Announcing Ingenuity & the CPS Department of Arts Education's Arts Education Conference 2020: Amplifying Essential Voices
In support of the continued collaborative work between teachers and arts education partners, Ingenuity and the CPS Department of Arts Education are excited to present this year’s Arts Education Conference: Amplifying Essential Voices. We are thrilled to once again provide an opportunity for Chicago’s arts education sector to grow in new understanding, gain and share skills, and develop the vital relationships that allow our individual and shared work to flourish and thrive.
Keynote Speaker: A 45-minute address from a soon-to-be-announced inspirational thought leader in the arts education field.
Practice Sessions: 60- or 120-minute presentation and practice sessions that:
Art-Making Workshops: 60- or 120-minute highly-interactive demonstration or experiential sessions that:
Arts and Technology Maker Space: An interactive maker space with learning stations where participants can engage in collaborative or individual exploration of a number of tools and resources that promote technology-integrated learning in the arts classroom.
Networking Breaks: 30-minute breaks between sessions to allow participants ample time to build new connections, nurture existing relationships and spark collaboration.
Friday, April 17, 2020 | 8:30AM-3:30PM | Location TBD
Registration for the Conference will open at bit.ly/Arts-Ed-Conference2020 on January 17, 2020.
Propose a Conference Session!
Share your knowledge! This is a wonderful opportunity to inform and inspire your colleagues and community. Ingenuity and the CPS Department of Arts Education are seeking proposals from arts partners, teaching artists, teachers, principals
and administrators that prioritize the representation and amplification of essential voices, experiences and perspectives within the following threads of learning:
Advancing quality arts teaching and learning practices that support the needs of diverse populations.
Helping learners build and sustain long-term arts-based and community-centered relationships.
Helping arts teachers, arts partners, families and community members advocate for, develop, and sustain arts-rich policies, programming, and practices at local and national levels.
Proposals will go live at bit.ly/ArtsEdConProposal2020 on January 6, 2020.