Transitioning Arts Programming for Shelter in Place Audiences

This series is now completed. You can find the webinar recordings below.

This series shared how community arts organizations are redesigning community programming in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. All engagements in this series were open to any community arts education practitioner who is responsible for community engagement and/or student programming. In the spirit of co-learning, each engagement was designed for practitioners to listen, learn, and share ideas with one another in addition to show-casing solutions or problem-solving for specific media or audiences. You can find all COVID-19 response webinar recordings here.

April 8, 3-4:30pm ET: Peer to Peer Roundtable: How do we transition programming online effectively & equitably?  View Recording

April 17, 1-2:30pm ET: Community Think Tank: How might we reach audiences on the other side of the digital divide?  View Recording

April 24, 1-2:30pm ET: Peer to Peer Roundtable: How do we reach students with arts learning when schools are closed? View Recording

May 1, 1-2:30pm ET: Community Think Tank: How do we design for sustained learning over long periods of time? View Recording