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Join the Be An #ArtsHero team as we discuss the creative economy and our work as an organization, with a focus on arts education advocacy efforts. With the help of our guests, we will discuss how COVID-19 has impacted schools, learning, and arts education programming, with specific focus on equity of access, learning loss, and the benefits of arts integration, Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and more!
Guiding this discussion is actor, writer, director, and teaching artist Fredi Walker-Browne (Rent) of Big Spoon Productions. Our special guests include Dr. Jennifer Katona (Founder and President of 3 Looms Creative Education Consulting/Visual and Performing Arts Sr. Manager, Norwalk Public School District), Dr. Dennie Palmer Wolf (Principal Researcher at WolfBrown and one of the leading arts education researchers and evaluators in the United States), and Michael J. Bobbitt (Executive Director of the Massachusetts Cultural Council and director, choreographer, and playwright).
About Be An #ArtsHero
Be an #ArtsHero is an intersectional grassroots campaign comprised of Arts & Culture workers, Unions, and institutions in the United States pushing the Senate to allocate proportionate relief to the Arts & Culture sector of the American economy.
Tue, March 23, 2021 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PDT