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Michigan Youth Arts announces exciting grant opportunities
Heather Vaughan-Southard Leave a Comment arts education, arts equipment, arts field trips, arts supplies, community partners, cultural events, grant funding for the arts, Michigan Youth Arts, professional performance
Michigan Youth Arts announces two exciting grant opportunities. In summary: Arts & Culture Trek Grant Open: August 15, 2016 Close: October 21, 2016 Michigan Youth Arts, on behalf of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, is offering...Continue Reading
Celebrating Michigan MAEIA Partners
Our MAEIA team is grateful to have relationships with talented and skilled partners advancing creativity in education across Michigan. MAEIA partners are a coalition of organizations committed to supporting high-quality arts education...Continue Reading
Michael Letts: Art as Energy!
Heather Vaughan-Southard Leave a Comment arts assessment, arts education, creative process, creativity, energy, Harvard Project Zero, MAEIA, Michael Letts, Oliver Herring, performance events, performance tasks, process-based learning, Thomas Hirschhorn, time-based
One integral aspect of many MAEIA assessment items is time limits. Sometimes this may seem unnatural, high pressure, or “test-oriented.” But in the arts, limiting time can often...Continue Reading
Cathy DePentu: Excited and Engaged in Teaching After 35 Years!
Thirty-five years ago a guidance counselor asked me, “Why should we schedule a student all four years in Orchestra? Aren’t students just repeating the same class?” I attempted to explain that students continue to...Continue Reading