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Propose a workshop, lecture, program showcase, panel or short presentation to present at the Conference for Community Arts Education (Nov. 15-18 in San Francisco/Oakland, CA).
Deadline to submit: April 26
Creative youth development (CYD) organizations across the country—organizations that are using the arts to encourage positive risk-taking, promote leadership development, and build
career pathways—have a vision that overlaps with various youth-oriented sectors (e.g. workforce development, social services). The question for the field becomes: How can CYD and adjacent sectors actively identify shared priorities and break down barriers to effective partnership?
At a recent meeting at the Armory Center in Los Angeles, presented by the CYD National Partnership, a panel of experts representing a wide array of youth sectors examined that question. In the latest issue of GuildNotes, Cynthia Campoy Brophy, moderator for the panel and executive director of artworxLA, reflected on the vital themes that were discussed during the event.
You can read Cynthia's article here. The full issue of GuildNotes, including information on advocating for the NEA and rethinking your approach to leadership, is now available for Guild members.
The National Guild's 2017 Online Learning Series includes webinars and video chats designed to build your capacity in leadership development, creative youth development, arts in education, and nonprofit management. The series is free for Guild members.
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