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03. 07. 2018

Rock and Roll and Learn: smARTbeats returns with Elias Schutzman

smARTbeats returns to WTMD this Saturday, March 10 during the weekly children’s program Young At Heart! On this month’s segment, host Lisa Mathews sits down for a chat with Young Audiences teaching artist and...

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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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