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AA Racism in Art Ed-2021.pdf
Gary Waddell’s book about the Art of Leadership
The ArtsEd Connect mini-grant program allows for Santa Clara County educators to apply for either $250 or $500 grant that can be used for art materials, a specific art project, or an art experience. We really would like to distribute these mini-grants to as many Santa Clara County educators as possible. The application is simple and takes less than 5 minutes to complete.
Please fill out the short application (5 minutes or less to complete) to request funds.
Complete ArtsEdConnect Mini Grant Application (Google Forms)
021721 Youth Art Resolution.pdf
We are trying to gather information from educators statewide to help us re-envision a state Arts Education Framework rollout. Please send the following information and request to educators and administrators in your county. We are hoping that you, as an administrator, will also click on the link below and take the short survey. We intend to use this data to inform our planning for next steps with our state Arts Education Framework.
Arts are Education is a new national campaign in support of arts education for all students. Looking ahead to the 2021-2022 School Year.
For more information please visit the
Arts are Education website.
These results are preliminary and will be further defined as the study continues. These preliminary results are to assist in the safer return to performing arts activities. This study focuses strictly on the distribution of respiratory aerosol that is generated while playing wind instruments, singing, acting, speaking, dancing, and in a simulated aerobic activity, which may potentially contain virus. This study is based on previous research that shows the virus which causes COVID-19 can travel in respiratory aerosol. This study then was designed to identify performing arts activities that generate respiratory aerosol including volume, direction, density, and mitigation strategies. Aerosol is defined as solid or liquid particles suspended in a gas. For more information, please click
here, or download the report below:
In their continued effort to support virtual and blended learning, KQED is offering several media-rich, digitally-savvy PD courses and media project focused workshops this winter and spring. Teachers can attend an upcoming workshop or join a longer KQED Media Academy facilitated course. For more information, please click here or use the following link to see the list of workshops and courses:
The NAEA ED&I Commission is initiating a pilot scholarship opportunity that is designed to increase equity, diversity, and inclusion in the field of visual arts and design education and remove barriers to access for underserved and underrepresented individuals. This pilot will support ED&I-focused visual arts educators, with a priority focus on first-time attendees of the NAEA National Convention and Preservice visual arts and design students.
The scholarship award will cover the registration fee for the [VIRTUAL] 2021 NAEA National Convention and one year of membership to NAEA (not to be combined with state association membership).