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EVERY DAY, EVERY WAY: Arts-Focused Youth Programming in Afterschool Mini-Conference
Nov
8
9:00 AM09:00

EVERY DAY, EVERY WAY: Arts-Focused Youth Programming in Afterschool Mini-Conference

  • African American Arts & Culture Complex (map)
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Join us for the San Francisco Arts Commission’s fifth annual EVERY DAY, EVERY WAY: Arts-Focused Youth Programming in Afterschool Mini-Conference.

Edutainment for Equity presenter Candice Wicks-Davis leads a participatory workshop for youth and culture workers, administrators and teaching artists exploring the connections between art, equity and social justice in an afterschool setting.

The workshop includes time for creative exploration and strategizing about how to implement these activities with youth at your afterschool site.

Light breakfast and lunch provided.

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Strengthening the Arts Education Ecosystem
Feb
8
6:00 PM18:00

Strengthening the Arts Education Ecosystem

  • Oakstop, International Events Suite (map)
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We’ve all daydreamed about a sustainable arts education ecosystem in the Bay Area and now is our time to make plans to create those dreams together!

Join teaching artists, program directors, and arts administrators who make up our landscape of arts education as we explore the question: What does a sustainable arts education ecosystem look like in the Bay Area?

Click through to register. We would especially like to see arts administrators and teaching artists coming together from organizations, with everyone being compensated for their time.

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Becoming the Arts City We Say We Are
Dec
7
4:00 PM16:00

Becoming the Arts City We Say We Are

  • Rm 302, SFAC, War Memorial Veterans Building (map)
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How do we become the arts city we say we are? Does San Francisco and the Bay Area truly fit the vision of an “arts city” template?

Arts leaders seek to create education programs and partnerships that are sustainable and have impact on the community. To make this happen it’s important to have strong models and a healthy ecosystem that includes the organizations, partners, and teaching artists. In this workshop we will discuss the best practices as well as challenges (and solutions) of recruiting, retaining and developing teaching artists; teacher advocacy; and explore how we can collaborate and potentially share resources as organizations.  

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Every Day, Every Way: Arts-Focused Youth Programming in Afterschool Mini-Conference
Sep
28
9:00 AM09:00

Every Day, Every Way: Arts-Focused Youth Programming in Afterschool Mini-Conference

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The San Francisco Arts Commission presents it's 4th annual mini-conference for after-school educators.

Keynote speaker: Sarah Crowell, Artist Director, Destiny Arts Center, plus, choose 1 of 4 practical, hands-on workshops in dance, theater, digital media or visual arts. Learn and share best practices for creating art with youth in after-school settings.

Free breakfast and lunch provided.

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Teaching Artist Open Call
Sep
16
9:00 AM09:00

Teaching Artist Open Call

A collection of Bay Area Theatre Companies, Teaching Artist Guild (TAG) and Arts Education Alliance Bay Area are combining efforts to host an open call for Theatre Teaching Artists. We are seeking theatre artists of various levels of experience with students of various ages (K-Adult), and we particularly encourage bilingual teaching artists and teaching artists of color to apply. 

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Energy, Focus, and Creative Risk Taking:  Classroom Management for the Visual and Performing Arts
Sep
14
4:00 PM16:00

Energy, Focus, and Creative Risk Taking:  Classroom Management for the Visual and Performing Arts

Expand your toolkit by learning new techniques to help keep a class on track while being fun, engaging, and respectful of all of your students. Learn why were hesitant to use the term "classroom management" in our event description.

Read about how successful the event was last year. This year's event will have the same structure but with a new set of presenters.

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The Building Blocks of Trauma-Informed Classroom Practice
Feb
23
4:00 PM16:00

The Building Blocks of Trauma-Informed Classroom Practice

How do we create and support trauma-responsive work in our programs, teaching artists and practice? Carlee Adamson, Equity Coach with Oakland Unified Public Schools, will lead an interactive workshop exploring the building blocks of trauma-relevant practice.

image: Chikako Yamashiro, Your voice came out through my throat, 2009. Video. © Chikako Yamashiro. Courtesy of Yumiko Chiba Associates.

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One Minute Videos with KQED Learning
Jan
11
4:30 PM16:30

One Minute Videos with KQED Learning

In a special workshop for members of the Arts Education Alliance of the Bay Area, KQED Learning will teach participants to tell a short and compelling true story about your organization using just your phone and free online software.

This event workshop will take place over two sessions. Please, commit to attending both sessions.

  • 4:30-6:30 pm, Wed. Jan. 11, 2017

  • 4:30-6:30 pm Wed. Feb. 8, 2017.

Members only.
Register by December 20.

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