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Young Audiences transforms the lives and education of our youth through the arts by connecting educators, professional artists, and communities.

We Ignite Student
  • voice
  • leadership
  • creativity
  • innovation
  • curiosity


Our artists are catalysts for inspiration in schools. They breathe joy, creativity, and discovery into our classrooms and use their art forms to spark student curiosity and a love of learning. 



Young Audiences-trained artists and teachers use music, dance, visual arts, and drama to draw students into learning and help students make meaningful connections to academic content through arts integration.

Summer Site Athletics Director Job Description-2018


We partner with school districts to customize programs that are models for school reform, demonstrating the power of arts-integrated learning on school culture and student achievement. 

Our Programs

Our professional artists deliver academic lessons through the arts and create hands-on arts learning experiences for students in-school, after-school, and all year round. We train artists and academic teachers to implement arts integration within the state curriculum and using Common Core Standards.

Programs are available for students of all grade levels, meet rigorous academic standards, and can be customized to meet the needs of your school or school district.

Assemblies, Residencies, and Workshops

Open students' minds to new art forms and different cultures at every grade level.

Professional Development Programs

Train educators and artists to harness the power of the arts to authentically engage and challenge students of all learning styles.

Summer Learning Programs

Stem summer learning loss, foster creativity and critical thinking, and prepare students for college and careers.

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