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CAE is committed to ensuring that all New York City public school students receive quality arts instruction as part of their pre-K-12 education.
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Drew Eubank 10h
It shouldn't have to be about numbers BUT: arts organizations raise $9 for every dollar in public support. NEA & NEH funding is at $300 million and nonprofit cultural organizations return $9.6 BILLION in federal taxes to the American people.
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Center for Arts Ed 12h
Artist created a detailed scale model of from recycled computer parts for his school project! Big city, small scale. Check out the short video of the build
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Cultural King's Feb 19
Prolonged arts education reduces stress in children from low-income households - find out more in the latest summary, with research from &
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UCLA Arts Feb 16
Turns out art does make you smarter—at least according to one expert. A new study suggests that prehistoric humans evolved to become the world’s dominant species, in part, because they created art. via
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AEP Feb 16
Time is running out & space is limited! Join us for the 2018 AEP State Policy Symposium on March 10 in Washington, D.C. & hear what the buzz is all about! Register today
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Center for Arts Ed Feb 16
Save the ! is facing a possible major slash in funding. Follow the link to reach out to your congressperson and let your voice be heard
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Center for Arts Ed Feb 16
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The Met Feb 16
Happy ! This exhibition celebrates the holiday and the .
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Center for Arts Ed Feb 15
Jump up and down for . Here are some class students at PS 110 showing how an can be an exercise for the mind and body
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AmericansForTheArts Feb 15
Today on : Even as we focus on federal , it's essential to recognize & elevate the local advocates who make our communities better through the arts.
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A.R.T./New York Jan 29
The 2018 Nancy Quinn Fund Application is OPEN! Deadline to apply: 5PM on Monday, February 26. 📥 Review the grant application and guidelines:
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Center for Arts Ed Feb 14
Sweet as chocolate win for - Judge awards $6.7 million to 5Pointz complex artists who's work was painted over in 2013
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Turnaround Arts Feb 14
Roses are red Violets are blue The arts and music save lives in school
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Center for Arts Ed Feb 13
Congratulations to a fairer NYC i
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AmericansForTheArts Feb 13
“There seems to be a disconnect on the need to invest in our nation’s future support of the arts and arts education. The federal investment in the arts helps power the creative economy across the country.”
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NC Arts Council Feb 13
“Everybody knows the exact formulas for math and science...by there’s no one way to do music or arts.” Country music star on the importance of arts education. Catch our full interview with him here:
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Center for Arts Ed Feb 13
- New Mexico is adopting National Core Arts Standards, ensuring that k-12 public school students will be able to study 1 of 5 disciplines:
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Center for Arts Ed Feb 12
Official portraits of and unveiled for the , by artists and Amy Sherald
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Center for Arts Ed Feb 12
What's the point of ? This video answers that question...entirely through !
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Jon Vanhala Feb 12
Did you know that NEA 1992 budget had 26M more in funding 26 yrs ago than now? I argue that investing in Arts and Arts education make for better citizens. share and write your congress rep: NEA Appropriations History |
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