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We are excited to introduce Voices for Any Given Child Indy, a new initiative that will give leaders in the Indianapolis community the opportunity to focus on issues in arts education and in the community, as well as their personal investment in the success of Any Given Child Indy.
Are you a parent? What are your thoughts on your child's current arts education? We want to know! Come join the dialogue about arts education following the Art & Soul performance by Asante Children's Theatre at 12:15 pm on February 20 at the Indianapolis Artsgarden. Everyone is welcome to attend and join this important discussion.
What a powerful and amazing meeting we had today! Special kudos to IPS and to the Mayor’s Office for supplying the rich survey data on attitudes and services. Also, special thanks to Rilyn Gibson for the insightful comparative analysis to the arts organization survey data. We’ll take the next six weeks to review and reflect on the data before coming
WFYI's No Limits host John Krull featured Any Given Child Indy on his January 5, 2016 program. John interviewed Ernest Disney-Britton, Director of Grants Services and Arts Education at the Arts Council of Indianapolis, and David Newman with Indianapolis Public Schools (who oversees arts programs and is on the Community Arts Team) about Indianapolis'
Today’s meeting was fast and furious! We began by adopting a vision statement: "The Community Arts Team is committed to ensuring ongoing comprehensive and quality arts education for all K-8 students in the Indianapolis Public Schools. We will unite schools with the diverse cultural richness of our community to engage and inspire students to create,
The second meeting of the Any Given Child Indy Community Arts Team, led by the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts opened with a welcome from Dr. Wanda LeGrand, Deputy Superintendent of the Indianapolis Public Schools and ended with the completion of three survey instruments finalized by the Community Arts Team (CAT). We had a full-house today as
Indianapolis arts leaders took action and met to discuss major arts education initiatives including Any Given Child Indy at our CEO/Board Chairs meeting at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis on 10/29/15.
Currently, the Any Given Child partners and project team are in the planning stages, and are visioning for the program and surveying for arts
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