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Bettina Love discussed developing arts education programs around the intrinsic creativity of youth. Kevin Coval and Malcolm London shared their experiences teaching spoken-word poetry that inspires a more equitable world. Our preconference institutes and workshops delved into the role of the arts in social justice, amplifying the impact of teaching artists, developing the next generation of arts leaders, and much more. And our delegates shared the work, vision, and insight that make them valuable leaders in their organizations and communities. Our thanks to all!
The Conference for Community Arts Education addresses the specific needs of nonprofit arts education organizations and provides support for expanding equitable access to arts learning opportunities in communities across the country. Featuring more than four dozen workshops, roundtables, plenary sessions, site visits, and social events—plus full-day preconference institutes—delegates develop new skills, share effective practices, build relationships with colleagues, and return home inspired with new ideas about how to advance their organization and better serve their community.
National Guild members get discounted rates for conference registration. Check Prices & Policies for more information.
In our Conference Reflections series, delegates from past conferences share their insights and take-aways.
Solomons Company/Dance Inc., New York, NY
"The conference is the best opportunity to stay in touch with what is happening in arts education nationally. I always come away inspired."
Community Arts Center
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