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Volume 24, Number 5 — May 2017

The Arts. Ask for More!


"The Arts. Ask For More" campaign features Disney's Little Einsteins?.

December 07, 2008

Why ask for more?

Just like kids need to have good nutrition on a daily basis, kids need to have their daily serving of the arts. Chances are, though, that your kids are not getting enough art — in or out of school. The arts are much more than just fun "extra" activities for kids. Studies have shown the far-reaching benefits of an arts education.

Americans for the Arts, The NAMM Foundation, and the Ad Council have collaborated with Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on the latest phase of
"The Arts. Ask For More" campaign to promote arts education to children pre-K to 8th grade.

The adventures of Disney's Little Einsteins? with the arts help kids develop creativity and self-expression while emphasizing teamwork, friendship, and exploration.

To satisfy children's hunger for more art in their lives, public service announcements are available for both television and radio.

To see the "Little Einstein" television ads, click here:
http://www.americansforthearts.org/Public%5FAwareness/the_ads/001.asp

Radio ads feature spoofs of "healthy arts" food products like "Mozart Toasties" and "Tchaikovsky's Nut Crackers." To listen, click here:
http://www.americansforthearts.org/Public%5FAwareness/the_ads/002.asp