a.r.t. ran into Daniel Goldin from Boswell Books and he posted this wonderful mention on the Boswell Books blog. Don't forget the 2nd Annual a.r.t. Benefit Concert is tomorrow, May 21st. 9PM at The Hotel Foster. See you there!
Mark Metcalf speaks to a.r.t. founder & director, Christina Ratatori, about the impact of arts in education and grassroots efforts to keep it from being lost.
Linda Nathan | Milwaukee musings:
Linda Nathan blogs about her recent trip to Milwaukee and a.r.t. While in town, Linda spoke for a book talk held at Boswell Books by a.r.t., did an interview with Bonnie North on Lake Effect on 89.7FM WUWM, visited two MPS schools (Fratney/La Escuela & Milwaukee High School of the Arts) and toured the Milwaukee Art Museum. Read her blog for more about her visit to Milwaukee.
Author & arts advocate, Linda Nathan of Boston Arts Academy, blogs about her upcoming visit to Milwaukee for a.r.t. Linda Nathan will be speaking at Boswell Books on Sat 10.23.10 at 4:00 PM about her experiences and new book "The Hardest Questions Aren't on the Test: Lessons From An Innovative Urban School"
Christina Ratatori (Director & Founder of a.r.t.) talks to ThirdCoast Digest about a.r.t.'s first annual benefit concert to raise awareness and money for the arts in MPS. The Benefit is scheduled to take place at Cafe Centraal on 05.22.10 at 9:00 PM and features live music by: Blue, Serioulsy / Fly Neurotic / Random Maxx / The Delta Routine.
Article by Patti Wenzel. Read the story on ThirdCoast Digest's website.
Today's TMJ4 news coverage of the student/teacher rally to save the arts in MPS.
News story by Lauren Leamanczyk. Read the story and see the video from Today's TMJ4's website.
JSOnline news article about the student/teacher rally to save the arts in MPS.
News story by Erin Richards. Read the article on JSOnline's website.
Christina Ratatori (Director & Founder of a.r.t) talks to ThirdCoast Digest about the importance of arts in our public schools while the disctrict faces budget cuts that could endanger the arts.
Article by Patti Wenzel. Read the story from Thirdcoast Digest's website.