Human-Centered Approaches in a Time of Crisis
This series is now completed. You can find the webinar recordings below.
This series focused on what it looks like to center people and community well-being in our responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. These online convenings were designed for anyone working in the field of community arts education to listen, learn, and share ideas with one another. Except where otherwise noted, all engagements were open to all youth and adult practitioners, teaching artists, and cultural workers in community arts education. You can find all COVID-19 response webinar recordings here.
April 2, 3-4:30pm ET: What is a human-centered approach? View Recording
April 7, 3-4:30pm ET: How do we center people in making policy and financial decisions? (Part 1) View Recording
April 9, 3-4:30pm ET: How do young artists center and support each other? (Part 1) (Youth Only—Ages 13-24. Adults are kindly asked to attend the intergenerational webinar on April 23) Recording Available Upon Request to Youth Participants
April 14, 3-4:30pm ET: How do we center people in making organizational policy and finance decisions? (Part 2) View Recording
April 15, 3-4:30pm ET: How do we practice self-care in times of crisis? View Recording
April 16, 3-4:30pm ET: How do we talk with our boards and funders about what we need short-term and long-term? View Recording
April 21, 3-4:30pm ET: How do we reset expectations during COVID-19? View Recording
April 23, 3-4:30pm ET: How do we center and support young artists in this time? (Part 2) View Recording