2017 AME LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
Sponsored by the California Department of Education
“Innovations in Creative Industries”
March 20-21, 2017
AME Institute Location and Registration Costs
Doubletree by Hilton
Mission Valley, 7450 Hazard Center Drive
San Diego, CA 92108
Regular Fee: $260
Expires March 3, 2017
Late Registration: $280
Doubletree by Hilton, Mission Valley
7450 Hazard Center Drive
San Diego, CA 92108
Cost: $155 Expires February 27th
Day $10 (self parking)
Overnight $15 (self parking)
Jan & Dean
Hit Surf Duo
Dean Torrence was the co-founder, co-lead singer, and co-writer of the hit surf duo, JAN & DEAN. Dean first teamed up with Jan Berry in the 1950's while they both attended High School in West Los Angeles. Read more click here.
Dean, USC Roski School of Art and Design
In May of 2013, Erica Muhl was appointed as the founding executive director of the USC Iovine and Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation, which welcomed its first freshman class in fall 2014. Click here to learn more about Erica Muhl.
Devon Irete is a commercial producer, whose career has spanned from East to West coast working alongside directors, editors, and creatives on commercials for top brands and organizations. To read more about Devin click here.
Director of Education
Brian has traveled an unconventional and all-together unintentional education career path. Starting as a teacher in a rural high school in far Northern California, a few unusual forks in the road eventually evolved into assignments with the US Office of EdTech (OET) in DC, read more about Brian here.
Milton Bowens was born and raised in Oakland, California. This sparks the questions of his unique signature, Milton 510. His work has been reviewed in numerous publication, including, The Sacramento Bee, The San Francisco Chronicle, and the Los Angeles Times. To read more about Milton click here.
2017 Workshop Breakouts:
Model Demonstration Site Sessions Featuring Various AME Pathway Designs
Job-Alike Breakout Sessions Featuring Theatre, Dance, Music, Animation, Media/Film, Media/Graphic, Media/Photo, Music Recording, Technical Theatre, TV Broadcasting, Visual Art, Game Design, and Administration
Pathway Specific Workshops Featuring Hands-On Interactive Sessions
CTE Informational Breakouts-AME 101, Credentialing, New Funding for CTE Facilities, Career Course Curriculum, Industry Connections, CA Film Commission, How to Partner With Industry
Sessions Featuring Panels of Industry Professionals
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Featuring Keynote and Speakers
Who Should Attend?
Industry – Arts, Media, and Entertainment professionals who want to network with AME teachers in the schools
Administrators – District, school, and county offices
Teachers – CTE and Arts teachers who teach within a CTE AME, Fine Arts, or STEAM program
Teachers – Any teacher interested in building an AME program
Counselors – Any counselor who has an AME program in their school
CTEIG, CCPT, SSP and California Partnership Academy funds can be used to attend the AME Leadership institute 2017.
The second annual Arts, Media, and Entertainment Leadership Institute,
"Investing in the Future of Creative Indistries," on April 4 & 5, 2016 was a great success.
"This was great; hit all aspects of a great experience – good quality info, variety, relevance, student voice, and statewide leadership. Great work!"
"Relevant, useful, now, great networking and positive speakers !"
"All of the sessions I attended were super applicable. I will literally use pieces of them in my classroom tomorrow."
"It is great to know we are all doing what is good for kids!"
"I made several important connections; helpful specialist gave deeper insight into specific technical issues."
"Very knowledgeable experts and excellent choice of topics."
"Look forward to 2017! Inspiring, realistic, useable ideas."
"Loved the industry panels."
"Inspiring talks; best keynotes I’ve experienced at a conference ever."
"Very engaging and relevant."
"Very inspiring and filled me with energy !"