Celebrating National Arts in Education Week 2020
September 14, 2020
National Arts in Education Week is a national celebration recognizing the transformative power of the arts in education. Passed by Congress in 2010, House Resolution 275 designates the week that follows the second Sunday of September as National Arts in Education Week….
Picture Books Featuring BIPOC Women and Girls
August 24, 2020
Women and girls have historically had to work harder than their counterparts to get the rights they deserve, especially those women and girls of color. This selection of picture books features BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) women and girls who…
Walz, Flanagan Announce Appointment to Perpich Board
July 22, 2020
Governor Tim Walz and Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan today announced an appointment to the Board of the Perpich Center for Arts Education. Paul Hustoles joins the Board as of July 22, 2020.
Paul J. Hustoles celebrated his last year as Chair of the…
Graphic Memoirs from the Perpich Graphic Novel Collection
July 22, 2020
Graphic memoirs are a powerful and immersive way to experience another person’s life story. The combination of words and illustrations helps the narrative come alive in a unique way. Here is a selection of some of the fascinating graphic memoirs in Perpich…
Dr. Pam Paulson Retires After 33 Years at Perpich
July 15, 2020
Dr. Pam Paulson, Director of Professional Development and Resource Programs, has retired from Perpich Center for Arts Education after 33 years. Her last day at Perpich was Tuesday, July 14th. Paulson is one of the founding directors of Perpich Center for Arts…
New Picture Books by BIPOC Authors
June 24, 2020
These are a few of the newest picture books by Black, Indigenous, and people of color added to Perpich Library’s Children’s Arts and Diversity Collection. The collection focuses on picture books that reflect the life experiences and cultures of all people.
1. Birdsong by…
Important Message about May 30th Curfew
May 30, 2020
Greetings, Perpich community,
We remain deeply troubled by the death of George Floyd and the events that have taken place since Monday. We respect the right to freedom of assembly, as well as each family’s personal decision about whether and how to engage….
Feel-Good Books During Trying Times
May 14, 2020
Times are tough, and sometimes you need to escape the real world for awhile by reading a good book. Whether you are laughing, learning something fascinating, visiting another world, experiencing new love, or being inspired by someone else’s life – reading can…
Rachel Coyne (Visual Arts 1994) Writes Second Book, Amy Abts (Theater 1994) Provides Illustration
Rachel Coyne (Visual Arts 1994) has written the second book in her Antigone Ravynn Young Adult series. Coyne’s classmate Amy Abts (Theater 1994) provided the cover art for the 2020 published Dante’s Circle. The book is available in e-book format through Amazon.
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