The International Arts Education Week aims at increasing the international community’s awareness on the importance of arts education and at reinforcing its co-operation by promoting cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue and social cohesion.
the resources produced by UNESCO for 2021 commemorations are linked below:
- The 2021 International Arts Education Week website
- The video message from Assistant Director-Generals for Education and Culture
- Educator testimonies from ensuring arts education throughout the COVID-19 pandemic - scroll to the bottom of this webpage
May, 24-30, 2021
This year, the World Alliance for Arts Education and its members joins UNESCO in celebrating the week alongside the global arts education community to acknowledge the important role arts education plays for social inclusion.Download here the poster 2021,
Individuals and organizations around the world are invited to participate in the global celebration of arts education in three simple ways:
Use the #ArtsEdWeek on social media through Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook
2. Learn Together.
Participate in the series of online learning opportunities hosted by the World Alliance for Arts Education and its members
3. Share Your Work.
Share with your colleagues what you are learning about how arts education can play an important role in the lives of children and youth, families, and communities WAAE will showcase submitted programs through a virtual space .
Iinformation about the International Arts Education Week 2020 celebration is available in our official language:
- Information in Arabic
- Information in French
- Information in Japanese
- Information in Mandarin
- Information In Portuguese
- Information in Russian
- Information in Spanish
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