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Sep 19, 2013

At this year's Conference for Community Arts Education (Oct. 30 - Nov. 2), you'll gain inspiration and new ideas from an all-star line-up of nationally renowned experts and practitioners. Check out our 2013 keynote speakers and National Guild honorees:

Shirley Brice Heath, Leadership Award
Professor, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Shirley Brice Heath has led groundbreaking research on the impact of community organizations and informal learning environments on youth and community development, and is passionately dedicated to increasing equitable access to arts learning opportunities for all. Learn More

Don Marinelli, Keynoter
Co-founder, Entertainment Technology Center , Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Donald Marinelli is the co-founder of Carnegie Mellon University's world-renowned Entertainment Technology Center in Pittsburgh, PA, and a former professor of drama and arts management at CMU. He retired from CMU in April 2012 after 31 years of service. Learn More
Warren Simmons, Keynoter
Executive Director, Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, Providence, RI
Warren Simmons directs the work of the Annenberg Institute for School Reform (AISR) at Brown University and team-teaches a course in Urban Systems and Structure in Brown University's urban education policy master’s program. AISR’s mission is to improve outcomes and practices in urban schools, especially those serving economically disadvantaged students. Learn More
Dennie Palmer Wolf, Service Award
Principal Researcher, WolfBrown, Cambridge, MA
Dennie Palmer Wolf is a principal researcher at WolfBrown, an international arts research and consulting firm specializing in cultural planning. Wolf focuses on the design, implementation, evaluation, and research that help communities examine and improve how young people and their families’ gain access to learning, culture, and creativity, in and outside of formal institutions. Learn More
Pictured Above: (Top, Left to Right) Shirley Brice Heath, Don Marinelli, (Bottom, Left to Right) Warren Simmons, Dennie Palmer Wolf

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