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Artfully Speaking

Lectures, workshops and other events for educators presented by and through the Education Department of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.Subscribe to this audio series:

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Join Daniel Pink, author of A Whole New Mind, for his plenary speech at the Annual Meeting for the Kennedy Center's Partners in Education.
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In this episode we join Dr. Roger Tomhave, Fine Arts Coordinator for Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia, for his lecture A Whole New Education.
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In this episode we join Rob Horowitz, of the Center for Arts Education Research, for the first part of his lecture on Arts Education Research.
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In this episode we rejoin Rob Horowitz, of the Center for Arts Education Research, for the final part of his lecture on Arts Education Research.
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The first of a four part lecture presentation by Dick Deasy. In this first episode we join Mr. Deasy, director of the Arts Education Partnership for the first part of his lecture, "Why Arts Education?" where he discusses why the arts aren't in schools.
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In this episode we rejoin Dick Deasy, director of the Arts Education Partnership, for the second of four parts of his lecture, "Why Arts Education?" where he summarizes the research in Critical Links.
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In this episode we rejoin Dick Deasy, director of the Arts Education Partnership, for the third of four parts of his lecture, "Why Arts Education?" where he summarizes the findings in Third Space.
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In this episode we rejoin Dick Deasy, director of the Arts Education Partnership, for the final part of his lecture, "Why Arts Education?" where he answers questions from the audience.
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