The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has announced the Tacoma School of the Arts (SOTA) as one of four recipients of its National Schools of Distinction in Arts Education Award for the 2010-2011 School Year. The award recognizes successful arts programs, and the integration of the arts as an essential aspect of
The Tacoma Weekly highlights the success of Tacoma School of the Arts on their achievement as a School of Excellence in Arts Education, awarded by ArtsEd Washington earlier this spring. The school joins Elk Plain Elementary and Carnation Elementary as a nominee for the national Schools of Distinction award in arts education, which will be
ArtsEdWA In the News: Woodinville Weekly Highlights ArtsEd Washington and Carnation Elementary for “School of Excellence” Award
The Woodinville Weekly spotlights ArtsEd Washington and the Riverview School Board as they recognize Carnation Elementary for their School of Excellence Award, as part of the Schools of Distinction Award presented by the Kennedy Center. Read more about Carnation Elementary and the other School of Excellence Award winners.
After receiving a state School of Excellence in Arts Education award, Carnation Elementary is recognized by their school district for their outstanding achievement. As one of three schools to be awarded this title, Carnation Elementary – as well as winning schools Elk Plain Elementary and Tacoma School of the Arts - have been submitted to
It is with great delight that we announce the winners of the Washington State Schools of Excellence in Arts Education award; congratulations to Carnation Elementary, Elk Plain School of Choice, and the Tacoma School of the Arts! These schools represent the best in arts education for Washington state as they compete for the national Schools
Examiner.com, April 6, 2011 Actor Kevin Spacey has been on the arts advocacy circuit: he spoke at Capitol Hill commemorating Arts Advocacy Day, gave the keynote address at the Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy at the Kennedy Center, and made an appearance on Hardball with Chris Matthews – all to advocate for
This short film, developed through a partnership of Arts/Learning and the Kennedy Center, details how arts education impacts children’s development. To view the video, please click here.
This ArtsEd Washington Advocacy Tip is based on material from the Advocacy Committee of the Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network, of which ArtsEd Washington is a member. It’s time to get started on a new year of advocating for arts education. Our state’s Legislative Session is just around the corner, which means right
Dear WA Arts and Arts Education Advocates, While we know your are busily preparing for your Thanksgiving holiday, we felt it was important to communicate this important update on the elimination of funding that will impact arts programs. The Senate is set to vote on an amendment from Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) on Monday, November
"The Kennedy Center supports this work because it engages the primary school leader and decision maker in planning arts programs... The [PAL] program design includes networking opportunities for principals so they can share best practices across school sites. Few initiatives provide such a high level of sustained support for principals." Barbara Shepherd, Director of National