Call for Proposals for the 2018 Arts Ed Alliance Curriculum Slam
Art as Collective Movement Contribute. Communicate. Collaborate.
April 19, 6:00pm, at Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco Register now to attend.
The Curriculum Slam is a showcase of the creativity, critical thinking, and innovation that arts educators bring to their classrooms.
Presenters will have 7 minutes to share their story. Each presentation will consist of 14 PowerPoint slides with only 30-seconds to speak about each slide. Interested in presenting?
Are you an arts educator serving San Francisco or the greater Bay Area? Do you have an innovative and/or interesting way of facilitating student voice and creative expression? We want to hear your story.
To apply, send us a proposal that includes the following:
Your name, phone, email, your role (e.g. dance teaching artist, high school visual arts teacher, musician, middle school science teacher),
Your idea for your presentation (150 words max),
How this practice/lesson/pedagogy relates to the theme: “Art as Collective Movement Contribute. Communicate. Collaborate.” (150 words max),
Proposed “grabby” title (15 words max),
Brief bio (150 words max),
Photo of you that can be shared publicly if you are selected,
Include your name and “CPE” in the subject of the email.
Submissions are due by 5 pm on March 19, 2018 to email@example.com . Selected presenters will receive a $100 honorarium for their participation. Limited coaching available to prepare for the presentation. Expectation is that you’ll be available for 2 preparatory phone consultations and able to arrive at 4 pm on April 19. Watch for blog posts featuring videos from the 2017 Curriculum Slam.
For questions, email Liz Ozol, AEABA Executive Committee member at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*This was scheduled for April 12, but will be changed so as not to conflict with the 1st Annual State of the Arts.