NEA Arts Education May 2014 Webinar: Education Leaders Institute

NEA Arts Education May 2014 Webinar: Education Leaders Institute

Good afternoon. My name is Aynna Hudson, I’m the director of arts education at the National Endowment for the Arts. I wanted to welcome to the ELI Alumni Summit Report webinar. We’ll get started in one minute. Hello and welcome to the National Endowment for the Arts webinar on the Education Leaders Institute Alumni Summit. My name is […]

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Jefferson Parish artists turns salvaged school desks into works of art for students

Jefferson Parish artists turns salvaged school desks into works of art for students

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Spark: Arts + Social Issues | KQED Arts

Spark: Arts + Social Issues | KQED Arts

Narrator: TONIGHT ON “SPARK,” ARTS AND SOCIAL ISSUES. BAY AREA ARTISTS AND DESIGNERS BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO SAN FRANCISCO’S NEGLECTED URBAN CORRIDOR. Cullinan: WHAT IF YOU WALKED TO WORK EVERY DAY? AND IT WAS FUN? I MEAN, WHY NOT? RIGHT? Narrator: WITH SPELLBINDING VIEWS FROM THE SKY, A BAY AREA PHOTOGRAPHER REVEALS MANKIND’S SCARS ON […]

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32nd Annual Brevard Achievement Center Arts Festival

32nd Annual Brevard Achievement Center Arts Festival

(light music) – [Narrator] The Brevard Zoo was full of excitement as more than 300 volunteers and over 1000 students from exceptional education classes around the county, took over with colorful art activities for the 32nd annual Brevard Achievement Center Arts Festival. This year’s theme, Color in Motion, showcased the arts with 10 stations located […]

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How art can soothe us during times of crisis

How art can soothe us during times of crisis

JUDY WOODRUFF: We thought we would to close tonight with a story of hope, how, in these trying times, people are creatively using the arts, like song, to come together, even in the face of social distancing. It is a reminder of the power of humanity even during hardship. Jeffrey Brown has our look, as […]

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McDojoLife On Recognizing Fake Martial Arts & Mcdojos (SHF Show Podcast Ep. 5)

McDojoLife On Recognizing Fake Martial Arts & Mcdojos (SHF Show Podcast Ep. 5)

well good talking to you man for the people that don’t know who you are this is Rob he owns a YouTube channel called mcdo Joe life and this YouTube channel is basically it’s basically a business now right you’re getting a you know what’s it called a documentary out soon yeah exposing fake gyms […]

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Arts Extravaganza

Arts Extravaganza

[Reporter] Putting the finishing touches on their Arts Extravaganza. Hilton Head Island High School is inviting you to an Arts night tomorrow showcasing the school’s visual and performing arts programs. A walking gallery will be set up to view student work—and there will also be musical performances by the chorus and a song that will […]

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NEA National Heritage Tribute Video: Josephine Lobato

NEA National Heritage Tribute Video: Josephine Lobato

My name is Josephine Josie Lobato and uh, I live in West Minister today, but I was born and raised in the San Luis Valley. I was born in San Luis, Colorado. I am an NEA National Heritage Fellow. I’ve been focused on San Luis from the time that I started. All my work that […]

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Why study arts, social sciences and communications at La Trobe?

Why study arts, social sciences and communications at La Trobe?

In a world of Social, Digital, Environmental change human skills are the most critical of all. With over 50 majors in the Bachelor of Arts explore what you love And build the skills that matter Debate the important issues of our time. Hone your craft with hands-on learning and practise in the real world. With […]

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