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The National Guild has produced a new report with data and best practices collected from partnerships between arts education organizations and public schools. Titled The Practice of Partnership: High-Impact Arts Education Partnerships with K-12 Schools, the report details characteristics of successful collaborations supported by the Guild’s nine-year MetLife Foundation Partners in Arts Education Program (PIAE).
Our kids tell us that it doesn’t matter if you are 7 or 17. When you walk into Raw Art Works (RAW) for the first time, there is one response: I want to belong here. RAW creates a culture where every artist feels welcomed, connected, and committed to the community. RAW is there for kids when they struggle with a piece of art or a piece of their lives. Using a wide range of media from paint to film, fabric to found objects, kids create art that cannot be ignored because of its quality and content. Their art speaks. It reveals a meaningful part of them that needs to be seen and heard, without being judged. RAW’s clinical art therapists and professional artists build meaningful relationships with each kid, helping them see a broader palette of life choices. They challenge them to change negative patterns while giving unrelenting support to reach what may seem unattainable.
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