STEAM Education, STEM to STEAM, Arts Integration

STEAM+ Education July 2017, Washington DC Program Announced













STEAM+ Advocacy and Engagement Program in Washington, DC.

To Register for the program, Click Here.

STEAM+ is proud to announce the launching of its program to better prepare educators, students and governments for growing intellectual demands, student performance, and creative thinking.

J Rêve International will organize a STEAM+ Professional Development program in Washington, DC to encourage arts education advocacy for multi-subject educators. The program is also geared to serve as a platform for global educators to engage one another on issues relating to development, learning, and implementation of arts education. The program event will run from FridaySunday, July 28-30th, 2017.

Download the Program Brochure: STEAM+ Advocacy and Engagement Program July 2017

C:\Users\HP\Desktop\Articles\Jacqueline\STREAM+ Advocacy and Engagement Program.jpgThe program will comprise series of roundtable workshops and panel discussions mainly on the arts and STEAM+ education. The STEAM+ program will feature a collaboration of interdisciplinary artists, policy-makers, and educators to deliberate and explore productive ways of incorporating art themes into interdisciplinary education. J Rêve International is taking the program beyond the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The + is being included to bring all educators in multi-subject, multidisciplinary and encourage them to explore the arts when teaching students in any discipline.

According to Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO, “Education is a basic human right and the foundation for more sustainable, inclusive and just development.” In other words, the importance of education cannot be over-emphasized. In the words of William Bennett, former US Secretary of Education, “The arts are an essential element of education, just like reading, writing, and arithmetic, music, dance, painting, and theater are all keys that unlock profound human understanding and accomplishment.”

To Register for the program, Click Here.

Event Details


FridaySunday, July 28-30th, 2017

  • Guided visit to the collection at National Museum of Women in the Arts (limited tickets, available upon request after registration on first come basis.)
  • Informational session about Paul S. Devroaux Memorial Lecture (architect of Pepco Building) and lecture with “Hidden Figures ” personality, Dr. Christine Darden, the first African-American woman at NASA‘s Langley Research Center promoted into senior executive servic.e
  • Briefing with the National Endowment for the Arts
  • Welcome meet and greet

Saturday, July 29th, 2017: Conference with Invited Speakers

    • Time: 10am-4pm
    • Location:
    • Pepco Edison Place Gallery, 701 Ninth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20068


    • 100+ participants (Educators, Art advocates, Artists, and Policy Shapers)

Sunday, July 30, 2017:  Visits to local museums and arts institutions:

Confirmed Collaborators

  • Paul S. Devrouax, Jr. Memorial Lecture (PSDML)
  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • US Department of Education
  • National Museum of Women in the Arts
  • Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture
  • Community MicroEnterprise Center
  • Wells International Foundation
  • Washington, DC Convention Center
  • Organization of Black Designers

You can find out more from the website: 

The cost for program participation is $200 (Early bird, until April 30th) and $250 (after April 30th). You can register online at Eventbrite at

J Rêve International LLC is registered with the NYC Department of Education (FAMIS) systems (as well as the City of New York, if required) under FAMIS vendor number JRE594342. The Early Bird rate is limited, and only available online at Eventbrite. Please email to request an invoice.

For your reference, here is the link to share a letter of invitation to educators:

Registration includes participation in the STEAM+ conference program. Lodging is a separate expense. We’ve secured discount rates at local hotels, please click “Visitor Info” for more information. If your school requires billing for both the conference and lodging together, please email us at

About J Rêve International

J Rêve International curates global arts education programming for  of artists, educators, programmers, students, and patrons who are passionate about the role that creativity play in our global lives. It cultivates creativity by educating and equipping current and future leaders with skills, experiences, network and knowledge necessary to be meaningfully creative.


To Register for the program, Click Here.

To get involved as a partner, volunteer, speaker, or for more information, please contact

Download the Program Brochure: STEAM+ Advocacy and Engagement Program July 2017


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