News and Resources
News & Resources
Last month, we told you about Austin Soundwaves’ intergenerational mariachi ensemble Mariachi ParaTodos, launched partly due to a seed grant from the National Guild for Community Arts Education.
The D’Addario Foundation provides support for impactful instrument instruction programs in communities of need throughout the U.S. and Canada.
BRAVO Youth Orchestras (Oregon, USA) is staging its fourth Crossing Borders concert, happening online on April 18 at 6:30 p.m. PDT.
In December 2020, Digital Promise (an organization supporting innovation in education) convened more than 900 teachers, district leaders, charter leaders, researchers, and Black, Brown, and Indigenous organization leaders to reimagine the recruitment and retention of teachers of color.
As part of a new repertoire series for the 2021-22 season, the New York Youth Symphony has produced an educational video series highlighting the history and works of composers from historically underrepresented communities.
The Wallace Foundation has created the “StrongNonprofits Toolkit” to strengthen nonprofit management.
Young people consistently rank culminating events—performances, exhibitions, youth summits, screenings of their films—as powerful motivators in their involvement in creative youth development (CYD) programs.
The government of Afghanistan recently announced new regulations that take away the right for young people to sing.
The Global Leaders Program is presenting a free Foundation Roundtable Series of two hour-long sessions that focus on grants and funding, with a panel of innovative foundation leaders.
After decades of reports, conventions, statements, and commissions, a new report from UNESCO determines that women are still treated and paid unfairly, and are faced with inequitable and often harassing situations across the culture and creative sectors of UNESCO countries.