Show Your Work — stories of arts education in LA
We wanted to learn more about arts education in the Los Angeles area, especially the people teaching it. That’s why we asked current and former teachers how their students and work have shaped their lives: maybe poetry helped bring a shy student into the conversation, or a drawing provided insight into a student’s emotional struggles.
We asked, and you answered.
On Saturday, March 9 at 11am in KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum in Pasadena, arts education reporter Carla Javier will host an event featuring current and former art teachers and teaching artists from around Southern California sharing their stories of using the arts to connect with their students. They’ll discuss with Carla how they see their roles in their schools and their communities —and the highs and lows they experience doing their jobs.
Sofia Cuevas – Santa Ana High School
Learsi Martinez – Youthbuild Charter School, El Monte
David Early – Rancho Los Alamitos National Rehabilitation Center
Are you interested in sharing your story about a time when using or teaching arts made a difference? We want to hear from you.
KPCC is a non-advocacy, nonpartisan, nonprofit media organization. The views and perspectives presented in this event do not constitute an endorsement by KPCC.