Daily Archive: October 8, 2021

Biden’s Pick to Lead N.E.A. Sees Culture as a Community Building Tool

President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s new nominee to lead the National Endowment for the Arts is a veteran arts administrator and tenured professor at Arizona State University with a background in urban planning and a history of embracing the importance of the arts at the neighborhood level.

The nominee, Maria Rosario Jackson, is a recognized expert in creative placemaking, a process that leverages arts, culture and design to spur economic development in communities and promote social change. Colleagues said she will bring a public policy lens to one of the nation’s top arts jobs.

“She is one of our nation’s

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Friendly Opening And New Introspection

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$8.5 Million for Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion; Social-Emotional Learning; Leadership in Arts Education to Promote Student Arts Achievement | News

RESTON, Va., Oct. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Arts education across the nation could become even more integral to student and school success as well as more inclusive of diverse student experiences and cultures over the next five years as a result of a groundbreaking partnership between arts education organizations led by the National Art Education Association (NAEA), a national non-profit for visual arts, design, and media arts educators.

Partners received a more than $8.5 million federal grant to fund their project, Connected Arts Networks (CAN): Leveraging Arts Learning Communities for Teacher Leadership and Student Achievement, which focuses on equity,

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Voting culture: Art is on the ballot this fall with measure 2A

The Wheeler Opera House’s main theater, photographed in 2015. (Aspen Times archive)

For Aspen’s arts and culture landscape, 1979 was a turning point as the city of Aspen purchased dilapidated buildings around town and turned them over to citizen task forces led by scruffy, young and arts-minded locals.

Those task forces brought to life pillars of today’s arts scene. They took the old powerhouse and turned it into the Aspen Art Museum, and they saved the historic Wheeler Opera House from its blighted and abandoned state in the Carter years (nicknamed “the pigpen” according to a May 1979 Aspen Times

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