Atlantic Center for the Arts (ACA) is driven by a mission that focuses on multidisciplinary artistic collaboration and mentorship. Since 2015, ACA Arts & Wellness ambassadors have developed a shared culture and experiential method that connects the arts to community health. We invite teaching artists, community leaders, and healthcare professionals to learn these techniques and best practices in a unique academic forum held at the beautiful artist complex of ACA, featuring online and in person presentations. During the academy, participants will learn ACA’s organizational culture of public engagement that connect the arts to community health. The academy is taught by ACA ambassadors, staff, and invited guest leaders in the field of arts and wellness. The vision of this program is to advocate for social engagement, experiential learning, and creative thinking using the arts to define a holistic path to improve physical, mental and behavioral conditions.
Option 1 – On site at ACA main campus | $500 tuition includes access to all presentations, experiential workshops, networking opportunities, accommodations, and meals for 3 days/2 nights (April 15-17) at the ACA main campus in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. ACA has implemented a robust COVID-19 policy that limits capacity in studios, regularly disinfects common areas, and offers pre-plated meals. A copy of this policy is available on request. Click here to register for Option 1 – On site at ACA main campus
Option 2 – Online only | $125 tuition includes access to all presentations and experiential workshops via streaming platforms for three (3) weeks beginning April 15, 2021.
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Sponsored by the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation