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Guild to Present Conference Planning Meetings in Baltimore and Philadelphia

The National Guild, in partnership with the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and Fleisher Art Memorial, is pleased to present two upcoming planning meetings for the 2018 Conference for Community Arts Education.


2017 Conference Resources Available

Handouts and slide presentations from sessions at the 2017 Conference are now available to attendees. Feel free to view/download/share these resources and further expand on your learning experience at the conference.

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20 Arts Organizations Selected to Participate in Inaugural Catalyzing Creative Aging Program

Twenty nonprofit arts education organizations from 14 states have been selected to participate in the National Guild for Community Arts Education’s Catalyzing Creative Aging Program. This multi-phase initiative, provided in partnership with Lifetime Arts, is designed to support the establishment of new, professionally led arts education programs for older adults that increase social engagement and mastery of one or more art forms.

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New Vision, Mission, and Values


Now in our 80th year, the Guild is taking this opportunity to articulate new Vision, Mission, and Values statements that reflect our belief in the transformative power of the arts, and our commitment to leadership, equity, and social and racial justice. We believe this language will form the foundation for our future as a leader in community arts education.

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Featured Member

Church Street School for Music and Art (New York, NY) provides process-oriented art and music education to students of all ages. The organization's affordable programs serve a range of socially, culturally, and economically diverse communities. Since its founding in 1990, Church Street School has been dedicated to the idea that individual experience and personal discovery foster creative thinking and confidence. As the only not-for-profit school for the arts in Lower Manhattan, it strives to serve as community center for the neighborhood: a safe place where students, parents, children and neighbors share creative experiences, where kids play and grow together, where those with the challenge of disabilities find a place to shine.

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