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03. 27. 2014

Why the arts make the difference

By Stacie Sanders Evans, Young Audiences/Arts for Learning Executive Director I recently took a foundation representative to see what our Maryland Wolf Trap Early Learning Through the Arts...

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03. 21. 2014

Let’s celebrate arts education year-round

Earlier this week, Young Audiences roster theatre ensemble Single Carrot Theatre joined our celebration of National and Maryland YA Week with a dramatic reading of the gubernatorial proclamation....

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03. 20. 2014

Part 2: Gubernatorial candidates share thoughts on arts education

Young Audiences is using Maryland YA Week as an occasion to ask those running for governor of Maryland for their views on arts education. We extended...

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03. 19. 2014

Single Carrot helps us celebrate Maryland YA Week

Young Audiences’ roster of more than 110 professional artists inspires Maryland students each day. Teaching artists bring music, dance, theatre, and visual arts into schools...

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03. 18. 2014

Gubernatorial candidates share thoughts on arts education

Young Audiences is using Maryland YA Week as an occasion to ask those running for governor of Maryland for their views on arts education. As we...

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03. 17. 2014

Happy Maryland YA Week!

“Arts education enables students to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills…which supports academic success nationwide as well as personal growth outside the classroom.” –...

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03. 14. 2014

Governor issues proclamation for Maryland YA Week

We are excited to announce that Governor Martin O’Malley has issued a proclamation declaring that next week, March 16 to 22, 2014, is Maryland Young Audiences...

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03. 06. 2014

Past and present create a mural for the future

By Juernene Bass, Western High School alumna I was very excited to take time away from work to be a part of a Young Audiences...

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