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Community Arts Partnership Award

Congrats Community! The Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County awarded the 1st St. Mosaic Project an arts education grant to help fund our 2017 IthAquatica themed work. 53 more words

Arts Education

The Essence of an Artist: A Conversation

Approximately 5 months ago I lost a very important friend named Elizabeth. Elizabeth was an artist. I first entered her world as a co-teacher during the teaching certification program at Tyler School of Art in 2005. 1,718 more words

Artist Profile

PIX Flix Spotlight On The Board: Mr. Holland's Opus

Next month, on Monday, March 20th, we bring Mr. Holland’s Opus back to the big screen. Friends, bring tissues.

Glenn Holland is a composer who wants to write the great American symphony. 162 more words

60th Season

opportunity and art

This post is written by Lexi Earl about her recent visit to Archbishop Tenison School in London.

On our recent visit to Archbishop Tenison, Becky and I had a conversation with the Y13 art students. 498 more words

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A is for Arts, B is for Bullying PART I

Last week I had a discussion with my psychologist about singing. After establishing that it made me feel really good, and any singer would know that this is an indescribable, joyful energy, she asked me if I sang to my kids. 2,549 more words

Spotlight: Vickie Fremont in Fordham University @ PS 85X

Noted fashion designer, anthropologist, and recycled materials artist Ms. Veronique “Vickie” Fremont has been an AH teaching artist for over eight years.  Fluent in five languages (French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, and Italian), Vickie is a highly effective arts educators for English Language Learners (ELLs).   353 more words

finding inspiration

This post is written by Chris Hall, about her recent trip to Upton Hall.

I saw this banner on the lamppost in the driveway as I was leaving Upton Hall on the first day of my visit. 889 more words

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