On Saturday, April 30, the California Alliance for Arts Education will host the Student Voices Summit & Screening at the San Francisco Art Institute. The Summit will bring together students from all over California for an afternoon of student-led advocacy workshops, master classes with celebrated artists Christopher Coppola, Isa Borgeson, and Delroy Lindo, and the chance to see student videos on the big screen.
Together with our event hosts, the California Arts Council, Oakland School for the Arts and the Walter & Elise Haas Fund, we are pleased to offer this free event, open to all California public school students in grades 7-12, teachers, and parents. Space is limited and registration is required.
If you, your school or organization are interested in bringing a group of students to the event, please email us.
The Student Voices Campaign empowers students to make their voices heard in their local school district. Students take part in a video advocacy campaign that offers them a real-world opportunity to author content, communicate creatively and practice civic engagement. The Summit is the culmination event for the 2016 campaign. Learn more at www.studentvoicescampaign.org.