• The Arts Were My Path To Confidence: Summer Intern Josie Blatt Reflects on Her YA Experience and the Value of Arts in Education

  • Announcing 2020 National Residency Teaching Artist Credential (TAC) Application Cycle

  • Announcing Professional Learning Travel Award Recipients

  • YA of Louisiana's Christopher Sheard Receives Distinguished Teaching Artist Award from Yale School of Music

  • Recent Studies Affirm the Positive Impacts of Arts-in-Education

Newsfeed August 23, 2019
YA Arts for Learning
This summer, the National Office of Young Audiences Arts for Learning (YA) welcomed summer intern Josie Blatt, a rising Junior and Sociology Major at Hamilton College. On the last day of her internship, we sat down with Josie to learn more about what drew her to Young Audiences, from her passion for the arts to her college studies. Josie shared what she learned and accomplished at YA, and how she will carry those lessons into her future work.
The Network
Marsha Dobrzynski, Executive Director of Young Audiences Arts for Learning’s (YA) Northeast Ohio affiliate, the Center for Arts Inspired Learning (CAL), has been selected as one of Crain’s Cleveland Business’ 2019 Women of Note. The annual feature salutes a group of “inspiring women whose dedication and achievements enrich Northeast Ohio, its institutions and its people.”
Why Arts?
We are pleased to kick off the 2020 Application Cycle of the Young Audiences Arts for Learning National Residency Teaching Artist Credential. This initiative recognizes seasoned teaching artists for their training, experience, and skill in implementing school-based residencies, while offering a practical pathway for less experienced teaching artists to advance toward excellence.
The Network
This week is National Summer Learning Week , a celebration dedicated to elevating the importance of keeping kids learning, safe, and healthy every summer, ensuring they return to school in the fall ready to succeed in the year. In honor of Summer...
The Network
Christopher Sheard , from Young Audiences of Louisiana , was honored at Yale School of Music’s 2019 Symposium on Music in Schools . He was invited to New Haven, CT, where he accepted the Yale Distinguished Teaching Artist Award on Friday, June 14...

Recent Studies Affirm the Positive Impacts of Arts-in-Education

In celebration of YA Week, a congressionally designated arts advocacy initiative, we are pleased to spotlight two new studies, which affirm that access and exposure to the arts not only boost students’ academic performance, but also strengthen their social and emotional development.According to research carried out in Houston-area and Baltimore City schools, and involving programs of Young Audiences of Houston and Young Audiences of Maryland, respectively, the measurable be

National Residency Teaching Artist Credential

Young Audiences Arts for Learning’s National Residency Teaching Artist Credential (TAC) articulates what effective, high quality teaching artistry looks like in K-12 school-based residencies, and formally endorses exceptional teaching artists who embody excellence in four competency areas: Artistry, Instruction, Planning & Preparation, and Community.

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YA Network - Departures

Please use the form below to let us know about colleagues who are no longer with your organization. To add a new colleague or upate title or contact information, visit www.ya.org/updates.

YA Network - Personnel Changes

Please use this form to let us know about any changes to your YA Affiliate staff, including the addition of new colleagues, or changes in title, contact info, or function. To notify us about a colleague who is no longer with your organization, please visit www.ya.org/departures. Thank you!

Atlanta-Based ArtsNow to Become New Affiliate of Young Audiences Arts for Learning

Young Audiences Arts for Learning is proud to announce the addition of its newest affiliate, Atlanta-based ArtsNow.

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