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The GOOD Education Series on Creativity: What Question Would You Ask?

Are youth being creatively engaged? And how do school programs in creative arts, music, and dance contribute to educational success? Tomorrow...

Are youth being creatively engaged? And how do school programs in creative arts, music, and dance contribute to educational success?

Tomorrow night, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the GOOD headquarters in L.A., we will be talking about creativity and we want to know what question you'd ask our panel of experts.


Our panelists will include: Joel Arquillos (826LA), Jan Kirsch (Inner City Arts), Sofia Klatzker (Los Angeles County Arts Commission), and Cynthia Campoy Brophy (The HeArt Project).

We have some ideas, but we're looking for more. What question would—or will—you ask?

If you haven't done so already, kindly RSVP to: GOODeducationevents@gmail.com.



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