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“What do you think, you are just going to be sitting there and a milkshake will fall in your lap? ……Or a mars bar?”, said Professor Bill Itter, with his eyes bulging out with the excitement of a mad scientist. He was teaching us color theory at IU in 1999 and imploring us to work at our craft; to take it as seriously as he does. This was a
I always ask myself, "Why did I study art"? I should've followed my father's advice and become a nutritionist...I'd be skinny and have money! However, life has brought me to where I am today, an intermediary position between learning, creativity and the individual. Wow! That's definitely a handful!
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
For Art With a Heart's afterschool programming at IPS School #96, they had over 45 students apply for 24 positions. At IPS School #107, Art With a Heart has been invited to add afterschool programming to support their in-school day programming with kindergarteners. Both schools struggle with funding and Art With a Heart’s goal is to raise $3,000 in
Urban Artisans (UA) develops vocational skills in young adults. Students with and without disabilities learn transferable, pre-vocational skills through making, marketing, and selling artwork in a professional studio. The primary goal of the program is to help young adults, ages 16-22, transition from school to the workplace. The UA program is held
Arts for Learning will encourage students of Center for Inquiry (CFI) School 27 to understand, value, and appreciate the rich diversity of cultures from across the globe by presenting a series of dance and music workshops during the National Arts in Education Week of Giving
Students at several IPS schools lack access to the arts, including theatre programming. Asante Children’s Theatre (ACT) has developed a program to supplement IPS schools that were identified as lacking sufficient arts programming. ACT will select one site, possibly Louis B. Russell #48, to pilot a variation of their Prep4Life curriculum. This new
National Arts in Education Week of Giving donations will immediately go to work bringing IPS students to visit the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site (BHPS) for free! Week of Giving gifts will help BHPS offer free field trips to elementary school IPS classrooms, enabling children to learn about the life stories, arts, and culture of America's Hoosier
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