• Young Audiences Charter School Begins Construction of New Campus for Middle and High School Students in Greater New Orleans

  • Young Audiences Arts for Learning Welcomes Two New Members To Its National Board of Directors

  • Highlights from Our Annual Gala: Thank You for Joining Us To Celebrate and Support Arts-in-Education!

  • Professional Learning Travel Award Recipient Harlan Brownlee Reflects on Visit to Young Audiences of Louisiana

  • Remembering Anne Straus, Young Audiences National Board Member Emerita

Newsfeed November 14, 2019
YA Arts for Learning
Young Audiences Arts for Learning announces the addition of two new members to its National Board of Directors. The newly elected trustees, Marguerite “Rite” Moisio and Robert Sprung, join the esteemed business, educational, artistic, and philanthropic leaders who sit on the National Board of Young Audiences Arts for Learning.
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On Tuesday, October 22 nd , Young Audiences Charter School (YACS) broke ground on its new state-of-the-art facility at 1000 Burmaster Street in Gretna, Louisiana. Serving students from Jefferson Parish Public School System (JPPSS), YACS is the...
YA Arts for Learning
We’re pleased to announce that Young Audiences Arts for Learning’s 2019 Gala on October 29th will feature a performance by Vicci Martinez and Emily Tarver! Vicci and Emily attended our 2018 Gala and we are thrilled that they will be joining us again this year to perform and honor their friend and “Orange is the New Black” castmate, Joel Marsh Garland.
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It is with deep sadness that we share the news that Young Audiences National Board Member emerita Anne Straus passed away on Friday, October 4th, at age 97 in her Manhattan home. Anne was a stalwart board member of indefatigable energy and commitment for many decades. Anne composed a short memoir about her time with Young Audiences to commemorate our 60th anniversary, which we share again today in her honor.
The Network
Attendees of the 2019 YA National Conference, held in Houston, were invited to apply for the opportunity to travel to a Young Audiences affiliate location of their choosing in support of their professional learning, with travel vouchers provided by our partners at Southwest Airlines. One of those recipients, Harlan Brownlee from Kansas City Young Audiences, details his experience attending the Comprehensive Arts-Integrated School Model Leadership Institute at Young Audiences of Louisiana.

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Arts for Learning (A4L) is a research-based literacy program that integrates the creativity and discipline of the arts with learning science. Young Audiences Arts for Learning (YA) collaborated with a design team from the University of Washington to create this program, which was first conceived in 2005. A4L brings rich arts lessons to students in grades pre-K through 8, while providing them with instruction and practice in strategies for reading comprehension, writing, and learning.

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