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Now Available in Print and eBook

Copies of 20UNDER40: Re-Inventing the Arts and Arts Education for the 21st Century are now on sale in print and eBook. To celebrate the official launch of the anthology and to encourage traffic through, hardcover copies of the anthology are available here for a reduced rate of $27.95 ($2.00 off the cover price). You can get yours by clicking on the “BUY THE BOOK!” link in the upper right hand corner of any page on the site. You can also purchase an eBook version of the text for a variety of readers.

Announcements & Events

October 21-23, 2011: Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge MA
20UNDER40 Authors at the AiE Continuing the Conversation Conference

Catch a host of 20UNDER40 authors including Andrea Sachdeva, Eric Oberstein, and Edward P. Clapp at the 2011 Arts in Education Continuing the Conversation Conference. There will be a special session on 20UNDER40 at the conference, and editor Edward P. Clapp and Foreword author Eric Booth will lead a special interactive "lab experiment" on 21st Century mentorship. Check it out!

October 26, 2011: Mentoring Institute, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Editor Edward P. Clapp to Present a Paper on Omni-Directional Mentorship at the 2011 Mentoring Conference

Catch 20UNDER40 editor Edward P. Clapp when he presents a paper and workshop session based on the concept of Omni-Directional Mentorship at the 2011 Mentoring Conference hosted by the Mentoring Institute of the University of New Mexico

November 9-12, 2011: Boston, MA
Author Andrea Sachdeva to Speak at National Guild Conference for Community Arts Education

Don't miss 20UNDER40 author Andrea Sachdeva when she speaks about her experience employing Project Zero's Qualities of Quality approach to practice at the 2011 National Guild Conference for Community Arts Education.

November 10, 2011: Savannah, GA
Author Casey Lynch to Speak at SECAC’s 2011 Conference

On November 10, 2011 20UNDER40 author Casey Lynch will be presenting a truncated though updated presentation of his book chapter CTRL C + CTRL V at the Southeastern College Art Conference in Savannah, GA.