• YANJEP Awarded Two Grants To Address Chronic Absenteeism in New Jersey Schools

  • Young Audiences Arts for Learning's 66th Annual Gala

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  • Young Audiences Arts for Learning Launches National Residency Teaching Artist Credential Program

  • USDOE Awards Over US$6.85M to Young Audiences Affiliates Through AAEDD Grants Competition

Newsfeed November 13, 2018
The Network
The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning, Young Audiences Arts for Learning's Cleveland, Ohio, affiliate, is seeking a visionary, dynamic and innovative Director of Programs to design and lead arts education programming and create new opportunities for young people through the arts.
The Network
We are pleased to share a double dose of wonderful news from our affiliate, Young Audiences New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania! Last week, the organization was awarded two matching grants totaling $600,000 to help improve student attendance in two New Jersey schools.
The Network
CAL marked the occasion with a free Family Arts Festival, inviting local community members into the new space at 1450 E. 105th Street to catch a glimpse of the imaginative arts-inspired programming it will bring to Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood.
YA Arts for Learning
Young Audiences Arts for Learning’s 66th Annual Gala will feature a performance by the world-renowned Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC). Celebrated as a model of both artistic excellence and cultural diversity, YPC provides children of all backgrounds with a unique program of musical education and choral performance. It aspires to fulfill each child’s creative potential while enriching the community at large.
The Network
ArtsNow has been awarded more than US$2.27 million over four years to fund its smART Literacy! program in four elementary schools in Georgia and South Carolina. Notably, ArtsNow is one of three Young Audiences affiliates to be awarded AAEDD grants for FY18, among just 22 winning projects culled from more than 90 applications.

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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