Jonathan Herman has been a staff member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education since 1995, serving as Director of Training and as Associate Director. He has planned and managed conferences, training and technical assistance programs, publications and special projects such as Creative Communities, a national initiative supported by NEA, HUD and the Guild to foster the development of arts instruction programs in public housing communities. He was also the project leader for Partners in Excellence, a national initiative to identify and study best practices in K-12 public school arts partnerships and to foster their replication. Before joining the Guild, Mr. Herman served as Program Director of the Rhinelander Center, an arts-based community center of the Children's Aid Society in New York City. Between 1986 and 1991 he managed educational programs and developed materials for The New York Hall of Science. Mr. Herman holds an Ed. M. degree from Teacher's College, Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the State University of New York, Binghamton. He is a graduate of the Executive Level Program at the Columbia Business School’s Institute for Non-for-Profit Management, a member of the advisory committee of the Arts Education Partnership and serves on the board of the National Music Council.
The National Guild is hosting a two-day training event at the Roundabout Theatre in NYC April 19-20. Please join us! http://ning.it/GR8nq8
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The National Guild for Community Arts Education's latest publication, Engaging Adolescents: Building Youth Participation in the Arts is now available free online. It explores how to increase youth participation in the arts by infusing youth development practices into out-of-school time arts education programs. Learn how to engage…Continue
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