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Social Work Day 2019: The Art of Social Justice: Creating Community Change
- Monday, April 1st
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
2019’s Social Work Day will emphasize arts-based practice strategies for partnering with communities to create innovative social change/social justice initiatives. Within the field of social work we often talk about community practice, and community organizing as macro approaches to build large-scale movements or community-based programs to promote social justice. Within disciplines in the arts, socially engaged art is an approach that aims to create art that engages with the public and/or social issues within society. This year’s social work day theme aims to bring together approaches from within social work, the arts, and civic/community engagement in order to highlight some creative strategies for social change. This year’s agenda has keynote speakers Dwayne D. Williams, Ed.D and Ilene Berman, MFA as we as a choice of five afternoon workshops.
This event is free to attend but you must register to reserve your place. 6 hours of cultural competency CEUs are available for LSW, LCSW, LPC and LCPCs for $60.00. If you are a Fall 2018-Spring 2019 Field Instructor for the Illinois State University Social Work Department then the CEU fee will be waived.
Please use this registration form link to reserve your place and select the afternoon workshop.
- Alumni Center
1101 N. Main Street
- (309) 438-4781