Representation and Inclusion Through Visual Art

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Educational Resources as Both Windows and Mirrors Into Diversity, Access, and Inclusion

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As educators, how can we be sure that the resources we select for our classrooms are inclusive and representative of diversity and the lived experiences of our students? We'll answer that question in this workshop as we examine visual arts resources used both in arts and academic learning spaces. We can be sure we are reaching our students with relevant materials without being heavy-handed about it. Take a fascinating look at how paintings, sculpture, literature, and more can reach our kids and engage them in ways we never imagined.

Inner-City Arts always uses the arts as the starting point for learning. No prerequisite knowledge is needed. All workshops are interactive and hands-on, even online.

Join us for the rest of our Fall workshops!

[PLEASE NOTE: Inner-City Arts Professional Development will typically send the Zoom Link-Invitation the same day of the workshop, within 2 hours of an event's start time. Additionally, by registering for this event you consent to Inner-City Arts' use of recording or images from this workshop for instructional or promotional purposes.]


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Associate Director of Professional Development, Tiffany Owens, designs and leads adult learning at Inner-City Arts, which includes training for educators, parents, guardians and other adults who support students in arts, arts-integration, academics, Social Justice, Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and other areas of pedagogy. She also leads and supports internal staff development for Inner-City Arts. Tiffany is a veteran credentialed educator and administrator, Drama teaching artist, actor, event producer, and adjunct faculty at Antioch University Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.

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Founded in 1989, Inner-City Arts is a learning oasis in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. Under the guidance of professional teaching artists, Inner-City Arts’ students are immersed in a safe and supportive environment where they may engage in a variety of visual and performing art forms in a studio setting. Services include core classes during the instructional day for grade K-8 students, after school and weekend workshops for teens and creativity based professional development training for educators. Children who attend Inner-City Arts develop skills that are highly valued in the 21st century workforce such as collaboration, creativity and critical thinking.

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