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.
The Studio Pathways team developed Rise Up! An American Curriculum inspired by Hamilton: An American Musical, they co-created the curriculum to accompany Ava DuVernay's "National Day of Racial Healing", co-created the Othering and Belonging Curriculum for the UC Berkeley Haas Institute for a Fair and Just Society, and conducted advocacy and policy work with Create Justice program at Carnegie Hall. These are education superstars. You might not get another chance to learn from them in such an intimate setting.
Be a presenter. Six people will be selected to each give a 5 minute slide show (or video) of artwork created by their students in an after school or community setting. Each presenter will receive an honorarium of $50. Apply here.
Light breakfast and lunch provided.
9:00 - 9:30 am : registration, coffee, networking
9:30 - 11:00 am : Welcome remarks, keynote speech and group arts activity
11: 00 - 12:00 pm: breakout session
What do we want youth to know about graffiti? A meeting of the minds sponsored by the Where Art Lives program.
What impacts can cultural arts education institutions have? Including lessons from the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
Arts inquiry lessons that even non-artists can implement now.
12:00 pm: Lunch is served.
12:30 - 1:00 pm: Slide shows showing off student art.
1:00 - 1:30 pm: Closing with Unique Holland.
1:30 - 2:00 pm: Networking.
This conference is FREE to attend thanks to generous support from the San Francisco Arts Commission.