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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:  4

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

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. 


Fax: 909 537-7545 

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)

No Activities Found for this Program.