Tag Archive: residency

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

Meet our new artists: FutureMakers

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

Celebrate Earth Day with songs by students

In honor of Earth Day, we wanted to share some songs written last month by Hollywood Elementary second- and third-graders with teaching artist Sue Trainor during her residency at the school. During the program, students… Continue reading

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 clay mural residency at my alma mater, Western… Continue reading

The Artist is Present

By Kevin Adekoya, Young Audiences Development Assistant This month, 51 artists and teachers completed their final Reflection Day of the 2013-2014 Teaching Artist Institute (TAI) Seminar. During the past five months, artist and teacher… Continue reading

Uncle Devin shares TAI residency success!

The following content first appeared in the December 2013 edition of Uncle Devin’s Drum Beat Newsletter: For four days in November, it was my pleasure to conduct an artist-in-residence program with a first grade class at… Continue reading

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 asked me to illustrate Jimmy Hendrix’s song “Voodoo… Continue reading

Building self-confidence with the acoustic Blues guitar

By Curtis Blues, Young Audiences artist and one-man Blues band Her face was hidden under rows of tiny, tight braids with small colorful beads on the ends. “Would you like to join the… Continue reading