Archive: Jul 2016

  1. Photos from Collective Impact Conference now online

    By Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development – Take a look back at the Collective Impact Conference that took place June 7-10 in Murfreesboro, TN. We now have a great album full of wonderful faces, moments and highlights courtesy of the Tennessee State Photography Services. Special thanks to Theresa Montgomery for her talented shooting. […]

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  2. Give Your Input for the 2017 POL Anthology

    From Danielle Brown, Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator — Every summer in preparation for the next year’s Poetry Out Loud (POL) competition–an annual national poetry recitation contest–the Poetry Out Loud Foundation reviews the POL Anthology to determine what changes should be made. This is the source from which competitors choose their pieces to perform. New poets and […]

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  3. New STS Guidelines Now Online

    By Ann Brown, Director of Arts Education – Student Ticket Subsidy (STS) applications for the 2016-2017 school year will become available August 11. The new STS guidelines are now online. Since 2010, the program has given the opportunity to more than 600,000 students to experience the arts. By providing funds for artist fees, ticket costs and […]

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  4. Youth Development Outcomes in Arts Ed Webinar—Wed., July 13

    By Denise Brandenburg, NEA Arts Education Specialist — In addition to developing new artistic skills, students who participate in the arts gain other positive traits, such as increased resiliency, personal fulfillment, and becoming more engaged with their communities. But how do you measure this impact? NEA Arts Education Director Ayanna Hudson will discuss this question in a […]

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