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The Arrogance and Humility of the Monolingual (L' arrogance et l' humilité du monolingue)

Quick on the heels of the Americans for the Arts annual convention, I headed to France for the biennial conference of AIMAC (International Association of Arts and Culture Management) where I presented a paper titled “Means and Ends: A Theory Framework for Understanding Entrepreneurship in the US Arts and Culture Sector.” Context is important; the framework I posit may not necessarily apply in the European context where “cultural entrepreneurship” is more widely studied and understood. 407 more words

Culture And Democracy

Job: BTEC Level 3 Production Arts Course and Performing Arts Course Tutors, Salisbury Playhouse

Salisbury Playhouse’s Take Part department is looking for:

BTEC Level 3 Production Arts Course Tutor (part time 1 ½ days pw)

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Gov. Nikki Haley Vetoes Arts Education Funding

In 2014, three events set the stage for the South Carolina Arts Commission to begin re-evaluating its arts education initiatives and see where gaps may exist and how the agency could leverage its grant monies to support successful and innovative strategies / programs that ensure that the arts are available to all South Carolina students. 1,100 more words

Peter Greene: Stop Saying That Music Raises Test Scores

It is a universal truth, well known, that when budget cuts are imposed by the state, teachers of the arts are the first to go. I recently met with a leader of the arts community in Houston who told me that she wanted to make a gift of art supplies but could not few elementary schools with art teachers. 467 more words

Standardized Testing

Music for music's sake

Studies show that learning to play a musical instrument can improve one’s cognitive ability. Music can help children to excel in math and language. Music can calm us down and ease our pain. 717 more words

From The Cavalier County Republican

Theatre Party

Welcome to the Theatre Party blog dedicated to the creation of the Theatre Party Project, now on its second year of collaboration! We’re a group of students dedicated to creating student written work using student designers and performers.


Living Your Best Life

“Success is making a positive difference through art, making art that affects the world and that changes the way people feel about themselves and the world.”

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Arts Education