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As an elementary student long ago, I looked forward to the art teacher wheeling her cart into the room, and felt proud as we cut, pasted, painted, and colored. I recall heading to the music room where we sang from songbooks, and I even took piano lessons after school. I remember those as times I felt capable and smart in new ways. In junior high and
A few weeks ago, my trip to New York via a quick visit to see my family in Philadelphia became a long snowbound weekend. Of course, I welcome any excuse to spend time with my 3-year-old granddaughter, and she didn’t seem to mind the confinement at all. She dragged out a number of potential costumes for her living room dance production, turned on the
Three representatives of the Community Arts Team went to Washington, DC in February to attend the Any Given Child Exchange. Seventeen community teams were represented from Alaska to Florida, including first-year participants and a seventh-year participant. It was two days of lively and informative exchanges of ideas and best practices for arts integration
Ahmed Young, Director of Education Innovation from the Office of Mayor Hogsett opened today’s meeting of the Community Arts Team. He shared his story of the transformative power of the arts in his own life that led him to not only learn the violin, but ultimately led him to go to law school and serve as a prosecutor. It is one of the many hundreds
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Please join WFYI, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Public Schools, the City of Indianapolis’ Office for Education Innovation, and IndyPL in a Conversation about Education at Central Library on March 14 from 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
In kicking off our first Community Arts Team (CAT) meeting for Any Given Child in September, members of the CAT were first met with a singular question: What was our earliest recollection of participating in the arts? Thinking back through the years and fond memories of K-12 visual arts classes, learning about the history of jazz and soul music from
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