Ebooks

CETACETA and the Arts: Analyzing the Results of a Groundbreaking Federal Job Program

Edited by Linda Frye Burnham and designed by Steven Durland

This e-book contains crucial details about the most significant jobs program affecting artists in the past 70 years: CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act), a federal employment program active from1973 to 1981. The information in this book adds vital fuel to the current debate around the economic crisis and its impact on the arts.

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CETA and the Arts IICETA and the Arts II: Fifteen Case Studies

Edited by Linda Frye Burnham and designed by Steven Durland

This book is a supplement to the eBook “CETA and the Arts: Analyzing the Results of a Groundbreaking Federal Job Program.” It features 15 detailed case studies from a report prepared for the U.S. Department of Labor in 1981.Those 15 studies were summarized in the first book. The text has been digitized and is fully searchable. Available from the Kindle Store at Amazon for $2.99. Also visit the project’s Facebook page to comment. Published by Linda Frye Burnham and Steven Durland.

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23 Questions From Teachers that Artists Can Answer23 Questions from Teachers that Artists Can Help Answer

By Linda Frye Burnham and Steven Durland and featuring essays by Linda Frye Burnham, Chrissie Orr and Carol Ng-He

This collection of articles is for teachers who would like to explore working with artists in their school classrooms. It addresses intriguing problems teachers are grappling with and matches them with the special skills and innovative problem-solving that artists use in their work every day.

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Making Exact Change: How U.S. arts-based programs have made significant and sustained impact on their communities

A Report from the Community Arts Network by William Cleveland. Edited by Linda Frye Burnham and designed by Steven Durland for Art in the Public Interest.

For this book, Art in the Public Interest selected ten outstanding U.S arts-based community programs and asked them how they define and measure their own success: What helped them make change in their communities leading to the long-term advancement of human dignity, health and/or productivity? What issues, conditions and problems held them back?

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Dear M CoverDear M: Letters from Japan, 1968-69

By Linda Frye Burnham

This is a book of mine chronicling the adventures of me, my children and my first husband, John Burnham, when we lived in Japan during the Vietnam War. The kids were 1, 2 and 4 when we got there; I was 27. I wrote almost daily to my friend Mary in California, telling these stories. She saved them. Every word is true.

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