WolfBrown and the Bernard van Leer Foundation Publish a New Literature and Landscape Review: Making Joyful Noise
The report explores the role that music might play in building a world in which young families thrive. At its heart is this idea: music matters because it fosters relationships, exercises a range of emotions, builds expressive skills including language, sparks learning, and preserves and celebrates cultural heritage and a sense of belonging. It works across people, activities, and settings, offering a promising, and too often underused, resource for mutual ties and human development.
Dennie Palmer Wolf is Honored by the Association of Teaching Artists
Dennie Palmer Wolf has received the Association of Teaching Artists’ Teaching Artistry Ally Award. The Teaching Artist Ally Award is given to a professional or organization integral to the work of teaching artists.
It’s been nearly a month since we announced the Covid-19 Audience Outlook Monitor and there is much to report. What germinated in early March as a vague idea about the need to hear from audiences about their feelings about going out again to cultural events has blossomed into an international tracking study of a proportion we never could have imagined.