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Prince’s Influential Roots Spread Deep in Music Industry

Last week’s death of Prince has left the music industry reeling. His long career coupled with his seemingly boundless creativity and ability to evolve both musically and a performer have left a void. 54 more words

Soundtree Entertainment

New logo for Theatre for Young People!

Pure excitement.

Just wanted to share my new logo, yay!

Copyright to Robert Dil, 2016.

Yours in creativity, Robert
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Arts Education

Don’t Dis My Abilities! Help Them Shine!

“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.”  –  1,103 more words


Leonie Haimson on De Blasio Board: Closing Schools, Co-Locating Charters, Ignoring Protests

Opponents of corporate reform has high hopes when Bill de Blasio was elected, but their hopes are rapidly dimming. The de Blasio administration tried to slow down (not stop) the growth of Success Academy, and ran into a billionaire buzz saw. 194 more words

Charter Schools

Fifth Graders Enjoy Youth Concerts

by Pat Ruiz

Over two thousand 5th graders from the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District attended a free concert performed by the La Mirada Symphony on Tuesday, April 21st,  at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts.  243 more words


The Embodiment of Arts Education

Note: This post should be read in tandem with the next post!

As a strict proponent of arts education, I have had the pleasure of working with teaching artists many times. 767 more words


Creative Engagement with Romeo and Juliet

This lesson is a sample of the types of arts activities spoken about in the previous post.

After participating in the Folger Summer Academy, I decided that my students should engage in performance based activities so that they would not feel as if reading Shakespeare were an insurmountable monumental task. 746 more words