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Artist Work Rises from the Destruction

Artists' Work Rises From the Destruction of the Israel-Gaza Conflict - The images of so many houses destroyed, so many bomb blasts, even so many bodies wrapped in burial shrouds can begin to blur together, indistinguishable. But Belal Khaled, a young photojournalist and painter in this southern Gaza town, saw symbols and stories in the smoke all around him.  www.nytimes.com

Can Kickstarter save arts education?

Can Kickstarter save arts education? Nearly one in 10 U.S. secondary schools has no music program. Eleven percent don’t teach art. More than half have cut theater. Nine in 10 have cut dance.

Despite overwhelming evidence that arts education correlates with higher graduation rates, better college performance and future success in the workplace, shrinking school budgets and strict curriculum standards keep restricting the time that teenage students spend exploring their creative sides. www.washingtonpost.com

A New Muralism Growing: Spotlight On Jersey City And "Savage Habbit"

A New Muralism Growing: Spotlight On Jersey City And "Savage Habbit"-An important part of the Street Art Ecosystem is the mural and right now we are in the midst of a mural revolution www.huffingtonpost.com

City of Reading One of 66 National Endowment for the

City of Reading One of 66 National Endowment for the Arts "Our Town" Projects Selected Nationwide- The City of Reading will receive $75,000 in an National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant to implement a public art initiative

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BEHIND THE STORY How do you quantify arts education

BEHIND THE STORY How do you quantify arts education- Recently on TC Daily Planet, I wrote about the disheartening phenomenon of music being dropped from the school-day....www.tcdailyplanet.net

 

"Art Everywhere" Launches in Times Square

"Art Everywhere" Launches in Times Square- New Yorkers in Time Square today (August 4) will be the first to enjoy the fruits of a coast-to-coast US Program Known as "Art Everywhere"  www.news.artnet.com

Study Says Making Art Is Good For Your Brain

Study Says Making Art Is Good For Your Brain, And We Say You Should Listen - "Art washes away from the soul the dust of every life," so Pablo Picasso once famously proclaimed.  www.huffingtonpost.com

Art is Freedom

Art is Freedom - a recent high school grad says public schools need more art education www.artery.wbur.org

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