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A curated list of resources to support teachers with making the transition to virtual learning in the fine arts, many of which are being offered for free in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
“Learning happens any and everywhere,” Aleesia Johnson, Interim Superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS), expresses as she responds to a question about the importance of arts and culture field trips, or what she calls “field lessons”, for students. This was one of many topics that came up when Johnson joined the new President & CEO
On March 7, 2019, Yalonda Brown and Sarah Mihich from the Indiana Youth Institute presented to a group of local arts education programmers and advocates who were interested in hearing about what specific challenges children in Indiana are facing – children who are the direct beneficiaries of their programs and services. The data presentation was driven
When it comes to reading and literacy, 3rd grade is a pivotal year, and both students and teachers at James Russell Lowell Elementary School 51 feel the pressure. It’s why they’ve committed themselves to implementing innovative strategies to meet the needs of their students, including a three-year Any Given Child Indy initiative to boost literacy
The Arts Council of Indianapolis (ACI) Board of Directors has appointed Julie Goodman as President and CEO following a national search led by Arts Consulting Group. Goodman will join ACI March 4.
The Arts Council of Indianapolis is offering $5,000 to underwrite school bus transportation in 2019. Funds are available through January 13, or until all the funds are all distributed. All central Indiana schools are eligible, public, private, and religious and field trips support access to six Indianapolis-based organizations, The Children's Museum
Beginning today, central Indiana teachers will have 24/7 access to 100+ arts & cultural offerings through one website, IndyArtsEd.org. The Arts Council of Indianapolis launched the state’s first online Education Provider Directory thanks to an $80,000 grant award from the Glick Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF). It is
The Arts Council of Indianapolis has been awarded an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in the amount of $50,000 to support arts education in Indianapolis. This grant is among the $80 million approved by National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu as a part of the NEA’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year
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