Arts Corps Year 19 Annual Report: (R)EVOLVE
Arts Corps Year 18 Annual Report: Breakthrough
Arts Corps Year 17 (Annual Report): RISE
Oftentimes, when looking at the impact of policies or frameworks on education, youth are left out of the conversation. Arts Corps seeks to remedy that by inviting youth to work on our board, co-present at conferences, and work with the staff and teaching artists. Through the youth, we will RISE.
Arts Corps Year 16 (Annual Report): NEXT
After over a decade of leadership at Arts Corps, I have never felt more proud of what we have achieved, nor more excited for what comes next.
Arts Corps: Year 15 (Annual Report)
After fifteen years of providing transformative arts learning experiences in the Seattle area, the legacy of our work is clear: Arts Corps is a force in reshaping the culture of our city to one that is more inclusive, more creative and more just.
What does it take to learn? To persist? To take a risk? Read about how Arts Corps is inspiring students to take risks and transform themselves and their communities in our annual report.
Arts Corps’ Evaluation Report: 2013-2014
99% of students surveyed rate their Arts Corps class and Teaching Artist as good or excellent. Read the full evaluation report HERE.
Arts Corps: Year 13 (Annual Report)
Arts Corps delivered 36,199 contact hours of classes to students in 2012-2013, resulting in a 11% increase from the previous year. Read the full evaluation report HERE.
Arts Corps: Year 12 (Annual Report)
From dreaming to doing. Read all about it in Arts Corps’ annual report HERE.
Arts Corps’ Evaluation Report: 2011-2012
Arts Corps delivered 32,673 contact hours of classes to students in 2011-2012, a 25% increase from the previous year. Read the full evaluation report here.
Arts Corps 2012 Summer Community Communiqué
Read all about what members of the Arts Corps’ community has been up to right here.
Arts Corps: Year 11 (Annual Report)
Introducing Arts Corps’ new magazine and report to the community. Be inspired by how youth find their voice. Read the full magazine here.
Arts Corps’ Evaluation Report: 2010-2011
Arts Corps delivered 26,176 hours of classes to students in 2010-2011, helping to unlock the creative power of youth. Read the full evaluation report here.
Arts Corps’ Annual Report: 2009-2010
Arts Corps’ Evaluation Report: 2009-2010
Our impact doesn’t stop when classes end. Through more than 25,000 hours of powerful arts learning, Arts Corps’ is making a significant impact in the lives of thousands of youth. Read our recent evaluation report to see exactly how.
Arts Corps’ Annual Report: 2008-2009
Arts Corps @ 10 Years. Read about our local model and how we are leading national change. As we embark on our tenth year, we celebrate our impact with our countless supporters, champions and partners.
Arts Corps’ Evaluation Report: 2008-2009
Read all about Arts Corps’ impact in our 2008/2009 evaluation report. Program partners, teaching artists and students all site an increase in students’ practices of key creative habits: courage & risk-taking, imagining possibilities, and persistence & discipline.
Responding to Your Community Through Haiku
Developed in conjunction with generous support from Sound Transit, Responding to Your Community through Haiku presents community members with a model for exploring their identities and neighborhoods. It offers an introduction to this traditional Japanese art form and corrects misconceptions created by the use of haiku in American education. It also includes prompts and examples to help readers begin to use this poetic form to reflect on their communities in the midst of change.
Arts Corps’ Annual Report: 2007-2008
Inspired by the “Powerful Intersections” of art, education and social justice, the 2007-2008 annual report celebrates and examines vital relationships in the community that make up the Corps. Whether it is schools, teaching artists, donors, parents or students, Arts Corps has always brought together the strengths of our community to make powerful learning happen for all young people.
Arts Corps’ Evaluation Report: 2007-2008
We are proud to present our 2007-2008 program evaluation report by Mary Murray of MEM Consultants. This year, we reached more students and demonstrated statistically significant gains in students’ practice of creative habits of mind, meeting our mission of helping young people reach their full potential.
Arts Corps’ Annual Report: 2006-2007
Honing in on creative habits of mind practiced by Arts Corps students in the classroom, the annual report from the 2006-2007 school year illustrates deep, inspired learning through imagining possibilities, critical thinking, persistence & discipline, courage & risk-taking and reflection. It also contains a pullout piece featuring student visual artwork and poetry.
Arts Corps’ Evaluation Report: 2006-2007
With the help of outside evaluation consultant Mary Murray of MEMConsultants, Arts Corps’ evaluation results reflect insight on program growth and quality, taking into account self-reports from students, parents, teaching artists and program partners, as well as classroom observations.
“Assessing Learning through the Arts”
A report by the Seattle Arts Education Consortium
Intended as the written counterpart to the film, “Powerful Learning through the Arts,” this summary report offers key findings around goals outlined by the Seattle Arts Education Consortium, a two-year project involving seven local, nonprofit arts education organizations. Findings from 2005-2007 include successes and lessons learned in evaluation planning & implementation, professional development for teaching artists, as well as arts education communications & messaging.
“Powerful Learning through the Arts” DVD and discussion guide
Along with their purchase of “Powerful Learning through the Arts” DVD, the region’s most potent arts education advocacy tool to date, passionate viewers can arm themselves with commentary, a film discussion guide and advocacy steps through the special booklet included with the printed DVD. Fitting for any arts education advocate, concerned parent or community member, this publication is relevant to any arts education situation.