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Event Details

June 2–3, 2022
8:00 am –3:00 pm


$100 per person
Group Discounts Available


Woodruff Arts Center Campus
High Museum of Art
Memorial Arts Building

Event Description

Presented by the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the High Museum of Art, the ninth annual Woodruff Arts Center Educator Conference will take place June 2–3, 2022, with in-person and virtual options. One of Atlanta’s most dynamic professional learning events, the Educator Conference will explore this year the theme of Rejuvenate, Recenter, Reimagine.

Participants will have the opportunity to

  • Reflect on a compelling, new theme: Rejuvenate, Recenter, Reimagine
  • Hear from outstanding nationally recognized keynote speakers
  • Experience world-class art at the Woodruff Arts Center
  • Connect with colleagues to create and share practical classroom resources
  • Explore an array of topics including Allyship and Anti-Bias, Arts Integration, Dance/Movement, Music, STEAM, Theater, and Visual Art


A conference pass ($100 per person) includes access to all in-person events, plus workshop recordings.

Discounts are available for groups of 5+ people (10%) and 10+ people (15%). If you are interested in arranging a large group order, please contact

Professional Learning Hours

The Woodruff Arts Center Educator Conference: Rejuvenate, Recenter, Reimagine offers up to 5.5 hours of in-person professional learning each day (11 hours of in-person professional learning total).

Additionally, workshop recordings will offer up to four hours of virtual, asynchronous professional learning.

Participants who attend the Educator Conference in person and access workshop recordings may complete up to 15 hours of professional learning total. Following the event, participants will receive a certificate to document the total number of professional learning hours completed.


To access resources from previous years, visit: Woodruff Arts Center Educator Conference.