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Arts, Equity, Education
  • Imagine creating engaging curricula so that students hate to stop working–and learning.

    K-12 Educators
  • Imagine exploring issues of positive identity development, racism, poverty, gender, and marginalization.

  • Equity & Diversity Training

    Learn about how to use the arts to engage and focus student learning.


The room might be either absolutely silent or bustling with activity--whether in exploring a particular arts discipline or integrating the arts with another discipline, such as K-12 math, social studies, language arts, or science; or issues of teaching, diversity and equity, or community development with adults?

Why is that?

Imagine creating engaging curricula so that students hate to stop working–and learning. Imagine exploring and analyzing challenging issues such as positive identity development, racism, poverty, gender inequities, marginalization in the context of schools and other institutions using such tools as the arts offer. Imagine you begin by thinking “I can’t sing, dance, draw, act, can’t change the achievement of my students, change the schools, change the institution or the society” and end by thinking yes, you can actually do all of those things.

If you can’t imagine these things
we need to talk!

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“I like the program
[Culturally Relevant Arts Education] because it made me have more confidence in myself.
It made me believe in myself because I was so use to people putting me down, telling me you can’t do this, you can’t do that.
It was never try and you will succeed, so I gave up on myself. Thank you. You helped me a lot…”

Torie [age 14]

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Mary Stone Hanley, PhD
tel. 202-294-1629
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