2013 Re-imagining Relationships Conference

Re-imagining Relationships

In the arts and in education, our work is all about our relationships. To advance our work at every level—personally, artistically, in our communities, and as a field—we need to deeply reconsider and re-imagine our relationships in fundamental ways. How do the spaces, the time, and the structures of our work influence and support—or compromise—the quality of our relationships in our classrooms and workshops, our partnerships, and as a field? What do we know from making art, building community, and the complex processes of learning that can help us rethink the who, how, where, and when of our relationships?

Re-imagining Relationships on October 25-27, 2013 This conference, like all CtC events, is for all those who work in the arts, education, or at the intersection of the two and who long for radical reconsideration of what this field can and should be.

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Check out past conferences:

Finding Voice, 2011

Building Community, 2009


  Re-imagining Relationships Video from Continuing the Conversation on Vimeo.

On Sunday, October 27, 2013, to end our conference, Karen Brennan led us in reflection through the creation of flip books. Here are our conference reflections:

Continuing the Conversation | Reflections Flipbook from Michelle Chung on Vimeo.

And here is a "behind the scenes" look at how the flip books were made: