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Letter to the Editor by Russell Granet
The Washington Post September 01, 1981

The arts must not be sacrificed

In the past few weeks there has been little information published concerning President Reagan’s budget cuts pertaining to the arts. The public should be aware of and interested in this budget proposal. In the future, I hope that enlightening information can be released to the public.

The federal funds go toward keeping museums, art exhibits and theater productions active. In our neighborhood, De Anza College’s Flint Center will no longer present specialized programs. Proposition 13 has already greatly curtailed our funding for the arts. I feel the public would suffer a great loss if these funds were reduced any furthe

The taxpayer should be informed that this reduction will not alleviate personal taxes by any significant amount. As a taxpayer, I would like to pay the lowest possible tax. However, I am not willing to sacrifice our cultural heritage to do so.


New York Times by Sylviane Gold
New York Times July 02, 2006

Russell Granet, the director of professional development at the Center for Arts Education, ran the workshop series for the teachers. He said he had been impressed by how much more “comfortable with ambiguity” the participants had become over the five ...


New York Daily News by Carrie Melago
New York Daily News May 27, 2008

"It's not that they don't want the arts," said Russell Granet, a senior program consultant with the Center for Arts Education. "I really do believe they want the arts; they just have no idea how to keep them ...


New York University Press by Adam Crescenzi
New York University Press June 01, 2008

Russell Granet humbly credits his achievements in the field of educational theatre to his great formative experiences as a graduate student in NYU Steinhardt’s Educational Theatre Program. While at NYU, he directly applied the theories and concepts he learned ...


Dana Press by Aalok Mehta
Dana Press January 21, 2010

“What do teaching artists need to know to be successful when working with students with disabilities?” The Dana Foundation sponsored the event, which was moderated by Russell Granet, Director of Arts Education Resource.

Dana Foundation’s Dana Press
“For Teaching ...