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LIVE WEBCAST: More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Colloboration & Sustainability in Arts Education

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Apr 17, 2013

Join us April 26, 2013, 12:00PM-1:00PM EDT for a webcast of More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Collaboration & Sustainability in Arts Education, live from  the National Opera Center in New York City. The webcast is free for members and $35 for non-members.

All children deserve a well-rounded education that provides pathways to lifelong engagement in the arts, yet too few receive sufficient arts instruction, whether in or out of school. Reaching marginalized students is particularly challenging. No single organization can serve them all: collaboration is key.

Gigi Antoni, president & CEO of Big Thought, and Ken Cole, associate director of the National Guild, will lead an interactive exploration of how arts organizations in communities across America are increasing access to, multiplying the benefits of, and sustaining quality arts education through large-scale, cross-sector collaborations. Learn how these organizations are making arts instruction a civic priority while keeping young people and creative arts learning at the center.  

This presentation is based on the book, More Than the Sum of Its Parts, co-authored by Thomas Wolf and Gigi Antoni, which is available for download, free of charge, on our website and on www.bigthought.org and www.wolfbrown.com. Printed copies can be ordered on Amazon for $25. 

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Photo: Audition Recital Hall at The National Opera Center. Photographer: Jeff McCrum. 

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