Artist: Maryland Wolf Trap Artists
Type: Early Learning / Wolf Trap, Residencies
As the Maryland affiliate of the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts, Young Audiences expands access to the arts for Maryland’s youngest students during the critical early learning years. Each program includes embedded professional development to build teachers’ skills and confidence in arts integration techniques so that the arts remain a strong part of their lessons after the residency ends. Teachers will learn effective ways to engage students in participatory activities that involve all the senses and encourage critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration.
16-Session residencies can focus on literacy or STEAM skills. Residencies:
Learn more about our Maryland Wolf Trap Artists:
Audience Limit: NA
Program Length: 16 sessions per classroom
Appropriate for Grades: Pre-K, Kindergarten
Assembly Price: NA
Assembly Back-to-Back Price: NA
Workshop Cost per Day: Varies. Funding may be available, call us at 410-837-7577 to learn more.
Workshop Materials Fee: NA
Travel Fee: Mileage fee may apply.
“These are things I can actually do. I can change my voice when I read a story and the kids look forward to it and it helps them get out of their shell.”
Paige, Teacher, William Paca Elementary
Everyone can participate in the arts. Through structure and repetition, we provide the opportunity for all students to be successful.
Diane Macklin, Wolf Trap Artist and professional storyteller
This isn’t my thing—singing songs—and Diane worked with me and we developed a lesson together. It gave me ideas for the future for how to integrate art into my lessons.”
Susan, Rognel Heights Elementary/Middle