Information Session: Arts for Social Change Master of Education Program

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Date(s): 
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - 17:00 - 18:00

Get Your Questions Answered and Learn More About our 2016 Curriculum & Instruction: Arts for Social Change Master of Education Program!

The M.Ed. in Arts for Social Change (ASC), the first to be offered in Canada, is designed for artists, educators, change-makers and others who wish to integrate arts-based practices and insights into their work for social change.

In this interdisciplinary program, students will develop and refine skills in arts-infused group facilitation techniques and the integration of ASC processes into diverse agendas for change. Students will have the opportunity to intern with local organizations engaged in arts-based community projects.

Against a backdrop of practical and ethical concerns, and in contexts both local and global, we will explore the arts as catalysts for change in a wide range of settings, among them:

  • education
  • health and well-being
  • intergenerational engagement
  • social and environmental justice
  • community development
  • policy change
  • conflict resolution
  • social innovation and social enterprise

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2016 Fall M.Ed. Program Information Sessions

Curriculum & Instruction:

Arts for Social Change

Ideally suited for: practicing artists, art educators at the K-12 and post-secondary levels, community activists, cultural workers, recent graduates and others who wish to integrate the arts and art-making into their work for innovative social change.

Location: SFU Vancouver
Start Term: Fall 2016
End Term: Summer 2018
Apply from: November 15, 2015
Apply by: March 15, 2016
Tuition 2015/16: $2,853.80/term

Wed. February 10
SFU Vancouver
5–6 PM, Room 2520

Thurs. February 11
SFU Surrey
5–6 PM, Room 2740

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Learn in a cohort setting of 18-24 students with classes scheduled in an evening and weekend format to fit the needs of working professionals. 
 
Apply today until March 15, 2016.