Blogs & Online Sources
Stand up and be counted: A message from Creative Many
Dear MAEIA community, Below is a message from Creative Many Director of Public Policy and Advocacy, Sarah Gonzalez Triplett. Creative...Continue Reading
Thank you, MCACA!
We are grateful for the support of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs for 2017-2018! Earlier this summer, MAEIA Leadership Fellows Holly Olszewski, wrote a blog...Continue Reading
Holly Olszewski: MCACA- Keeping the Lights On
Holly Olszewski Leave a Comment arts education, arts funding, arts resources, Holly Olszewski, Leadership Fellow, MAEIA, MCACA, Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, state resources, Traverse City
Far too many projects in the arts have the lights ‘turned out’ because they lack the funding to continue. Recently, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend theContinue Reading
Cheryl Poole: Watching as They Assembled the MAEIA Tools
Cheryl Poole Leave a Comment arts assessment, arts education, blueprint, cheryl poole, MAEIA history, MAEIA Leadership Fellows, MCACA, PA 173, performance events, performance tasks, program review tool
Cheryl L. Poole is an educator with more than 40 years of experience in visual arts, museum administration and facilitating professional learning. She has had the pleasure of working with educators in the MAEIA...Continue Reading
Introducing the MAEIA Leadership Fellows
Heather Vaughan-Southard Leave a Comment arts integration, Beth Post, Carrie Jeruzal, Cathy DePentu, Cecila Gollan, Cindy Swan-Eagan, Cynthia Clingman, dance, Debra Henning, face-to-face presentations, Hedy Blatt, Holly Olszewski, James Mobley, Liz Andrews, MAEIA Fellows, MAIEA resources, Margaret Theile, MCACA, Michigan Arts and Cultural Affairs, Michigan Department of Education, music, professional development, Rebecca Arndt, special needs, Tammi Browning, theatre, visual arts, webinars
The MAEIA project, with generous support from the Michigan Council on Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Michigan Department of Education, assists school districts, buildings, educators,...Continue Reading
Thank you, MCACA!
Thank you, Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs for funding a portion of our work for 2016-17! We are so grateful for your partnership and the opportunity to continue to support communities in...Continue Reading