Arts Education for Kids

Tips For Planning a Concert

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Do you have a teenager who dreams of recording music for a living? The best way to get him or her started in the music industry is through exposure to other people. For instance, you can start putting on local concerts that will allow your teen to sing in front of an audience. Eventually, you can start taking your teen to other cities to perform on stage and increase the chance that he or she gets noticed by a record label. Read More»

How A Projector Can Make Your Child's Birthday Party Special

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If you have a younger child, chances are good that he or she is going to want a destination birthday party. An ideal situation is that you would be able to take your child and all of his or her friends to an amusement park or to the movies. The reality is that you might not have the funds on hand for such an elaborate birthday party. Luckily, there are some easy ways to make your child’s birthday party memorable without shelling out huge amounts of money for tickets. Read More»

Lighting Tips To Help Transform Your Wedding Space

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Every aspect of your wedding should be stunning, from the bride’s gown to the venue. Make sure your lighting is also following this same theme. In some cases, your lighting design can actually transform your wedding or reception from average to amazing. Here are a few things you want to consider when choosing your lighting design for your special day. Style When it comes to lighting styles, there are a near limitless number of options. Read More»

Why A DJ Works Better For A Wedding Than A Live Band

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During a wedding, one of the hardest decisions to make is whether you should use a DJ or a live band. While you might think a DJ can provide more variety, you’d be surprised at how many songs you can request to have played by a DJ. However, unless you know a live band that is exceptionally good, there are several reasons why a DJ is usually a better choice. Read More»

The Upcycled Art Movement

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If you are looking for a unique piece of art for your house, you should look into purchasing some upcycled art. Upcycling art is part of a movement to convert old material that one may traditionally discard into something useful, beautiful and inventive. Upcycling Is Not Necessarily New A lot of the media coverage surrounding upcycling makes it seem like something that was just recently created. However, one could argue that upcycling really started in the 1930s through the 1940s. Read More»