A collection of resources and information for anyone interested learning more about how the arts can be used to engage students in the learning of any subject and spark creativity in the classroom.

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smART Tips

smART Tips are quick video tips for educators who are interested in new, creative ways to use the arts in their classroom with students. Each month, we bring you a new tip from a Young Audiences roster artist, ensemble, or teacher partner to demonstrate a quick activity or a resource to make it easy to incorporate the arts into learning for students.

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Case Studies

Young Audiences artist and teacher partners are invited to share written case studies of their work in schools to explore one essential question. Each study provides a snapshot of how the artist or teacher connects the arts to the curriculum to provide opportunities for students to imagine, create, and realize their full potential through the arts.

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Tube Beat or Not To Be? Discovering Sound through Rhythm and Movement

By Max Bent, Musician and beatboxer Young Audiences artists and teacher partners have written case studies documenting their work in schools and their exploration of one essential question. Each study provides a snapshot of how the artist or teacher works with students to integrate the arts into the curriculum and…

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Are you a musician?

By Kevin Martin, Steel drum musician Young Audiences artists and teacher partners have written case studies documenting their work in schools and their exploration of one essential question. Each study provides a snapshot of how the artist or teacher works with students to integrate the arts into the curriculum and…

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How can the Blues be used to learn fractions?

By Curtis Blues, One-man Blues band Young Audiences artists and teacher partners have written case studies documenting their work in schools and their exploration of one essential question. Each study provides a snapshot of how the artist or teacher works with students to integrate the arts into the curriculum and…

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Program Funding Opportunities

Grant funding is available to Maryland schools to help subsidize the cost of Young Audiences assemblies, residencies, and embedded professional development programming.