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Karen Wade

We're way too obsessed with pushing science and math on our kids. - The Washington Post - 1 views

    How important will the arts and humanities be in our future? That is the question!
Ruth Cuadra

ArtPlace America Names 97 Finalists for Creative Placemaking Grants | ArtPlace America - 3 views

    Lots of third spaces in the making here. Look at all the California finalists!
Karen Wade

25-Report.indd - education_or_reputation.pdf - 1 views

    What will the emphasis on STEM, and the movement away from encouraging a liberal arts education (even at liberal arts schools) mean for the future of our culture? This report identifies trends leading us in that direction. So, considering these trends, what roles can museum play in promoting a liberal education?
Shelby Graham

Tang Museum director to lead innovative museum project at UC Santa Cruz - 0 views

    The UC Santa Cruz Arts Division announced today that John Weber-currently Dayton Director of the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York-has been hired to guide the development of a new institute of the arts and sciences.
Megan Conn

BBC News - Tough times ahead for US orchestras - 0 views

    Symphonies facing similar future issues as museums - how to engage younger audiences in a world of technology
Catherine King

We think, therefore we are - - 0 views

    What's The (Next Big) Idea For Flourishing Philosophy Clubs?

Class Action | NBC Bay Area - 0 views

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Garry Golden

Makerspace | Creating a space for young makers and educators - 3 views

    In March, our mobile outreach program is participating in the LA County Science Fair. In their exhibit area for hands-on participating, they've planned a "Mini-Maker Fair."
Leslie Matamoros

Museum of Craft and Design Curator Says Pop-Ups Are Here to Stay - San Francisco Arts -... - 0 views

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