Green Paper: Arts Education

Posted by Rob Davidson On February - 16 - 20106 COMMENTS

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Arts Education. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Rob Davidson, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Arts Education feed to your RSS reader!

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Green Paper: Arts in Healthcare

Posted by Alie Wickham On February - 16 - 20101 COMMENT

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Arts in Healthcare. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Alie Wickham, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Arts in Healthcare feed to your RSS reader!

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Arts Learning for Children/Youth. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Sheila Womble, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Arts Learning for Children/Youth feed to your RSS reader!

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Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Community Arts Education. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—José Ochoa, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Community Arts Education feed to your RSS reader!

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Green Paper: Cultural Democracy

Posted by Leslie Ito On February - 16 - 20103 COMMENTS

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Cultural Democracy. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Leslie Ito, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Cultural Democracy feed to your RSS reader!

Green Paper: Dance Education

Posted by Betsy Loikow On February - 16 - 2010No comments yet

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Dance Education. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—BetsyLoikow, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Dance Education feed to your RSS reader!

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Leadership for the Arts. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Jennifer Armstrong, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Leadership feed to your RSS reader!

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Preservation. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Rachel Perkins Arenstein, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Preservation feed to your RSS reader!

Green Paper: Public Art

Posted by Constance White On February - 16 - 20102 COMMENTS

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Public Art. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Constance White, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Public Art feed to your RSS reader!

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Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Private Sector Support for the Arts. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Keely Saye, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Private Sector Support for the Arts feed to your RSS reader!

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Green Paper: Strings

Posted by Michael R. Gagliardo On February - 16 - 2010No comments yet

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Strings. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Michael Gagliardo, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Strings feed to your RSS reader!

Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on The Future of Digital Infrastructure for the Creative Economy. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Casey Rae-Hunter, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding The Future of Digital Infrastructure for the Creative Economy feed to your RSS reader!

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Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on Urban Municipal Arts Agencies. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Bettina Swigger, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding the Urban Municipal Arts Agencies feed to your RSS reader!

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Last month, as hundreds of thousands of New York City sight-seers walked through Times Square, the message of arts education was promoted through an interesting partnership of arts and business. For an entire week in January, MTV aired Americans for the Arts’ The Arts. Ask for More. public service awareness campaign television ad Raisin Brahms four times per hour on MTV 44 ½, one of the largest high definition screens in Times Square.

As an entertainment industry stronghold that believes in the power of the arts, MTV leads by example—showing other companies that supporting the arts is crucial to creativity, learning, a powerful workforce, and a strong economy. This collaborative effort is a great example of creative partnerships between business and the arts.

Each year at THE BCA TEN: Best Companies Supporting the Arts in America gala, businesses are celebrated for their support of the arts, including partnerships with arts organizations, sponsorships, leadership, grants, and other cross sector collaborative efforts. In November, the Business Committee for the Arts will once again come together to celebrate THE BCA TEN 2010. Read the rest of this entry »

With the release of President Obama’s budget today, the LA Times Culture Monster blog brings up some important questions about the arts and where they will stand financially in 2011 and beyond.  If the NEA is facing cuts and there are tax hikes proposed for wealthy individuals, where will this leave the arts?  To read more about this, click here.

Stay tuned this week for more on this topic from Nina Ozlu Tunceli, Chief Counsel of Government and Public Affairs of Americans for the Arts.

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