Arts, Neighborhoods, Education, and Safety

New Study Links Art Access to Better Health, Safety, and Education in Lower-Income Neighborhood / Artsy Editorial by Isaac Kaplan… reveals a quantitative relationship between the presence of cultural resources in a neighborhood and key aspects of social wellbeing, particularly in less advantaged neighborhoods.  READ MORE HERE  

Hamilton Coming to Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announced Hamilton: An American Musical is making a stop at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh during the 2018-2019 season.  Season ticket holders from the 2017-2018 PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh season will have first access to Hamilton tickets when they renew their subscription for the 2018-2019 season.  Link… Read more »

March 19 -Today the Butler Institute of American Art, in a “Meet the Artist” meet and greet, showcased the work of American artist Tobi Kahn The exhibit runs through April 20th .  Tobi Kahn is a painter and sculptor whose work has been shown in over 40 solo exhibitions and over… Read more »

For East Palestine Art – Help is on the Way

Yesterday Power of the Arts linked to an article in the Morning Journal relating to the absence of Art Education in the East Palestine Middle School.  Help is on the way.  Last night we heard from Brian Moore, a newly elected member of the East Palestine School Board.  Here are… Read more »

No Art in East Palestine

Per the Morning Journal, budget cuts have eliminated art class, library time and recess at the middle school.  But they find money to hire a wrestling coach.  Parents have complained, but no resolution in sight. Click here to read full story in the Morning Journal.