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Our publication, Engaging Adolescents: Building Youth Participation in the Art, describes a holistic approach that integrates arts learning with principles of youth development. Get your free download today!
The National Guild is known for its informative publications, the quarterly newsletter GuildNotes, and the comprehensive, members-only Community Arts Education Resource Center, all designed expressly for community arts education professionals.
GuildNotes, our quarterly newsletter, features information on Guild programs and services, member news, and articles that provide practical guidance, insights, and research into effective practices and emerging trends.
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Get your copy of popular National Guild publications, including:
- More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Collaboration & Sustainability in Arts Education
- Engaging Adolescents: Building Youth Participation in the Arts
- Benchmarking Data Report
- Partners in Arts Education
- Creativity Matters: The Arts & Aging Toolkit
The only online resource center designed especially for community arts education professionals. Discover trusted information, learn effective practices, and download field-tested tools, templates, and sample documents from Guild member organizations.
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Our annual Conference for Community Arts Education is the preeminent gathering of community arts education leaders in the United States. Videos of keynote addresses from the 2011, 2012, and 2013 conferences are available to watch in our Conference Video Archive.
Our most recent additions to the archive include:
More Than the Sum of Its Parts:
Collaboration & Sustainability in Arts Education
by Thomas Wolf & Gigi Antoni
The Collegiate Divisional Interest Group addresses key issues facing arts education divisions of colleges and universities. We have compiled a collection of resources that have been created by our working groups since 2010
Topics covered include: online registration systems; partering with your parent institution; recruiting and retaining strong faculty; raising the financial and human resources needed to succeed; and financial, leadership, faculty, and academic issues related to being a divisional school.
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