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Upstream Arts Teaching Artist & Spotlight Educator Training

Access isn’t only about ramps and sign language interpretation; access is an attitude! The Art of Access is an interactive training that examines how to universally design performances, exhibits, educational programming, and other events for people of all ages and abilities. We adapt this program for a wide range of participants—artists, educators, support staff, curators and organizations—anyone interested in using an artistic lens to learn best practices and tools in making their work or services accessible to the most diverse of audiences.

Julie has worked in the disability and nonprofit communities since 1997. She is the Co-founder and Executive Director of Upstream Arts, an innovative nonprofit organization which uses the arts to develop the social and communication skills of individuals with disabilities. Founded in 2006, Upstream Arts has rapidly become an emerging, cross-sector leader at the intersection of disability, arts and learning. Upstream Arts now annually works with 100+ partners and serves 5000+ people of all ages and abilities. Julie facilitates trainings for social service organizations, schools, districts, and arts organizations on arts based instructional strategies, universal design for learning, access and inclusion.

Upstream Arts will offer 2.5 clock hours/ CEU’s for educators in this training.

Date: October 1, 2018

Time: 4 – 6:30 p.m.

Location: 900 Hennepin Avenue

 

Upstream Arts Teaching Artist & Spotlight Educator Training