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"With the launch of the Community Arts Education Resource Center the Guild is even more efficiently connecting best practices in the field directly to the leadership of its member organizations."
Michael Walsh, Executive Director, Multnomah Arts Center
Designed especially for staff, faculty, and trustees, the online Resource Center is an ever-expanding, comprehensive guide to managing a successful community arts education organization. Full and Educational Affiliate Members can access peer-reviewed information, learn effective practices, and download field-tested templates and sample documents, expediting the search for information and answers.
Community arts education basics - research, benefits, and start-up steps
Governance principles, board roles, and board-building strategies
Connection with community for greater access and inclusion
Assessing programs, students, teaching artists, staff, and boards
Building, expanding, improving, or moving
Faculty & Staff
Policies and practices for supporting teaching artists and staff
Financial management principles and techniques
Essentials of resource development
Marketing & Communications
Building visibility and promoting programs
Mission, Vission & Planning
Guideposts for decisionmaking
Options and approaches for successful relationships
Developing effective, sustainable programs
The Resource Center is a members-only benefit. Take a look at what's available here.
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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