2015 Year in Review | 2015 at a Glance
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Over five weeks in the summer of 2015, Young Audiences for the first time operated its own free, arts-integrated Summer Arts Academy. We provided a dynamic, creative, and supportive environment for 250 Baltimore City students to learn about the creative process, improve literacy skills, and grow socially, emotionally, and academically.
Read more about the Summer Arts Academy and its impact.
In the fall of 2015, Young Audiences of Maryland and Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) announced the launch of a new arts integration partnership. This new initiative will benefit more than 15,000 Prince George’s County Public School students in the 2015-2016 school year and dramatically increase student access to the arts.
Read more about the partnership with PGCPS and its impact.
In 2015, Young Audiences served 52 early learning classrooms, reaching 1,163 Baltimore City students aged 3-5, and provided teachers with embedded training to make classrooms more dynamic and engaging by using the arts.
Learn more about Maryland Wolf Trap.
You can download our full 2014-2015 Donor List here.
View our full list of 2014-2015 Partner Schools and Community Organizations here.
2014 Year in Review
2013 Annual Report and Donor Honor Roll
2011 Annual Report and Donor Honor Roll
2010 Annual Report and Donor Honor Roll
2009 Annual Report and Donor Honor Roll
2008 Annual Report and Donor Honor Roll
2006 Annual Report and Donor Honor Roll
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