Did You Know?Young people who participate in the arts for at least three hours on three days each week through at least one full year are: 4 times more likely Continue Reading →
For the first time since 2007, the B.C. government’s standing committee on finance has not recommended an increase in arts funding. Arts and culture receive just one short line in Continue Reading →
A just-published study from Canada suggests early music education stimulates a child’s brain, leading to improved performance in an entirely different arena – verbal intelligence.“These results are dramatic not only Continue Reading →
This is a fabulous clip from CBS Sunday Morning about the impact that singing in a chorus has on not just singers, but everyone in their community.
From Gail Perry’s Blog Here is Gail Perry’s list of top qualities to look for in Board members for non-profit organizations (warning – it may not be a politically correct Continue Reading →
Canadian researchers find playing a musical instrument delays the onset of age-related hearing decline .Musicians retain the ability to distinguish speech in noisy conditions far longer than non-musicians. That’s the Continue Reading →
What Can Music Education do for you?
A new study here summary here) argues that musicians have more highly developed brains than the rest of us. The research relates the concept of high mind development to the Continue Reading →
Arts Summit 2011 will showcase our excellence en masse, our group wisdom in action, and you our culture makers. For two days we will be gathering collaborative and ingenious minds Continue Reading →
I’ve just published a study that shows that almost all Nobel laureates in the sciences are actively engaged in arts as adults. They are twenty-five times as likely as average Continue Reading →