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May 29, 2015

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Article: The Art of Saving Water

California Arts Council Director Craig Watson reflects on our recent partnership with the California Department of Water Resources: 

"While the actions of adults on water conservation will determine our fate, making kids aware of water and the drought is important too.

At the California Arts Council, we noticed that California's 4th and 5th grade students must meet science, history, and social science standards that require water education. Fourth grade students trace the evolution of California's water system into a network of dams, aqueducts, and reservoirs, while 5th graders are taught the human impact on earth systems such as water. And we know from research and experience that integrating arts into subjects like science and math can engage students and increase achievement. So why not combine art and science studies in a fun and creative project?"

Read the complete article at Zocalo Public Square >>

Did you file for a tax extension?

Remember to support arts education by donating to the Keep Arts in Schools Fund. Filing your taxes via Turbo Tax? Donating to the Keep Arts in Schools Fund is simple... if you know where to look. Follow these simple steps to find the Keep Arts in Schools Fund when you file your state taxes and make your donation to support arts education programs across California.  MORE >>

Blog: Maximum Security, Traditional Arts - Our Work in Prisons

Blog: Maximum Security, Traditional Arts - Our Work in Prisons

A guest blog from Amy Kitchener, Director of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts   >>

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