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A MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OF THE ARIZONA COMMISSION ON THE ARTS

Peer-to-Peer Webinars for BIPOC Teaching Artists, Arts Educators

This winter, the Arizona Commission on the Arts will present 4 webinars for BIPOC teaching artists interested in exchanging best practices. Teaching artist Sharah Nieto will facilitate four sessions specific to different age groups and disciplines. This is a great opportunity to connect with peers in your area of expertise, ask questions, share ideas and build community.

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Session 1 

Visual Arts Best Practices Exchange

(for teaching artists serving Elementary aged youth) 


Saturday, January 2, 2021

9:00 am-10:00 am MST

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Session 2 

Visual Arts Best Practices Exchange

(for teaching artist serving High School aged youth) 


Saturday, January 9, 2021

9:00 am-10:00 am MST

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Session 3 

Visual Arts Best Practices Exchange

(for teaching artist serving High School aged youth) 


Saturday, January 16, 2021

9:00 am-10:00 am MST

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Session 4 

Performing Arts Best Practices Exchange 

(for teaching artists serving K-12 aged youth) 


Saturday, January 23, 2021

9:00 am-10:00 am MST

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#GiveAZArts

Through the #GiveAZArts social media campaign, let's remind friends and neighbors who will engage in gift-giving as a part of their holiday traditions this year to think about ways they can support Arizona arts organizations, arts-based businesses, and the artists at the center of all of the work.

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ARTS LEARNING IN THE NEWS

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Leslie Odom Jr. discusses importance of arts education

"My arts education has made me a more empathetic person and has nurtured my natural curiosity about humanity and the human condition," Odom said during the virtual Arthur Miller Foundation Honors gala on Monday.

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First-gen ASU grad shares her story with local youth

A few years after visiting ASU's Tempe campus for an event, Sun Devil Marlene Ortega is graduating this semester with a degree in art studies from the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts .

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RESEARCH & RESOURCES

Art and dementia education in times of COVID

Alzheimers & Dementia Journal

This project designs the first arts‐based schooling strategy for empathy for people with dementia, creates a dementia friendly generation, age‐friendly environments, supports young people to understand dementia. Objective of the project is to develop artistic strategies to strengthen empathic abilities with arts‐based methods & interdisciplinary collaboration between people with & without dementia. 

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OPPORTUNITIES

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Western Governors' Foundation | 6th Annual "Celebrate the West" Regional High School Art Competition

The Western Governors' Foundation is proud to announce its 6th Annual "Celebrate the West" regional art competition challenging high school students to create works inspired by their state. Here is a link to this year's contest: https://westgov.org/celebrate-the-west Students are welcome to submit artwork used for other contests or assignments, as long as entries also depict our theme of "Celebrate the West."

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Civic Leadership Award | Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona is pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the 2021 Southern Arizona Civic Leadership Award. Nominations will be accepted from November 10, 2020, until January 15, 2021. Since 2016, CFSA's Civic Leadership Award has honored members of our community who have...

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ARTS LEARNING STAFF

Elisa Radcliffe

Arts Learning Manager

eradcliffe@azarts.gov  


Anastasia Freyermuth

Arts Learning and Evaluation Coordinator

afreyermuth@azarts.gov 

AGENCY NEWSLETTERS

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News, information, and resources for Arizonans working in, with, and for the arts.

 

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AZArts Learning is published monthly by the Arizona Commission on the Arts


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IMAGINE AN ARIZONA WHERE EVERYONE

CAN PARTICIPATE IN AND EXPERIENCE THE ARTS

Arizona Commission on the Arts | (602) 771-6501 | info@azarts.gov | www.azarts.gov

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