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Yo-Yo Ma and Damiain Woetzel Conduct a Turnaround Arts Workshop

Yo-Yo Ma and Damiain Woetzel Conduct a Turnaround Arts Workshop
President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities members Yo-Yo Ma and Damian Woetzel conducted a dance and music workshop at Savoy Elementary school in Washington, DC, one of eight schools nationwide to be selected for PCAH’s Turnaround Arts Initiative. Ma is a renowwned cellist and 2001 ... Read More »

FOX Audience Strategy Releases PSA in Partnership with NAHYP

FOX Audience Strategy announced its continued partnership and support of PCAH program, the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards (NAHYP) through a just-released PSA. This special public service announcement, called "Get With The Program," highlights the importance of creative ... Read More »

First Lady Michelle Obama Honors 2012 NAHYP Awardees at White House

First Lady Michelle Obama presented the 2012 NAHYP Awards to the winning program recipients at the White House on Monday, November 19, 2012. Each year, 12 out-of-school arts and humanities youth programs are honored for their accomplishments and celebrated for their transformative effects on ... Read More »

PCAH and the Sundance Institute Announce the 2013 Films and Filmmakers for Film Forward

PCAH and the  Sundance Institute Announce the 2013 Films and Filmmakers for Film Forward
Eight filmmakers have been invited to participate in this year’s Film Forward: Advancing Cultural Dialogue, which uses the power of cinema to engage audiences in dialogue, increasing awareness of shared stories and values across generations, language, education and borders. Now in its third ... Read More »

PCAH Announces the Inaugural Class of National Student Poets

PCAH Announces the Inaugural Class of National Student Poets
Five teenagers demonstrated to the 2012 Library of Congress’ National Book Festival audience on September 23 that poetry is alive and thriving amongst our nation’s youth. At a special ceremony during the Festival, Luisa Banchoff, age 17, of Arlington, VA, Miles Hewitt, age 17, of Vancouver, WA, ... Read More »