The Southeast Center for Education in the Arts (SCEA), an outreach department in
the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, is
committed to the promotion and delivery of quality arts education for all learners.
SCEA serves a diverse population of educators and practitioners to strengthen and
deepen arts-rich curriculum and instruction in a variety of school and community environments.
SCEA activities include professional development programs, workshops and residencies,
consultation services, and the convening of an annual arts and education forum.
What is education for?
Facilitating Arts-Rich Curriculum & Instruction
2014 Fall Arts & Education Forum
October 16th-18th, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Join us for interactive sessions and robust discussions investigating the practice
and purpose of quality arts education. New one-day registration options and save when
you register for Friday and Saturday together! Limited spaces available! Register
We've moved our annual Arts & Education Forum to the Fall! Join us for a two-day event
where we'll experience a high quality arts education program in its context, engage
in robust discussions and interactive sessions, and watch a live performance of a
community-centered work of art.
Arts specialists and literacy teachers have been collaborating on interdisciplinary
units of study. Interdisciplinary units developed over the summer are currently being
taught in classrooms across Hamilton County schools and at Bradley Academy in Murfreesboro,