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A National Collaborative Evaluation of Sistema-inspired Music EducationThe Longy School of Music of Bard College and WolfBrown have formed a strategic partnership to carry out a two-year study of the benefits of Sistema-inspired programs for children in grades K-8. more>>
Dennie Palmer Wolf honored by National Guild for Community Arts EducationOn November 2, 2013, the National Guild for Community Arts Education awarded WolfBrown’s Dennie Palmer Wolf with its 2013 National Guild Service Award. Elizabeth Whitford, Executive Director of Arts Corps, made the following remarks in presenting Dennie with the award. more>>
Sean Fenton joins WolfBrown as Manager of Intrinsic Impact programSean Fenton joined WolfBrown’s San Francisco office in September 2013 as Manager of WolfBrown’s Intrinsic Impact programs. In his role, Sean will oversee both marketing and client services. Sean comes to WolfBrown with over 11 years of experience as a theatre professional and educator. more>>
|No. 31 | published 2013|
Investing In the Long View
How do we know the arts matter? Where is the added value? What is the evidence that investing in the arts has an impact? These are questions that arts presenters, administrators, and artists and performers working in the public sector are pressed to answer daily more >>
Our Voices Count: The Potential Impact of Strength-Based Music Programs in Juvenile Justice Settings|
Wolfbrown took on an evaluation of the impact of ensemble choral music-making on young people living in one of the most uncertain and stressful environments: the juvenile justice system. more >>
Building Our Creative Capital Through the Arts|
by Dennie Palmer Wolf
On April 8th, Dennie Wolf presented this summary of arts education research for a Congressional Briefing sponsored by the College Board. The briefing provided background for congressional staff who will be working on the upcoming renewal of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. more >>