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CONNECTION // WELLNESS // ARTS EDUCATION
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
― Margaret Mead
We're the team
Our team is curated from teacher candidates within the faculty of education at the University of Ottawa. We are dedicated to creative placemaking, holistic wellness, and social justice arts education. By creating intentional communities of inquiry we continually strive to take ownership over our own professional development as educators, especially during times of widespread isolation and uncertainty.
join our network of creative educators
Our collaborative digital zine
Collaborative digital activity facilitated by Hilary dow and created using Canva.com
Sign up for zinefest 2022! (DATES TBD)
Become a part of our creative network of educators.
uottawa on-campus artworks
This spring, our mural team will be completing a a Community Arts Education themed mural that embodies our shared values and the experiences we have all faced as students and new educators during the pandemic — both locally and globally.
Follow us on social media to see live updates about our progress on mural-making, taking place on the uOttawa campus coming this Spring 2022!
Check out our in-house creators
graphic designer & communications specialist
Sara is the creator of all our Community Arts Education graphics, website videos, and the CAE logo. In addition to acting as CAE's in-house graphic designer & communications specialist, Sara will also be a member of the team completing our large scale artworks on the uOttawa campus this summer, and a presenter in the Social Justice Arts Education Webinar Series.
Check out sara's digital hub: https://www.saracamus.com/
Julia helped ideate and create the project proposal for Community Arts Education (originally "A/R/Tography" proposal). As founder of the project she has aided in the organization of meetings, volunteers, events and creation of the Community Arts Education website. She will also be helping facilitate some large scale artworks on the uOttawa campus this summer and facilitating events in the Social Justice Arts Education Webinar Series.