Tag Archive: dance

Creative Movements

By Valerie Branch, Young Audiences and Maryland Wolf Trap teaching artist Empowering youth through my art form is something that I’m very passionate about. As a dance teaching artist, my role in the… Continue reading

Hands-on learning through arts integration

By Christa Huber, Arts Integration Coach, Patterson Park Public Charter School I have been with Patterson Park Public Charter School for six years in various teaching positions in Title I, third grade, the English… Continue reading

Meet Our Artists: NRITYA

Young Audiences’ roster of artists continues to grow to encompass new artists, ensembles, and art forms, from slam poets to improvisers to Capoeira masters. We’ll be regularly posting interviews with our artists, giving… Continue reading

Breaking down barriers with the arts

By Kwame Opare, High Point High School Dance Teacher and Young Audiences teaching artist I have had the privilege to work with a diverse group of learners in the Prince George’s County school system… Continue reading

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 Capoeira masters, these new artists are undeniably unique.… Continue reading

Summer learning comes to a close

See photos from the Young Audiences arts-integrated summer learning site! The summer can be a time for fun in the sun with family and friends, but for many students across the country, it is a… Continue reading

Leaping headfirst into arts integration

By Grace Galarpe, Baltimore City Public School teacher When I got involved in the Young Audiences and Baltimore City Public Schools 22nd Century Pioneers Arts-Based Summer Camp, I wasn’t sure if I was… Continue reading

Summer Learning begins

The school year may have ended, but for Young Audiences, that doesn’t mean the fun, arts-integrated learning stops. Young Audiences has again partnered with Baltimore City Public Schools to bring arts enrichment activities… Continue reading

More than Movement

Illstyle and Peace Productions, a Young Audiences roster ensemble, is a multicultural dance company that delivers a positive message of individual expression. They’ve performed for audiences young and old across the world. Last… Continue reading

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, I was excited. I learned about arts integration… Continue reading

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… Continue reading

Using arts integration to prevent summer learning loss

By Lucy Coyle Lucy Coyle recently completed a summer internship at Young Audiences and wraps up our series on Young Audiences’ summer learning programs–and their importance for students who would otherwise have limited… Continue reading