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workshop on arts education impact and sustainability, from the Guild for Community Arts Education

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  • Abodeely, John M
    Dear Colleagues, The Guild is offering a great workshop on issues critical to our field. See below. Contact Ken Cole
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 20, 2012
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      Dear Colleagues,


      The Guild is offering a great workshop on issues critical to our field. See below. Contact Ken Cole (kencole@...) with any questions.








      This two-day, highly engaging hands-on workshop will explore how nonprofit arts education providers can more deeply engage their communities; gain access to a broader array of resources including expertise, credibility and funding; and increase sustainability through collaboration.


      Full details: http://bit.ly/GEQbeo.


      The distinguished faculty includes nationally renowned trainers and practitioners:


      • John McCann, President, Partners in Performance, Blacksburg, VA 

      • Julie F. Simpson, Principal, Simpson Consulting, Chicago, IL    

      • Sarah Johnson, Director, Weill Music Institute, Carnegie Hall, New York, NY   

      • Greg McCaslin, Education Director, Roundabout Theatre Company, New York, NY  


      To maximize the learning experience, Powerful Partnerships is designed for teams of three or more. Each team will receive a set of tools for assessing institutional and programmatic assets, identifying prospective partners and "lessons learned," planning collaborations, and developing an action plan.  


      "Coming here together with several members of our organization for a focused discussion and opportunity to plan was very beneficial. It was helpful for us to learn the information and problem solve together, while having immediate access to professional advisement." --Institute alum  


      More info: http://bit.ly/GEQbeo




      John Abodeely

      National Partnerships, Education

      John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts



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