[DOE-Arts] Arts Education Newsletter #26

Argy Nestor Argy.Nestor at maine.gov
Tue Jan 29 18:02:45 EST 2008


If you are receiving this email you are one of 625 educators.  To  
better serve the field of arts education I have changed the format of  
the newsletter.  A link to the Arts Education Newsletter #26 is below  
as a .pdf file.  The archived newsletters, numbers 1-25 can be found  
at http://www.maine.gov/education/lres/vpa/newsletter/index.html
PLEASE let me know if you have any trouble accessing the new and  
(what I think is) improved newsletter.  Any feedback is greatly  
appreciated.  Please free to forward the link to your colleagues,  
friends, moms, dads, daughters or sons at college, etc.  Happy last  
couple of days of January!
YAHOOOOOoooooOOoooOoooo for ARTS EDUCATION!!

http://www.maine.gov/education/lres/vpa/newsletter/artsed26.pdf



Make it a great day,
Argy

Argy Nestor
Visual and Performing Arts Specialist
Maine Department of Education
23 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0023
207-624-6825
fax: 207-624-6821
argy.nestor at maine.gov
http://www.maine.gov/education/lres/vpa/news.html


EXTENDING THE DANCE MAP: A NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND RURAL DANCE PROJECT

A wonderful dance opportunity is being offered!!!!  Teachers, dance  
educators, and dance artists are invited to participate in a four-day  
professional development opportunity in dance and movement  
education.  The overall goal is to make dance part of classroom  
curriculum and more available in public schools.  The first two  
professional development opportunities will take place on February 3,  
4.  If you are interested in participating or have questions please  
email Nancy Salmon ncsalmon at suscom-maine.net 207-865-4311.  This  
opportunity is made possible through a Dana Foundation grant awarded  
to Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.

	





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