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We are closing in on the end of a wonderful year, and embarking on the possibilities of the new year. Consider the incredible learning op- portunities we have guided our students in this past year. Think about the skills and techniques they have investigated, practiced, and mastered. Now, reflect on how these skills and techniques connect to future possibilities. In our work to support student learning in the arts, are we also identifying how these skills transfer to a variety of pathways that students may be interested in? One indicator to look at for a more in-depth view of what the post secondary schooling landscape looks like is the 2012 report, The Creative Industries in Wis- consin .” The report shares that out of 381,296 total Wisconsin businesses, 3.4 percent account for creative industry businesses such as: arts businesses, non-profit museums, performing arts groups, to film, architecture, and advertising companies. Career Readiness in the Arts 1 Kudos 1 Just in Time PD 2 Creativity Education 2 Disciplinary Literacy Arts Sessions & Examples 2 Arts Careers Readi- ness 3 Career Connections through the Arts Events 3 From the Field 4 Arts Organization News 5 Arts Standards 5 Student Learning Ob- jectives 5 Educator Effectiveness 5 State Superintendent 6 DPI Sites 6 Events 6 Fine Arts & Creativity December 2013 Volume II, Issue 5 Career Readiness in the Arts Visit the Kudos site to submit your news “Kudos” Julie A. Palkowski, Ph.D. Fine Arts and Creativity Education Consultant Email Address - [email protected] Office Phone Number - 608-261-7494 Office Address - 125 South Webster St. P.O. Box 7841 Madison, WI 53707-7841 Website - http://cal.dpi.wi.gov/ cal_finearts-creativity Contact Information Inside this Issue: Congratulations to the student artists of the Milwaukee St. Thomas Moore High School AP Studio Art for work displayed in the Winter Art Show in December. Fine Arts Newsletter In our work, are we providing a broader scope of post secondary opportunities to our students? Are we integrating skills and knowledge that are transferable to not only creative industry roles, but also in other pathways? Visit the sites mentioned on page three of this issue to see what current possibilities exist for post secondary opportunities. Also, consider what skills to integrate within your instructional plans to sup- port students in their pursuit of path- ways. The 21st Century Skills offer areas that support all content areas and are transferable to multiple path- ways critical thinking, communica- tion, collaboration, creativity, innovation, and information literacy. Here is a clip to generate some thoughts about Arts in Schools . Wishing you and your family a won- derful close to 2013 and a blessed New Year. -Julie The Prime Products group of Eau Claire School District received the 2013 Youth Philanthropist of the Year Award from the Chippewa Valley Fundraising Professionals for their innovative program and service to the community. Con- gratulations to Kathy Bareis, Kriss Webert and 13 years of DeLong Middle School Prime Products students. Article ; Article 2 Congratulations to the GES Singers, a choir of 3rd-5th graders in Grafton, WI. The group performed with the Ozaukee Community Chorus. There were over 150 musicians singing together from ages 9- 80. The students were under the direction of music teacher, Jennifer Andrews. Arts in Schools Congratulations to Milwaukee High School of the Arts student Shampriel Morrise for receiving the YoungArts Merit Award, an honor shared by just 700 young artists around the country out of 10,000 applicants. Article
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  • We are closing in on the end of a wonderful

    year, and embarking on the possibilities of the

    new year. Consider the incredible learning op-

    portunities we have guided our students in this

    past year. Think about the skills and techniques

    they have investigated, practiced, and mastered.

    Now, reflect on how these skills and techniques

    connect to future possibilities. In our work to

    support student learning in the

    arts, are we also identifying how

    these skills transfer to a variety

    of pathways that students may

    be interested in?

    One indicator to look at for a

    more in-depth view of what the

    post secondary schooling landscape looks like is

    the 2012 report, “The Creative Industries in Wis-

    consin.” The report shares that out of 381,296

    total Wisconsin businesses, 3.4 percent account

    for creative industry businesses such as: arts

    businesses, non-profit museums, performing arts

    groups, to film, architecture, and advertising

    companies.

    Career Readiness in the Arts

    1

    Kudos 1

    Just in Time PD 2

    Creativity Education 2

    Disciplinary Literacy Arts Sessions & Examples

    2

    Arts Careers Readi-ness

    3

    Career Connections through the Arts Events

    3

    From the Field 4

    Arts Organization News

    5

    Arts Standards 5

    Student Learning Ob-jectives

    5

    Educator Effectiveness 5

    State Superintendent

    6

    DPI Sites 6

    Events 6

    Fine Arts & Creativity

    D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 3 V o l u m e I I , I s s u e 5

    Career Readiness in the Arts

    Visit the Kudos site to submit your news

    “Kudos”

    Julie A. Palkowski, Ph.D. Fine Arts and Creativity

    Education Consultant Email Address -

    [email protected] Office Phone Number -

    608-261-7494

    Office Address - 125 South Webster St.

    P.O. Box 7841 Madison, WI 53707-7841

    Website - http://cal.dpi.wi.gov/cal_finearts-creativity

    C on tac t

    I n fo r ma t io n

    I n s i d e t h i s I s s u e :

    Congratulations to the student artists of the Milwaukee St. Thomas Moore High School AP Studio Art for work displayed in the Winter Art Show in December. Fine Arts Newsletter

    In our work, are we providing a broader scope of

    post secondary opportunities to our students?

    Are we integrating skills and knowledge that are

    transferable to not only creative industry roles,

    but also in other pathways?

    Visit the sites mentioned on page three of this

    issue to see what current possibilities exist for

    post secondary opportunities. Also,

    consider what skills to integrate

    within your instructional plans to sup-

    port students in their pursuit of path-

    ways. The 21st Century Skills offer

    areas that support all content areas

    and are transferable to multiple path-

    ways – critical thinking, communica-

    tion, collaboration, creativity, innovation, and

    information literacy. Here is a clip to

    generate some thoughts about Arts

    in Schools.

    Wishing you and your family a won-

    derful close to 2013 and a blessed

    New Year. -Julie

    The Prime Products group of Eau Claire School District received the 2013 Youth Philanthropist of the Year Award from the Chippewa Valley Fundraising Professionals for their innovative program and service to the community. Con-gratulations to Kathy Bareis, Kriss Webert and 13 years of DeLong Middle

    School Prime Products students. Article; Article 2

    Congratulations to the GES Singers, a choir of 3rd-5th graders in Grafton, WI. The group performed with the Ozaukee Community Chorus. There were over 150 musicians singing together from ages 9-80. The students were under the direction of music teacher, Jennifer Andrews.

    Arts in Schools

    Congratulations to Milwaukee High School of the Arts student Shampriel Morrise for receiving the

    YoungArts Merit Award, an honor shared by just 700 young artists around the country out of 10,000

    applicants. Article

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    Additional education sites: Annenberg Learner ArtsEdge: Multimedia Art of Education (AOE) BadgerLink From the Top BBC Learning Zone

    MAM Teacher Resources Teaching Channel Teaching Today - WI Wisconsin Biographies

    Just in Time – Professional Development

    F i n e A r t s & C r e a t i v i t y E d u c a t i o n

    In the Studio with Eric Carle, Illustrator/Artist - 5 minutes; Scholastic Artist Study; Bureau of Labor Statistics - Art Directors

    Lighting Designer: A look at this Career - 9 minutes, 41 seconds; Lighting Designer Jake Fine Interview - 4 minutes, 15 seconds; Bureau of Labor Statistics - Set Designer

    Creativity Education What creative practices have you been using within your classroom to support student learning? Share by submitting ideas within the online site - Creative Classrooms for future issue consideration. Check the resources below to learn more about creativity in education.

    Creativity Education and Research - Scoop.it! page

    DPI Creativity Education website

    National Creativity Network (NCN)

    WIFACE diigo site offers several articles and resources about creativity

    Wisconsin Task Force on Arts and Creativity Education

    Session for DL Tools in the Arts- Feb. 8, 2014 (AM) at the WCME center in Waunakee. Details Additional professional develop-ment options, including an online site, are being developed for your use with this topic. Please contact Julie Palkowski if your district is interested in

    SKYPE, a phone conference, online option, or a webinar. These options, along with online networking groups, are being developed for professional development in arts edu-cation. Thank you for your patience as these options are being developed.

    Disciplinary Literacy Arts Sessions

    Be Great!: Juliet Doherty - 6 minutes, 24 seconds; Bureau of Labor Statistics - Dancer

    Star Wars - Recording Sessions - 4 minutes, 42 seconds; Interview: John Williams on scor-ing Star Wars - 2 minutes; Bureau of Labor Statistics - Composers

    This resource provides DL Arts examples and information about DL Tools in the Arts. Tip Sheet

    “Why the Arts?” - This 1 minute, 14 seconds video describes how the arts are: creative, offer historical perspec-tives and insight into culture, as well as other areas of development.

    Informational Text

    Visit past newsletter issues 2012-13 #7 & 8 to learn more about DL and “Informational Text.”

    WORDS, #, Images,

    Auditory Cues

    Angelou and Marsalis Col-laborate - 9 minute video

    D.I.Y. Old - Time Radio - Interactive site and 9 minute sound clip.

    Modern Dance: Three Dimen-sional Vocabulary – Grades 9-12. 18 minute video

    Examples of DL in the Arts

    “Why the Arts?”

    Here are a few examples of how you may use the Discipli-

    nary Literacy (DL) Tools in the Arts. Click on the links or the

    Tip Sheet to access these and other sites. Please share

    additional resources that you find helpful in your work.

    http://www.learner.org/resources/browse.html?discipline=1&grade=0http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/multimedia.aspxhttp://www.theartofed.com/http://www.BadgerLink.nethttp://fromthetop.org/content/pbs-television-programhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/http://teachers.mam.org/https://www.teachingchannel.org/http://www.teachingtodaywi.com/http://wimedialab.org/biographies/http://www.scholastic.com/bookfairs/books/hungrycaterpillar.swfhttps://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/eric-carle-author-studyhttp://www.bls.gov/ooh/Arts-and-Design/Art-directors.htmhttp://safeshare.tv/w/hUIYxQJlXchttp://safeshare.tv/w/WnHuUsLiQWhttp://safeshare.tv/w/WnHuUsLiQWhttp://www.bls.gov/ooh/arts-and-design/set-and-exhibit-designers.htmhttps://docs.google.com/a/dpi.wi.gov/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEQzOWcyZVBvaUVsbDZHY0Z3MEoyMHc6MA#gid=0http://www.scoop.it/t/creativity-education-and-researchhttp://cal.dpi.wi.gov/cal_creativityhttp://nationalcreativitynetwork.org/https://www.diigo.com/user/wifacehttp://creative.wisconsin.gov/http://center.wsmamusic.org/index.php?module=cms&page=136#DPIDirectionsmailto:[email protected]://docs.google.com/a/dpi.wi.gov/file/d/0B4LMDPvLeFzLSC1JU01tc0xLVlk/edit?pli=1http://safeshare.tv/w/caUovlYjPehttp://www.bls.gov/ooh/Entertainment-and-Sports/Dancers-and-choreographers.htmhttp://safeshare.tv/w/aADAcWwhbMhttp://safeshare.tv/w/UpRWlgAnPPhttp://safeshare.tv/w/UpRWlgAnPPhttp://www.bls.gov/ooh/entertainment-and-sports/music-directors-and-composers.htmhttps://docs.google.com/a/dpi.wi.gov/file/d/0B4LMDPvLeFzLSC1JU01tc0xLVlk/edithttp://safeshare.tv/w/vWYChFQpxChttp://cal.dpi.wi.gov/cal_finearts-creativityhttp://cal.dpi.wi.gov/cal_finearts-creativityhttp://video.pbs.org/video/1897229172/http://video.pbs.org/video/1897229172/http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/multimedia/series/AudioStories/telling-stories-with-sound.aspxhttps://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/teaching-modern-dance-vocabularyhttps://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/teaching-modern-dance-vocabularyhttp://safeshare.tv/w/vWYChFQpxChttps://docs.google.com/a/dpi.wi.gov/file/d/0B4LMDPvLeFzLSC1JU01tc0xLVlk/edit

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    F i n e A r t s & C r e a t i v i t y E d u c a t i o n

    There are articles and resources that explore careers in the arts as well as giving statistics about current occu-

    pations. Click on the pictures to visit these sites with

    your students.

    Arts Career Readiness Resources

    Check the visual and performing arts people interviews available within the “Just in Time—Professional Development” postings for this issue on page 2.

    There are multiple arts education events hosted each year that offer students the opportu-nity to work with creative industry professionals. A few are described within this posting.

    Please consider these and other activities which integrate these professional career con-nections to student interests.

    The Visioneer Design Challenge is a 6-12th grade student state-wide challenge involving industry professionals in different design fields. Video of Event; Website

    Launchpad is a competition of bands formed outside of school. It involves music industry professionals in

    critiquing the student musicians. The competition is in it’s 10th year, hosted by the Wisconsin School Music Association. Application

    Tech Olympics is a competition of stage crew in the completion of theatre skills tasks. Professionals work with the students and critique work completed by the high school stage crew teams. This is hosted within the Wisconsin Theatre Festival each year. Details; Registration; Story by Rick Wolff of ETC

    Career Connections through the Arts Events

    Map Video describing skills - 2 minutes Webinar - 57 minutes

    21st Century

    Skills Map –

    The Arts

    Art Education Builds 21st Century Skills- 3 minutes, 36 seconds; This video identifies skills in the arts that build 21st century skills.

    Video description of

    Performing Arts Careers

    The US Department

    of Education defined

    16 career clusters, including an arts area

    – Arts, A/V Technol-ogy, and Communi-

    cation. Arts, A/V Tech-

    nology, and Com-munication

    Video -3 minutes Career One Stop

    Videos site

    Career Cluster

    Series site

    Wisconsin Career

    and Technical Education

    WI Career Clus-

    ters and Path-

    ways WI Program of

    Study Plan exam-

    ple for Arts, A/V Technology &

    Communications

    21st Century

    Skills Map –

    The Arts

    http://safeshare.tv/w/npULRbWAZEhttp://safeshare.tv/w/npULRbWAZEhttp://www.wiarted.org/1/post/2012/02/get-your-registrations-in-to-the-2012-visioneer-design-challenge.htmlhttp://www.launchpadwisconsin.org/http://www.launchpadwisconsin.org/application.htmlhttp://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/conferences/wisconsin-high-school-theatre-festival/WHSTF-2013-tech-olympics.pdfhttp://sightlines.usitt.org/archive/v46/n04/stories/MidwestTO.htmlhttp://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/conferences/wisconsin-high-school-theatre-festival/registration.htmlhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4LMDPvLeFzLUE9JT1ByWXVfNDQ/edit?usp=sharinghttp://www.incredibleart.org/jobs/artjobs.htmlhttp://www.arteducators.org/community/nahs/students-careerhttp://www.bls.gov/ooh/About/Career-Guide-to-Industries.htmhttp://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/highest-paying-jobs-film-industry.htm#page=1http://education-portal.com/articles/Dancing_Career_Information_Becoming_a_Professional_Dancer.htmlhttp://www.p21.org/storage/documents/P21_arts_map_final.pdfhttp://safeshare.tv/w/OhHJfTHqWQhttp://safeshare.tv/w/yyXQcHehnwhttp://safeshare.tv/w/yktMVVieNx%20http://safeshare.tv/w/yktMVVieNx%20http://safeshare.tv/w/yktMVVieNxhttp://education-portal.com/videos/Performing_Arts_Professions_Video_Career_Options.htmlhttp://education-portal.com/videos/Performing_Arts_Professions_Video_Career_Options.htmlhttp://musiced.nafme.org/careers/career-center/glossary/http://www.musicalive.com/inside/coolcareers.phphttp://safeshare.tv/w/jBkcnXcHBbhttp://safeshare.tv/w/jBkcnXcHBbhttp://safeshare.tv/w/jBkcnXcHBbhttp://www.careeronestop.org/Videos/CareerandClusterVideos/career-and-cluster-videos.aspxhttp://www.careeronestop.org/Videos/CareerandClusterVideos/career-and-cluster-videos.aspxhttp://www.glencoe.com/sec/careers/cclusters/student/introclusters.shtmlhttp://www.glencoe.com/sec/careers/cclusters/student/introclusters.shtmlhttp://cte.dpi.wi.gov/http://cte.dpi.wi.gov/http://cte.dpi.wi.gov/http://cte.dpi.wi.gov/cte_clustersandpathshttp://cte.dpi.wi.gov/cte_clustersandpathshttp://cte.dpi.wi.gov/cte_clustersandpathshttp://cte.dpi.wi.gov/files/cte/xls/avtechfilm.xlshttp://cte.dpi.wi.gov/files/cte/xls/avtechfilm.xlshttp://www.glencoe.com/sec/careers/cclusters/student/clusters/arts.shtmlhttp://www.wiarted.org/visioneer-design-challenge.htmlhttp://www.launchpadwisconsin.org/http://www.onetonline.org/find/career?c=3

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    F i n e A r t s & C r e a t i v i t y E d u c a t i o n

    From the Field

    Title - Parent – Students Making Music Contact Person - Liz Rosenthal, School District of Beloit Turner Description - The sixth grade band students are teaching their parents how to play their

    musical instruments. Students outlined what should be taught and when. Following two lessons, both the parent (student) and the child (teacher) filled out a questionnaire about

    the experience. In addition, parents were invited to play along with their child at a sixth grade recital in November.

    Title - West Side Story Unit

    Shared by - Calli Ingebritsen/Patty Schlafer, Mount Horeb Area School District

    Description - The 7th grade general music classes worked on a unit on Romeo and Juliet as it compares to West Side Story. The unit was part of their examination of all stage settings of music

    including opera, ballet, and musicals. In 8th grade, band is using this prior knowledge as a basis for a deeper analysis of the com-

    positional characteristics of Leonard Bernstein’s melodies Tonight, Maria, Somewhere, Cool and One Hand, One Heart that reflect the

    characters of the story. The 8th grade band is using a West Side Story medley.

    Title - Pictures at an Exhibition

    Shared by - Amanda Reichhold, Oregon School District Description - At Netherwood Knoll Elementary in Oregon, the second,

    third, and fourth graders are studying Pictures at an Exhibition by Mus-sorgsky. The students are using the piece to explore various tempi and

    dynamic contrasts. They have also paired up with the art teacher to create

    visual representations of the music.

    Title - The Sorcerer’s Apprentice listening/writing work

    Shared by - Barb Stracy, Ripon Area School District Description - All second graders in the Ripon Area School District practice

    non-fiction writing to demonstrate listening and analysis skills three times per year. We first listen to the music, i.e. “Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” then to-

    gether in class make a list of instruments heard, tempo words (slow/fast)

    and dynamics (soft/loud). They then write three sentences… all beginning with a capital, ending with a period, and properly spelling and using the mu-

    sic words from the list. Students rewrite, with some classes’ work being displayed. This works as an assessment for the

    “listening & analysis” standard, giving the teacher and stu-dents data about music vocabulary knowledge and support

    for the school’s SLO for literacy. (Click on the student examples.)

    Title - Middle School Music Composition Unit Contact Person - Jessica Spicer, Waunakee Community School District

    Description - The 7th grade general music class at Waunakee Middle School are learning about modern recording and mixing techniques, using

    GarageBand and Sibelius programs. Students remixed a part of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 and are working on their own composition. Selected students will share

    pieces in a recital during an elementary music class.

    Here are tips

    and lesson ideas

    from Wisconsin

    Arts Teachers.

    Feel free to

    email each per-

    son if you have

    additional ques-

    tions about the

    ideas. If you

    would like to

    share a strategy

    for future news-

    letters, please

    go online and

    complete the

    “From the Field”

    Title - Digital Story-telling

    Shared by - Stacie Robelia, School Dis-

    trict of Spring Valley Description - Sec-

    ond grade students

    were involved within a lesson exploring

    art and creating digital stories. The

    art and classroom

    teacher worked with students on writing

    skills and creating drawings, turning

    these elements into digital stories. Stu-

    dents used an app–

    Bookcreator.

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]://docs.google.com/a/dpi.wi.gov/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDBCNkp6aUZDUGxaT2VXZE9QbnlmWEE6MA#gid=0mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]

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    F i n e A r t s & C r e a t i v i t y E d u c a t i o n

    Educator Effectiveness More information is available online at:

    Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness State System Website

    Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness State System Help Desk

    Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and Teachscape Welcome!

    Student

    Learning

    Objectives

    The National Coalition for Core Arts Standards and the State Education Agency Direc-

    tors of Arts Education have conducted two public reviews of standards in five arts areas - art and design, dance, media arts, music, and theatre. Drafts of standards pre

    K8 and high school are currently in a revision cycle and unavailable for download. Please visit the DPI Fine Arts website for resources including the Wisconsin Academic

    Learning Standards. The writing team’s work is available at NCCAS.

    Framework Release - Video

    Conceptual Framework - Paper

    Framework Matrix

    Check the NCCAS site for more details.

    Arts Standards

    An Interview with Lynn Tuttle about the Core Arts Standards

    SLO Examples in the Arts – other states

    SLO WI Examples: Art, Choir, Dance, Instrumental Music, General Music, and Theatre.

    SLO in the Arts Tip Sheet

    Session for SLO in the Arts- Feb. 8, 2014 (PM) at the WCME center in Waunakee. Details Contact Julie Palkowski for online professional development opportu-nities, a phone confer-ence, or a webinar for this topic.

    Arts Organization News

    The Music Listening Project is a program focused on students in grades 4-6. Visit online for more details.

    For more news and art and design events check the WAEA website. Also consider having your students participate within the Visual Arts. Classic and Youth Art Month.

    Visit the Wisconsin School Music Association and Center for news and events.

    Wisconsin Arts Board news is available online. Check for weekly updates.

    Plan ahead and consider having your students participate within the Visioneers Design Challenge.

    The Wisconsin Dance Council offers resources online.

    NAfME Pinterest site This site offers several postings focused on music education and resources.

    The Alliance for Wisconsin Theatre

    Educators offers resources online.

    The Kids from Wisconsin!

    The Kids from Wisconsin is an excellent learning opportunity for anyone interested in gaining a true professional performance and touring experience! The Kids from Wisconsin is a summer music troupe featuring a 20 person singer/dancer troupe and a 13 piece show band. Dates of Commitment are approximately June 7th through the end of August. The KIDS travel throughout Wisconsin and the Midwest, presenting over 60 performances. See more information

    NEW– Planning Curriculum in Art and Design The updated free guide is available online. No hard copies will be published. A hearty thank you to the co-authors of this guide. Their expertise and willingness to contribute to this resource is to be commended. Additional programming and curriculum is available in Wisconsin's Model Academic Standards for Art and Design Education (2000). You may purchase hard copies of the Wisconsin's Model Academic Standards for Art and Design Education (2000) at DPI Publication Sales or 800-243-8782.

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  • Julie A. Palkowski, Ph.D.

    Fine Arts and Creativity Education Consultant

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    608-261-7494

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    125 South Webster St.

    P.O. Box 7841

    Madison, WI 53707-7841

    Website—

    http://cal.dpi.wi.gov/cal_finearts-creativity

    Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction updates are

    provided online. Highlights recently posted include: DPI Site - latest news and links Agenda 2017: Every Child a Graduate, College and Career Ready

    DPI ConnectEd - arts articles

    Whitehouse Student Contests (December 2013)

    Raps Reach Special Education Students (October 2013)

    Compassion Art and Writing in La Crosse (October 2013)

    Arts in Education Week (September 2013)

    Arts Planning Grant (August 2013)

    Painting on the Walls in Merrill (July 2013)

    Creative Expression in Bad River (June 2013)

    Art Achievements- Google, Saul Bell Design (May 2013)

    Doodle Art Finalist (May 2013)

    Jazz Inspires, Elevates – Especially in Wisconsin? (April 2013)

    Best Music Communities (April 2013)

    Learning Highlights (March 2013)

    Music and Art Highlighted in March (February 2013)

    Music Visits in Howard-Suamico

    Grant for Puppets in Merrill Music Class

    Arts Summit

    Fine Arts and Creativity Education

    Fine Arts Pedagogy; Teacher Licensure - fine arts

    Wisconsin Academic Standards posters:

    Art and Design

    Dance

    DPI Fine Arts Sites

    Arts Education in Wisconsin

    Creativity Education and Research

    Inclusive Arts Education

    Music Education and Research WIFACE - arts education diigo links

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    February 8, 2014; Registration

    Additional Events Birch Creek Music Performance Center - Egg Harbor

    Horizons School Matinee Series - UW-Whitewater

    Woodson Art Museum

    UW-La Crosse Continuing Education Sessions

    UW-Stevens Point Auditions for Fall 2014 - Feb. 7, 14 & 21, 2014: Application Deadline - Feb. 3, 2014;

    Questions? [email protected]

    2014 VSA International Young Soloists Competition –

    Deadline January 27, 2014; Details - www.kennedy-center.org/IYS

    VSA Call for Art; Deadline February 3, 2014; Details - http://vsawis.org/exhibitions_sales/call_for_art/.

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