News & Resources
A new resource database, “For the Lost Creative,” is now available to arts students and young professionals looking to take the next steps in their career paths.
PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Lab has taken a fresh look at how music can impact the wellbeing of young people, examining the ways that rhythm, music-making, and songwriting can help young people to self-soothe and express themselves creatively.
CultureForHealth, a multi-year project funded by the European Union, has pulled together recommendations from 300 scientific studies and 500+ projects that examine the influence of art and culture on health and wellbeing across Europe.
The Peabody Institute has published an open educational resource for early-career artists who want to develop their craft and then find funding for it: The Path to Funding: The Artist’s Guide to Building Your Audience, Generating Income, and Realizing Career Sustainability.
September is Deaf Awareness Month, with International Week of Deaf People having begun on September 19.
Researcher and author Alix Sarrouy has just published two books relevant to anyone involved in the music for social change field.
How does music impact the brain?
Last December, an album of endangered birdsongs, Songs of Disappearance, lasted several weeks among the top 50 albums in Australia—besting Taylor Swift, to name one of its contemporaries.
The nonprofit organization Drake Music Scotland is proving that technology can be more than a replacement for in-person experience.