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The Pennsylvania Arts Education Network is a coalition of arts, arts education, and advocacy organizations and individuals working together to strengthen public and policymaker support for Arts Education in Pennsylvania.

The Network was created after the Arts and Education Initiative’s Spring 2012 report, Creating Pennsylvania’s Future Through Arts and Education, found a need for a statewide partnership for arts education advocacy.  Directed by a Steering Committee of influential arts and education organizations across the state, The Pennsylvania Arts Education Network is currently being operated through the Education Policy and Leadership Center.

 

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Rollout of the National Arts Standards

The National Core Arts Standards were launched on June 4 with a national conference call webinar moderated by Marcia McCaffrey, New Hampshire Department of Education and president of the State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education (SEADAE), and Lynn Tuttle, Arizona Department of Education and immediate past president of SEADAE.  Click here to access the archival copy of the June […]

2014 Arts and Education Symposium: Call for Nominations

EPLC and the PA Arts Education Network will host a fourth annual Arts and Education Symposium at the State Museum in Harrisburg on Thursday, October 2. Call for Nominations: We are now seeking nominations for two awards that will again be presented at the fall Symposium.  One award will honor a school board, and one award will honor a […]

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Events

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PSEA Summer Leadership Conference at Gettysburg College
July 20, 2014
Gettysburg College

2014 VSA Intersections: Arts and Special Education Conference
July 22, 2014
The Westin Alexandria

AATE’s 27th National Conference
July 30, 2014
Unnamed Venue

Arts Education Partnership (AEP) National Forum
September 11, 2014

The Fine Art of the Common Core
September 24, 2014
BLaST IU 17 Williamsport Office

2014 Governor’s Awards for the Arts
September 28, 2014
Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center