• Working Toward a Brighter Future: Our Commitment to Racial Equity

  • YA Supports Five Equity-Focused Initiatives Through FY21 Affiliate Development Fund

  • Now Hiring: Young Audiences of Oregon & SW Washington Seeks Executive Director

  • Support YA and help us keep children across the country engaged, inspired, and learning through the arts!

Newsfeed January 23, 2021
YA Arts for Learning
At Young Audiences Arts for Learning, we are taking an opportunity for reflection as we begin the new year. 2020 was incomparably difficult and painful, yet it has also issued a call to action and brought forth the beginnings of necessary change. While systemic racism and inequity are a daily lived experience for many of us, they can no longer be denied by those of us who have benefited from an unjust system.
YA Arts for Learning
Young Audiences Arts for Learning is proud to award five Affiliate Development Fund grants for FY21 to support initiatives across the national Young Audiences Arts for Learning network that address issues of racial justice impacting historically marginalized communities.
Why Arts?
NAMM’s Believe in Music Week, an online gathering to unify and support the people who bring music to the world, will take place January 18-22, 2021. All are welcome and registration is free.
YA Arts for Learning
Young Audiences of Oregon & SW Washington (YAOW), Young Audiences Arts for Learning's Portland-based affiliate, is now accepting applications for the position of Executive Director. The successful candidate will oversee organizational leadership, vision, and strategy, which they will shape in partnership with a diverse and engaged set of stakeholders.
Why Arts?
This summer, Young Audiences of Abilene welcomed Talan Cobb as its new Executive Director. Operating as part of the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council (ACAC), Young Audiences of Abilene brings together schools, communities, and professional teaching...