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Finding the proper place for the arts in education: Visual arts

Works of art — whether abstract or literal depictions of reality — expand the mind. Nonverbal by nature, visual art erases barriers allowing communication to flow unhindered by nationality or language. Both creating and viewing...

source: By Sheilamary Koch
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In these divisive times, as the partial government shutdown approaches a record number of days, the AATA would like to share our support for those who are impacted. Our members who are furloughed government employees as well as their clients who rely on government agencies...

source: AATA National Office

Mark your calendar — Arts Advocacy Day: The National Arts...

source: AATA National Office

Submit your proposal today for AATA’s 50th Annual Conference...

source: Susan Boxer Kappel, MA, ATR-BC, LCAT, CGP, Conference Chair

The Mandell JCC’s Chase Family Gallery is hosting “Making our Mark,” a group show featuring the works of contemporary mark-making artists. The show is curated by C. Dianne Zweig, a local artist and teacher at the...

source: Courant Community

You’ve probably guessed by now that we’re playing a little ad hoc memory game. There is no shortage of mnemonic tricks you can use to remember things, but the three-act technique of picturing something in your mind, putting pen to paper to draw it, then looking...

source: The New York Times

Does your child know what to do in the event of a natural disaster? The American Red Cross has implemented a program called The Pillowcase Project aimed at teaching children how to get through this type of situation with a modicum of awareness.

source: Lamorinda Weekly


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