Identifying Promising Approaches for Providing Arts Education Via Community Partnerships
Tuesday, January 26, 2010

(Washington, DC)—The DC Collaborative invites our members and other community arts educators to participate in an arts education convening on Wednesday, January 26 from 1-5 pm at Sidney Harman Hall. Together we will take steps to Identify Promising Approaches for Providing Arts Education Via Community Partnerships.

Building on the take-aways and the needs identified at Arts Education for a Better DC, the November arts education conference sponsored by the Sitar Arts Center, we will explore how arts education providers can work together to serve Washington, DC, children, youth and families more comprehensively. The small group discussions will focus on:

  • Identifying current opportunities for—and barriers to—this goal; and
  • Mapping existing arts education programs across the city to identify gaps.

Please join us in this important convening, and help us in the effort to create and promote a comprehensive and world-class arts education for all DC children and youth.

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