key findings and recommendations in the report Creativity Challenge: Arts Education in California’s Court and Community Schools.

To learn more about the current state of arts education, check out Creativity Challenge: The State of Arts Education in California on the SRI Education website.

Participants will​

  • Engage with the data in the report including bright spots and areas of strength​
  • Consider the implications ​
  • Explore recommendations, opportunities, and consider possible actions​

Date: February 1st, 2023

Time: 3:00 – 4:30 PM

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California County Superintendents Regional and County Arts Leads

View and/or download a contact list of Regional and County Arts Leads (updated 12/12/22)

❄️County Highlights❄️

 

Butte County Office of Education

Pioneer Museum Workshop

Date: January 26, 2023

Time: 4:00 – 5:30 P.M

Location: 2332 Montgomery Street, Oroville

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Alameda County Office of Education

Trauma Informed Healing Through The Arts

Dr. Lisa Kay will be leading the fourth and final session in our series that provides a practical guide for those who wish to support therapeutic art making in their art teaching practice.  We will offer key elements, approaches, and practical guidelines for therapeutic art education with students who have experienced adverse childhood experiences and trauma. Dr. McFarland will facilitate the in-person event and will co-lead the three virtual sessions with Dr. Kay. The strategies will provide teachers with confidence to support their students’ health and wholeness through art.

Date: February 2, 2023

Time: 4:00 – 5:00 PM

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Please email Bernie Phelan directly if you would like to be added to this session: bphelan@acoe.org

Alameda County Community History and Arts Project

The Alameda County Community History Project aims to engage students in the exploration of best practices to engage as community historians. They begin their exploration by focusing on the creation of oral histories that incorporate photo essays, cooking, music, and personal artifacts. 

Through multiple sessions, teachers will build a toolkit for community asset mapping including the ways public art has been integrated into the community design. The teacher community will then participate in the Black Liberation Walking Tour that focuses on the architecture, urban design, and public artwork in West Oakland’s Hoover Foster neighborhood. The creators of the tour will spend an hour debriefing with participants how they shaped this kind of community project. 

Teachers will also be able to select several in person workshops including participation in the Ohlone café (cultural learnings through the culinary arts) and a tour of the Spanish colonial Peralta House. The last sessions are focused on teaching tools to integrate the student historical voices with experts in the field so that students can publish their findings which may be in the form of photo essays, their own mural expression, a website design, or an artifact for a time capsule. Finally, teachers will spend a planning session to think about how to integrate all of the material into their curriculum throughout the upcoming school year.

Dates:

  • January 17th
  • March 16th
  • April 18th
  • June TBD

Time: 4:00 – 5:15 PM

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Note: We are at capacity for sign-ups and currently have a waiting list.

Please email Bernie Phelan (bphelan@acoe.org) or Dana Wickner (dwickner@acoe.org) for more information.

Our Changing Planet

Our Changing Planet (OCP) engages k-12 educators and their students as change-makers for climate justice, igniting their imaginations and creative brilliance to collaboratively design a healthy future and engage in civic life.

This free, intensive professional development opportunity addresses environmental literacy, social justice, and creativity in order to deepen an understanding of local ecosystems and develop creative solutions that can collaboratively strengthen a community’s climate resilience. Core to this program is the research and practices of contemporary scientists, environmentalists, artists, designers, and student activists who are working at the forefront of climate action. These climate justice practitioners serve as models for creative hands-on, minds-on experiences that are also informed by constructivist learning theories grounded in research from Harvard’s Project Zero institute, culturally responsive teaching practices and the arts.

Organized by Alameda County Office of Education and IDEAL

Dates:

  • January 25th
  • February 8th
  • February 22nd
  • March 8th
  • March 22nd
  • April 19th

Time: 4:00 – 6:30 PM

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Please email Bernie Phelan directly for more information: bphelan@acoe.org

Media Producer Fellowship: Futures We Dream

Alameda County Office of Education and Arts2Work are seeking 10 creative students In Alameda County looking to explore storytelling and media arts as a career. In this Fellowship, students will create their own 1-2 minute short videos around the theme of Futures We Dream, inspired by the Smithsonian FUTURES exhibition currently on view in Washington, DC.

Organized by Alameda County Office of Education, Arts2Work, and BAVC

Paid Internship Opportunity!

Dates: Fridays, February 3rd- May 12th

Time: 1:00 – 5:00 PM

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Marin County Office of Education

Marin County Office of Education has partnered with Youth in Arts for programming in their countywide SDC classes. They are currently in the process of partnering to develop student programming with local visiting artists.

Santa Clara County Office of Education

Arts as Life!

Arts as Life! is open to all K-12 teachers, administration, staff, and counselors, and is produced in partnership with San Mateo County Office of Education, Alameda County Office of Education, Stanford Live, Young Audiences of Northern California, San Mateo County Office of Arts and Culture, Santa Clara County Office of Education, Riverside Office of Education, and KQED.

This day-long, immersive experience will include many dynamic presenters, a rockstar line-up for the keynote, student performances, AND MORE!

We are excited to bring teachers a new model of professional development that includes their students.  We recognize that finding a substitute teacher is almost impossible, and one of the many themes of the conference is “Student Voice,” so why not invite students? Save the Date! And bring your class!

Save the Date!

Date: February 1st, 2023

Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

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2023 Arts Education Community of Practice

Join Santa Clara County Office of Education for Arts Education Community of Practice!

Meets Every 3rd Thursday of the Month

Dates:

  • January 19th
  • February 16th
  • March 16th
  • April 20th

Time: 4:00 – 5:15 PM

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Registration Link

Young Artist Showcase

The 2023 Young Artist Showcase is open for submissions! This showcase is open to public school students, grades Pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, in Santa Clara County. Some students will have their artwork accepted into the permanent exhibit of student artwork located within the SCCOE campuses as well as showcased at the virtual Young Artist Showcase Celebration on May 9, 2023, celebrating Arts Education Month in California.​​

Awardees have the option of donating their original pieces to the collection. Releasing original artwork is not a requirement for this showcase.  Submissions close on April 3, 2023.

Check the Young Artist Showcase Webpage for submission requirements and other information.

Date: May 9th, 2023

Time: 4:00 P.M

VIRTUAL

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Submission/Registration Form


Ventura County Office of Education

2022-2023: Visual and Performing Art Leadership Network

Join Ventura County Office of Education for FREE networking opportunities to promote communication and collaboration between school and district leads involved in Arts Initiatives across Ventura County!

Dates:

Time: 3:00 – 4:00 PM

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Riverside County Office of Education

Pour Painting For Teachers

Date: February 15th, 2023

Time: 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Audience: TK-12 Teachers

Cost: $50 per person

Location: Riverside County Office of Education, Indio

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Social and Emotional Learning Through Art Making

Date: January 17th, 2023

Time: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Audience: Elementary, Middle, and High School Teachers

Cost: $75

Location: Palm Springs USD Service Center

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STEAM Based Art Making Workshop

Date: February 7th, 2023

Time: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Audience: Elementary and Middle School Teachers (K-8)

Cost: $75

Location: Palm Springs Unified School District Service Center

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❄️State Highlights❄️

 

The California Arts Project (TCAP)

Upcoming 2023 TCAP Professional Learning Opportunities!

Thriving Through the Arts: Supporting Arts Educators’ Well-Being and Social and Emotional Capacity Webinar Series

Start the new year off with the next session of Thriving Through the Arts: Supporting Arts Educators’ Well-Being and Social and Emotional Capacity Webinar Series!

TCAP and Fresno State College of Arts and Humanities are collaborating on a webinar series featuring a panel of therapists (art, drama, expressive arts, and dance movement) moderated by Dr. Kelvin Ramirez focused on you the arts educator! All webinar sessions are free of charge and open to arts educators and college/university arts education students from across the state. Pre-registration is required and available on the TCAP website. 

Registration Link

  • January 26, 2023, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. PST
  • February 16, 2023, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. PST
  • March 23, 2023, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. PST

Join the Conversation!

TCAP’s Regional Arts Education Network Communities: (TCAP AEN’s)

TCAP’s statewide and regional networks support TK–12 through post-secondary dance, media arts, music, theatre, visual arts, and CTE AME educators as they strive to implement the goals of the Arts Education Framework and Standards to further equitable, standards-based arts education for California students. The network sessions provide opportunities for teachers and administrators in the arts to stay informed of statewide and regional arts education news, issues, and dialogue with others on critical arts education topics.  

TCAP’s Arts Education Networks convene online from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m., free of charge. Pre-registration is required and available on the TCAP website. 

Registration Link

  • February 23, 2023, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
  • May 18, 2023, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

TCAP’s Arts Education Administrators and Leaders: Implementing Equitable and Effective Arts Education 2022 – 2023 Series  

California voters approved Proposition 28! Join this series now to learn and engage with other administrators as we begin this new chapter of CA arts education.   

The 2020 CA Arts Education Framework illuminates the value and importance of providing equitable and effective arts education for all students. This series focuses on Chapter 9, Implementing Effective Arts Education and engages arts education leaders and administrators in conversation, sharing, and reflection.  

Register for one, multiple, or all of the zoom based episodes. There is no cost, but pre-registration is required. Registration is available on the TCAP website.  

Remaining 2023 Episode Dates and Topics – Episode Times: 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. 

Registration Link

  • Episode 4: February 2 – Strategic Planning as a Continuous Improvement Tool   
  • Episode 5: March 9  – Inquiry as Professional Learning   
  • Episode 6: April 20 – Program Assessment: A Pathway Toward Equitable and Effective Arts Education   

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. 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.

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

Follow TCAP
Instagram – www.instagram.com/Tcapcalifornia 
Twitter – www.twitter.com/tcapcalifornia 


State Superintendent Tony Thurmond Announces 2023 California Teachers of the Year

On October 13, State Superintendent Tony Thurmond announced five exceptional educators as 2023 California’s Teachers of the Year. Presented by the California Department of Education and supported by the California Teachers of the Year Foundation, the California Teachers of the Year Program began in 1972 to honor outstanding teachers and encourage and inspire new teachers to enter the profession.

“These five educators receive the prestigious honor of 2023 California Teachers of the Year for their extraordinary talents and efforts to teach young people in California during historically challenging circumstances,” said Thurmond. “Using their exceptional skills, creativity, and experience, they continue to create positive learning environments and make meaningful contributions to the academic and social–emotional needs of their students.”

The five finalists are Jason Torres-Rangel an AP English Teacher, Catherine Borek an AP English Literature and Drama Teacher, Lauren Camarillo a Spanish Teacher, Ben Case an instrumental music and music theory teacher, and Bridgette Donald-Blue a fourth-grade multiple subject teacher. Read more about these wonderful educators in this article State Superintendent Tony Thurmond Announces 2023 California Teachers of the Year.


California Department of Education

Arts Framework Update!

The final publication version of the 2020 Arts Education Framework is now posted. It can be accessed, as a single file or by individual chapters, on the California Arts Education Framework web page at https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/vp/cf/.

Arts, Music, & Instructional Materials Block Grant Guidance

To assist local educational agencies (LEAs) with specifications in Section 56 of Assembly Bill 185 (AB 185): The Arts, Music, and Instructional Materials Discretionary Block Grant, the Curriculum Frameworks and Instructional Resources Division has partnered with the Educator Excellence and Equity Division and the School Fiscal Services Division at the California Department of Education to provide support for LEAs to proportionally use their allocation for the five purposes enumerated in Section 134(a)(1)–(5), which include

  1. The acquisition of standards-aligned instructional materials and professional development in ten specified subject areas;
  2. school climate;
  3. diverse, culturally relevant, and multilingual libraries;
  4. costs related to COVID-19; and
  5. resources regarding funding.
  • Arts, Music, and Instructional Materials Block Grant Web Page, including links to various webinars, the accompanying presentation slides, and resource documents, as well as information on each of the five purposes. https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/cr/cf/artsmusicimblockgrant.asp
    • Webinar 1: Navigating the Arts, Music and Instructional Materials Discretionary Block Grant – An Overview (October 14, 2022)
https://youtu.be/c2dgY4gC-uk
  • Webinar 2: Block Grant Funding Options for Professional Development and Instructional Materials (October 19, 2022)
https://youtu.be/qBWYIKrXDbU
  • Content-Specific Mini Webinars: Coming soon!

Arts Media and Entertainment Updates

The Creative Careers Leadership Lab Pilot

AME has launched the Creative Career Leadership Lab (CCLL), a youth leadership organization delivering leadership development and work-based learning programs for youth interested in pursuing careers in the following creative industries:

  1. Animation, Visual Effects (VFX), and Game Production
  2. Dance/Theater
  3. Design
  4. Film/Television Production
  5. Live Event Production
  6. Multimedia Communications
  7. Music and Audio Production

This year, we are piloting the CCLL with 13 AME-focused middle and high schools throughout California and working with nearly 1000 students to deliver high-quality programming including:

My Future Matters Curriculum

Lesson plans designed to build the next generation of student leaders through tutelage in problem solving, relationship building, communication and collaboration.

Creative Team Challenges – Opportunities for students to collaborate on creative challenges that help them build real-life skills.

Partner Skill Building Sessions – Workshops facilitated by partner organizations providing students an introduction to skills and tools used in the creative industry.

Statewide GRID Summit – Multi-day gathering bringing together students and teachers to experience performances, connect with resources, engage in a series of creativity-exploring workshops.

Regional GRID Hangouts – Pathway-specific career panels, Q&As, skill-building resources, and opportunities to network.

With the goal of fostering the development of creative skills and leadership capability for high school students,  the CCLL’s target audience are youth ages 12 to 18. Students are introduced to a variety of creative industries and learning opportunities, and build their skills, strengthen their confidence, self-awareness, creativity, and work ethic. 

For more information, please contact Loree Goffigon at loree@mycommunityworks.org.

AME Institute

AME Institute www.ameinstitute.org

AME Institute offers live, virtual, and customized support for AME pathways in your county and district. Here’s a quick look at our 2023 programming:

  • AME Institute Pop-Up Oakland
    March 10, 2023 https://registration.socio.events/e/ameinstitutepopupoakland
    The AME Institute is coming to the Bay Area for a one-day Pop-Up event. Hosted by Oakland School for the Arts and offering exclusive programming from Pixar, KQED, Adobe and many Bay Area partners and programs, yon’t won’t want to miss this event!
  • AME Institute Burbank
    June 20, 21, and 22, 2023 https://registration.socio.events/e/ameinstituteburbank
    This is your opportunity to get inside the creative industries with AME Institute. Train on the latest software, network with colleagues, and expand the network that supports your AME pathway. 
  • CAMEO Virtual Learning Series
    Monthly on the 3rd Thursday  https://www.ameinstitute.org/virtual
    CAMEO brings our AME community together monthly for professional learning and communities of practice. Check out the monthly schedule of events, and register to join us. Each meeting ends with breakout meetings for the eight AME Communities of Practice.
  • Customized Professional Learning
    Interested in facilitating deeper AME collaborations, realigning your pathways to the new AME standards, or hosting industry panels or speakers to build AME awareness? AME Institute wants to work with you to develop custom PD that fits the needs of your AME pathways.

Sign up for the monthly AME Institute newsletter for great offers, news, and updates from AME Partner organizations: http://eepurl.com/g_CXOz

For more information contact Ashley Adams at ashley@ameinsitute.org.


Create CA

December Toolkit

Use Create CA’s December Toolkit to help promote #CreativityIsNotOptional

Arts Now Meet Up!

Join Create CA in their next arts now meet up on December 13th at 3:30 PM!

Registration Link

Designing Advocacy

Course Title: Designing Advocacy: Arts Education + Graphic Design

Description: Students ages 18-24 will create graphics advocating for arts education, drawing from their personal experiences in order to maximize community connection. Produced in partnership with ArtCenter and led by Indigenous artist and organizer, Joel Garcia, students will apply design knowledge through ProCreate and Illustrator. 

Students will meet virtually every Wednesday from January through April 2023. 

Deadline to register is December 19th, 2022

Registration Link


 

❄️SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES❄️

 

*Recurring Events*

DECEMBER EVENTS

December 13, 2022

Arts Now Meet Up

3:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Create CA

December 19, 2022

Designing Advocacy Registration DEADLINE

Registration Link

Presented by Create CA

JANUARY EVENTS

January 9, 2023

CISC Leadership Symposium Art Submission DEADLINE

12:59 PM

Submission Form

Presented by the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative and San Bernardino CSS

January 17, 2023

Alameda County Community History and Arts Project*

4:00 – 5:15 PM

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education

January 17, 2023

Social and Emotional Learning Through Art Making

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Riverside County Office of Education and Elizabeth Grebler

January 18, 2023

Rural Arts Network Meeting

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative

January 18, 2023

Designing Advocacy: Arts Education and Graphic Design Implementation*

4:00 – 5:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Create CA

January 19, 2023

Arts Education Community of Practice*

4:00 – 5:15 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Santa Clara Office of Education

January 25, 2023

Regional and County Leads Virtual Meeting

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Presented by the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative

January 25, 2023

Our Changing Planet*

4:00 – 6:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education and IDEAL

January 26, 2023

Thriving Through the Arts: Supporting Arts Educators’ Well-Being and Social and Emotional Capacity Webinar Series*

3:30 – 5:00 PM PST

Registration Link

Presented by TCAP and Fresno State College of Arts and Humanities

January 26, 2023

Pioneer Museum Workshop

4:00 – 5:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Butte County Office of Education

January 31, 2023

Module 12: Leadership in Arts Education Webinar

4:00 – 5:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative, Riverside COE, Los Angeles COE

January 31, 2023

Visual and Performing Art Leadership Network*

3:00 – 4:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Ventura County Office of Education

FEBRUARY EVENTS

February 1, 2023

Arts Education in California’s Court and Community Schools

3:00 – 4:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by the California County Superintendents and Studio Pathways

February 1, 2023

Arts as Life!

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by San Mateo, Alameda, Santa Clara, Riverside County Offices of Education, Stanford Live, Young Audiences of Northern California, San Mateo County Office of Arts and Culture, and KQED

February 2, 2023

Episode 4: Strategic Planning as a Continuous Improvement Tool*

9:00 – 10:30 AM

Registration Link

Presented by TCAP

February 2, 2023

Trauma Informed Healing Through the Arts

4:00 – 5:00 PM

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education

February 3, 2023

Media Producer Fellowship: Futures We Dream*

1:00 – 5:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education, Arts2Work, and BAVC

February 7, 2023

STEAM Based Art Making Workshop

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Riverside County Office of Education and Nettie Roberts

February 8, 2023

Our Changing Planet*

4:00 – 6:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education and IDEAL

February 15, 2023

Pour Painting for Teachers

4:00 – 5:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Riverside County Office of Education and Nettie Roberts

February 16, 2023

Thriving Through the Arts: Supporting Arts Educators’ Well-Being and Social and Emotional Capacity Webinar Series*

3:30 – 5:00 PM PST

Registration Link

Presented by TCAP and Fresno State College of Arts and Humanities

February 16, 2023

Arts Education Community of Practice*

4:00 – 5:15 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Santa Clara Office of Education

February 22, 2023

Our Changing Planet*

4:00 – 6:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education and IDEAL

February 23, 2023

Regional Arts Education Network Communities*

3:30 – 5:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by TCAP

February 22 – 24, 2023

CISC Leadership Symposium

Submission Link

Presented by The California County Superintendents and San Bernardino CSS

MARCH EVENTS

March 8, 2023

Our Changing Planet*

4:00 – 6:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education and IDEAL

March 9th, 2023

Episode 5: Inquiry as Professional Learning*

9:00 – 10:30 AM

Registration Link

Presented by TCAP

March 10, 2023

AME Institute Pop-Up Oakland

9:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by the AME Institute

March 15, 2023

Regional and County Leads Virtual Meeting

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Presented by the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative

March 16, 2023

Alameda County Community History and Arts Project*

4:00 – 5:15 PM

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education

March 16, 2023

Arts Education Community of Practice*

4:00 – 5:15 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Santa Clara Office of Education

March 22, 2023

Our Changing Planet*

4:00 – 6:30 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education and IDEAL

March 23, 2023

Thriving Through the Arts: Supporting Arts Educators’ Well-Being and Social and Emotional Capacity Webinar Series*

3:30 – 5:00 PM PST

Registration Link

Presented by TCAP and Fresno State College of Arts and Humanities

March 25, 2023

Creative Education Symposium

Presented by Humboldt County Office of Education and Dr. Susie Wise

March 28, 2023

Visual and Performing Art Leadership Network*

3:00 – 4:00 PM

Registration Link

Presented by Ventura County Office of Education

 

APRIL EVENTS

April 3, 2023

Young Artist Showcase Submission DEADLINE

Submission Form

Presented by Santa Clara County Office of Education

April 18, 2023

Alameda County Community History and Arts Project*

4:00 – 5:15 PM

Presented by Alameda County Office of Education

April 19, 2023

Our Changing Planet*

4:00 – 6:30 PM

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Presented by Alameda County Office of Education and IDEAL

April 19, 2023

Designing Advocacy*

4:00 – 5:30 PM

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Presented by Create CA

April 20, 2023

Episode 6: Program Assessment: A Pathway Toward Equitable and Effective Arts Education*

9:00 – 10:30 AM

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Presented by TCAP

April 20, 2023

Arts Education Community of Practice*

4:00 – 5:15 PM

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Presented by Santa Clara Office of Education

MAY EVENTS

May 9, 2023

Young Artist Showcase

4:00 PM

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Presented by Santa Clara Office of Education

May 12, 2023

Media Producer Fellowship: Futures We Dream*

1:00 – 5:00 PM

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Presented by Alameda County Office of Education, Arts2Work, and BAVC

May 17, 2023

Rural Arts Network Meeting

3:30 – 4:30 PM

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Presented by the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative

May 18, 2023

Regional Arts Education Network Communities*

3:30 – 5:00 PM

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Presented by TCAP

May 24, 2023

Regional and County Leads Meeting

10:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Location: Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento

Presented by the California County Superintendents Arts Initiative

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