Monthly Archive: March, 2015

Identifying P.R.I.D.E.

By Christina Delgado, Young Audiences photographer and visual artist Digital photography is an art form that provides instant gratification. You can see your progress faster than you would with painting, drawing, or ceramics.… Continue reading

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 both her children and her students with joy, positivity,… Continue reading

Use simple circuitry in sculpture in March’s smART Tip

In March’s smART Tip, Young Audiences visual artists and STEAM experts FutureMakers show how students can use simple and affordable LEDs to make sculptures that light up! Press play to learn more: smART Tips is a monthly… Continue reading

Why Do the Arts Matter? with Melani Douglass

From a curator’s perspective, hear Melani Douglass, founder of The Family Arts Museum, share her ‪#‎WhyArts‬ response by focusing upon the importance of family as fine art, home as curated space, and community… Continue reading

Why Do the Arts Matter? with Lisa Mathews

Lisa Mathews, a singer with Young Audiences ensemble Milkshake and a Maryland Wolf Trap teaching artist, joined our ‪#‎WhyArts‬ campaign by sharing her perspective on why the arts matter to her and to… Continue reading

Why Do the Arts Matter? with Senator Bill Ferguson

We’re continuing our social media campaign asking community members “Why Do the Arts Matter?” to celebrate ‪National Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week (YA Week). Maryland State Senator Bill Ferguson shared his perspective in a… Continue reading

Why Do the Arts Matter? with Stacie Sanders Evans

During ‪National Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week (YA Week) we’re leading a social media campaign to ask community members “Why Do the Arts Matter?” Young Audiences Executive Director Stacie Sanders Evans shared her… Continue reading

Happy YA Week!

National Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week (YA Week) is a time to celebrate the national YA network of affiliates and show support for arts-in-education! For 65 years, Young Audiences/Arts for Learning Maryland… Continue reading

Mark your calendar for YA Week 2015!

  National Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week (YA Week) is a time to celebrate the national YA network of affiliates and show support for arts-in-education! We hope you will join us in… Continue reading

Donor Spotlight: Barbara and Mitch Krebs

Barbara and Mitch Krebs are both firm believers in the importance of the arts, even though their backgrounds are very different. Barbara holds a BFA in Theater and utilizes drama techniques to get into… Continue reading

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 Baltimore. “When we do that, the blessings come… Continue reading

Donor Spotlight: Maryland State Arts Council

For more than 40 years, the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) has supported artists and arts organizations in their pursuit of artistic excellence, ensured the accessibility of the arts to all citizens, and promoted… Continue reading