Blogs & Online Sources
Cheryl L. Poole: Co-Creation as a Process
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 honor of working with educators in the MAEIA project...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
For Your Listening Pleasure: Arts/Education Podcasts
Heather Vaughan-Southard Leave a Comment artists, arts education, broadway, dance, dancers, education, hyperallergic, music, podcasts, professional artists, professional choreographers, professional musicians, theatre, visual artists, visual arts
Podcasts are taking the world by storm and since spring break is here or near, try out the following podcasts to keep your creative embers burning. ArtEd RadioContinue Reading