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2017 Online Learning Series

The National Guild's 2017 Online Learning Series includes webinars and video chats designed to build your capacity in leadership development, creative youth development, arts in education, and nonprofit management. The series is free for Guild members. Prices vary for non-members (Learn more about membership).
 

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Resources Available from 2017 Conference Planning Meetings

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Guild staff recently met with leaders in arts education in the Bay Area and Pasadena, to discuss and identify critical issues and opportunities affecting their communities and the field. Attendees provided critical insight and resources that will help inform programming at this year’s Conference for Community Arts Education.

Our notes and resources from these meetings are a valuable tool for anyone interested in proposing a session to lead at the conference.

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Featured Member

The Potomac Arts Academy, a vital part of George Mason University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, brings quality arts instruction to the Northern Virginia/DC region through innovative and inspiring programs in music, theater, visual arts, film & video, computer game design, and dance.  Along with year-round classes and private lessons, Potomac offers over 50 summer programs including teacher-training and enrichment opportunities.  After-school and outreach programs, currently serving over 600 students, bring the number of annual participants to over 4000. Creating strong bonds between George Mason University faculty and students, professional artists/performers, and the surrounding community, the Potomac Arts Academy ensures a vibrant future for the arts in their region and beyond.

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