Where to Start with Arts Advocacy Brought to you by Andria Rodebaugh, ArtsEd Washington Intern, University of Washington Graduating Senior Advocating for the arts can seem like a daunting task when you don’t know where to start. Through my recent Artivism 2.0 training I was able to get a grip on where to start as
ArtsEd Washington invites you to join the statewide public awareness campaign in May. Community participation is critical to the success of Arts Education Month. Our dedicated partners include Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Arts and Washington State Arts Commission.
ARTS ARE CORE There are certain statements you'll never hear: Writing is an elective. Math is only available as part of after-school enrichment. A parent comes in once per semester to do Science with the kids. We have a local Reading group visit the school to meet standards. It should be just
A SNAPSHOT OF THE STATE OF THE ARTS Cornerstones of Creative Capacity (C3) is a research project designed to support equity in arts education by (1) identifying the current arts education infrastructure reality in school districts throughout King County, Washington and (2) determining infrastructure essentials to sustain arts education as defined
Presenting to your school board or other arts education decision-makers can be easy! Just download and go! If you're interested in advocating for arts education in the schools in your community, but don't know where to start, START HERE. Talking to your school board and other decision-makers about the importance of arts education is
2016 Proclamations & Resolutions Governor Inslee's Arts Education Month Proclamation ArtsEd Washington Arts Education Month Resolution Arts Education Month Proclamation from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Arts Education Month Proclamation from Washington State Arts Commission Bethel Public Schools Arts Education Month Proclamation City of Bainbridge Island Arts Education Proclamation 2015 Proclamations & Resolutions