Arts Every Day is proud to be a driving force in constructing and sustaining a Baltimore City that values public education through creativity, art, and culture. Everyone that has been touched by Arts Umbrella — from college students previous and current, to parents, workers, instructors, volunteers, donors and the Board of Directors — thrives and is fed by the vitality of the 1000’s of younger people who interact within the magic of the Arts Umbrella experience, 12 months after 12 months.
Recent Reports from the National Art Education Association (NAEA) confirmed with Governor Davis once they reported Students in art study rating larger on each their Verbal and Math SAT exams than those who are not enrolled in arts courses (California Art Study, 2003, p. 5). Attached is a copy of the test scores of students within the arts and students with no arts coursework.
Americans for the Arts launched a brand new Statement on Cultural Equity—the fruits of a year of work and consultation with members, advisory council members, stakeholders within the arts field, board, workers, and partners throughout the nonprofit sector.
From regional to localized actions, our outreach and joint efforts assist a wide range of initiatives, together with the annual Dutchess and Ulster County Executives’ Arts Awards, plus Poughkeepsie’s month-to-month Queen City Arts Initiative, collaborations with companies and organizations, and lots of other endeavors, fostering effective communications between artists and communities.
Clients include Mark Morris Dance Group, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, The Government of Quebec, Spoleto Festival (Italy New York Theatre Workshop, Mt. Tremper Arts Festival, and American Opera Projects, among others.