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The state's residents attend live performing arts events at a higher rate than U.S. Adults as a whole—with 62 percent for North Dakota residents versus 48.5 percent of U.S. Montana Outperforms the national rate of attending art exhibits, with 33.5 percent of this state’s residents doing this activity versus 23 percent of Americans. Swedish Performing Arts Agency: Musikverket image: H6039. You must also include a United States public domain tag to indicate why this work is in the public domain in the United States. Note that a few countries have copyright terms longer than 70 years: Mexico has 100 years, Jamaica has 95 years, Colombia has 80 years, and Guatemala. Herein is in the public domain. Arts Education in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools V Table of Contents Page. 4 Percent of public secondary school music and visual arts specialists who taught the arts subject full time, and of those teachers, percent reporting various indicators of teaching load: School year 2009–10.

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Charles Riis: Emilie Mechelin, rollporträtt ()
Charles Riis (1837–1915)
Alternative namesC. Riis; Ch. Riis; Riis, Charles; Charles Conrad Riis
DescriptionDanish photographer
Date of birth/death15 January 1837 2 August 1915
Location of birth/deathCopenhagenCopenhagen
Work locationFinland Proper (1857–1871); Helsinki (July 1871–1896)
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Emilie Mechelin, rollporträtt
Svenska: Emilie Mechelin i titelrollen i Martha, Nya teatern i Helsingfors 1872.
Depicted peopleJohanna Sofia Emilie Mechelin
DimensionsHeight: 10.4 cm (4 in); Width: 6.4 cm (2.5 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,10.4U174728;P2049,6.4U174728
Swedish Performing Arts Agency
Native nameStatens musikverk
Parent institutionMinistry of Culture
LocationTorsgatan 21
Stockholm 113 21
Coordinates59° 20′ 15″ N, 18° 02′ 28″ E
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  • LCCN: no2014026923
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Musik- och teaterbiblioteket, Helledays samling
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In the world of megapixel photos and Retina displays, tiny clipart images could easily feel left out. But these tiny images have their uses which cross over from education to business. So much so that Microsoft is among the few giants who offer an online clipart image gallery that’s integrated with their Office suite.

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The Open ClipArt Library


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