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October 1, 2019

Self-care. Many either hate it or love it. Others believe that too much self-care is indulgent, but not enough self-care can lead to burnout and breakdowns. Where do we draw the line between not enough and just enough?

For our 2019 Membership Retreat, the Greater Cincin...

August 6, 2019

INTERGENERATIONAL LEARNING: The newest oldest way to learn

Amy Dennison, Associate Director of CCM Preparatory

Education Director, The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory and Community Engagement

What is intergenerational learning?

Intergener...

July 9, 2019

Approximately 1,000 participants converged on Minneapolis, MN for the 2019 Annual Americans for the Arts Convention. From June 13-16 attendees had the opportunity to listen to inspiring keynote speakers, network with colleagues, and attend break out sessions on a multi...

Change is never easy. When the Greater Cincinnati Alliance for Arts Education learned that Willie would be moving from us, we were sad to lose such an impactful member of the Cincinnati Arts community. However, we are thrilled for the adventures headed Willie’s way, an...

May 23, 2019

My hope for us is …

We all embrace certain ‘truths’ when choosing a career in arts education and community engagement such as lower pay, multiple hats and of course, many hours.  And while the constant change and level of energy needed may be a surprise to some – it sho...

April 5, 2019

The 2019 Arts Advocacy Day, hosted by Americans for the Arts brought together more than 600 activists on Capitol Hill to do one thing: tell congress to save the National Endowment for the Arts. 

Arts Advocacy Day was a remarkable experience that provided a first-hand lo...

March 8, 2019

March is upon us! While we are all hanging on for spring right around the corner, we may just have to hold on a little longer! To hold you over, check out this month’s blog, which focuses on a groundbreaking project created by our very own co-chair, Jared O’Roark.

Proje...

February 4, 2019

As a $730 billion industry, arts and culture are not only a backbone to our society and humanity, but fundamental to our economy. In Ohio alone, we see that over 90,000 people are employed by the arts, spanning all corners of the state. Although art itself can stand on...

December 8, 2018

Hello! November was a busy month for GCAAE. In between monthly meetings and Thanksgiving, we hosted our second Arts Education Summit. It was a fantastic day full of professional development and networking. See below for more details of the jam-packed day!

On November 6,...

November 3, 2018

Hello! We hope you all had a wonderfully spooky Halloween season. For our November blog, we’d like to share a piece written by GCAAE member, Amy Dennison. Amy is the Director of Education at CCM Preparatory and Community Engagement. She is a long time musician and craf...

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