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03. 23. 2017
Bloomberg Arts Internship

Bloomberg Arts Internship: Designed to Challenge and Inspire

Young Audiences of Maryland and the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance are searching for 25 rising Baltimore City public high school seniors for a six-week paid...

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03. 16. 2017

“We are not going for noise, we are going for the core.”

Written by Tea Carnell, an active Young Audiences board member, Chair of 50,000 Kids Committee, and member of the Literature to Life Fundraising Committee.  ...

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03. 23. 2017

Maryland Wolf Trap Residency with Katherine Lyons

Unique and innovative arts-based strategies are captivating young audiences in Maryland classrooms. At Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore City, the very youngest students are...

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02. 07. 2017
Summer Arts Programming Improves Academic Performance

Young Audiences Summer Arts Programming Improves Academic Performance

Baltimore students in Young Audiences Summer Arts Academy Outperform Peers Baltimore City Public Schools students who participated in a new arts-related summer academic program from...

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02. 09. 2017
Black History month

Celebrate Black History Month Through the Arts

  With Black History Month upon us, we celebrate the contributions, activism, culture, and experience of African Americans. Many of our artists at Young Audiences...

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01. 25. 2017

The Inclusive Classroom: Arts Integration for Every Ability

Arts integration is a valuable tool for reaching multiple learning styles across the curriculum and is linked to enhanced academic outcomes...

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03. 08. 2017
pam negrin creative stitching

Honoring Black Women in Science

At the oldest public all-girls high school in the United States, students recently had the opportunity to work with fiber artist Pam Negrin to stitch...

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01. 31. 2017

The Inclusive Classroom: Speaking With Our Bodies

Skher Brown teaches world cultural awareness, body coordination and interpersonal skills through the basics of Capoeira Angola, an African-Brazilian martial art form that is a...

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03. 15. 2017
ssuuna at wise highschool

A Sense of Belonging: Ssuuna at Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School

Young Audiences teaching artist Ssuuna, a dancer, musician, and storyteller from Uganda, brought his incredible stage presence to Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School...

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12. 14. 2016
Volunteering to Support YA Artists and Arts Integration in the Classroom

Getting Involved: Volunteering to Support Artists and Arts Integration in the Classroom

By Barbara Kesler, an active Young Audiences board member and volunteer and a retired Baltimore

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11. 09. 2016

More peace, more listening

One thing that people consistently say that they love about being a part of Young Audiences is that we welcome different perspectives and opinions.

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01. 03. 2017

“You Are All Now 6th Graders!”

On an early Saturday morning this past fall, Drew Anderson, a hip hop artist, slam poet, screenwriter, producer and veteran school...

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