How access to the arts can transform our public schools and shape the state’s creative future

A conversation co-hosted by Turnaround Arts: California and Creative Artists Agency (CAA) Foundation

Tuesday, October 25th
8:30am – 9:00am: Arrival and Breakfast
9:00 – 10:30am: Panel Discussion
Location: Creative Artists Agency – 2000 Ave of the Stars in Los Angeles or via live stream

In the creative capital of the world, a staggering 61% of California public-school students don’t have access to the arts in school.

Join us for a lively conversation moderated by award-winning journalist Maria Shriver, with education advocates, artists and innovators on how access to the arts helped shape their own creative paths – and why it’s now more important than ever that all kids have access to the arts.

Panelists will discuss the joyful and transformative impact of arts education, how we can build equitable access to the arts, and how Proposition 28, the ballot measure facing California voters this fall, would help ensure students have dedicated arts and music instruction in California public schools.

RSVP to join us in person (space limited) or via livestream (details provided upon RSVP)
*proof of vaccination required for attendance*