Music For Relief Supports Disaster Victims

Japan Relief Continues Music for Relief works in partnership with established agencies to support immediate relief with food, water and medical supplies as well as long-term sustainable housing solutions for people affected by catastrophic natural disasters. Earlier this year, Music For Relief teamed up with

You Can END Extreme Poverty

Everyone working at The Global Poverty Project is passionate about equipping everyday people with the tools to make a real difference in the fight against extreme poverty. Their focus is on connecting people to the organizations, issues, and causes that demonstrate great promise in making big impacts.

5th Annual Festival of New American Musicals

The Festival of New American Musicals is presenting its 5th Annual Festival, now thru August 2012! Based in Los Angeles, California, FNAM is home to full productions, staged readings, workshops of musicals in progress, cabaret events, and concerts. In their first 4 years, they have presented: 125 Shows, Concerts and Events 83 Different Venues from […]

We Are The World 25 For Haiti

Recorded on February 1st, 2010, in the same studio as the original 25 years earlier (Henson Recording Studios, formerly A&M Recording Studios) the new version, in which Jones and Richie serve as executive producers and producers, was created in collaboration with executive producers Wyclef Jean, Randy Phillips and Peter Tortorici; producers Humberto Gattica and Red […]

Jill Vialet: Making Play Work

RECESS: A break from class learning where students within a school go outside for ten to thirty minutes to rest and have free time. You”re seven. You”re on the playground, playing tag. “Tag! You”re out!!” “You didn”t touch me, I”m not out!” “Yes I did too! You”re out.” You know how the rest goes. There […]

Art That Builds Problem-Solving Skills

Urban arts programs often build confidence and agency among youth who are disheartened by, or disconnected from, public schools. At a time when education is being shaped by a rigid test-taking culture, arts educators often succeed in eliciting a sense of inquiry and belonging among their students. Twenty years ago, Bob Bates was a part-time […]