Arts Uplift! Arts, Access and Inclusion in PreK – Grade 3

Join your colleagues to learn about arts, access, and inclusion in early learning communities. The Arts Uplift! conference brings together early learning educators, arts specialists, teaching artists, counselors, administrators, and caregivers working to expand accessible arts instruction in their communities. Participants gain tools for their own creative growth and teaching practices.

Save the Dates: August 2 – 4, 2022

  • A FREE virtual conference for educators, teaching artists, and leadership across Washington State
  • Free Clock Hours and Stars Hours available

ArtsWA strives to make all events welcoming and inclusive. We are working hard to integrate accessibility practices into all our learning spaces. All Arts Uplift! sessions will be auto-captioned, American sign language-interpreted, and Spanish language-interpreted.

Questions about accessibility?

Contact Alexis Sarah, Arts in Early Learning Project Manager.

Email: alexis.sarah@arts.wa.gov

Phone: 360.228.6359

Registration will open in late May

Learn more about the 2021 Arts Uplift! Conference

Watch our event summary video!

Find out more about the conference, and what our event partners and presenters have to say about the event.

Video produced by Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Download the Event Program

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Conference Partners

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Students on Orcas Island display handmade art projects. Photo courtesy of Orcas Island Educational Foundation.
student creating art
Silver Ridge Elementary student applies ink with a brayer to her relief printing plate in Meredith Essex's artist residency.
students create art projects
Students from Lincoln Elementary begin coil pots during a workshop at Gallery One facilitated by Lead Artist Bonilyn Parker
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