• Raise Awareness and Support for Arts-in-Education this YA Week, Coming Up April 14 - 27!

  • New Year, New Moodle! Introducing Learn.YA.org, YA's New Learning Management System

  • Register Now for 'No Limits: Supporting Children with Learning Differences'

  • YA of Louisiana Awarded US$2.3 Million Grant to Boost Arts Education at Six Jefferson Parish Schools

  • Donate Today To Help Us Make a Well-Rounded, Arts-Rich Education a Reality for Every Student

Newsfeed March 23, 2019
The Network
Chicago Arts Partnership in Education (CAPE), Young Audiences Arts for Learning's Chicago-based affiliate, was recently awarded US$2.3 million by the US Department of Education, in the form of an Assistance for Arts Education Development and...
YA Arts for Learning
The YA Network will celebrate YA Week April 14-27, 2019, to raise awareness and support for arts-in-education. An annual advocacy and awareness initiative first championed by Conductor Leonard Bernstein in 1971, YA Week has grown into a two-week celebration of arts-in-education observed each spring by the YA Network, leaders in the field, and individual supporters.
The Network
An executive arts management position is now available at Arts for Learning Connecticut, Young Audiences Arts for Learning's Connecticut affiliate. To apply, please send a cover letter with salary requirements, resume, and contact information for three references to jobs@aflct.org by February 28, 2019.
YA Arts for Learning
We are pleased to announce the launch of Learn.YA.org, Young Audiences Arts for Learning’s new Moodle project. The new home of YA’s learning management system (LMS), Learn.YA.org replacing YAMoodle.org, and extending the platform’s capabilities with new features, a streamlined navigation experience, and security upgrades.
YA Arts for Learning
Young Audiences Arts for Learning's 2019 National Conference will be held April 3-5 in Houston, Texas. This year's conference, No Limits: Supporting Children with Learning Differences, will address timely issues such as inclusion, accessibility, and the role of the arts in supporting young people with special needs.

Signature Core Services

 

In 2010, the Young Audiences Arts for Learning National Network adopted a plan to promote a comprehensive arts education experience throughout the Network in order to elevate the quality and value of the work of Young Audiences.  In doing so, this model, identified as a ‘core signature’ of Young Audiences’ work, focuses on four areas of inclusion:

 

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