Tracy Linder supplied this link:
In questions and comments, when asked to say more about how this vision for the arts in education can be implemented, Scalfani said that this required a very complex answer, providing which was one of the functions of the conference. However, she would say overall that there needed to be more of an emphasis on the more dynamic activities associated with the arts. There was, she said, too much “reading the book and answering the questions” and too little active exploration in schools.
A participant seconded this by remarking that in her experience it was the “farm kids” who get science more easily as they have more time playing outside and experimenting in the real world.
experience and international acclaim to perform for our audience in Billings.
Here is a man who has performed everywhere in the world and he is going to be here for our 25th Anniversary!”says ABT Executive Director, William Wood.“The fact that Mr. Hamlisch is coming to Billings is a testament to the past 25 years of performing arts excellence presented at the ABT.”
You know this one is near and dear to my heart….
Class C: The Only Game in Town
Northwest Chapter 2009 Emmy nominations
Nominations: Musical Composition/Arrangement (Philip Aaberg)
Documentary – Cultural/Historical Director (Justin Lubke/Shasta Grenier)Editor (Justin Lubke/Shasta Grenier)Photographer (Justin Lubke)
Promotion – Program – Single Spot
As their tiny hometowns fight to stay on the map, girls from across rural Montana compete for the state basketball title and a chance to bring home something worth celebrating. Montana native and basketball legend Phil Jackson brings insight and humor to the disappearing landscapes of his youth in a story that will change the way you see rural America. Original soundtrack by Philip Aaberg.
Class C DVD: $20.00S & H: $3.
Sweetgrass Music/Philip AabergPO Box 625 Chester, Montana 59522