Mar. 13, Fredericton:
We are going forward as planned. If you cant attend we ill have lots of other ways to participate in this project including an online survey released this week. Drive Safe everyone!
We will attempt another Facebook live stream tonihgt too.
For more, see artslinknb.com/arts-education
One and All – Parents, educators, artists, students, and all interested community members: Join us Monday March 12 from 6PM-8PM for a dynamic discussion about arts education!
Everyone will have an opportunity to discuss the future of Anglophone public arts education in New Brunswick at this energetic world café.
We’ll ask you about your community and family’s access to arts education. Your feedback will help us paint a picture of what arts education looks like across the Anglophone School Districts.
The Arts Education Town Halls are part of a review of Anglophone arts education being led by ArtsLink NB as an important element in the realization of the province’s Cultural Policy. Participants will be asked to reflect on the state of arts education in their school district and to consider the impacts of arts education on their children, their students, or themselves. Discussions will identify significant challenges facing arts education as well as gathering ideas for what Anglophone arts education could look like in the future. Input will help direct further research as ArtsLink prepares a report on ways in which curriculum design, staffing, and resources can ensure that New Brunswick is doing its best to capitalize on the societal benefits that can be delivered by arts education in the schools.