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#WeAllDeserveArts: Precious Blake – MSAC Arts in Education Program Director and Accessibility Coordinator

Precious Blake of MSAC gives some data-driven perspective on the importance of artist mentalities in adaptation and creativity during...

#WeAllDeserveArts: Jane Coffey – AEMS Trustee / Development Director, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

AEMS Trustee Jane Coffey shares about her life in the arts in this week's #WeAllDeserveArts blog post.

#WeAllDeserveArts: Dena Robinson, Video Team Teacher and DEI Facilitator at Wide Angle Youth Media

Dena Robinson discusses the urgent need to use the arts to elevate Black people and the history of the...

#WeAllDeserveArts: Dana Carr – Executive Director, Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center

Dana Carr, Executive Director of Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center (LYTC) recounts her own journey as an arts educator...

#WeAllDeserveArts: Stacie Sanders Evans – President & CEO of Young Audiences/Arts For Learning, Maryland Affiliate

President and CEO of Young Audiences/Arts for Learning Stacie Sanders Evans reflects on the benefits of the arts for...

#WeAllDeserveArts: Danielle Clapperton – Producer at Wide Angle Youth Media

Reflections on the significance of art from Danielle Clapperton, producer at Wide Angle Youth Media

#WeAllDeserveArts: A letter from AEMS Executive Director Quanice Floyd

A letter from AEMS Executive Director Quanice Floyd concerning the future of arts education in Maryland.

#WeAllDeserveArts: Jeff Poulin, Educator, Non-profit Administrator

Reflections on the power of arts education to create political change by educator and administrator Jeff Poulin.

#WeAllDeserveArts: Michael Bell, Fine Arts Supervisor for Queen Anne’s County Public Schools

Reflections on how important the arts are in processing trauma and significant life events by Queen Anne's County Fine...

#WeAllDeserveArts: Robert Miller, Master Arts Educator

Reflections from master teacher Robert Miller on the state of arts education before and now within the pandemic.

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