Bec Taylor
Bec Taylor

Having The Arts available to children in public schools allows so many kids to shine....

Angie Mearney-Barclay
Angie Mearney-Barclay
  • Bec Taylor

Absolutely , I'll second that !

Caro Della Porta
Caro Della Porta

The Arts are the lifeblood of a healthy society - and the hearts' expression.

George Romaine
George Romaine
  • Caro Della Porta

Without the arts, life is meaningless. Let us not let them snuff it out of our lives and the lives of our children.

Mark Joseph
Mark Joseph

done!

Mark Joseph
Mark Joseph
  • Mark Joseph

!>every child is an artist<!>maintain your inner child<!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Emma Dorahy posted "The arts are just as important as any other key learning area." I propose that the arts are key to learning in ANY area.

Linda Stevens
Linda Stevens

In my view, the arts make people better human beings. They connect cultures in a meaningful way.They promote critical thinking. The arts teach students how to literally 'think outside the box' thus encouraging greater overall creativity.

Jeremy Cook
Jeremy Cook

Fostering arts based program's in schools engages directly with the humanity , imagination and self esteem in students. The Arts define the soul of the broader community. Starve them and we are all diminished

Barrie Wood
Barrie Wood

To develop a world community of whole brained thinkers who can expand the concept of creativity and individuality in all walks of life in a world of narrow minded commercially driven authoritarian bean counters who seldom demonstrate the ability to relax and interact pleasantly socially.

Ellen Caamano
Ellen Caamano

The Arts are as important as oxygen to your lives!

Elisabeth Debouzy
Elisabeth Debouzy

When there is no one around you to play art with you as a little child... it is good someone does at school, so that the child can realise that art is an other way to express oneself and a other form of cleverness / intelligence and sensitivity. <3 :)

Amanda Maswanganye
Amanda Maswanganye

Art is an intergral way for children to express themselves at an early age.

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