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05. 11. 2017

What Students Learn from an Artist in Residence Program: Cooperation and Perseverence

Step into a FutureMakers workshop, and you are immediately met with bright colors, texture, and sound! The room is a symphony of whirring and spinning, and you...

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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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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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09. 12. 2016

Alden Phelps’ New Assembly Offers Hands-on Writing Experience for Entire School Grade

Singing, Reading & Writing Songs: an Interactive Assembly.

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08. 25. 2016
Ssuuna residency with HotSpots

Innovative Partnership with Young Audiences at Hot Spots

This past spring, Young Audiences partnered with Hot Spots to bring Ugandan culture into the hands and hearts of the entire student body...

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03. 30. 2016

Growing Up Green: The Life Cycle of Plants

Growing Up Green: Teaching Our Youngest Learners Environmental Citizenship Through the Arts. Part One: The Life Cycle of Plants

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05. 15. 2015
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Hands-on learning through arts integration

By Christa Huber, Arts Integration Coach

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04. 27. 2015
Max Bent

The positive side effects of the arts

By Donna Greenleaf, Coordinator of Gifted and Talented Programs, Dorchester County Public Schools, and Renee Hesson, Coordinator of Instruction for Fine Arts, Dorchester County Public...

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02. 13. 2015
Meet Our Artists NRITYA 5

Meet Our Artists: NRITYA

Young Audiences’ roster of artists continues to grow to encompass new artists, ensembles, and art forms, from slam poets to improvisers to Capoeira masters. We’ll...

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