September 17, 2021
This week we celebrate National Arts in Education Week. Recently I came across an article by Americans for the Arts that highlights 10 Reasons to Support the Arts in 2021. I encourage you to check out the article. After reading it, the…
Registration is Now Open for Equity Through the Arts: Change Starts With/In Us
A conference for Arts Educators to better understand: WHAT WE’VE INHERITED, WHAT WE CARRY, HOW WE RELATE, and WHAT WE CAN DO TO START DISMANTLING INEQUITY IN AND THROUGH THE ARTS.
Registration for the upcoming Equity Through the Arts: Change Starts With/In Us conference is…
Regional Arts Teacher Leaders Meeting
Members of the Regional Arts Teacher-Leader Network gathered at Perpich Center in Golden Valley for two days of intense professional development on March 4 and 5.
Members of the Regional Arts Teacher-Leader Network gathered at Perpich Center in Golden Valley for two days of intense…
Paulson Appointed to State Education Policy Network
The State Education Policy Network is sponsored by Americans for the Arts.
Dr. Pam Paulson was appointed to the National Steering Committee of the State Education Policy Network (SEPN), sponsored by Americans for the Arts. SEPN is an outgrowth of the State Policy Pilot Project…
Perpich Alumni Named Jerome Hill Artist Fellows
The Jerome Foundation recently announced the first recipients of the new Jerome Hill Artist Fellowships program and two of them are Perpich alumni.
The Jerome Foundation recently announced the first recipients of the new Jerome Hill Artist Fellowships program and two of them are Perpich…
Zosha Warpeha (Music 2013) Awarded 2019 Fulbright Award
Her studies will be based at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo, Norway.
Zosha Warpeha (Music 2013) has been awarded a 2019 Fulbright Award. Zosha will pursue graduate studies in Nordic folk music and the Norwegian hardanger fiddle while exploring the intersections between traditional…
French Trip is Magnifique!
The students experienced art, music, theater, and French family life all while exercising their language skills.
Six Perpich students (Josie Tellin, Ava Hutchinson, Nora Malueg, Catherine Hinz, Emma Thomas, Jane Mulcahy) spent spring break in France with Mme. Trina Keller. The students experienced art, music,…
Nimene Wureh (Theater 2016) Visits Campus
Nimene Wureh (Theater 2016) is a New York based actor, improviser, and musician.
Nimene Wureh (Theater 2016) is a New York based actor, improviser, and musician. She had her first New York theater experience working as the personal assistant to actress and playwright Jocelyn Bioh…
Perpich Center Regional Arts Teacher-Leader Application Now Available!
Perpich Center for Arts Education is expanding its network of Regional Arts Teacher-Leaders! Applications from K-12 educators are being accepted now through 8:00 a.m. on Monday, May 13. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/RATLApplication
Who should apply? K-12 Educators who:
Currently teach in a K-12 Minnesota elementary,…
Perpich Arts High School Students Participate in “Kumbayah: The Juneteenth Story”
The play was written by Rose McGee, Golden Valley resident and founder of Sweet Potato Comfort Pie.
On Thursday, March 7, three Perpich students had an unique experience. They performed excerpts from Rose McGee’s play, “Kumbayah: The Juneteenth Story,” with an exceptional cast from Omaha,…