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The latest edition of GuildNotes is hot off the presses! Members can now download Issue 2, 2015, of our quarterly newsletter.
The 2015 Conference for Community Arts Education will be presented November 11 - 14, 2015, in Philadelphia, PA.
Guild Director of Program and Membership Strategy Heather Ikemire represented Guild members at the 2015 Arts Education Partnership (AEP) National Forum.
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At the 2015 Conference for Community Arts Education, leaders in the field will give you a fresh perspective on your work.
We are delighted to announce this year’s Guild Ambassadors! The Guild’s new Ambassador Program is designed to strengthen and build relationships between our members.
Join us in Philly as more than 600+ arts education leaders explore innovative ideas and practical strategies for growing programs, increasing impact and participation, securing financial support, and ensuring equity.
We are pleased to announce that Sabrina Malik has joined the Guild staff as development and administrative coordinator.
Baltimore. Charleston. Ferguson. How do arts education leaders respond?
In the latest issue of GuildNotes, we explored this question by speaking with Renée Watson, former associate director of professional development for DreamYard Project in the Bronx, who now works with organizations that are hoping to align their internal structures and practices with a justice-driven mission. Renée discusses ways in which systemic oppression can manifest within our institutions and why a focus on organizational change is critical to achieving social justice more broadly.
At the Conference for Community Arts Education, Renée, along with Ama Codjoe (DreamYard Art Center), will take a deep-dive into this vital topic during their preconference, Social Justice Beyond the Classroom: Moving Toward Equity and Organizational Change.
Photo: Village of Arts and Humanities, Philadelphia, PA
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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