San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join Arts for All for a workshop exploring
Adobe Youth Voices Essentials
Thursday, November 1, 2012
3:00 - 6:00 PM
Adobe Youth Voices Essentials provides free curricula and tools for educators to inspire young people to create media on topics they care about.
Teachers, Teaching Artists and Arts Education administrators are invited to attend the workshop to learn how to:
- effectively use Adobe's database of creative media making activities and curricula
- and engage students in effective youth media making in the classroom and afterschool.
No software or technical expertise required.
It is suggested that you bring a device with internet access to the workshop.
Based on the best practices of educators from around the world, Adobe's curricula promotes youth expression, creativity, and engagement, helping young people build critical 21st century technology and life skills.
Adam Shaening Pokrasso, Lead Technical Trainer for Adobe Youth Voices, as well as an experienced recording engineer, multimedia producer and technical trainer.
Patricia Cogley, Senior Program Manager for Adobe Youth Voices, Corporate Social Responsibility, Adobe
When & Where
Arts for All
Arts for All is the Los Angeles County arts education initiative dedicated to making the arts core in K-12 public education. Established in 2002 by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors as a partnership between the County’s Arts Commission and Office of Education, Arts for All supports and connects school districts and arts organizations working to advance quality arts education for the County’s 1.6 million public school students. Currently, Arts for All fosters the implementation of arts instruction in 58 of the 81 Los Angeles County school districts as well as two charter school networks through policy development, strategic planning, grants to improve teaching and learning, advocacy, research and partnership building among stakeholders.