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ARTS ADVOCACY AND LEADERSHIP

The Creative Voice as a Tool For Change MINI-COURSE Arts Partners

Essential Question Teaching Artists

Arts Teachers

How have artists throughout time and place leveraged their collective artistry as a tool to make a change and provide critical perspectives on the world’s inequities? This mini-course for self-identified cultural workers and educators will explore the innovation of merging art with activism. Arts activism can yield memorable experiences that can have a lasting impact on both audiences and students. Mini-course facilitators will hone in on interests specific to participants by tailoring the content of sessions to meet their immediate needs. Subjects explored in this interactive and practicallygrounded mini-course will include a combination of the following topics: ∞ An introduction to the principles of arts activism ∞ How artists have engaged in various forms of arts activism throughout time on a local, national, and global scale ∞ How participants can use their own creative voice to advocate for change across artistic disciplines ∞ Collaborative design of multi-disciplinary projects with the potential to yield innovative practice in the field

Alignments Arts Partner Standards of Practice: ORG 1a, 2a | INST 1a, 2a, 3a Framework for Teaching: N/A

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Amplifying Essential Voices: Professional Learning Catalog, 2019-20 School Year  

Ingenuity and the CPS Department of Arts Education are pleased to present the 2019-2020 Professional Learning Catalog, Amplifying Essential...

Amplifying Essential Voices: Professional Learning Catalog, 2019-20 School Year  

Ingenuity and the CPS Department of Arts Education are pleased to present the 2019-2020 Professional Learning Catalog, Amplifying Essential...