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2021 Fall Conference
Exhibitors • Guide to Conference Funding • Master Classes • Workshop Proposal Submissions (no longer accepting)
Please join us for our CAEA 2021 Fall Conference, November 4–7, 2021 in Anaheim.
For up-to-the minute conference details, including complete master class descriptions, please download the CAEA 2021 Conference app.
This year’s conference will focus on two themes:
Create + Celebrate: Hands-on art-making workshops, including demos of actual learning activities and lesson ideas for students. Participants will come prepared to create and to celebrate being in community after spending so long apart!
Art, Equity, and Justice: How can art educators work toward social justice? Share your most impactful Culturally Responsive Teaching, Critical Pedagogy, or Anti-Bias/Anti- Racist teaching practices, strategies, and curricular resources.
Conference registration includes:
• Admission to all conference workshops
• Two keynote speakers
• Three featured artists
• Friday evening gala and dinner
• Transportation to Saturday evening Santa Ana Art Walk
Several master classes will be offered at the 2021 conference for an additional cost; please click on the master classes webpage for details.
CAEA 2021 Conference Covid Protocol
CAEA conference guests will be required to bring proof of a Covid vaccination or negative results from a Covid test that has been administered within 72 hours prior to attending the conference. Attendees will present verification during the onsite registration. Masks will be worn in accordance with county guidelines, and additional masks will be provided as needed.
CAEA Conference App
Get the latest information on the CAEA conference with the CAEA conference app. Update your page with information, send messages to friends, and encourage them to be active as well.
You might be asked for a password when you click on the app link. If you don’t remember your link from previous conferences, click forgot my password and Socio will fix that. Once in the app, you might be taken to the CAEA Community page---THIS IS NOT the conference app. In the upper-left corner, you will see a little rectangle with an arrow. Click on that icon, and it will take you to the conference app. Once you open the app, please note there are TWO pages of icons for you to explore; just swipe as you do on your phone. If you can’t access it on the phone, you can use the weblink access. Keeping checking back as we add more and more to the app to keep you informed about the conference. The wall will be opening soon with our first chance to win a prize. Be sure to upload a picture of yourself for your profile!
If you have any issues, just let us know. Socio or CAEA will help you out. [email protected]
An original member of the Feminist Art movement, California based artist Nancy Youdelman began her career as an art student in the early 1970s under the tutelage of iconic feminist artist Judy Chicago. Youdelman earned her M.F.A. in Sculpture from U.C.L.A., and her work expresses a concern for preserving her gender’s memories and experiences. Click the link to read more about Nancy.
Dionisio Ceballos (b. 1972, México City) is a multidisciplinary artist known for his murals, and luminous, colorful abstract work. Ceballos has discovered a prolific language in the constant exploration to extract the mystical, the natural accidents – the substantial. The studies of light, the translucency and the ludic atmospheres are characteristics of his work. His paintings become a translation of the chaotic towards the graceful – from the unpredictable to the essential.
Ceballos' website: http://www.dionisio.com.mx/