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Afterschool Art Studio, Life Drawing, and More at the RGAC this Fall!

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center has a variety of inspirational Fall 2011 Educational Offerings for adults and youth: please visit our website: www.roguegallery.org to see our exciting Adult workshops & classes and for more information about weekly Afterschool Art Studio for youth in grades 1 – 6. Get your creative juices flowing this fall with inspirational artist educators leading fun classes and workshops in a variety of art mediums. Whether you are a painter, printmaker, illustrator, aspiring artist interested in learning the basics or a professional artist extraordinaire, there’s something for everyone this fall at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center!

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Supporting Arts Education is Good Business

What is the role of business in ensuring that our educational system provides the workforce that they need? Businesses have been addressing this concern in a number of ways including forming partnerships with arts organizations and creating signature arts education programs to prepare students from elementary school through college to be successful in careers in […]

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The Trickle-Down Effect of Federal Arts Education Policy

Not long into my tenure at the U.S. Department of Education during the Clinton administration, I came to understand the limits of what the federal government can do for K-12 education. At the time, the department boosted funding to support the hiring of 100,000 new teachers and the launch of a new national afterschool initiative […]

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