New Book on Maximizing the Benefits of Arts Education Through Collaboration
When arts education providers collaborate with other entities to address broad community goals, they multiply the benefits of arts learning and become more sustainable. That is the thesis of the practical new book, More Than the Sum of Its Parts: Collaboration & Sustainability in Arts Education, just released by the National Guild for Community Arts Education (New York, NY) and Big Thought (Dallas, TX). Written by two seasoned practitioners—Thomas Wolf and Gigi Antoni—the book is a primer on how organizations that offer arts education and creative learning programs can initiate, enter into, and support long-lasting partnerships. The E-book may be downloaded, free of charge, at www.nationalguild.org. Paperback copies are available for $25 at Amazon.