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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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02. 07. 2017
Summer Arts Programming Improves Academic Performance

Young Audiences Summer Arts Programming Improves Academic Performance

Baltimore students in Young Audiences Summer Arts Academy Outperform Peers Baltimore City Public Schools students who participated in a new arts-related summer academic program from...

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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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09. 29. 2016

Moving out of Our Comfort Zone

A reflection from Valerie Branch, professional dancer, master teaching artist, and YA roster artist

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07. 05. 2016

YA’s Expanded Summer Arts and Learning Academy Kicks Off Today!

This morning, we kicked off our expanded Summer Arts and Learning Academy – a free, five week program immersing 900 City students in a variety of art forms...

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12. 15. 2015

Measuring Joy

by Stacie Sanders Evans, Young Audiences/Arts for Learning Executive Director

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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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10. 15. 2014

Meet our new artists: Valerie Branch

During the last two years, our roster has grown in size to encompass new artists, ensembles, and art forms. From slam poets to improvisers to...

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02. 26. 2014

How song and dance changed my classroom

By Morgan Lyons, Kindergarten Teacher, William S. Baer School When I first heard that an artist-in-residence program was coming to my school, William S. Baer,...

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