NOW IS THE TIME! Expanding Access to Arts Education in the Creative Capital
Come learn what Hartford, Boston and the Bronx are doing to extend access to arts education in their public schools. Why did these cities decide to focus on arts education in their public schools? How are they making that happen? What are their challenges? What are their lessons learned? Join the conversation about how Providence can leverage our deep bench of arts organizations, cultural plan, arts educators in and out of the schools and after school infrastructure to provide more opportunities for arts learning for our public school children?
April 25, 2013
Location: Rhode Island Foundation, 1 Union St #6, Providence, RI 02903
This day-long seminar is part of the 5th Annual Senator Claiborne Pell Lecture on Arts and Humanities events series, Co-sponsored by the Brown Center for Public Humanities, the City of Providence and the RI Foundation.
SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THE SEMINAR, REGISTER HERE. Registration is free. A complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Attendees may park in the RI Foundation's parking lot, behind the building.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the limited number of tickets available, we request your attendance for the full seminar session.
Contact Kah Yangni at [email protected]om with registration questions.
This seminar will be followed by the Claiborne Pell Reception and Lecture 5-7:30 pm, Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Free and open to the public
April 25, 2013 Annual Pell Lecture Events: Seminar Time: 9:00 am-4: 00pm