Within the Every Student Succeeds Act, terminology such as “well-rounded” is utilized to describe the expectations for a child’s educational needs. With both the arts and music being a part of this definition, new sources of funding have become available to support these content areas.
The National Endowment for the Arts issued a report late last year that provides a gap analysis of young children’s social and emotional benefits through arts participation.
People attending the first Kentucky Arts Summit in June heard one message loud and clear – the arts are alive and well in Kentucky.
The Kentucky Historical Society’s outreach program, History smArts, enhances skills in visual and historical literacy among students with the aid of artifact collections.
The 2016 Kentucky Arts Education Summit is scheduled for June 16-17 at the RiverPark Center in Owensboro.
Applications are being accepted for the 2016 Kentucky Center Academies for Arts & Arts Integration.
The vision for our Owensboro Independent Schools fine arts department – Every Art for Every Child in Every School – is more than a slogan
Robert Duncan has served as the arts and humanities consultant at the Kentucky Department of Education since August 2009, following 28 years of classroom teaching.
Thirteen schools across the Commonwealth will receive a Teaching Art Together grant from the Kentucky Arts Council to conduct artist residencies with students this school year.
Kyle Lee is the coordinator of arts and humanities for the Kentucky Department of Education.