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Donna Liu

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11 June 2019

Newark, New Jersey, United States

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In Newark, New Jersey, an organization called Creative New Jersey brought together over 300 people to take part in over 50 different community improvement conversations during a convening called Call to Collaboration....

Next City

Audrey F. Henderson

22 February 2019

Chicago, Illinois, United States

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Art inspires innovation. At the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, the annual Black Creativity festival focuses both on championing the voices of African-American artists, innovators, and community leaders, an...

Deseret News

Lauren Bennett

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15 February 2019

Utah, United States

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By removing barriers to access, the Accessible Arts Academy empowers visually impaired students to engage with the arts. The three-week program at the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind brings together schools and co...

Chalkbeat

Matt Barnum

12 February 2019

Houston, Texas, United States

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An initiative in House schools that gives students access to the arts in the classroom has positively affected students' ability to concentrate, write, and even show compassion to one another. The initiative, known as...

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Rachael Beardsley

30 October 2018

Athens, Ohio, United States

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LGBT adolescents are invited to come to the PRISM Art Education classes put on by an Athens, Ohio arts organization. Through these classes, the youth learn skills, but more importantly get to know peers and build a su...

PBS NewsHour

Jeffrey Brown

Mike Fritz

16 October 2018

South Dakota, United States

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In order to help Native artists, the First People’s Fund launched the “Rolling Rez Arts,” a shuttle bus that doubles as an arts center, cell, and business incubator. “Every culture has stories. They have art. They hav...

The New York Times

Laura Holson

5 October 2018

Los Angeles, California, United States

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Founded in the Bronx in 2000, the Ghetto Film School’s mission is to train a diverse student body in the skills of making narrative film. Eighteen years later, the school teaches classes in New York, Los Angeles, and ...

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Audrey F. Henderson

29 August 2018

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

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The Cleveland Museum of Art has developed a multi-faceted plan to close the large disparity between the demographics of the community it serves and the demographics of its staff and visitors. Initiatives in the plan i...

Model D

Kristen Davis

21 August 2018

Detroit, Michigan, United States

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Lee Gaddis transformed an interest in board games into a business that helps all gamers, while on the side empowering youth to find career opportunities in gaming in his hometown of Detroit. The TableTopper is a produ...

The Guardian

Lucy Lamble

Danielle Stephens

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25 July 2018

Johannesburg, South Africa

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Shirley Apthorp was inspired by Venezuela's El Sistema, a national system that provides impoverished kids access to music education. She wanted to do something similar with opera in South Africa, were the genre was on...

The Bristol Cable

Sandi Dheensa

18 June 2018

Bristol, United Kingdom

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Breaking into the creative sector can be daunting. Rising Arts Agency increases access to mentorship, including by bringing young people of color to cultural institutions after hours. The program benefits everyone. Th...

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Jack Graham

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15 June 2018

Bogotá, Colombia

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Participation in art and music improves cognitive development and fosters social skills in young children. In Bogotá, Columbia, a program developed by Nidos: Art in Early Childhood provides tens of thousands of childr...

Artnet

Henri Neuendorf

9 May 2018

Los Angeles, California, United States

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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Arizona State University have teamed up to provide graduate students with a scholarship, an opportunity to work at LACMA, and a salary for that work. Furthermore, the program i...

The Guardian

Gillian Dohrn

16 March 2018

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Mostar Rock School is a school that takes students from both sides of the Nereta river, which divides the Bosnian Croat population and the Bosnian Muslims. The school allows students from different ethnic backgrounds ...

The Guardian

Dan Collyns

14 March 2018

Lima, Peru

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Vania Masías abandoned her prolific career as a professional ballerina to teach impoverished youth in Peru hip hop. “More than 100,000 children have passed through the programme over the years.”

Yes! Magazine

Martha Pskowski

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9 January 2018

San Agustín, Ecatepec, Mexico

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Abandoned buildings hold great potential. In Ecatepec, friends got together and transformed an empty commercial space into El Banco, a bustling hub of arts and recreation activities open all day for local kids and fam...

Next City

Catesby Holmes

31 December 2017

New York, New York, United States

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Museums all over the country are trying to attract diverse audiences. One of those is the Frick museum in New York which has a program called the Ghetto Film School project. Twenty students from the Bronx are select...

Cleveland.com (The Plain Dealer)

Steven Litt

30 November 2017

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

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In order to address the lack of diversity among mid- and senior-level art museum management, the Cleveland Museum of Art received a $750,000 grant from the Ford Foundation. Initiatives implemented as part of this gran...

Generocity

Julie Zeglen

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14 November 2017

Pennsylvania, United States

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"Songs in the Key of Free" is a program in a Pennsylvania prison brings together inmates to play music and write songs that they perform inside, while professional musicians also play the songs in venues outside priso...

Model D

Terryn Hall

6 January 2017

Detroit, Michigan, United States

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The Live6 area is home to a robust cultural and creative community. And with an increase in development, there's opportunity for artists and institutions to tap into that energy to spur growth.

Bright Magazine

Ankita Rao

28 July 2015

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Educators are bringing the classroom to the thousands of Mumbai’s children out of school — in school buses, treehouses, and beyond—enabling them to receive a quality education despite their poverty.

Bright Magazine

Robyn Jordan

29 June 2015

Seattle, Washington, United States

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Arts education programs in the United States are subjected to cutting for maintaining tight school budgets. Technology sectors in Seattle seek professionals who have been trained in problem solving skills and innovat...

The New York Times

Motoko Rich

9 June 2015

Pasadena, Maryland, United States

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As American classrooms have focused on raising test scores in math and reading, an outgrowth of the federal No Child Left Behind law and interpretations of the new Common Core standards, even the youngest students hav...

South China Morning Post

Enid Tsui

10 February 2015

Yangon, Myanmar

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After decades of government repression and censorship, Myanmar’s civilian government has allowed for freer creative expression. The Hong Kong based Asia Art Archive is helping to develop the infrastructure of an arts ...

The New York Times

Tina Rosenberg

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15 August 2012

Burbank, California, United States

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EngAGE is a program that funds alternative housing for low-income older people in California. They offer recreational classes that help keep people mentally and physically young.

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