SEARCH RESULTS FOR ACCESS AND EQUITY IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 64 ITEMS FOUND
Author(s): Cross, Carol M.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1971
Chronicle of a dispute over the critics' role between the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston music critics. (Table of Contents, p. 1). Includes reprinted articles, editorials and letters to the editor from The Boston Globe, Time, The Boston Herald-Traveler, and The Phoenix. This material was prepared from published sources by Carol M. Cross under the supervision of Douglas Schwalbe. Copyright 1970 by the Institute of Arts Administration.
Author(s): Smith, Jean Kennedy and Plimpton, George
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1992
In 1974, Jean Kennedy Smith founded Very Special Arts to provide people with disabilities opportunities for integration and self-expression through drama, dance, music, creative writing and the visual arts. Now, in a series of candid and revealing interviews conducted by Smith and edited by George Plimpton, sixteen artists talk about their lives - and discuss how art has made a difference to them.
Author(s): Miller, Howard; Rynders, John E.; and Schleien, Stuart J.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1994
The question of how to facilitate social interaction between special education students and regular education students has been the subject of much study over the decade. Some successful methods and programs have been identified, but the problem has become one of introducing such programs into regular classroom programming. As the authors of this study note, classrooms must provide students with mental retardation with an enviroment that is motivationally stimulating and emotionally safe. This study provides evidence that drama can serve as a mechanism to increase interaction among students
Author(s): Nunns, Stephen
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1998
It is late in the afternoon, and Bill James, an incumbent county commissioner for Mecklenburg County, N.C. is talking my ear off. I'm not opposed to arts, James says over the phone with evident conviction. My kid takes ballet lessons.
Author(s): Day, Douglas and Bulger, Peggy A.
Date of Publication: August 21, 2001
One organization has defined cultural policy as, “in the aggregate, the values and principles, which guide any social entity in cultural affairs.”
Author(s): Polin, Jane L.
Date of Publication: May 10, 2015
In the 2001 landmark school financing case Campaign for Fiscal Equity vs. State of New York, Justice DeGrasse addressed the role of the arts in education. In his ruling, access to a complete education—an education that includes the arts—is the right, not the privilege, of students attending public schools in the state of New York. He went on to acknowledge the potential special benefits of an arts education for students from disadvantaged circumstances.
Author(s): Sidford, Holly
Date of Publication: October 2011
In this report, we make the case that more foundation funding in the arts should directly benefit lower-income communities, people of color and disadvantaged populations, broadly defined, and that more resources should be allocated to expand the role of arts and culture in addressing the inequalities that challenge our communities. There are compelling humanistic, demographic, aesthetic and economic reasons to move in this direction. By doing so, philanthropy can shape a more inclusive and dynamic cultural sector, as well as a more equitable, fair and democratic world.
Author(s): Silber, Bohne and Triplett, Tim
Date of Publication: January 2015
This report synthesizes findings across several modes of arts participation (attending the visual and performing arts, reading literature, creating/performing art, using digital media to consume art, and learning within the arts) to show how many American adults--and from which backgrounds--have engaged in art throughout the decade of 2002 to 2012. Based on the NEA's Survey of Public Participation in the Arts (SPPA), conducted in partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau.
Author(s): Stoelinga, Sara Ray
Date of Publication: January 2015
In 2014, the Turnaround Arts initiative completed an evaluation report covering two years of program implementation. The final report provides a description and analysis of program impacts in the pilot cohort of 8 Turnaround Arts schools by the end of their second year.
Author(s): National Committee, Arts for the Handicapped; CEMREL; and National Aesthetic Education Learning Center
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1977
This book is a summary of a national symposium on arts education for children with special needs, sponsored and convened by the National Aesthetic Education Learning Center, CEMREL, Inc. and the National Committee, Arts for the Handicapped, to explore and highlight the basic issues and problems confronting arts educators and others who are seeking to provide quality arts programs for physically, emotionally and mentally handicapped children and youth.