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A Future Without Jobs

      uch has been written, tweeted, Facebooked, and spoken about the passing of Apple genius, Steve Jobs. I remember Apple computers in school. And I remember my first Macintosh computer that my parents bought me. The computer housing was gray, and the display was gray-scale. But every time I booted it up, there […]

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Documenting the Importance of Arts Education | Americans for the Arts Action Fund

The following films document the power of arts in young people’s lives. Plan an event around a screening of one of these films as a way to generate community dialogue about the importance of arts education. Invite community leaders, school leaders, artists, students, teachers, and parents to participate. Click the film image to view the trailer.

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Elementary Art Outreach Program CONTINUES!

Rogue Gallery and Art Center

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is the recipient of a $2,775 grant from the Reed and Carolee Walker Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation. The grant will help increase visual literacy among elementary school students by presenting discipline-based visual arts education. The gift will fund a 5th grade art curriculum at Jackson Elementary School in Medford.

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