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Transform Your Practice with Upcoming Leadership Development Webinars

The National Guild is committed to maximizing the creative potential of our communities by developing strong arts education leaders. In an ongoing series of webinars, experts in the field, including Ama Codjoe, Jan Masaoka, and John McCann, will be sharing transformative strategies on self-care and goal-setting, leading toward organizational sustainability, and staying focused and fulfilled as an executive leader. Learn more on our Online Learning page!


Guild Announces 2018 Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI)

The National Guild is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI). Now in its ninth year, CAELI provides an intensive, transformative experience through which both experienced and developing leaders advance their skills through a carefully structured, personalized program, working with top leadership trainers and nationally renowned practitioners.


Lead a Session at the 2018 Conference for Community Arts Education

Share your expertise with the field! The Guild is now inviting all arts education stakeholders to submit a session proposal for the 2018 Conference for Community Arts Education, the nation’s leading annual arts education gathering, to be held this year in Baltimore, November 14-17. The Conference provides support for expanding equitable access to arts learning opportunities in communities across the country.


Featured Member

Church Street School for Music and Art (New York, NY) provides process-oriented art and music education to students of all ages. The organization's affordable programs serve a range of socially, culturally, and economically diverse communities. Since its founding in 1990, Church Street School has been dedicated to the idea that individual experience and personal discovery foster creative thinking and confidence. As the only not-for-profit school for the arts in Lower Manhattan, it strives to serve as community center for the neighborhood: a safe place where students, parents, children and neighbors share creative experiences, where kids play and grow together, where those with the challenge of disabilities find a place to shine.

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