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09. 26. 2013

Artist Max Bent shares how he made summer learning pop

Earlier this week, Kurtis Donnelly, Young Audiences Program Director, shared his experience visiting Stadium School to watch Young Audiences artist Max Bent lead the class...

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09. 26. 2013

The 2013 TAI Seminar is off and running!

Teaching Artist Institute 2013, a set on Flickr. The 2013 Teaching Artist Institute (TAI) Seminar kicked off with a three-day retreat at Southwest Baltimore Charter...

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09. 25. 2013

One voice, one love, one heart!

By Danyett Tucker, Young Audiences visual artist and illustrator Do you think there is a difference between listening and hearing? One of my professors once...

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09. 25. 2013

Register for the next MAIN event on September 27

Arts Education in Maryland Schools (AEMS) Alliance is hosting the September Maryland Arts Integration Network (MAIN) event on Friday, September 27, from 9:30 a.m. to noon,...

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09. 24. 2013

How summer programs make math fun

By Kurtis Donnelly, Young Audiences Program Director This summer I went and observed one of our artists, Max Bent, working with students at Stadium School as...

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09. 23. 2013

Welcome to our new blog!

Every day, Young Audiences artists, teacher partners, staff, board members, and supporters work to fulfill our mission of providing opportunities for Maryland students to imagine,...

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09. 06. 2013

Spreading joy through song to Baltimore’s youngest learners

By Sue Trainor, Young Audiences artist and singer/songwriter In 1998, I sang for the first time in a classroom for and with children who have...

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09. 06. 2013

Are you a musician?

By Kevin Martin, Steel drum musician Young Audiences artists and teacher partners have written case studies documenting their work in schools and their exploration of...

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06. 16. 2013

Building self-confidence with the acoustic Blues guitar

By Curtis Blues, Young Audiences artist and one-man Blues band Her face was hidden under rows of tiny, tight braids with small colorful beads on...

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05. 16. 2013

Learning in action: How songwriting transformed the classroom

By Karen Baratz, Parent of a Westbrook Elementary third-grader Even if I had not been a classroom volunteer at Westbrook Elementary this year, I would...

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05. 09. 2013

How can the Blues be used to learn fractions?

By Curtis Blues, One-man Blues band Young Audiences artists and teacher partners have written case studies documenting their work in schools and their exploration of...

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03. 16. 2013

Steel drum residency shares the power of music with school community

By Jennifer Brumbalow, Imagine Discovery Public Charter School music teacher In my experience as the music teacher at Imagine Discovery Public Charter School, a Young...

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