SEADAE Blog

SEADAE Blog

The SEADAE blog provides a variety of voices. Blog authors will change periodically to share lessons learned to support the arts education field.


On Transparency and SEADAE

Past SEADAE President Beth Cornell provides a historical perspective of the SEADAE work including its foundational pillar: TRANSPARENCY! Read More

Post Date: 09/05/2012


Oregon Arts Content Standards Undergoing Revisions

Collaborative efforts, lead by the Oregon Alliance for Arts Education (OAAE), the statewide advocacy organization promoting PreK-12 instructional access to the arts for all students, are about to begin, to revise and update the Oregon Arts... Read More

Post Date: 08/26/2012
Blog Tag(s): Standards


SEADAE'S Founding President Speaks

Ana Luisa Cardona provides her view of the present state of affairs for arts education and she gazes ahead to the future landscape. Read More

Post Date: 08/15/2012
Blog Tag(s): Art, Policy


Olympics of the Visual Arts

Olympics of the Visual Arts is a 30-year old program that requires utilizing historical references, brainstorming, problem solving, and creative solutions. Read More

Post Date: 08/07/2012
Blog Tag(s): Art, Student Events


Arts, Research and Common Core State Standards in New Mexico

Vicki Breen,  the Arts, Literacy and Policy Consultant for the New Mexico Public Education Department blogs about research support Arts Education. Read More

Post Date: 07/25/2012
Blog Tag(s): Common Core, Standards


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