Washington County students advocate for arts education

Arts students from two Washington County schools will head to Augusta — virtually — for an Arts Education Advocacy Day hosted by the Maine Alliance for Arts Education on Feb. 17. The event kicks off a 10-day session in which high school-aged teams from all over the state—including Kali Wallander (freshman), Eastport, and Tristan Seavey (junior) and Hailey Calder (senior), Calais—will meet with state legislators to discuss the importance of arts in their schools, and how they’ve fared during this unusual year for arts education.

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