Our Conference for Community Arts Education is shaped by the remarkable voices, cultures, perspectives, and backgrounds of the community arts field. Every year, we are humbled by the contributions of practitioners that are working on-the-ground, transforming communities through the arts.
The Conference for Community Arts Education program will include a wide range of events: full-day pre-conference training institutes, roundtables, workshops, working meetings, networking events, site visits, plenary sessions, consultations, panel presentations, and more. We encourage Guild members and practitioners in the field to propose sessions on topics of import to the field, sharing expertise and informed perspectives. Priority is given to sessions which include representatives from more than one organization, working together to advance understanding and break new ground for the field.
Learn more about how to craft a strong proposal in this webinar. Session proposal are due May 3; learn more about submitting a session proposal here.