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One Small Change

Sometimes I wonder what I would have done as a freelance art and puppetry teacher before Pinterest. Whenever I am stuck for ideas, wondering what new project three year olds can do using cotton balls, paint and paper plates, all I have to do is type a few keywords into a search box and the wonders of teaching blogs, mommy blogs and other artists are there for my perusal. 390 more words

Puppet Building

When the Curtain Rises...

When the Curtain Rises…

RPAA is proud to proud to be affiliated with numerous performing arts organizations who call our venues home, each who bring amazing performances and engaging programs to audiences of all ages. 31 more words

Celebrating 15 Years of Arts Education and Advocacy! [Video]

This year, Picasso Project celebrates 15 years of Arts Education and Advocacy! Check out this short video, highlighting our story and impact.

At Picasso Project, we believe that all students deserve access to the arts.  141 more words

learning through trying again, and again…and again.

Last November, I visited Barcelona. During my visit I went to the Picasso Museum. One of the paintings I saw was Picasso’s Las Meninas. The painting itself was fascinating, intriguing, based on Velasquez’s work of the same title. 582 more words

School Visit

Meet Richmond Performing Arts Alliance

Meet Richmond Performing Arts Alliance

 

 

RPAA is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide diverse local and world-class performing arts, transformative arts education experiences for students of all ages, and inspirational venues — all to strengthen the cultural and economic vitality of the Greater Richmond region. 101 more words

Serving the Performing Arts

Serving the Performing Arts

 

Since 2009, RPAA has served more than 1 million patrons and transformed the lives of thousands of students. However, our history goes back to 2001 when a group of community leaders had a vision to create an inspiring environment where the  382 more words

Mary A. Zahner, PhD

Title: Art Educator

Location:
Xenia, Ohio, United States

Mary A. Zahner, PhD, Art Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Fine Arts.

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