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Rural Alliance for the Arts

P.O. Box 307

Batesville, Indiana 47006

United States

Company Description

The Rural Alliance for the Arts (RAA) is a not-for profit organization founded in December 1988 to promote the arts by providing opportunities for artistic education, expression and enjoyment in Batesville and the surrounding area. The organization has ... more

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Affiliations

Founder
Batesville Community School Corporation

Chairman for the Committee
RAA

Web References (6 Total References)


About The Rural Alliance for the Arts | Rural Alliance for the Arts

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Jolene Rockwood, Arts-In-Education


RAA President Lori Feldbauer, award ...

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RAA President Lori Feldbauer, award recipients MaryEllen Rippe, JoAnn Call, Bill Blank, RAA's Jolene Rockwood, Lisa Barnett and administrator Joan Kuhlman

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Jolene Rockwood, the founder of the non-profit Batesville organization, commented at the annual membership meeting last week.
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Rockwood said, "She epitomizes the teacher who knows how to integrate arts into the curriculum. She makes reading and language arts come alive with hands on projects," she said in presenting the award.


That is the foundation of why ...

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That is the foundation of why Jolene Rockwood was presented the 2007 Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Service Award Feb. 28.

"She has mostly worked anonymously behind the scenes of the many programs she has started," her husband continued."She has the ability to establish good programs, give them a firm basis and then get lots of other people to take ownership."
In 1982 Rockwood founded the Batesville Community School Corp.Arts-in-Education (AIE) Program.She started writing grants to bring resident artists into the schools, and since that time the program has grown and flourished.
This program "was recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts as one of the top programs in the nation in Congressional funding hearings.Batesville was designated one of three master sites in Indiana by the Indiana Arts Commission," her husband told over 200 attendees at the Sherman House dinner.
"As chairman for the AIE committee, Jolene has had a hand in the creation and installation of dozens of community public arts projects in school and public buildings in Batesville," he announced.
During the nomination process Dr. Jim Freeland, BCSC superintendent, wrote, "There are very few people in our community who it can be said have positively impacted the lives of all students K-12 in both the public and private schools in the way Jolene Rockwood has for over 25 years .... her influence will be felt for many years."
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"I was on the board of directors of the RAA for the past 10 years with Jolene.
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Rockwood also chaired the Heritage Arts Festival, when the Cincinnati Symphony Regional Pops Orchestra performed here in 1987, and was founder of the Great Paintings Program in the elementary schools.
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In 1997 Rockwood received the Friend of Art Education Award from the Art Education Association of Indiana and the Batesville Primary School Champion of the Arts Award.
Rockwood received a standing ovation as she approached the podium.The volunteer expressed her gratitude, saying, "When you come in and start a new program, you sometimes find resistance.


That is the foundation of why ...

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That is the foundation of why Jolene Rockwood was presented the 2007 Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Service Award Feb. 28.

"She has mostly worked anonymously behind the scenes of the many programs she has started," her husband continued."She has the ability to establish good programs, give them a firm basis and then get lots of other people to take ownership."
In 1982 Rockwood founded the Batesville Community School Corp.Arts-in-Education (AIE) Program.She started writing grants to bring resident artists into the schools, and since that time the program has grown and flourished.
This program "was recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts as one of the top programs in the nation in Congressional funding hearings.Batesville was designated one of three master sites in Indiana by the Indiana Arts Commission," her husband told over 200 attendees at the Sherman House dinner.
"As chairman for the AIE committee, Jolene has had a hand in the creation and installation of dozens of community public arts projects in school and public buildings in Batesville," he announced.
During the nomination process Dr. Jim Freeland, BCSC superintendent, wrote, "There are very few people in our community who it can be said have positively impacted the lives of all students K-12 in both the public and private schools in the way Jolene Rockwood has for over 25 years .... her influence will be felt for many years."
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"I was on the board of directors of the RAA for the past 10 years with Jolene.
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Rockwood also chaired the Heritage Arts Festival, when the Cincinnati Symphony Regional Pops Orchestra performed here in 1987, and was founder of the Great Paintings Program in the elementary schools.
...
In 1997 Rockwood received the Friend of Art Education Award from the Art Education Association of Indiana and the Batesville Primary School Champion of the Arts Award.
Rockwood received a standing ovation as she approached the podium.The volunteer expressed her gratitude, saying, "When you come in and start a new program, you sometimes find resistance.


Eureka Band Mike Fritsch and Ed ...

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Eureka Band Mike Fritsch and Ed Krause, RAA's Jolene Rockwood and Leacarol Bennett, and seated, Service award to Doug Bessler and educator award to Anne Amrhein

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Rural Alliance for the Arts members Mary Mattingly, Leacarol Bennett, Jolene Rockwood, Mary Ellen Rippe, Lori Feldbauer, Regina Siefert with Donna Burdette, right and Melissa Tucker, left, of the chamber.
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Jolene Rockwood and Leacarol Bennett

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