Urban Arts Works to Make Arts Education a Priority in Mayoral Race

In a New York Times article published on August 16th, Urban Arts Partnership’s Artistic Board Chair, Rosie Perez, was asked to reflect on Mayor Bloomberg’s legacy in regard to education reform and the arts. As we approach a potential turning point for arts education in NYC, UAP is working with a consortium of arts organizations to engage mayoral candidates in developing their vision for the future of arts education. Click here to see where the candidates stand on this critical issue and join the conversation.
As the largest arts education organization in New York City, Urban Arts Partnership remains at the forefront of arts education reform and is dedicated to inspiring public education to the success of all New York City’s students.
To learn more about how Urban Arts Partnership is impacting public education, visit  UrbanArts.org/impact.