Cultivating Equity and Justice: Professional Development Workshop
NOTE DATE CHANGE
Please join this very special professional development workshop for BIMA staff, volunteers and teaching artists exploring cultural identity, cultivating equity and justice with co-facilitators Daemond Arrindell and Tina LaPadula of HeArtWork Collective. Funding for this event is provided through a grant from the Washington State Arts Commission's Art in Education Program.
Wednesday, January 17, 1-3pm
DATE CHANGED: Saturday, January 27, 11am-1pm
Registration is required for this event, space is limited.
Coffee, tea and light snack provided.
About HeArtWork Collective's Co- Facilitators:
Tina LaPadula Over the past 2 decades Tina has poured much of her creative energy into teaching artistry and equitable arts access efforts with Seattle Public Schools and especially with Arts Corps, the award winning arts education non-profit she helped found in 2000. Tina is a catalyst and connector, adept at building spaces for diverse communities to create and learn together. As a teaching artist Tina has taught residencies and out of school time classes at various sites including, Centrum Arts, Seattle Childrens Theatre and The University of Washington. She regularly facilitates workshops on social justice and arts learning for Seattle Public Schools, the
Seattle Mayors Office of Arts and Culture, Parks and Recreation and local and national conferences. Tina is the former co-chair of the Association of Teaching Artists and a faculty member and coach for the NEA funded WA State Teaching Artist Training Lab. Her perspective and leadership in arts education has been featured by the Americans for the Arts and The Guild for Community Arts Education.
Daemond Arrindell is a poet, performer, and teaching artist. Faculty member of Freehold Theatre and co-facilitator of poetry and theater residencies at Monroe Correctional Complex for men; Writer-In-Residence through Seattle Arts & Lectures' Writers in the Schools Program; Arts Corps and Seattle Universitys first course in Slam Poetry. He has performed in venues across the country and has been repeatedly commissioned by both Seattle and Bellevue Arts Museums. In 2013, he was selected for the Jack Straw Writers program, published in Specter magazine and selected for 13 for 13, a joint project between the Seattle Times and KUOW profiling thirteen influential people in Seattles art scene. More recently he was a 2014 VONA Voices Writers workshop fellow and is the newest faculty member of TAT Lab - the Washington State Teaching Artist Training Lab.
Please contact Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at email@example.com or 206.451.4004 with questions.
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Classroom (View)
550 Winslow Way East
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
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