SLIDESHOW: Art and Inclusion in LO

On Friday May 24, 2019, Lake Oswego Junior High hosted Better Together Day, a daylong celebration of the diversity in the community that included a panel featuring Lake Oswego High School students, as well as workshops on a variety of subjects, including everything from gender identity and expression to the connection between culture and music theory. During Better Together Day, LOJ student Sarah Al Quirem and I led a discussion on using public art and spaces to promote inclusion. Below is a link to the slideshow (which includes a video) and screenshots from the presentation.

Note: Due to the fact that this is designed as a classroom discussion tool, there are many aspects that can't be reproduced in a static format. If you are interested in seeing this facilitated discussion live, please send your inquiries to the RtR email.

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