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13 Sep 16 - Arts Education News

Are You in Favor of Arts Education? Poll Results
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - As the school year gets underway, New Jersey residents deem more than just “reading and writing and 'rithmetic” valuable to a child's education. Ninety-five percent believe an education in the arts - which can include dance, ...

Biennial Arts Education Conference to be held in Phoenix Oct. 24
The 2016 Joint Arts Education Conference will take place on Monday, Oct. 24, at Herberger Theater Center in Phoenix. The biennial statewide conference is a presentation of the Arizona Commission on the Arts and the Arizona Department of Education, ...

Quick Refresher: Here Are Mellon's Goals for Liberal Arts Education
Which is why we hope you didn't miss an important piece penned earlier this year by Mellon VP Mariët Westermann titled "Six Things to Know about the Mellon Foundation's Goals for Liberal Arts Education." She wrote it back in February, and it explains a ...

Gibbes museum boosting arts education for Title 1 students
The Gibbes Museum of Arts is working to boost arts education in Title 1 schools with a special “Arts Access” program for students.

Educators come together for arts education week
Ross said teachers are asking themselves, “How can we take the arts and mingle it with other to bring (other) subjects alive?

The Future of Arts Education is a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy at the Podium
I was proud to represent the arts among the country's foremost leaders in the field of education, and the White House gathering buzzed with excitement as we waited for President Obama to arrive.

Encouraging Schools to Use Title I Funds for Arts
It's National Arts in Education Week, and in New Jersey, two new efforts are underway to help bring arts to more schools. One is part of a growing trend of states encouraging schools to use Title I funds to support arts education; the other is a ...

Basket raffle to raise funds for arts education
The ensemble's mission is to bring the arts to local communities who do not have access to arts education. The touring program is designed to inspire people of all ages through performances and workshops of the creative, transformative power of theater.

Report: Promoting Detroit's design legacy, arts education for children key to creative economy
Michigan's kids aren't getting enough arts education, and the state isn't capitalizing on Detroit's considerable design legacy.

NJ Arts Advocates Launch Arts Ed Now - Warren NJ News - TAPinto
WARREN, NJ - New Jersey arts education advocates today launched a multi-year initiative, Arts Ed Now, to increase arts education participation in the schools.

Good News Liberal-Arts Majors: Your Peers Probably Won't Outearn You Forever
When asked to define the résumé traits that matter most, however, the NACE-surveyed employers rated technical skills 10th. Four of the top five traits were hallmarks of a traditional liberal-arts education: teamwork, clear writing, problem-solving ...

Arts education builds skills for life
The week of Sept.11-17, 2016, has been designated by congressional resolution as Arts in Education Week. For these seven days we will celebrate the powerful influence that dance, music, theater and visual arts can have on the lives of students and ...

One-quarter of Australians do not visit art museums, survey finds
One-quarter of Australians never visit art museums, and young people and those with lower educational and income levels are less likely to recognise artists whose work is collected by publicly funded galleries. A survey of 1200 people also suggests age ...

Students take action against Sydney University over Sydney College of the Arts closure
Tim Heiderich did not come to Sydney to fight for its arts culture. The former software developer left a six-figure job in Los Angeles to come to Sydney to complete a masters in film.

National Dance Institute (NDI) Announces Traci Lester Joins As Executive Director
NEW YORK, Sept. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- National Dance Institute (NDI), the non-profit arts education organization founded in 1976 by legendary ballet dancer, Jacques d'Amboise, announces that Traci Lester joined the organization as Executive Director.

Letter: Arts education important part of curriculum
STEM. is all the rage. Science, technology, engineering and math programs dominate our middle and high schools, and this makes some sense in this technological age.

John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture Series hosts visiting artist Lois Hetland
The Penn State School of Visual Arts (SoVA) will host a visit by artist Lois Hetland as part of its John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture Series.

Report: Promoting Detroit's design legacy and arts education for children are key to creative economy
Michigan's kids aren't getting enough arts education, and the state isn't capitalizing on Detroit's considerable design legacy.

Commentary: TD Bank, MAC partner to promote arts education
Begun in 2002 with three federal grants totaling $2.1 million, SmartARTS is a collaborative venture with a mission to connect students, artists and teachers to deeper learning and self-awareness through integrating the arts in all areas of education ...

Importance of arts education
New data is being released about the importance of access to arts education in public schools. Executive Director of the Texas Cultural Trust Jennifer Ransom Rice explains.



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