Arts Education

Kansas Arts Commission Falls Under Budget Axe

Kansas Arts Commission Falls Under Budget Axe

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, in defiance of the Kansas legislature, has eliminated The Kansas Arts Commission, using a line item veto. We have long been a supporter of public funding of the arts, since it has been proved time and time again that fostering a strong arts community makes good business sense.  The arts creates […]

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Is Soldering Becoming A Lost Skill?

Is Soldering Becoming A Lost Skill?

Not too long ago, needing a mic cable meant making a mic cable. Pre-made cables were available, but were difficult to find and expensive to purchase. Now almost every music store inventory includes sound equipment and the internet has an audio cable vendor on every “corner”. Part of learning to be an audio technician (sound […]

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We’re Spreading The Word

We’re Spreading The Word

When bringing out  our newly revamped version of  Thetapeworks.com web site, we were pleased to introduce you to the Arts Department students at Northwood High School who helped us put this site together. As the end of the school year nears,  Nortwoods Arts students and alumni  are really making a news in the awards arena. […]

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TheTapeworks.com heads for Europe

TheTapeworks.com heads for Europe

All the smiling faces in our new e-commerce site, Thetapeworks.com, were from the drama department of Northwood High School, our local high school just down the road in Pittsboro, N.C. Working through the Northwood High School Arts Education Foundation, Harrison Bros. Inc. (parent company of Thetapeworks.com) arranged to fund a scholarship for the school’s drama program in exchange […]

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