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Our Code of Best Practices provides standards in the areas of quality, accessibility, and accountability and describes the kind of organization we serve best.
Come together with our vibrant network of community arts education professionals to share knowledge, resources and strategies for success. Our dynamic network of more than 450 arts education organizations includes community schools of the arts; arts centers; and arts education divisions of performing arts institutions, universities, museums, and other organizations. They are located in urban, suburban and rural communities in 45 states.
A Full member is a tax-exempt organization or government agency, or division thereof, which offers arts learning opportunities and is committed to the values of quality, accessibility and accountability.
An Education Affiliate is a for-profit organization that offers arts learning opportunities.
Business Affiliate membership is for companies or organizations seeking visibility and participation in the community arts education field.
An Individual Affiliate membership is for individuals who support the corporation's mission and values.
The Performing Arts Workshop, San Francisco, CA
Performing Arts Workshop (the Workshop) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and basic learning skills through the arts. The Workshop believes these skills are vital for school, work and life in the 21st Century. We help over 9,000 San Francisco Bay Area youth a year receive the education they need and deserve.
Mark DeGarmo & Dancers/Dynamic Forms Inc., NYC
Mark DeGarmo & Dancers/Dynamic Forms Inc. (MDDF) provides a comprehensive arts experience to students from economically disadvantaged circumstances producing both positive academic and social results.
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Priscilla Dreyman, Executive Director, Spiral Arts
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