What do children really need from their environment? psychologytoday.com

While Black women have often been excluded and discriminated against when trying to enter the art world, these creators have fought back against that to forge new paths. pbs.org

In this article, author Rachel Andersen shares her tips for crafting with your child and the best ways to ensure it is a fun activity for all. autismparentingmagazine.com

15 ways to awaken your creativity and flexibility in daily life beginning today. psychologytoday.com

“Adults think that kids playing is some nothing thing. But play is a different state of mind, and it can help us do so many things if we just allow ourselves to get back to it.” ~Lynda Barry, nytimes.com

SIX The Musical imagines the six wives of Henry VIII reuniting on stage as real-life popstars. npr.org

While arts programs often fall victim to budget cuts, they can be an important contributor to students’ success at school. usnews.com

Play develops social and emotional skills, builds the part of our brain that is responsible for planning, problem solving, and organizing, and enhances self-esteem. inquirer.com

The pioneering sculptor defied trends to honor the daily lives of her subjects. smithsonianmag.com

French cellist Héloïse Luzzati launched La Boîte à Pépites to promote the forgotten works of women composers. npr.org