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Envisioning Arts Education in Vermont

Envisioning Arts Education in Vermont

October 21, 2014

Join the Conversation

All Vermont students should have the opportunity to learn in, about, and through the arts. How can we ensure that happens?

The Vermont Arts Council wants you to participate in a conversation about the future of arts education in Vermont. Share you concerns, hopes, and ideas at a series of community forums we are hosting throughout the state this fall and winter.

Community Forum

Wednesday, January 28, 6:30 p.m.
Vermont Learning Collaborative, 471 US Route 5, Dummerston

Thursday, February 5, 6:30 p.m.
Town of Bennington Fire Facility, 3rd Floor, 130 River Street, Bennington

This conversation was initiated on September 11, 2014 at the Vermont College of Fine Arts. 120 leaders in the arts, education, and business communities came together with the goal of identifying a series of priorities and strategies to ensure that Vermont students have the opportunity to develop their creative abilities and critical thinking. Ellen Lovell-McCulloch delivered an inspiring and informative keynote address, “Eloquent Evidence.”

Text of “Eloquent Evidence,” by Ellen McCulloch-Lovell

Video of Envisioning Arts Education in Vermont, ORCA Media

Summary of September 11, 2014 group discussions

Continue the Conversation

Add comments below, and attend our next community forum!

Tags: arts in education, Ellen Lovell-McCulloch, integrated arts, stakeholders in Vermont education


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