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05. 25. 2017

Changing Perceptions: I Used to Think…

Written by Barbara Krebs, a Young Audiences volunteer and Sunburst Society member. Colorful sticky notes adorned the walls of the classroom. Like before-and-after photos of an...

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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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10. 05. 2016

YA and Wolf Trap Present ‘Beautiful Surprises’ at 2016 Arts Education Partnership National Forum

YA is joining the Wolf Trap Institute to present Beautiful Surprises...

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08. 02. 2016

Growing Up Green: Hip-Hop Poetry and Composting

Over 80 kindergarteners had the opportunity to literally get their hands dirty in hands-on learning while understanding...

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05. 13. 2016

Donor Spotlight: T. Rowe Price Foundation

Since 1950, Young Audiences of Maryland (YA) has significantly expanded the availability of educational and culturally diverse art programs for Baltimore City youth...

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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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12. 01. 2015

Support Young Audiences on This #GivingTuesday

Do you have a favorite childhood arts experience? Do you believe the arts should...

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11. 23. 2015

YA Forges New Arts Integration Partnership

A teacher from Oxon Hill Middle School personally thanked Young Audiences during a post-event gathering for bringing the Literature to Life program to Prince George’s schools.

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06. 12. 2015
Valerie Branch at Holabird Academy 1

Creative Movement: Movimiento Creativo

By Valerie Branch, Young Audiences and Maryland Wolf Trap teaching artist

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03. 26. 2015
Chris Waallace

Donor Spotlight: Chris Wallace

The arts were an integral and memorable part of Chris Wallace’s childhood. Her mother, Doris Morgan, an elementary school teacher and learning disabilities specialist, taught...

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03. 10. 2015
Barbara Howard

Donor Spotlight: Barbara Howard

“Our main purpose in life as human beings is to help others,” believes Barbara Howard, special education teacher at the William S. Baer School in...

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03. 10. 2015
Jamaal Collier

Donor Spotlight: Jamaal Collier

“Our life without the arts can be so empty,” rapped Jamaal Collier at Young Audience’s 2014 Impact Breakfast, “so I’m proud to be a part...

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