Studio to School

Reflection 2

Relationship Development and Collaboration

To help us understand how grantee teams and learning community members are developing relationships and collaborating with each other and…

Partnership & Collaboration: The players, labors, challenges & fruits

From unanticipated opportunities and leveraged resources to increased exposure and access to the arts, Studio to School project teams described…

Journal-2 progress by students

The Martin Luther King Jr School Jazz band is up and running! Fifth graders meet three times a week with…

Peninsula students engage the Kenton community

The Caldera/Peninsula team continues to build recognition and trust in the school community as well as the Kenton neighborhood through…

OCF Reflection Journal #2: Partnership

We thought that this reflection assignment would be a fun opportunity for us to try out a video post! With…

Reflection Addendum to Post #2

Reflection Addendum to Post #2 Response from Team Member Gina Angelique – Dance Farm Share an example of how partnership…

SFF e-journal post February 2015

Our work in the Sisters Schools has been broad and deep. We are working on a long-term cultural shift in…

Reflection #2

The partnership between the David Douglas School District, the Oregon Symphony and the teaching musicians of the 45th Parallel is…

Reflection Post #2

  What a wonderful world this could be if we had the opportunity to explore our formal education through the…

Reflection #2, Part 2: Partnerships are more than a Do! Si! Do!

This reflection comes from the minds and notes of Christine Tell, project leader, and Niki Price, evaluation coordinator. 1) Share…

Collaborations Leverage More Funding for the Arts in Hood River

Hood River is a small town where everyone knows everyone and acquaintances feel a bit like family.  In May of…

This Exciting Collaboration

Andrew Arriaga In the previous journal entry I wrote about my drive to revitalize musical drama in Elkton. Such revitalization…

Community Collaborations and Partnerships

When we began planning for the Studio to School Project, we knew that forming partnerships within our community would be…

Reflection #2, Part 1: So much ti do, for our first holiday concerts

When we posted our last reflection, in November, our Studio to Schools committee was nearing its first milestone: holiday concert…

ArtCore grows through trust, enthusiasm, intention, and creativity.

During ArtCore at Oaklea today, Betsy is teaching about the concept of transferring artistic styles. She is showing slides of…

Reflection #2

Creating a dynamic core team to guide grant efforts and outreach to school, business and community partners has been an…

Journal Reflection 2: Partnerships

We had originally proposed to bring guest artists in for the day to speak about their practice. After the Hollywood…

Together We’re Better!

As Bev Bos, beloved preschool teacher sings in her song Hand in Hand, “By ourselves we’re good, but together we…

Journal Reflection 2

 Journal Reflection 2 (Winter 2014-15) In my time at Woodlawn, there are many strategies that I have been borrowing from…

February E-Journal

OCF Journal Entry #2   Joseph Charter school is an amazing place to show up each morning. I am greeted…

2nd Reflection King School Jazz Band

Martin Luther King Jr. School Jazz Band January 20, 2015   I have been taking notes, and doing a variety…

Reflection#2 Collaboration

I’m thrilled with how all five arts departments at Ashland Middle School have worked collaboratively with project partners to improve…

Protected: Reflection E-Journal Assignment #2–Partnerships

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Collaborating with Project Partners

I’m thrilled with how all five arts departments at Ashland Middle School have worked collaboratively with project partners to improve…