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This is a presentation for teachers who want to help their students understand the importance of arts advocacy.

This is a presentation for teachers who want to help their students understand the importance of arts advocacy.

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  • 1. Student Arts Activists
    Our Future in THEIR Hands!
  • 2. Arts Activists?
    “But aren’t they too young?”
    Not too young to know:
    The arts are a part of our daily lives
    Students at Carl Sandburg Middle School create pinwheels that contain their written thoughts about war and peace.
  • 3. Arts Activists
    The arts are connected to other parts of our lives
    Part of a GLOBAL movement , Pinwheels for Peace– “Imagine Whirled Peace!”
    Celebrating International Peace Day, Sept. 21
    www.pinwheelsfor peace.com
  • 4. Arts Activists in Elementary School!
    The arts depend on public support to make them accessible to everyone!
    Federal support (NEA) and State support (NJSCA) help make the arts affordable for all including:
    • Students
    • 5. Senior citizens
    • 6. Economically disadvantaged
  • Students created Valentine Cards for former Governor McGreevey in 2002 when state arts funding was budgeted at ZERO!
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  • 10. Visit jerseyarts.com during October, National Arts & Humanities Month
    Upload a video (30 sec.-1 min.) that says what the arts do for YOU and win a Flip Mino video cam!
  • 11. 12. Ability to Accept Terms of Service
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  • 12. Other Resources
  • 13. Americans for the Arts
    artsusa.org
  • 14. Art Pride New Jersey
    artpridenj.com
    Arts Action Center – contact your legislators
    Connections online art gallery
  • 15. NJ Arts Education Partnership
    artsednj.org
    NJ Arts Education Census Project
  • 16. NJ Arts Education Collective
    njaec.org
    The New Jersey Arts Education Collective is a partnership of not-for-profit organizations whose mission is to provide the highest quality, professional development for members of the arts and education community.
  • 17. Young Audience for Learning NJ
    yanj.org
  • 18. dosomething.org
  • 19. Art Pride NJ Foundation
    432 High St.
    Burlington, NJ 08016
    609.479.3377 ext. 307
    Fax – 609.964.1566
    www.artpridenj.com
    artpride@artpridenj.com