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October 30 - November 2, 2013, Chicago, IL
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Kathy Davis Studios and American Greetings Corporation (NYSE: AM) have chosen the Guild as the recipient of royalties from a new line of cards developed to support the arts and arts education.
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has awarded the Guild a $55,000 Art Works grant in support of professional development and leadership programs.
Inspired by our newly released publication, Guild Associate Director Ken Cole and Big Thought President & CEO Gigi Antoni will present strategies for reaching marginalized students at several national conferences this spring.
This short video by student artist César Martinez features the perspectives of students, educators, and arts and social justice experts on the key topic of creating equitable access to arts education.
The National Guild for Community Arts Education supports and advances access to lifelong learning opportunities in the arts.
25 arts education leaders from 15 states will participate in the National Guild’s 2013 Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI). During the seven-month leadership development program, they’ll learn from top leadership trainersand nationally renowned practitioners. Designed and facilitated by Partners in Performance, the institute---now in its fourth year---includes a five-day seminar at Bryn Mawr College (Philadelphia), advanced assignments, a 360-degree feedback process, and follow-up coaching.
Many thanks to Michael Walsh, executive director of Multnomah Arts Center (Portland, OR), and Robyne Walker Murphy, director of Out of School Programs at DreamYard Project (Bronx, NY) for recently referring new member organizations to the National Guild. You too can help build the diversity and scope of our dynamic network and make new connections by actively encouraging your peers in community arts education to join us. Talk to your colleagues in community arts education about the benefits of Guild membership!
Kathy Davis Studios and American Greetings Corporation (NYSE: AM) have chosen the National Guild as the recipient of royalties from a new line of cards developed to support the arts. This new partnership strengthens each organization’s ability to “Scatter Joy through Art”— Kathy Davis’s mission — by supporting National Guild programs and services that make arts learning opportunities more accessible in communities across the country.
The Kathy Davis Birthday & Everyday card set is available for purchase online for $29.99 through American Greetings. It is also available in Kathy Davis displays in stores throughout the country, including Wegman’s, Rite Aid stores and select CVS stores. Packaged in a keepsake storage box, the assortment includes friend-to-friend, heartfelt expressions for birthday, thank you and “just because” cards. Create joyful moments on special days and every day while supporting arts education for all.
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