Nancy Keane
Nancy Keane

The Arts must stay in all schools, it adds value to all our lives.

Ljubica Barišić Massari

Art is importnt to expres yor emotion.

Elizabeth Saville
Elizabeth Saville

Creativity is the backbone of invention. It is more than the sum of its parts.

Tonie Borjesson-Canales

Who can imagine living in a world without creativity and creative human beings? It would be a sad, sad place! The arts, in all its forms, is imperative in every child's education! There is a necessity for each child to express his or her feelings through art. The arts should be a part of every child's education, from pre-school to high school. The arts are, as so many have already said, The Heart of Education!

Margaret Perversi
Margaret Perversi

The Arts enrich our lives and deepen our ability to express our emotions and understand the complexity of the human condition. They are the heart of education. Would you take the heart out of anything? I would not.

Rebecca Seidner
Rebecca Seidner

ART EDUCATION IS IMPONTENT TO MOULDING THE NEXT GEN.

Jody Taylor
Jody Taylor

Creative Arts is such an important part of life and should be available to all through our education system so as those who are inspired by it can continue to inspire through the generations to come....

Joanne Wood
Joanne Wood

Keep funding schools, I send my daughter to TAFE for performing arts cert III for two years costs a few thousand dollars and luckily her school is government funded there fore I pay a lot less so she can follow her dream.

Paul Lucas
Paul Lucas

Without imagination and creativity there would be nothing. The World, a Human construct, was created via imagination and creativity, the Arts, from the ancient cave dwellers to modern man. Children are like sponges and it's important for them to learn the Arts so that they can create a brighter future.

Margie Murray
Margie Murray

Many kids who can't express themselves through traditional schooling subjects often shine in the arts.. all school children should be afforded a creative opportunity.

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