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BLOG: Thank an Art Teacher! with Ann Marie Miller, ArtPride NJ.

When I think back over my 30+ year career in the arts I wonder, “Who is responsible for jumpstarting my love of the arts?” I

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BLOG: Arts Ed Now – Local Heroes Spotlight

This September, in schools throughout New Jersey there was added cause for excitement amid the usual flurry of activity that marks the start of the

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BLOG: Creating a Campaign…Together by Ennis Carter, Director of Social Impact Studios

It’s always exciting to work on a new campaign. The energy of a powerful idea mixed with the spirit of dedicated advocates can spark creativity

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BLOG: Arts Ed Now: Ambassadors and Trailblazers, Let Us Hear Your Voice!

Since last September, when many of New Jersey’s devoted arts education leaders were introduced to the Arts Ed Now campaign, arts advocates have been abuzz.

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BLOG: "Seasons of Love" an Art and Music Mural Project by Alison Wallace

A few years ago, I found myself in a new situation as an art educator. After seven years of teaching high school art, I was

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Blog: 2016 Teen Arts Festivals: A Look Back

After numerous county festivals in March, April and May, the final New Jersey Teen Arts Festival of 2016 was held at Ocean County College on

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Blog: Attention all Past, Present, and Future Governor’s Awardees: Be Proud and Loud!

The 2016 New Jersey Governor’s Awards in Arts Education are just around the corner. You can join the celebration of talent, creativity and leadership on

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Blog: #STEAM Stories from the Garden State

STEAM EmPOWERment showcases the work of several schools in the Paterson Public Schools. Photo via steamempowerment.blogspot.com. Conversations about STEAM, both in New Jersey and throughout

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Blog: Interview with JoAnn Onnembo, President of AENJ to discuss YAM, stories and advocacy.

March is Youth Art Month (YAM), a time, according to the National Art Education Association, “to celebrate visual arts for grades K – 12, emphasize

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Blog: The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 and what it means for Arts Education

Last month, after years of stalled negotiations and Congressional stalemates, President Obama signed into law a new version of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

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