“In diverse mediums and methods — whether through the themes of a novel, the movement of a dancer, or a monologue on a stage — the arts enrich our souls, inspire us to chase our dreams, and challenge us to see things through a different lens.” – President Obama, 2016
October of 2016 has been declared National Arts and Humanities Month (read the full presidential proclamation here). From painting to drawing, filmmaking to photoshop, architecture to culinary arts…regardless of material, everything worth sharing with others requires creativity and dedication.
Check out Americans for the Arts for activity ideas and use the #ShowYourArt hashtag to share your work with the world!
Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is the incredible true story of a stray bull terrier mutt and the lasting bond he forged with the doughboys of the 26th “Yankee” Division at the onset of America’s entry into World War I. For his valorous actions, Stubby was the first dog promoted to the rank of Sergeant in U.S. Army history. The film has been selected as an official project of the United States World War I Centennial Commission and is the first animated feature for Fun Academy Motion Pictures and Labyrinth Media & Publishing, producers of motion pictures that entertain, innovate, and inspire audiences of all ages.