This year’s season of EDTalks kicked off in January with two dynamic presentations from Kent Pekel (President and CEO of the Search Institute) and Sharon Henry-Blythe (leader of Visible Child Initiative at the Family Housing Fund). Coming up on Thursday, April 10, join us as we learn “Why Art Matters” and “The Discovery of Self” from DeAnna Dodds Cummings (Executive Director and co-founder of Juxtaposition Arts ) and Jane Barrash (Executive Director of Continuum Center and creator of the long-running Discovery of Self program).
Tane Danger (co-founder and host of Theater of Public Policy) is back in action and will be emceeing this free event. Join him for a night of great networking and insight as we explore these two topics. Make sure you register for your free ticket here. See you on April 10!
Details for April EDTalks: Why Art Matters for Urban Youth + Discovering the Power of Self
Date: Thursday, April 10
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM
Doors open at 5:30 PM
Event will be held 6:00-7:30 PM
Location: Honey in Minneapolis (205 East Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis)
EDTalks is presented by AchieveMpls and Citizens League in partnership with Twin Cities Public Television (tpt), Young Education Professionals-Twin Cities, and DRIVE Emerging Leaders.
It is sponsored by a generous donation from the Verne C. Johnson Family Foundation, which supports activities in the areas of education, youth and mentorship.