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Artist Employment On the Rise – Will Students Be Prepared?

A recent Research Note, Artist Employment Projections through 2018, from the National Endowment for the Arts’ Office of Research and Analysis examines the projected growth of artist occupations through 2018.  The research indicates that art occupations will increase by 11%, which is similar to the rate projected for overall labor force growth (over 10%).  In […]
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What’s Arts Education Month & What’s My Role?

Arts Education Month is a special opportunity in Washington state to publicly spotlight the critical role of arts learning in a complete and balanced education, and demonstrate the value of arts education to elected officials and school boards. We cannot define a complete education without the arts. In a world where innovation and creativity are […]
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Help All Kids get the Arts!

In Junior High, Dee Dee Catalano played the violin. She was shy and playing in the school orchestra gave her a place to belong. “I liked playing the violin, but it was more rewarding to play in a group,” she says, “Plus, it gave me a social group to belong to, a creative outlet and […]
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    • Mike Sellers

      “Every time I observe an integrated arts lesson in a classroom, I find our highest levels of student engagement. Whether it is readers’ theater or a visual art component to math, reading, or social studies, many of our students who struggle with behavior or engagement issues rise to the top and then this carries over to the rest of their work.”

      Mike Sellers
      Armin Jahr, Bremerton School District