Blog Posts for Arts Education

Finding My Purpose in Music City

Posted by Cori Emmett, Sep 16, 2016 0 comments

Walking down Broadway in Nashville, TN I instantly felt like I had arrived at the place I was meant to be. I could hear music pouring out of every door that I passed by, and I felt more alive than I ever had before. Within the first week of moving to Nashville I got to see Sheryl Crow at the Bluebird Café, and I knew that I had made the right choice in pursuing my dream of being a musician.

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Expanding the Spotlight on Dance Education

Posted by Shelli Margheritis, Sep 16, 2016 0 comments

Everyone can make a difference; together we can make a big difference by pushing to make sure arts programs continue to be funded and offered. By finding new ways to integrate and implement arts programs, we can help kids learn in creative and different manners.

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Part 2: Interview with Frank Gehry by Terresa McCovey, student at Hoopa Valley Elementary School

Posted by Jeff Poulin, Sep 16, 2016 0 comments

Renowned architect and Artists Committee member Frank Gehry talks about "The Simpsons," modern communication, and the difficult decision to change his name in part two of an interview with a California student.

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Part 1: Interview with Frank Gehry by Terresa McCovey, student at Hoopa Valley Elementary School

Posted by Jeff Poulin, Sep 15, 2016 0 comments

Renowned architect and Artists Committee member Frank Gehry talks about his inspiring grandmother, Frank Lloyd Wright, and defying a professor's expectations in part one of an interview with a California student.

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The Microeconomics of Music Education

Posted by Zachary Saffa, Sep 15, 2016 1 comment

This post has nothing to do with the financial implications of music, of the arts, or of education at all, and you won’t see a single chart or dollar sign on this page. Instead, I’m going to highlight a simple economic concept that many of you may have learned at some point, and see if we can use it to open up our minds to a new wrinkle in thinking about arts education.

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Arts Ed on the Bering Sea

Posted by Robin Child, Sep 15, 2016 0 comments

Fall is sneaking its way into the air slowly here in northwestern Alaska. Soon, the all-night sunshine will be but a memory, the ocean will freeze over, and my job, as an art teacher, will be even more important: we all know how a little creativity can lift the spirits and a little color can turn a dark day around.

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