• YA Affiliates Across the Country Join Together In Support of Unified Statement: ‘Arts Education Is Essential’

  • Stories of Resilience Through The Arts from the YA Network

  • An Update from Young Audiences Arts for Learning Regarding COVID-19

Young Audiences Leadership Forum

The Leadership Forum, a two-day meeting in New York City, for the Young Audiences Arts for Learning network board members and executive staff, focuses on strategies to maximize and strengthen the network. The Leadership Forum has focused on many critical topics, including curriculum integration, diversity, strategic planning, and strategies for addressing financial challenges.

Young Audiences Out-of-School Time Programming

 

Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week (YA Week)

Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week (YA Week) is an annual advocacy and awareness initiative when the Young Audiences Arts for Learning Network (YA Network) works collectively to shine a light on the importance of the arts within education.

National Arts-in-Education Conference

RESCHEDULEDArts from the Start: An Exploration of Early Learning, will be held March 17-19, 2021, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

In light of recent updates regarding COVID-19, we have decided to postpone our National Conference in New Orleans until next spring. Please note that Arts From The Start: An Exploration of Early Learning will now be held March 17 – 19, 2021. For the latest details, please visit: 

YA Western NY Announces Full STEAM Ahead: Innovation In The Classroom And Community

Workshop presenter Joy Guarino, Associate Professor of Dance at Buffalo State College, presenting Building Community with a Kinesthetic Classroom at the 2014 Arts Abilities Conference Young Audiences in conjunction with Arts Partners for Learning will host the 8thAnnual Patricia Cotsen Arts Abilities Conference on October 29, 2015 at the Downtown Library in Buffalo, NY. The conference will bring together teachers, teaching artists, cultural specialists, arts and cultural education program providers, and many more who are innovating in their schools and in the community. Western New York’s

Jones Soda Photography Program

 

Jones Soda and Young Audiences Arts for Learning began their partnership in early 2014 to teach children about the art of photography through a ten-week residency program. For the first program at Urban Promise Academy in Oakland, CA, Jones Soda enlisted its original photographer and designer, Victor John Penner, to help teach the course and mentor students. Action photography company GoPro generously provided cameras for this program.

Arts for Learning Members National

This is for Arts for Learning Member Users that are related to the National Office - example VIPs. General Password: Arts4learning

Arts for Learning Members Atlanta

For Teachers and Staff in Atlanta, Georgia. Password for all teachers in this group: Atlanta

Arts for Learning Members Beaverton

This OG is for Arts for Learning Members Beaverton.

 

 

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Newsfeed July 3, 2020
YA Arts for Learning
We’re proud to announce that twenty affiliates of Young Audiences Arts for Learning (Young Audiences) have signed on in support of ‘ Arts Education Is Essential . ’ This u nified statement conveys the importance of arts education for students during...
YA Arts for Learning
Josie is thrilled to rejoin Young Audiences Arts for Learning as a Summer Fellow after working as YA’s Summer Intern last year. She is a rising senior at Hamilton College, majoring in sociology with a double minor in music and education studies...
YA Arts for Learning
As policymakers plan for school reopening in the fall, Young Audiences Arts for Learning joined 52 other national organizations in a statement that supports an arts education for all students. In the statement, “Arts Education Is Essential,” the signing organizations convey that the arts have already played a pivotal and uplifting role during the COVID-19 health crisis, and that arts education can help all students, including those who are in traditionally underrepresented groups, as they return to school next year.
The Network
As part of our ongoing Resilience Through the Arts series, Young Audiences Arts for Learning (YA) is pleased to spotlight the efforts of our peers in the field as they uplift and sustain student learning in the arts during these challenging times.
The Network
We are deeply proud of and inspired by the efforts of our affiliates as they navigate new realities and forge new and innovative ways of expanding student learning through the arts. Over the coming weeks, we will be sharing these stories of support and resilience that are emerging from across the Young Audiences Arts for Learning Network.