Join this free, online art teacher conference with presentations from art educators to energize you and engage your students, all from the comfort of home!
Last spring, over 8,000 art educators tuned in to watch 50 incredible presentations over 5 days for the first ever Call to Art Un-Conference.
We talked about artworks, STEAM, TAB, equality and inclusivity, working with clay, teaching online, classroom management, and so much more. The art education community came together to support one another during a time of great uncertainty.
For many of us, this school year is still filled with uncertainty and our calendars are blank instead of filled with opportunities for conferences, connections, and professional development.
The call to art is louder than ever. Our students need us, and we need each other. That’s why I’m thrilled to announce the second Call to Art Un-Conference! Just like last time, real art educators are joining us to share their knowledge, passion, and expertise with the art education community.
Free Online Conference for Art Educators
Call to Art: An Un-Conference for Art Educators
Free to Attend during Conference
When you register, you have the option to grab an on-demand pass for extended access + PD certificates for each session.
I did not get an email with today’s videos… how can I get back in?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you the link!
I bought the after pass for the Call to Art. I cant find how to get back in to relisten to the information. I also am not sure which email address I used.
Please contact us email@example.com and we will send you the instructions.
I didn’t realize until I signed up that there is no time given. Does this mean the un-conference will be taking place all day during our teaching day?
Hi Margaret! Each of the five days, we’ll release new presentations. They’ll be free and available to watch the day they are released from 6am to 10pm until the end of the conference. You can see what is scheduled so far when you register and click Access Summit, then Schedule. Then you’ll be able to bookmark which presentations you want to be sure you’ll watch. See you there!