CAEA logo horizontal2020 FALL CONFERENCE




Saturday, January 23, 2021

10:00 AM to 2:15 PM EST

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Flavia Zuniga-West

Flavia Zuiga-West is a full-time art teacher, writer, speaker and advocate, who lives and works in Los Angeles. Following her work with the American Alliance of Museums and her successes practicing culturally responsive teaching in the elementary, middle, and high school classroom, she birthed the Adding Voices Conference, the first ever conference to focus solely on issues of culturally responsive pedagogy in the visual arts and to create a community for art educators of color and allies.


Reframing & Marinating on Art History: Sustainable Strategies to Decolonize your Visual Arts Curriculum 

This is an interactive workshop that aids attendees who want to dismantle institutionalized racism in the Visual Arts. This workshop will guide you to question, assess, and change your curriculum to be culturally responsive to your students. Learn how to move away from a Eurocentric narrative and carve a permanent space for BIPoC & LGBTQ+ artists in your curriculum through authentic conversations, reframing, and critical analysis in the classroom. Here we will build your skills to re-contextualize art & art history by leading discussions using various critical lenses and walk away with resources to continue your work. 


For conference session descriptions, please see the website conference page

Please fill in all the registration Information.You MUST register online. If you are planning on receiving reimbursement from your school, we will provide you with a certificate of completion at the end of each conference. Please contact with any questions or problems.