Press 2014



January through May (ongoing): 
Notifications in ISU Today, Downtown Terre Haute Newsletter and Arts Illiana’s ArtsVine

January 15, 2014: WTWO Television, “Children’s Choir Spring Auditions”. Click here to watch.


January 16, 2014: ISU Today, “Reception-Mayor Bennett’s Wellness Initiative”: Click here to learn more.

January 17, 2014: Indiana Statesman, “Terre Haute mayor hosting photography show Friday”, p. 4

January 17, 2014: Terre Haute Tribune Star, “Reception kicks off City hall photo show”, p. A4, Click here to view.

January 23, 2014: The Brazil Times, “Poetry competition open to local students”: Click here to read the article.

January, 2014: Spectrum Magazine, Issue 26, front cover picture of CSA guitar student.

January/February, 2014 issue: Terre Haute Living Magazine, “Write a Poem”, pp. 52-3.

Spring, 2014: The Community Semester Program Guide, “Music For All”, inside back cover.

March 28, 2014: Tribune Star, “Aging Across America: Documentary Photography”, p. A1

April 13, 2014: Tribune Star, “A Summer of Arts and Music”, Valley Viewer Back Cover, p. D10

Spring, 2014: The Community Semester Program Guide, “Music For All”, inside back cover Spring, 2014: Wabash Valley Community Foundation Annual Report FY 2013, p. 23

April 17, 2014: Tribune Star, “Music For All recital with Fusion Theater at Boys and Girls Club”, “Arts & Culture” section, p. 6

April 17, 2014: Tribune Star, “ISU community program offers summer theater, music, visual arts classes”, p. A8

April 17, 2014: Tribune Star, “Wabash Valley Foundation hands out $104,925”,p. A3

Spectrum Magazine, Issue 27, Spring Edition “Summer is the perfect time for young people living in the Valley to nurture their creativity”, p. 12

Spectrum Magazine, Issue 27, Spring Edition“Aging in the Wabash Valley”, pp. 32-33

May 1, 2014: Tribune Star, “Arts Spaces and CSA announce EhrmannPoetry Competition winners”, Arts & Culture section p. 8 

May 1, 2014: Tribune Star, “Wellness exhibit features work of digitalphotography class”, Arts & Culture section p. 7

Ongoing: Notifications in ISU Today, Downtown Terre HauteNewsletter and Arts Illiana’s ArtsVine.

May 29, 2014: WTWO Terre Haute (Channel 2), 6:00 p.m. news,“Why are summer camps important to kids?”

June 5, 2014: Brazil Times, “ISU’s Turman Gallery to host steel sculpture art exhibition”.

June 12, 2014: Tribune Star, A6, “View Community School of the Arts’ steel sculpture exhibition through June 19”.

June 22, 2014: Tribune Star, front page (Section D) & D4, , “Rock ‘n’ Camp”. Feature article about the CSA’s Rock Camp resident program.

June/July, 2014 issue: Terre Haute Living Magazine, “Rock Camp”, pp. 50-3

July, 2014: Spectrum Magazine, Issue 28, p. 8 “New Horizons coming to Terre Haute”, pp. 8-11

July 31, 2014:Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra e-mail blast announcing New Horizons Band. 

June 22. 2014: Tribune Star, front page (Section D) & D4, , “Rock ‘n’ Camp”. Feature article about the CSA’s Rock Camp resident program.

Fall, 2014 issue: Spectrum Magazine, “Rock Camp”, pp. 50-3

July 24, 2014: TribuneStar, Sights ‘Bash, Your Guide to Entertainment Section, p. 8 “Adults invitedto join New Horizons Band at Community School of the Arts”.

Ongoing:Notifications in ISU Today, Downtown Terre Haute Newsletter and Arts Illiana’s ArtsVine.

August 6, 2014: WTWO Terre Haute (Channel 2), 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. news, “New Horizons Band”.
August 22, 2014: WTWO Terre Haute (Channel 2), 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. news, “Terre Haute Children’s Choir Auditions”.

August 28, 2014: Tribune Star, ‘Bash, Your Guide to Entertainment Section, p. 4, “Community School of the Arts announces fall schedule”.

September 1, 2014: WTHI Terre Haute (Channel 10), 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. news, “Terre Haute Children’s Choir Auditions”.

September 3, 2014: WTHI Terre Haute (Channel 10), Live at Five, “Terre Haute Children’s Choir Auditions”. Click here for more info.

September 3, 2014: WTWO Terre Haute (Channel 2), 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. news, “Terre Haute Children’s Choir Auditions”. Click here for more info.

September 4, 2014: Tribune Star, ‘Bash, Your Guide to Entertainment Section, p. 10 “Watermark to continue its silent auction on First Friday for ISU Recycle Center project”. 

September 12, 2014: WTIU Bloomington television, “The Friday Zone”, featuring African drum group for kids.

October issue: Spectrum Magazine, Issue 29, p. 14, “Community School of the Arts Rock Camp that was held July 2014”.

October 4, 2014: WTWO Terre Haute (Channel 2), 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. news, “City of Terre Haute Play Day”. CSA African drum group featured. Click here to watch.

October 18, 2014: Tribune Star, p. A4, “State supporting the arts”.

October 25, 2014: WTHI Terre Haute (Channel 10), 11:00 p.m. news, feature story about students (ISU) teaching students (community).

October 28, 2014: Hoosier Herald, “ISU students teaching the arts to the younger generation”.

October 29, 2014: Indiana Statesman , p. 6. “Broaden your horizons with ISU’s newest band”.

October 30, 2014: Tribune Star, School Zone, p. A6, “Students take on teaching roles”.

December 10, 2014: WTHI Terre Haute (Channel 10), 10 pm news, “Local children take the stage for concert”. Click here to watch.

December 10, 2014: WTWO Terre Haute (Channel 2), evening news, “End-of-semester concert”. Click here to see the performance.

December 10, 2014: WTWO Terre Haute (Channel 2), evening news, “New Horizons Program Looking For Students”.

December 11, 2014: Tribune Star, p. A5, “Sing, sing out loud”.

December 11, 2014: Tribune Star, Bash, Arts & Culture Section, p. 10, “New Horizons Band provides training, friends”.

December 15 and December 16, 2014: WTWO Terre Haute (Channel 2), 11 pm news, 6 and 8 a.m. news “New Horizons Community Band”. 

December 16, 2014: The Brazil Times, p. 8, “Max Ehrmann Poetry Competition opens”.

December 18, 2014: Tribune Star, Bash, Arts and Entertainment, p. 8, “Ehrmann poetry competition sets deadline”.

Presentations/Conferences and Recognition:
October 23: Eli Lilly Community Day in Clinton, IN.

November 5: Terre Haute Newcomers Club at 7:00 p.m.

NASAD National Recognition: The CSA has met the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) standards and will be listed as a non-degree granting program. 

State Recognition through the IAC PACE Grant: Through the Indiana Arts Commission/Partnering Arts, Communities and Education (PACE) grant we are creating a literacy and art program to be implemented in daytime programming at Meadows Elementary School for 3-4 years. The CSA was deeply honored by being handselected by the IAC for this pilot project, becoming a state model.