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* Arthur Miller Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The majority of each donation is tax-deductible; the non-deductible amount of goods and services is $330 per attendee.
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The Arthur Miller Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization working to provide equitable access to quality theater education in public schools and to increase the number of students who receive a dedicated theater education as an integral part of their academic curriculum. Established in honor of Arthur Miller and his NYC public school education, we believe that arts education is a right of every public school student. The Arthur Miller Foundation’s vision is to see arts education assume its rightful place in the public school curriculum, where it will foster generations of imaginative graduates, enhancing the evolving world of theater and all other fields of human endeavor.
We accomplish our mission through three initiatives:
Despite the fact that New York City is the theater capital of the country, less than a quarter of NYC public schools have theater teachers. AMF’s ultimate goal is to increase and diversify the pipeline of theater teachers while giving them the support they need to build sustainable public school theater programs.
Theater education gives a voice to all young people–– offering a space that uniquely serves to amplify and celebrate the diverse cultural histories and personal narratives of NYC and Bridgeport public school students. The Arthur Miller Foundation prioritizes implementing our programs to serve students from economically disadvantaged areas, ensuring that those students have access to equitable opportunities for creativity and self-expression in the classroom.
A recent study of our AMF Theater Education Programs found that in-school theater education provides students with creative outlets and safe spaces that helps protect them psychologically during times of heightened stress. Theater education is an antidote to isolation and fosters literacy, classroom attendance and engagement, self-awareness, and collaboration skills.
In the eight years since the first cohort of AMF Fellows entered our program, the percentage of NYC Public Schools with a certified theater teacher has doubled, and we have expanded our AMF Fellows program into Connecticut with a pilot program in one of the country’s most underserved school districts where no theater education existed just three years ago. While significant strides have been made since our inception, we recognize this work is a marathon, not a sprint. We are striving to make theater relevant and accessible to rising generations, especially as budget cuts continue to impact arts education and the industry at large. Your contribution makes it possible to continue expanding and deepening this vital work. On behalf of the teachers and students who will directly benefit from your support, we offer our heartfelt thanks.