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Program Information

TCAP's 11th Annual Courageous Creativity Conference
Registration:  Open
Program Hours:  30
Cost:  $485.00
Activities:  0
Program Start Date:  June 21, 2017
Program End Date:  June 23, 2017
Seats Available:  21

Sponsored By

The California Arts Project (TCAP)

Program Location

1717 S. Disneyland Dr.
Anaheim, CA 92802

Program Site

The California Arts Project: Leadership and Development Center

Program Resources

2017 TCAP Courageous Creativity Conference Registration Form

Program Contact Information

Kris Alexander
kalexand@csusb.edu
909-537-7542

Program Registration

This program is open to all interested teachers.
There are no restictions on registration.

Program Cost: $ 485.00

Please complete the registration form and mail, email or fax to The California Arts Project.

Please make registration payment payable to: UEC at CSUSB. 

Email: thorntjc@csusb.edu

Fax: 909 537-7545 

Mail:
The California Arts Project
5550 University Parkway, FOB 249
San Bernardino, CA 92407

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TCAP's 11th Annual Courageous Creativity Conference

About The Program:


TCAP’s Courageous Creativity Conference is designed for K–16 arts education leaders, educators and decision makers.

A well-rounded 21st Century Education that prepares students for college and careers includes Arts Education

  • See and Experience Arts & Entertainment in Action
  • Guest presenters including Disney’s Martin Sklar, Retired Executive Vice President & “Imagineering Ambassador”
  • Informative Arts Education Breakouts
  • Panel of Walt Disney Imagineering Creative Artists
  • Networking with Educators from across the State

TCAP encourages teams from schools and districts!

  • K–16 Administrators
  • VAPA Department Chairs and TOSAs
  • Career Technical Education Administrators
  • STEM or STEAM Teams
  • Post-Secondary Arts or Education Faculty
  • Counselors
  • School Board Members

TCAP’s Courageous Creativity Conference is designed for K–16 arts education leaders, educators and decision makers.

This unique leadership conference provides a space to become informed, learn from industry leaders and arts educators, and engage in conversations on topics critical to arts education.

The conference’s format is not a “hands-on” art making/engagement workshop. This conference does not provide participants with lesson plans or classroom activities.


Activities (0)

 
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