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04. 27. 2018

STEM Cells?  Nah, STEAM Sells!

       Written by Barbara Krebs, Young Audiences volunteer and Sunburst Society member Excited. Proud. Love. These are the three words that I heard repeatedly as...

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04. 20. 2017

Growing Up Green at Mount Rainier Elementary School

Children in Prince George’s County Public Schools know how to celebrate Earth Day! Through Growing Up Green, a PGCPS arts integration initiative, children in kindergarten...

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04. 19. 2017

Planning for Excellence at Baltimore Design School

Before there is art, there is planning- lots of planning. This is something that 7th graders at the Baltimore Design School know all too well....

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01. 29. 2015

A Piece of the Bay

By Lori Mellendick, fifth-grade art teacher at Ducketts Lane Elementary This December, my fifth-grade students gathered around a table functioning as young archaeologists, researchers, and...

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12. 04. 2014

Exploring Earth’s treasures

Photos and content were originally posted on Daneytt Tucker’s blog “Daj’zha Vu” here and here.  This fall, Young Audiences visual artist Danyett Tucker worked with John Hanson Montessori middle...

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08. 26. 2014

It takes a village

On a Monday afternoon in late June, students filled the Goodnow Community Center for the Summer Showcase, a vibrant display of visual and performing arts....

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06. 09. 2014

Students re-envision their neighborhood through illustration

By Danyett Tucker, Young Audiences illustrator and Artist Associate During my recent mural residency program at Hamilton Elementary/Middle, students celebrated their community by remodeling Main...

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03. 06. 2014

Past and present create a mural for the future

By Juernene Bass, Western High School alumna I was very excited to take time away from work to be a part of a Young Audiences...

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01. 29. 2014

Making our mark on history with art

By Nadine Elsigal, senior at Western High School As a senior at Western High School I had the privilege of being involved in a clay...

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09. 25. 2013

One voice, one love, one heart!

By Danyett Tucker, Young Audiences visual artist and illustrator Do you think there is a difference between listening and hearing? One of my professors once...

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