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May 24, 2023 Guild News

Message from Quanice: May 2023

As the Guild’s programming makes its much-anticipated return this fall, our collective efforts to embrace liberation align seamlessly with the mission and the future work of the National Guild.

April 26, 2023 Guild News

Message from Quanice: April 2023

I am excited to share with you some of the progress that the National Guild for Community Arts Education has made during our Portal. The Portal has been aimed at reimagining and reinvigorating our organization's purpose and direction for the future.

March 29, 2023 Member News

Guild Spotlight: Nancy Kleaver of Dancing Classrooms

We had the pleasure of connecting with Nancy Kleaver, executive director of Dancing Classrooms! As the largest dance education provider for New York City public schools, Dancing Classrooms cultivates engaged learners and collaborative leaders through the joyful art and practice of social dance.

March 16, 2023 Guild News

Staff Post: Data Considerations

by Claire, our Member Services and Data Systems Manager In the Portal of Transformation, part of my work has been helping to drill deeper into why the Guild uses data: how we collect it respectfully, how we analyze it, and how we use it to inform our work.

February 28, 2023 Member News

Organizational Retreat in Memphis

In early February, Guild staff and board members traveled from around the country to Memphis for a five-day organizational retreat, including board meetings, a full-day session with our strategic planning consultants, team building, and staff planning sessions.

December 16, 2022 Guild News

Board of Trustees Post: Our Story

We, the trustees of the National Guild for Community Arts Education, are pleased to share our first transmission about the Guild's re-imagining process and some reasons why this transformation is crucial to the the goals and vision of the organization. 

December 14, 2022 Guild News

Recap: Liberatory Hiring Portal Cafe

On 11/30, we held a Portal Cafe about liberatory hiring practices. We used an artful practice to surface things we were wondering or confused about, fears, and hopes related to hiring—and there were many!