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Sponsoring Arts Schools Network Conference: Oct. 22-25, 2024

The Arts School Network and this year's host, Duke Ellington School of the Arts, are thrilled to invite you to join us as a sponsor for the Arts School Network annual conference in Washington, DC on October 22-25, 2024. This premier event will be held at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts and The John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center, the Conference Underwriter. The Conference will unite 350 arts educators and arts education enthusiasts from all regions of our country, and internationally. 


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ABOUT ARTS SCHOOLS NETWORK

Arts Schools Network is just that ... a network ... a family of arts educators. A space to brainstorm, bounce ideas, problem solve and give/receive support. This network provides opportunities to become a stronger leader and improve arts schools and programs globally.

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

“Arts at the Forefront of Change,” the Arts Schools Network Annual Conference in October 2024, will explore the extraordinary power of storytelling in the 21st century -- the economy, policies, and politics driven by storytelling and the important role of the arts in shaping not only the culture of the nation and the globe but the future as well. Keynote speakers include Anna Deavere Smith and Jason Patera.

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SPECIAL RATE FOR UNIVERSITY SPONSORS

As a University sponsor and at the discounted rate of $1,500, you will have the opportunity to showcase your university to a highly engaged and passionate audience of 350 arts educators.


Benefits include:

  • Exposure of your University to 350 arts educators from across the country and internationally

  • One complimentary conference pass

  • School name & logo Placement on key conference materials

  • Option to provide university-branded swag bag items

  • Business-card sized ad in digital conference program


Don’t miss this remarkable opportunity to talk to these arts educators about what your University can offer the next generation of artists!

 

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ABOUT DUKE ELLINGTON SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

Ellington was established in 1974 by two trailblazing African-American artists and activists, Peggy Cooper-Cafritz and Mike Malone. 50 years later, Ellington, in partnership with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The George Washington University, The Ellington Fund, and the District of Columbia Public School System, are still successfully providing a college preparatory and life-changing arts education to underserved District youth, regardless of background or ability to pay.


Ellington's incredible arts-integrated curriculum works! Last year, 98.5% of seniors graduated with 100% being accepted into college. Notable alumni include Denyce Graves, international opera superstar, Grammy and Dave Chappelle, Emmy-winning actor and comedian, Ben Williams, Grammy-winning bassist, actors Corey Hawkins (Walking Dead, The Color Purple), Jayme Lawson (Batman, Woman King), and Samira Wiley (Orange is the New Black, Handmaid's Tale), and Adam Serwer, Atlantic writer, CNN commentator, and author.

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