What’s the future of arts education? Recently, Kadenze and Artzray banded together for their first-ever Twitter chat to discuss the topic using the hashtag #FutureofArtsEd. We were joined by an exceptional panel of moderators with the intent of sparking a conversation about the future of creative education. This chat fortunately exceeded expectations, so much that the #FutureofArtsEd started trending while the discussion was happening. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of everything that went down.
Q1: In your opinion, what’s the future of creative education?
Q2: How can the 21st century bring art into everything we do? #FutureofArtsEd
Q3: How has technology impacted the current state of creative education? #FutureofArtsEd
Q4: What new teaching models and trends in art education are on the horizon? #FutureofArtsEd
Q5: What will creative education look like in 10, 15, 20 years? #FutureofArtsEd
Q6: How will K-12 arts education need to adapt? #FutureofArtsEd
Q7: Will technology drive equity and access to arts learning? #FutureofArtsEd
Q8: How will the pipeline to arts careers and the creative economy be developed? #FutureofArtsEd
Ajay Kapur, President & CEO of Kadenze, Associate Dean for R&D in digital arts, at California Institute of the Arts –@Ajay_Kapur
Perry Cook, Co-founder and Executive VP of Kadenze, professor (emeritus) at Princeton University –@HumbugSonicArts
Owen Vallis, Vice President of research and data analysis at Kadenze, professor at California Institute of the Arts –@OwenVallis
Ian Temple, Founder & CEO of Soundfly – @ianrtemple
Zoe Young, Editor-in-Chief at Soundfly – @learntosoundfly
Amy Bond, professor at OTIS College of Art and Design – @otiscollegebond
Priya Shekar, Program Director at Real Industry – @th3freq
Jordan Hochenbaum, Chief Creative Officer and Vice President of engineering at Kadenze, professor at California Institute of the Arts – @Jnatanh
Parag Mital, Director of Machine Intelligence at Kadenze – @pkmital
Harmony Jiroudek, Director of Academic Customer Relations, and instructional designer/producer at Kadenze –@harmonyjiroudek
What’s your opinion on the future of creative education? There’s no right or wrong answer, because we won’t know until the future gets here! What we CAN say, is that we at Kadenze are doing our part to contribute to it.
We’ll be hosting another Twitter chat with Artzray in the near future. Stay tuned for more details!