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Eric Bachrach, Community Music School of Springfield
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Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, AZ
The Mesa Arts Center is located in the heart of downtown Mesa, Arizona and home to 14 visual and performing arts classrooms in addition to its four theaters, five contemporary art galleries, and a linear outdoor plaza. The facility is an architectural showpiece and a destination for Phoenix-area visitors. The Center's mission is to inspire people through impacting and engaging arts experiences that are diverse, accessible, and relevant.
South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA
South Shore Conservatory proudly celebrates more than 40 years of enriching lives through music and the arts. Serving more than 2,500 students of all ages and abilities, SSC is the largest community school for the arts in Massachusetts, ranking 17th across the nation. With two state-of-the-art facilities and Community Partnership programs, SSC offers performing arts instruction, music therapy and performances throughout the region.
Robyne Walker Murphy, director of membership development and engagement, details how DreamYard Art Center used a half-day program to help high school-aged students contextualize and heal from the death of Trayvon Martin.
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The Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI) is now taking applications. For more information on the program and how to apply, join us for a webinar on February 23.
On November 11, 2015, The National Guild and Creative Philadelphia hosted a free, public forum at the Philadelphia Clef Club. A complete recording is now available.
Reflections from delegates on the 2015 Conference for Community Arts Education.
That’s the headline I would give the Teaching Artist Development track at the National Guild’s Conference for Community Arts Education this year in Philadelphia.
Planning for Leadership Transition
How to Do Creative Placemaking
Unlocking Title I Funds for Arts Education to Achieve Title I Goals
2013 Benchmarking Report: Teaching Artist/Faculty Hourly Wage Rates
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