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Applications Open for Global Leaders Program 2020-21

The Global Leaders Program (GLP) is a nine-month executive graduate certificate in social entrepreneurship, cultural agency, policy leadership, teaching artistry, and organizational management offered to a global cohort of 50 committed musician innovators. Many cohort members have worked in El...
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Put Your Work on a World Stage

The Fifth International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC5) will be in Seoul, South Korea, September 15-17, 2020. ITAC5 is now accepting proposals to present at the conference and has extended the submission deadline to March 6. Do you have something about...
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Mr. Rogers and Stronger Teaching Impact

Feature films about the late Fred Rogers have put him back in the public eye, but in one way he never left. The Fred Rogers Center leads a program in partnership with Harvard Graduate School of Education and the University of Pittsburgh...
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MusAid Summer Program

The MusAid summer lab offers musicians the unique opportunity to perform and teach at socially-driven music programs around the world during two-week summer workshops taking place in El Salvador, May 28-June 13, and India, June 29-July 12. MusAid Teaching Artists teach, perform and...
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New Assessment Tool for Teaching Artists

What is “excellence” in the arts? There is a worldwide effort to redefine what the word “excellent” can mean in an arts-for-social-change context. Researcher/activist Dennie Palmer Wolf investigates the ways teaching artists can use the report “Attributes of Excellence in Arts for Change,” from Animating...
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MUSAIC, a Video Library of Learning for Classical Musicians

MUSAIC is a collaborative digital project from some of of the most distinguished institutions in classical music: the New World Symphony, Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London), Manhattan School of Music, Royal Danish Academy of Music, Cleveland Institute of Music, Curtis Institute...
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Do you know about these seven black composers?

You may know about Florence Price and Scott Joplin, but do you know the work of George Bridgetower, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges? Make sure you know about these seven black composers who made classical music history. ...
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Expanding the Ways We Evaluate Excellence

For twenty years, the initiative Animating Democracy, from Americans for the Arts, has been the most prominent national organization supporting arts for social and civic change in the United States.  A few years ago they produced a significant report called Aesthetic...
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