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After reading the Guidelines, use the link at the bottom of this page for the Session Proposal form. You can also watch our video on Conference Proposals Demystified.
The Conference for Community Arts Education program will include a wide range of events: full-day pre-conference training institutes, roundtables, workshops, working meetings, networking events, site visits, plenary sessions, consultations, panel presentations, and more. We will prioritize sessions in which participants work together to advance understanding and break new ground for the field.
We are looking for sessions that:
Because we value multiple perspectives, the Guild seeks to engage presenters who represent divergent perspectives, a diversity of backgrounds, artistic disciplines, geographic locations, etc. We encourage you to collaborate with others, including arts education leaders, students, as well as non-arts partners in adjacent sectors. Incomplete applications will not be considered. For more information, you can watch our Conference Proposals Demystified webinar here.
All workshop presenters and panelists must register for the conference; however, workshop presenters are eligible for discounts of $150 off the full (three day) conference registration rate or $75 off a single day registration. These discounts will be applied at the time of registration, after you have been notified whether your proposal has been accepted.
Presenters/panelists who are participating only in a single session and no other aspects of the conference may have their registration fees waived at the discretion of the National Guild.
Registration opens July 2017. The early registration deadline is August. All presenters are required to register for the conference by the regular registration deadline of October.
You can view last year's program for a sense of the breadth and quality of sessions we're looking for.
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