2007 BCA10 Awardee, Deutsche Bank, Opens Pathways to Students Interested in Art Careers

Deutsche Bank, a 2007 Business Committee for the Arts awardee, renewed its support of New York’s famed Frieze Art Fair in 2017. With this commitment, Deutsche Bank supports Frieze New York’s non-profit arm, Frieze Education, a year-round program that prepares young New Yorkers from underserved communities across the five boroughs for future careers in the arts. Frieze Education expands access to […]

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Why All Parents Should Care About Arts Education

By Jill Coody Smits When we think about “the arts,” often we go huge: the Louvre, Broadway, Swan Lake, Picasso. Perhaps without even realizing it, though, many parents instinctively know the value of the arts and incorporate them into our children’s lives in much smaller ways. Otherwise, why would we give our toddlers that first pack […]

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Grant To Increase Access To Classical Music Education

 The $2.53 million grant will assist Temple Music Preparatory Division. by Marissa Howe 21 February 2017 Josephine Kwok, a violist in the Community Music Scholars Program, plays the viola during rehearsal on Feb. 11. Temple’s Music Preparatory Division is part of Philadelphia Music Alliance for Youth Artists Initiative, which recently received a grant from the […]

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Boston Brings The Music Back By Boosting Arts Education

PBS NEWSHOUR At a time when schools across the country are cutting arts education, this city is aiming to make it universal. Myran Parker-Brass, a classically trained mezzo-soprano who sang for the Boston Symphony, is working to provide weekly arts education to all middle and elementary Boston public school students. And she’s not stopping there. […]

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