Thank you for taking the time to visit, read, and comment on the blog posts throughout our Arts Education Blog Salon this week.
Thanks to the hard work of all of our bloggers, I feel like visitors had the opportunity to learn more about the various aspects of arts education – from advocacy to standards – that many of us work with on a daily basis, and engage the authors via thoughtful comments and emails.
Although the Salon is over, we will continue to add new blogs on arts education throughout the rest of the year, and I am truly looking forward to the next time around.
If you are new to ARTSblog, we hope that you will continue visiting to read about all of the arts-related subject areas it covers.
And if you are particularly interested in arts education, I hope you join us for the Arts Education Preconference just before the Americans for the Arts Half-Century Summit in Baltimore, MD, June 24-25, 2010.
During the two-day session, we will discuss and plan the future of arts education in America , including giving you the opportunity to make a commitment to action when you return home. And if that doesn’t excite you, a presentation by keynote Derrick Ashong
For more information on the Arts Education Preconference, visit http://bit.ly/aeprcon.
And, if you ever have any questions about arts education, feel free to contact me anytime.