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Archive for the 'Fine Arts' Category

Nominate a Principal that Loves Music

Monday, February 7th, 2011

The awards aim to recognize elementary and secondary school principals across Canada who demonstrably ensure that music is an integral component of their students’ education. The awarded principal will receive $2,500 for their school’s music program, along with other recognition and prizes. Nominate a deserving school principal today by visiting our website. Nomination deadline is… Read More →

Crucial for all Fine Arts Educators

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Education Minister Dave Hancock has agreed to speak at a public Save Our Fine Arts event on January 25th, 2011 at Central Memorial High School in Calgary starting at 7:30 p.m. This will be our best opportunity to demonstrate to the Alberta Government, the media, and the general public that fine arts education in our… Read More →

Glenbow’s Summer Youth Programs

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Are you looking for some fun, interactive summer programming? Planning a birthday party? Coordinating a youth group? Then you should check out Glenbow’s new summer youth programs! Try on authentic armour, role-play with Alberta’s mavericks or explore the world of abstract art. Click here for more information or call Glenbow Museum’s booking office at 403.268.4110,… Read More →

Music Education Workshop and Jam: July 26

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Check out Shirley Jackson, an awesome musician and music educator from Halifax, at Cantos for Blue Mondays Workshop and Jam on July 26! Her workshop will be on the importance of music in education and her experience in songwriting and performance and how it relates to literacy. She teaches Grades 6-9 instrumental music for Halifax… Read More →

Music Monday-A Day for Music Education in Canadian Schools

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Music Monday   Click on the link for the Coalition for Music Education’s video about the event. Monday, May 3 is a National Event in support of Music Education! Hold a Music Monday event at your school and blog about it on their site. You could be eligible to win a $2500 grant!