This virtual day-long professional development retreat will be rich with opportunities to practice creativity and learn how it is connected to racial equity and inclusion. This institute is open to all teachers and administrators and K-12 students and is co-produced with San Mateo County Office of Education, Santa Clara County Office of Education, Alameda County Office of Education, Stanford Live, Young Audiences of Northern CA, KQED, and the San Mateo County Office of Arts and Culture. The day features a keynote by Studio Pathways asking the question "Do Your Lessons Love Your Students?," a special presentation of Youth Poet Laureates, and more than 15 breakout sessions to choose from! The workshops will highlight key strategies to interweave student engagement and voice, social-emotional learning, trauma-informed practices, diversity, equity, and inclusion in all five arts disciplines. We look forward to seeing you on 2.2.22!