■ Southern Counties California Arts Project (SouthCAP) is committed to supporting educators as they assist all students in meeting their full potential academically, personally, and professionally. Southern Counties California Arts Project does this through its professional learning and leadership development programs.
Located in the School of Music and Dance at San Diego State University, SouthCAP offers research-based professional learning aligned with the California Arts Standards, the California Arts Education Framework, as well as California’s standards in Career & Technical Education, Career & Technical Education, English Language Development and Common Core Content Literacy for Technical Subjects.
SouthCAP provides professional learning programs for educators in the three southern most counties in California.
- San Diego
Pending, [email protected]
P: (909) 537-7542
F: (909) 537-7545
San Diego State University
School of Music and Dance
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 92182-7902
CSMP Region: 9
SouthCAP Regional Programs
San Diego Area Arts Leadership Community 2021–2022
Southern Counties California Arts Project (SouthCAP) and SDCOE partner in facilitating the San Diego Area Arts Leadership Community. This community of San Diego county TK-12 school district arts leaders investigate arts education topics and current research to maintain awareness of issues and policies impacting arts education in California. The community provides a system of support for San Diego County arts leaders to share, reflect, problem solve, and learn from each other, especially in our current circumstances with shifting contexts in face-to-face, virtual, and hybrid models of instruction. The Community is limited to San Diego County arts leaders.
Please contact SouthCAP at [email protected] for more information on joining this community.
Southern Counties California Arts Project’s Arts Education Network
The SouthCAP Arts Education Network convenes online once per quarter supporting K-12 through post-secondary dance, media arts, music, theatre, visual arts, and CTE AME educators to further equitable, standards-based arts education that promotes students’ artistic literacy. In these unprecedented times the Networks forge new opportunities for teachers and administrators in the arts to connect, collaborate, exchange ideas, share experiences, and stay informed of regional and statewide arts education issues and topics. Network session time will be 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Please contact SouthCAP at [email protected].