|Teacher Jody Kadry and Student: Nermeen Hassan, from Egypt received The arts and Interdependence award from Hexagon Project . Jody Kadry was involved in the project through InSEA and AMSEA networks.|
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|Nurturing Creativity in Every Child: the Role of Art by Prince Olusegun Michael, Adeniyi|
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An international children’s panel at the Global Competitiveness Forum in Riyadh was held at the invitation of SAGIA Governor Amr Al-Dabbagh. Five young people from five countries spoke during a panel on the importance of arts education for all children. The panel was a huge success. Click here for more info.
|African Colours: Guide to Contemporary African Art (sign up for their newsletter here and download sample newsletter here)|
|Ali Osman Alakus
Samia el Sheikh
In the last few years, art education started to flourish again through activities of a few art education professors, an annual conference of art educations and many participating in world congress of the international society of education through art “InSea” It became so important to have a regional organization for education through arts. Starting with art and music education in the Middle East and publishing a research magazine was the first concerns of Africa and Middle East society for education through Arts “AmEsea”. Amesea is committed to ensuring that every child in public school has equal access to a well-rounded education of which the arts are a central component. We work to achieve this mission through school and community programs, professional development, and advocacy. We are trying to reach every country in Africa and Middle East to gather students, researchers and educators to share experiences in the field of arts. We believe that Art is the only global well known language could bring all together with a full respect of individuality and identity. So, Join AmeSea to share your ideas with others from your region and internationally through InSea.
(InSea international councilor Africa & Middle East Region)
TEACHING VISUAL ART is a creative social enterprise that provides diver platform for promoting, encouraging artistic engagements and to increase the community’s awareness on the importance of arts education. TEACHING VISUAL ART is a strong advocate of Art as a means of unlocking innovation and creativity, and dedicated to serve children from various backgrounds and culture. It is committed to the support of Art Education for its benefits of social, economic, and environmental sustainability. The social enterprise is registered with CRBN Number 419664 under the Companies and Allied Matters Act of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
|Zayed university, Dubai|