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Thank you to those of you who participated in one or more of the events and activities during National Arts in Education Week last week, September 11 - 17, 2016! It was a very successful week, and we would like to share the following highlights with you:
Thank you to those who were able to join us for the National Arts in Education Week Kickoff Celebration at the Indianapolis Artsgarden this afternoon! There were more than 60 people celebrating the kick off of National Arts in Education Week. Those in attendance had the opportunity to witness:
Curious to know what the arts look like when implemented in the classroom? During National Arts in Education Week, you will have the opportunity to visit two high-performing schools and learn what students experience in the arts on an every day basis.
On Wednesday, September 14 from 8:30 am to 12 pm, attendees will visit Edison School of the Arts
As part of the Indianapolis community’s celebration of National Arts in Education Week (September 11 – 17), the Arts Council of Indianapolis and its Any Given Child Indy initiative, a partnership with Indianapolis Public Schools and the Mayor’s Office, will officially kick off the week at the Indianapolis Artsgarden on September 12.
Do you remember what you learned in art class in the third grade? Do you know what fifth graders typically learn in music class? Here’s the chance to find out what you know! Come out to Sun King Brewery on Monday, September 12 from 5:30 - 7 pm to test your knowledge of arts education with a trivia night.
Last week, the Indianapolis community celebrated National Arts in Education Week with numerous different events across the city. From a convening of professional arts educators at Edison School of the Arts and a meeting of the Any Given Child Indy Governing Council, to workshops at Clowes Memorial Hall and a jazz performance at IUPUI, community members
In honor of the upcoming National Arts in Education Week, two outstanding educators were honored with the Larry Hurt Excellence in Arts Education ARTI. The awards were presented at the Arts Council of Indianapolis' 2017 Start With Art Luncheon on September 1. The 2017 Arts Education ARTI Award winners are Jeremy Mallov and Margarita Garcia, elementary
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