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“Transforming Urban School Systems Through the Arts” Forum

Join our friends and partners at Arts Education Partnership (AEP) for their national forum, Transforming Urban School Systems Through the Arts, this fall in San Francisco, CA.  Taking place during National Arts in Education Week, learn how arts education can help revitalize and reclaim urban school systems, re-engineer the future of America’s cities, and make […]
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Arts Education Meets Technology

Alabama has found great success in a new approach to arts education instruction by utilizing technology.  Through their ACCESS program, every school in the state has been provided with videoconferencing equipment to support arts education in interactive and creative ways.  The popularity of this approach has generated ideas about how to further arts education efforts […]
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ARTSEDGE Relaunched by The Kennedy Center

Verizon Thinkfinity partner, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts re-launched its website for K-12 arts education, ARTSEDGE on October 2 with an emphasis on innovative technology to support the teaching of the arts and the changing trends in education. ARTSEDGE is dedicated to bringing the arts directly to K-12 classrooms across the […]
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Tacoma Art Museum: School Tour Program

The Tacoma Art Museum’s guided and self-guided school tours provide students with an in-depth exploration of a specific current exhibition and relevant, accompanying art concepts. A two-hour tour can accommodate up to sixty students with an interactive gallery visit and a hands-on art lesson. Pre- and post-visit curriculum guides containing images, lesson plans, and background […]
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      Kicking off Arts Education Month, KING 5 reporter Christie Johnson highlights the important role of the arts in schools and the positive impacts on students participating in arts programs in a special education segment “What’s Cool in School.” ArtsEd Washington is featured with Carnation Elementary School, who is noted – along with Tacoma School of the Arts and Elk Plain Elementary – for their recent WA State School of Excellence in Arts Education award (a program of The Kennedy Center), that was presented by ArtsEd Washington in partnership with the Association of School Principals.   View the video