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Stories by Priska Neely
Create CA, a state arts education group, has developed a "Declaration of the Rights of All Students to Equity in Arts Learning." It hopes school districts will adopt it.
Eighth graders across the country were quizzed in 2016 on their knowledge and skills in visual arts and music. Just like in 2008, the results weren't great.
Local government arts agencies are holding an Arts Datathon aimed at cultivating ideas for increasing access to the arts in L.A. County.
This one wasn't as cut-throat as the TV show on ABC, so organizers jokingly referred to it as "Dolphin Pool," said career services director Rita Soultanian.
Tom Torlakson, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, announced today that 83.2 percent of students in the class of 2016 graduated – a record high.
In continuation high schools, for teens at risk of dropping out, arts instruction is sparse. On Friday, a play made by and for these students opens in East L.A.
After a series of town halls and surveys, the board of supervisors passed 13-item plan for increasing diversity in arts institutions.
The Expressive Therapies Summit equips artists and mental health workers with new tools to help patients process trauma and grief.
Movie theater owners and studio executives have descended on Las Vegas to preview upcoming films and examine the fate of the movie business.
Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary is betting on the arts to turn the school around. As part of the process, teachers are learning new ways to engage students.
Amid worries about cuts to the NEA, KPCC's Priska Neely examines what the federal agency's funding for arts programming in the state looks like on the ground.
Cennemi Diaz, a senior at Millikan High School in Long Beach, will compete in the Poetry Out Loud competition in Sacramento this weekend.
Students at three high schools are spending the semester studying the playwright's work, including Fences. The program is run by Center Theatre Group.
How would you defeat racism? That's the question the Hammer Museum is urging families to explore this weekend as part of new series of art-making workshops.
Clara Lieu, adjunct professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, is launching a site to deliver fine arts education to the masses across the country.