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Miami-Dade County School’s Art @ April’s Wynwood Art Walk

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Miami-Dade County Schools prepares to  host its annual best of the best student exhibit, The Annual County Wide Student Exhibit. This year it will be hosted at the Bakehouse Art Complex and it will co-inside with the monthly Art Walk …

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SUPERINTENDENT ALBERTO CARVALHO HONORED WITH “RAY OF LIGHT” AWARD

The Arts for Learning “Ray of Light” award was presented to Alberto Carvalho at Arts for Learning’s 4th Annual “Breakfast for Brilliance” at the Light Box at Goldman Warehouse in the Wynwood Arts District. Pictured from left to right: Daniel Lewis, Founding Dean of Dance, Alberto Carvalho MDCPS Superintendent, and Eduardo Martinez.

Miami, FL…April 2, 2012…Last Wednesday, March 28, 2012, Alberto Carvalho, Superintendent ofMiami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) was honored at Arts for Learning’s 4th Annual “Breakfast for Brilliance” at the organization’s new home – The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse in the Wynwood Arts District. This annual fundraising event …

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MIAMI DADE ART TEACHERS ARE “CALLED TO ACTION”

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Art Teachers Exhibit At the JCC Gallery in Kendall This year the threat of art in our schools being eliminated has been more serious than ever. Recently Miami-Dade County Art teachers and teachers of other disciplines have received a formal …

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SUPERINTENDENT ALBERTO CALVALHO TO BE HONORED HIS COMMITMENT TO THE ARTS

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On Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 8:30 a.m., Arts for Learning (A4L) will hold its 4th Annual “Breakfast for Brilliance” at A4L’s new home in the Wynwood Arts District – The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse, 404 NW 26 St., …

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TESTS VS CREATIVITY

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This is a great illustration of what the rigid testing system called FCAT has done to our schools. Although it is great to live in a county that still supports the need of Art Education in our public schools. Share …

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