New research from the Hewlett Foundation illuminates how powerful arts education practice fosters belonging and social justice, and holds space for young people to create art, themselves, and the communities in which they want to live. The authors of the study will engage participants in exploring Ten Dimensions of Powerful Arts Education Practice—building blocks for community organizations that engage young people in transformative arts and culture practice. They will also share how they partnered together as a researcher and practitioner to facilitate a collaborative, intergenerational, research process with the goal of embodying the bridging, belonging and creativity at the heart of powerful arts education.
Creating Belonging & Justice: Ten Dimensions of Powerful Arts Education Practice
Researcher Matt Klepfer will attend this webinar on cutting-edge research on arts education.