Photography by: Caden Denton
Students bring artful eye to Loveland photography
From: Loveland Reporter-Herald Posted: 12/11/2012 By: Kenneth Jessen
"The Mural Project: A Portrait of Loveland through Young Eyes" opened at the Loveland Museum/Gallery on Saturday.
The 200 black-and-white film photographs in this exhibit were all taken with a 4x5 view camera. Contact prints made directly from the film plus the negatives will be donated to the Loveland Museum/Gallery to become part of its permanent collection.
TEDx Front Range: 2013
May 31, 2012
Rialto Theater Center
228 E. 4th Street
TEDx Front Range will present the Pioneers, Guides and Innovators that are elevating the Front Range of Colorado to be unique and vibrant.
A select group of speakers will at the TEDx Front Range event held at the Rialto Theater complex in downtown Loveland on May 31, 2013.
Visit www.tedxfrontrange.com for more information and complete list and biography of the speakers for this years event.
Loveland community leaves mark on downtown mural at Aims Loveland Campus
Students help define 'Where Art and Science Meet'
Edited from an article by Jessica Maher Reporter-Herald Staff Writer Posted: 09/10/2012
Dabbing a paintbrush in robin's-egg blue on Sunday, 13-year-old Grace Haenny said she's looking forward to the completion of Loveland's latest outdoor mural, in no small part because of the role she's had in its creation.
New NEA Research Report
A new NEA Research report shows potential benefits of Art Education for At-Risk Youth
Education is one of the key components to a prosperous creative community. In fact, global studies show that creativity is the number one leadership capacity needed in the workforce today. The Office of Creative Sector Development will work to establish new and strengthen existing partnerships and collaborations among P-20 educators, artists, creative sector businesses and others to facilitate innovative education and training.
Currently the Thompson R2-J School District has the only K-12 arts integrated curriculum in the state using the arts to make lesson plans engaging and relevant at the same time. Work is being done to not only foster this successful program but to provide educational opportunities throughout this sector.
Action Plan items:
- Provide professional development in partnership with the Loveland Center for Business Development and nonprofit organizations in creative sector business training, marketing, promotion and financial sustainability
- Partner with AIMS Community College to increase innovative education and training opportunities at the Loveland campus
- Partner with Thompson R2J to develop a targeted innovative education component to develop the human capital needed to support local job growth in the creative sector through the Loveland Integrated School of the Arts, Career and Technical Training Department and other district programs
- Provide additional opportunities for students to discover and explore the arts through artist-in-residence programs, event tickets, after school programming, inclusion in local shows and exhibits, community based projects, and more...
This Newsweek article discusses the creativity crisis that is happening within our younger generation
President’s committee on the arts and humanities, Reinvesting in Arts Education report
OMA is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support for arts integrated Education
Arts and Human Development, framing a national research agenda for the arts.