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Chapel Hill, NC 27516
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Jef Lambdin, Faye Stanley, and Sheila Kerrigan gave a presentation, Effective and Efficient Arts Integration Learning Strategies, at the South Carolina Alliance for Arts Education conference in Columbia, on October 8, 2015. About twenty-five teachers, old friends and new, participated. … Continue reading
We are excited to be presenting at the A+ Schools 20th Anniversary Conference in Durham, NC, at the Carolina Theater, on August 3-5th. http://www.aplus-schools.ncdcr.gov/workshops/conference Sheila Kerrigan leads a workshop for educators on “Fostering Creative Thinking in the Classroom.” Here is … Continue reading
Sheila Kerrigan was invited to present a workshop, called, “How Do I Get My Students to Collaborate and Discuss Effectively?” at the 2013 Arts and Education Forum of the Southeast Center for Education in the Arts in Chattanooga, TN on … Continue reading
The North Carolina General Assembly has approved the creation of an Arts Education Commission to oversee the implementation of recommendations from the Senate Bill 66 Task Force. The recommendations call for a comprehensive arts education plan where arts are a … Continue reading
Martha Burdette and Sheila Kerrigan led a two-day professional development session for the faculty of Sandy Ridge Visual and Performing Arts Elementary School, a brand-new arts magnet in Durham, NC. Teachers began the first day with collaboration skill-building, so that … Continue reading
Jef, Martha and Sheila led an Artist Salon on Becoming a Teaching Artist for 22 potential teaching artists on Friday, August 19th, 2011, at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro, NC, under the auspices of the Orange County Arts Commission. We demonstrated … Continue reading
Martha Burdette and Sheila Kerrigan attended the Arts Education Partnership Forum in Washington, DC, May 6 & 7, 2011.
The IRS has notified us that we are now a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization with all the rights and responsibilities that pertain. Yippee!