TAG Quarterly Explores Creative Youth Development

Cover from Winter 2019 issue of TAG Quarterly. Artwork by Say Si.
Cover from Winter 2019 issue of TAG Quarterly. Artwork by Say Si.

The Winter 2019 issue of the TAG Quarterly is all about Creative Youth Development! The free online publication from the Teaching Artists Guild was released last week and is full of resources, research, and news from CYD leaders and practitioners across the country. Heather Ikemire of the National Guild for Community Arts Education and member of the CYD National Partnership wrote an article about the Creative Youth Development National Blueprint released in 2018 and its recommendations for moving CYD work forward. Also featured in the issue are Say Si’s Amalia Ortiz, Mara Higgins of Denver’s Alliance for Creative Youth Development, James Miles of Arts Corps, and teaching artist Kim Sabo Flores.

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Designing for Engagement Webinar (Recording Now Available)

Last month, the National Guild for Community Arts Education and the Wallace Foundation teamed up to host a free webinar to discuss the recently released Wallace report, “Designing for Engagement: The Experiences of Tweens in the Boys & Girls Clubs’ Youth Arts Initiative.”

Designing for Engagement report cover

Attendees heard from researchers and practitioners, covering research findings as well as practical tips from their experiences implementing new programs at Wisconsin Boys & Girls Clubs. The report builds upon the 2013 “Something to Say” report from the Wallace Foundation, which outlined 10 principles of exemplary youth arts programs.

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