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Priscilla Dreyman, Executive Director, Spiral Arts, Portland, ME
“The National Guild has been a powerful resource, catalyst, and friend, helping our organization get started and grow. Their ongoing accessibility, generosity, and creativity have nurtured a multitude of community arts education providers that in turn are making an enormous impact on the arts across the U.S.”
Michael Walsh, Executive Director, Multnomah Arts Center, Portland, OR
“The National Guild is an essential component of its members’ collective effort to strengthen access to quality arts education in diverse communities throughout our nation. Without the Guild’s advocacy, peer networking, training opportunities, and professional conferences, hundreds of communities, both rural and urban, would not have the same access to arts programming.”
“Without its advocacy, peer networking, training opportunities, and professional conferences, hundreds of communities would not have the same level of access to quality arts education as they do today. With this year’s launch of the Community Arts Education Resource Center, an online guide to managing a successful community arts education organization, the Guild is even more efficiently connecting best practices in the field directly to the leadership of its member organizations, effectively leveling the quality and ease of access to such critical information.”
Eric Bachrach, Director Emeritus, Community Music School of Springfield, MA
"For many of us, the Guild has become a source of knowledge; a forum for the free and open sharing of critical information and similar experiences; a cauldron of shared, collective, and hard-earned wisdom; and a fountain of comfort in a field that remains too understated. On our behalf, the Guild is the field’s voice. It is our identity and it represents us in many venues. The Guild reinforces our objective to create greater community health and well being through the arts."
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