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The latest edition of GuildNotes is hot off the presses! Members can now download Issue 1, 2015, of our quarterly newsletter.
The 2015 Conference for Community Arts Education will be presented November 11 - 14, 2015, in Philadelphia, PA.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the CAELI Alumni Network!
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Jonathan Herman, executive director of the National Guild, is participating in “New Strategies,” a nonprofit revenue management program.
We are pleased to announce that Drew Malmuth has joined the Guild as program and communications coordinator.
We are pleased to announce a brand new Guild program designed to strengthen and build relationships between our members and increase opportunities for idea sharing, collaboration, and peer-to-peer learning.
We are pleased to announce that Robyne Walker Murphy will join the Guild staff as Director of Membership Development and Engagement.
At the 2014 Conference for Community Arts Education, keynote speaker Kevin Kirkpatrick gave us an exclusive look at the first phase of a long-term, collaborative initiative to build public will for arts and culture as a recognized, valued, and expected part of everyday life. The initiative is being led by Arts Midwest and Metropolitan Group with leading funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. A full recording of this keynote address is now available to watch online.
Now that the project is moving from the formative research phase into implementation, we checked in with Kevin to find out more about what's been accomplished so far and what he and his colleagues have learned. Read the full interview, appearing in the latest edition of GuildNotes.
Progressive Arts Alliance, Cleveland, OH
Progressive Arts Alliance (PAA) provides experiences in the contemporary arts that stimulate critical thinking and promote progressive thought. PAA's educational programming centers around utilizing the popular arts as a compelling educational tool. PAA seeks to make the arts accessible to students of all ages regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, education, or income level.
Harlem School of the Arts, New York, NY
Since its founding in 1964, the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) has transformed the lives of tens of thousands of young people ages 4-18 through world-class training in the arts. HSA offers children and young adults in Harlem and beyond the freedom to find and develop the artist, student, and citizen within themselves in an environment that teaches discipline, stimulates creativity, builds self-confidence and adds a dimension of beauty to our students' lives, empowering them to become the creative thinkers and innovative leaders of tomorrow.
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