Mass Cultural Council invited Katie Wyatt and Dalouge Smith to share a conversation around two different models of growing creative youth development programming at the city and state level for it’s Creative Youth Development blog, Seen & Heard. Continue reading “In Conversation: Katie Wyatt and Dalouge Smith”
Booth, one of the foremost experts in the world on teaching artists, discusses the field and craft of teaching artistry. He says while teaching artists are recognized as learning catalysts – by the education, business, and healthcare sectors (to name a few) – there continue to be insufficient growth pathways to support the expertise that’s been developed by this global workforce.
- Dr. Anthony Trecek-King, Artistic Director of the Boston Children’s Chorus, discusses music as a catalyst to create social change.
- Susan Rodgerson, Founding Executive/Artistic Director of Artists For Humanity, discusses pioneering youth entrepreneurship & sustainability.
- Jane Chu, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, discusses mapping an Infrastructure that helps the arts thrive.
- Bob Lynch, Americans for the Arts’ President and CEO, discusses national arts advocacy leadership strategies and observations.
Check out the Storify for the National Summit on Creative Youth Development: