Produced by the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, with the National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies (now known as Americans for the Arts ), this 1996 report describes how local artists and educators help turn around the lives of young people and identifies the common characteristics of effective arts and humanities programs. It contains information on arts standards and artistic processes to help teachers develop and implement high quality curriculum. Arts Education Yearbook Publication – In support of international arts education knowledge mobilization, the chair will contribute to the biennial production of a yearbook that features contemporary arts education research from around the world.
Exhibits, classes, events and special programs at the Hudgens Center for Art & Learning are made possible by neighbors like you. The complexity of higher education’s dynamic environment requires a breadth of knowledge across all the issues of learning and design.
Learning through the arts can engage and inspire young people, support key educational outcomes and develop skills that prepare young people for life beyond school. Classes in the visual and performing arts are available both at the center and in-school.
This program funds IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organizations, non-arts nonprofits and community education units with a history of arts programming, and informal/unincorporated arts groups applying with a nonprofit as a fiscal sponsor. The Austin Hope and Pilkington Trust has grants available for projects that relate to music and the arts.
Traveling exhibitions are a collaborative partnership with Utah museums, colleges, university and community galleries, arts and cultural centers, libraries and schools. A regression analysis showed a significant relation between (a) amount of arts instruction and teachers’ efforts at arts integration and (b) teachers’ perceptions of students’ risk-taking.