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Proper Education is a series about the importance of music and arts education in the public school system.

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MuzArt World Foundation and Proper Education partner for Music and the Arts

Salt Lake City, UT – May 29, 2013 – The MuzArt World Foundation has partnered with the creators of the online drama Proper Manors to create a new online show called Proper Education. The partnership is intended to bring additional exposure to The MuzArt World Foundation which is focused on ensuring that music and the creative arts are taught in public schools in the United States.

Proper Education, from Proper Manors Creators Pietro D’Alessio, Jef Phillips and Head Writer Brandyn Cross, will shoot entirely on location in Salt Lake City, UT and the surrounding areas starting this July, and will focus on the students and educators in the small town of Proper, USA dealing with the aftermath of their funding being cut as they prepare for a global awareness concert in which their school was invited to participate. Each seven minute episode will feature a two minute musical number. 2013 Filmed in Utah Best Actress and SAG-AFTRA National Board Member Anne Sward will appear in the show as one of the crossover characters from Proper Manors, as will many of the youth actors from the show.

The MuzArt World Foundation is a 501c3 Public Charity, organized by industry leaders in music, entertainment, and education Pat Melfi, Ken Kragen, Ted Fujimoto, Brandon Frank and Ellis Pailet. MuzArt’s mission is to provide a comprehensive education program for children in public schools around the world in the areas of human development, music, arts and entertainment, intellectual property, entrepreneurship, and international business.

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