At the Arts Council of Indianapolis’ annual Start with Art luncheon on Friday, September 4, two local arts educators were awarded the 2015 Larry Hurt Excellence in Arts Education ARTI Award. The winners are…
At the Arts Council of Indianapolis’ annual Start with Art luncheon on Friday, September 2, two local arts educators were awarded the 2016 Larry Hurt Excellence in Arts Education ARTI Award. The winners are...
The Any Given Child Indy 2016-2017 Community Report was officially released and presented to the public during National Arts in Education Week on Monday, September 12, 2016. The report includes information about the 2015 data collection process, including key results from the surveys sent to IPS personnel and arts organizations, as well as next steps
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
Do you want some tips on how to talk about arts education and Any Given Child Indy? A new Communications Toolkit is now available online. Developed by the Any Given Child Indy Creative Engagement committee, the toolkit provides talking points, tips to begin conversations about arts education, how to write a blog post and letters to the editor, and ways
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.
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'
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
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