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A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

A collaborative of individuals, organizations and groups with a common interest in arts education, working to support quality arts learning for all students in New Hampshire by sharing information, resources and services.

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The Arts Education Buzz. . .

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Spotlights are designed to spread awareness of great arts learning experiences happening throughout our state. We hope to promote the spread of ideas across classroom  and discipline walls, to encourage the continuation of great arts education opportunities. If you or someone you know has recently completed a successful arts learning program or initiative, and would like to be considered for a NHALN Spotlight, please contact julianne.gadoury@dcr.nh.gov

 



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ugust UDL Educator Workshops


The Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire and VSA NH, in partnership with the NH Arts Learning Network, offer two low-cost summer professional development opportunities for educators focusing on Universal Design for Learning. The workshops are provided under a contract with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Creating an Inflatable Underwater World: A STEAM workshop for primary educators with intermediary artist C.M. Judge & Deborah Stuart

For classroom, SPED, music and art educators Same workshop, two locations:Tuesday, August 23, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Kimball Jenkins Estate, Concord Wednesday, August 24, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Lancaster Town Hall, Lancaster

Using Poetry to Reach ALL Students with NH Poet Laureate Alice Fogel
For K-12 educators, all subjects, including librarians & SPED administrators & staff
Monday, August 22, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Conway Public LIbrary, Conway

Visit www.aannh.org to read about the programs, call 603-323-7302, or email programs@aannh.org for more information.

We support quality Arts Education for all New Hampshire students by:

  • Increasing communications and connections among key stakeholders 
  • Sharing and leveraging resources, research and ideas for growth and sustainability
  • Encouraging best practice in arts teaching and learning (in and out of school)
  • Providing an open forum for policy discussion and information
  • Raising awareness of the value and benefits of arts learning
  • Fostering collaborations and partnerships that support arts education in our state


This year's NH Arts Education Partnership Conference will explore how the arts are essential to a well-rounded education; contribute to a strong school culture and community climate; reach all learners; are integral for STEAM learning; and teach 21st Century skills. The 22nd annual conference is a great professional development and networking opportunity for educators, teaching artists, parents, and school leaders. The conference provides focused time and unique resources to encourage exploration of the power of the arts to improve learning and build community. The conference is organized by the NH State Council on the Arts in partnership with the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire. More information.

We welcome Julianne Gadoury as the new Arts Council partner in our Arts Learning network! 


The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts is pleased to announce that Julianne Gadoury has transitioned from the Heritage & Traditional Arts program into the role of Arts Education Coordinator. She brings a range of experience in cultural studies, art history, arts administration, education, and graphic design to the position.
Prior to joining the NH State Council on the Arts Julianne was an adjunct lecturer for the New Hampshire Institute of Art and Southern New Hampshire University. She has worked with nonprofit community organizations teaching and leading workshops, developing curriculum and advising on evaluation.
A New Hampshire native, Julianne earned her Masters of Fine Arts in Printmaking and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Cultural Studies from Stony Brook University, New York. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History and in Studio Art from Marist College, New York.

 


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