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The 2013 Conference for Community Arts Education (Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, Chicago) brought together more than 650 arts education leaders from 350+ organizations nationwide---our biggest conference to date! Together this dynamic learning community of staff, faculty, trustees, and teaching artists helped to forge the future of arts education in America, while developing new skills and building relationships with top practitioners and experts.
Thank you to everyone who made this year's conference such a success and for sharing your inspiration and ideas for how to lead more effectively and increase access to arts education for all.
Download the 2013 Program Book (PDF) for details and a complete schedule.
Accelerated by digital media and other technologies, the learning landscape is transforming rapidly. Young people today are empowered like never before to explore, create, and share their interests in new ways both in and out of school.
Join technology experts and leaders of nonprofit arts education organizations from across the country as we discuss how to harness the potential of technology to enhance arts learning and increase engagement. We'll be exploring this topic in-depth during our "Catch Up with Kids: Technology & the Future of Arts Education" track at the 2013 Conference for Community Arts Education (Oct. 30 - Nov. 2, Chicago).
Go to the Program page and select the "Technology" filter to see what is scheduled for this track each day.
Minding the Gap: Race, Class, and the Deep Divide in Arts Learning Opportunity
Catalyzing Change: Creating Equitable Access to Arts Learning
More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Collaboration & Sustainability in Arts Education
Look Back, Look At, Look Ahead: The Teenager in a Time of Crisis
Unleashing Potential: Cultivating Common Ground
This year's program book fits in your pocket. Download the Guidebook app today!
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
Top Photo: The Chicago Theatre © Choose Chicago. Bottom Photos: SAY Si, San Antonio, TX; Stagebridge, Oakland, CA; 92nd Street Y, School of the Arts, New York, NY; RAW Art works, Lynn, MA; and Flint School of the Performing Arts, Flint, MI.
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