1. A Diverse #NationofMakers: @NatlMakerFaire Maker Bio Filmmaker Renee Marchol

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    Reply with your video bio. Let's meet our Diverse #NationofMakers! Introvert #STEAM educators, non-hipster #STEM recent grads..all are welcome. A diversity of skill sets make a #NationofMakers @whitehouse @natlmakerfaire @creativitykids

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    • Induz | Passport to World Arts

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      Low-income students who are engaged in the arts outperform their peers in all school subjects, and are much more likely to graduate high school and college. Yet arts programs are the first to get cut, and have been steadily declining in the last 30 years. Induz provides award-winning free or low-cost arts and world culture programs to low-income children in California and around the world. No school or organization is turned away for lack of funds. Induz has received the President's Volunteer Service Award and grants from Google, Salesforce and the James Irvine Foundation.

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      • A Chance to Hope: Exposing Young Imaginations to Art

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        https://wonderbound.com/support/ Dive into the world of budding artistry by exploring Wonderbound's in-school programs, high school internships and Art Squad. Investing in the early careers of future artists is a top priority for Wonderbound. In fact, our Creative Director, Garrett Ammon, knows first-hand how powerful such initiatives can be–his first tastes of dance came through similar outreach efforts. Such programming is especially necessary in Colorado. Currently, the state ranks 42nd in the nation for arts funding per capita.* Without fostering the creative capacity and confidence of the next generation, our artistic ecosystem will devolve and eventually disappear. As a professional arts organization, we are honored to ensure that appreciation for the arts is passed on to future generations. https://wonderbound.com/support/ To discover more about Wonderbound, our productions and our emphasis on community, please visit http://wonderbound.com Featuring: Dawn Fay, Wonderbound Producing Director Damien Patterson, Wonderbound Company Artist Courtney Stevens, Graduate of High School Internship Program David Knapp, Rocky Mountain Elementary Principal Rebecca Sieve, Pinnacle Charter School Principal Seth Walter, Wonderbound Technical Director Eleanor Moriarty, Wonderbound Production Manager A’Lishaun Kirkendall-Jones, Art Squad Performer Jaden Williams, Art Squad Performer Aaliyah Williams, Art Squad Performer Music: "Devils" by Tom Hagerman "Havoc" by Ian Cooke "Under the Fallen Snow" by Jesse Manley "Requiem for a Fish" by The Freak Fandango Orchestra "The Catch" by Tom Hagerman Filmed and Edited by Sam Pike *2015 Current State Arts Agency Revenues Study by the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies

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        • Casita's Chorus at the Bronx Zoo

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          Our students performed at the re-opening of the Children's Zoo at the Bronx Zoo on Saturday, March 30, 2015.

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          • Gloria Ferris: Arts Education in Ohio

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            Civic Insights In Arts Education in Ohio. By Gloria Ferris, Community Activist and Director, I-Open Hi, I’m Gloria Ferris, a Director of I-Open and a community activist, a former teacher of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and a concerned citizen for the arts in Ohio. Arts education in Ohio has just had a blow. Recently, the State Board of Education agreed to allow art, music and drama to become an ancillary offering by our public school system. Make a video for I-Open. Go here http://vidrack.me/IOpen/ Read the article: http://www.i-open.org/blog/gloria-ferris-arts-education-in-ohio I-Open Media Resources: • Website http://www.i-open.org
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            • Spring 2015 Arts-Integration Highlights

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              Highlights from Progressive Arts Alliance's Arts-Integrated STEM Partnerships in the PreK-8 STEM Network in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. Projects range from sculpture to mixed media to video production to installation art. For more information, visit http://www.paalive.org

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              • STARFEST 2015 Art

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                L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs STARFEST 2015 Art is sponsored by Wilbur May Foundation ARTstars and LeConte Middle School. This is a celebration of works created by the student visual artists of L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs at Bancroft Middle School, Irving Middle School, King Middle School and LeConte Middle School. The students participate in free after school arts classes taught by professional teaching artists; Monica Cobian, Rachel Colon, Cris Equihua and Monique Levi.

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                • Seen and Heard

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                  By helping kids be seen for who they are, Young Audiences teaching artists help students grow and thrive in their schools and communities.

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