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Arts Alive! Joins Educators, Artists, Administrators

Arts Alive! Joins Educators, Artists, Administrators

January 14, 2014

Clark State Community College's Performing Arts Center, Wittenberg University, Clark County Education Service Center and Springfield City Schools are partnering to present the second Arts Alive! Conference at the Clark State Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center on Tuesday, January 21, 2014, from 7:30 a.m. to noon.

This year's conference was planned in collaboration with Springfield City School's waiver day and will focus on integrating the arts into regular curriculum plans and helping teachers become more knowledgeable about content standards. The Arts Alive! partnership is part of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts program to assist arts and cultural organizations throughout the nation in developing and expanding educational partnerships with local school districts. The partnership is focused on providing professional development programs in the arts for all teachers.

The conference will feature introductions by Corwin Georges, Ph.D., chairman and professor of the department of theatre and dance at Wittenberg University and a keynote address on the state of the arts by Donna Collins, executive director of Ohio Citizens for the Arts.

Attendees can attend their choice of two sessions:

Contact Beth Dixon at 937.328.7951 for questions and registration information.

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