San Francisco communities continue to strain under the effects of gentrification. Who gets to determine neighborhood identity? What role can youth-serving organizations play?
We gather together a cross section of organizations to connect with each other and develop our beliefs, methods and practices in service of youth culture.
Our keynote presenters this year will be Mariah Rankine-Landers, EdM, Jessa Brie-Moreno, MFA, and Unique Holland, MNA co-founders of Studio Pathways for Inquiry, Reconciliation, Art, Liberation, and Love. The S.P.I.R.A.L. process combines powerful arts-integrated, culturally responsive frameworks with tools and strategies that support inquiry, embodied learning, and community building to support lasting change.
This event is free thanks to sponsorship for the San Francisco Arts Commission, but registration is required. Click through to register.