Tag: professional development
On Monday, July 27, 80 artists, arts administrators, and arts admirers found refuge from the heat in the Frye Art Museum for the kick-off mixer of a new group – the Seattle Arts Leadership Team (SALT). I walked into the Frye café and joined the group of people circling around guest speakers Nancy Chang, director […][More]
Seattle Art Museum (Downtown) 1300 First Ave. Seattle, WA 98101 August 20, 2015; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Register Now! http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/visit/calendar/events?EventId=35411 We are excited to announce Gilda Sheppard as keynote speaker for the upcoming Creative Advantage School Partnership Summer Institute! This interactive one-day workshop invites participants to gain skills and knowledge applicable to their work […][More]
Posted: August 11th, 2015 under Art Beat, Arts Education, Events.
Tags: Creative advantage school partnership summer institute, gilda sheppard, professional development, Seattle Art Museum, teacher training, The Creative Advantage
“Change, true change, is a collective tidal wave made of many voices and multiple approaches.” Excerpted from Justice in Education. Community Arts Partner Roster is growing This year the Creative Advantage Community Arts Partner Roster added 25 more teaching artists and organizations to our list growing list which encompasses 77 Seattle artists and arts organizations. […][More]
Posted: July 15th, 2015 under Art Beat, Arts Education, eNews, News.
Tags: community arts partner roster, professional development, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Public Schools, teaching artist guild, The Creative Advantage
What is arts administration? I mean, I know what it is, but it’s more exciting than it sounds. Leaving art school I wanted to figure out how to make my art and make a living at the same time. Along the way I found that supporting artists and their work was just as fulfilling as […][More]
Randy Engstrom As our office begins the new year, we are excited about our work plan for 2013. In October we launched a survey for all of our constituents. With more than 600 responses, our areas of focus were clearly defined. One of the top issues was a desire for an increased concentration on arts […][More]
Posted: January 8th, 2013 under Art Beat, Arts Education, Funding, News.
Tags: Arts Education, Arts Education Partnership, capacity building, cultural space, Funding, K-12 arts plan, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, Message from the director, professional development, Randy Engstrom