The Positive Power of the Arts

This summer the research and advocacy organization Americans for the Arts has released the report Arts & Economic Prosperity 5: The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts & Cultural Organizations & Their Audiences. We know that the arts and cultural resources contribute to community and individual quality of life in a variety of ways; this report … Continue reading The Positive Power of the Arts

The Power of Singing, part 2

Here is an update from Colby Itkowitz on the Atlanta Homeward Choir's trip to Washington, DC, where they sang at the Lincoln Memorial and at the White House. Itkowitz writes: "Suddenly these men, who for most of their days feel invisible, were seen." Homeless singers achieve their dream by singing at White House, Lincoln Memorial … Continue reading The Power of Singing, part 2

(Re) Introducing Key Words

Friends and colleagues, after a great ten-year run at the Center for Applied Linguistics, I am moving on to new challenges and new adventures. Over the summer I will be transitioning from staff to consultant status, and by autumn I will once again be working for myself. I'll be doing business under the name Key … Continue reading (Re) Introducing Key Words