Poetry Out Loud (POL)
Poetry Out Loud: Celebrating Poetry in Maryland Schools The words of great poets literally come to life in Poetry Out Loud (POL), a literary arts program created by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the Poetry Foundation. Through MSAC support, students across Maryland are enriched by this national arts education program that encourages the mastery of great poetry through memorization, performance, and competition.
Preparing Educators and School Leaders for Effective Arts Integration
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This Education Trends report explores successful practices for arts integration, with a focus on educator and school leader professional development, and provides an overview of research that highlights the impact of instructor preparation and professional development on student outcomes.
Art Incorporated Into Prince George’s Curriculum
Prince George's Schools CEO Kevin Maxwell led the effort to institute arts integration four years ago at 15 schools. Today, 73 schools have teachers who integrate art into all the core subjects of science, technology, math and reading.
In the '60s, Miriam Schapiro Was Already Using Computer Models to Build Dream-Like Geometries—See...
See the computer-assisted paintings that feminist pioneer Miriam Schapiro was already making in the late 1960s, on view at Honor Fraser.
smARTbeats: Up to Eleven!
We've heard memories of touring with the one-and-only Ray Charles, of reaching audiences around the world through foreign language and poetry, taken a musical journey to outer space, and found out what motivates, energizes, and inspires these Young Audiences teaching artists.
Capoeira Angola Martial Arts at JHSPH
The Baltimore chapter of the International Capoeira Angola Foundation (ICAF) is preserving and committed promote the rich heritage of Capoeira Angola for fut...