SERIES: Transitioning Arts Programming for Shelter in Place Audiences

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This series shares how community arts organizations are redesigning community programming in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. All engagements in this series are 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 is 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.

 

(Past webinar) April 8, 3-4:30pm ET: Peer to Peer Roundtable: How do we transition programming online effectively & equitably? 

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

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

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

 

 

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