Back to the Future of Arts Education
We're engaging kids through virtual and distance learning right now, while we're also looking forward to getting back to the classroom with in-person, arts-integrated learning in the future.
On Thursday, October 8th at 6pm, we are showcasing the innovation and creativity of our teaching artists and sharing some of the lessons we've learned on providing equity and arts access to students learning from home.
Come join us for this live, fundraising event from the comfort of your own home and experience a virtual Latin Dance class with Teaching Artist Kirah Caminos, among other interactive performances and interviews with local artists and famous creators.
All proceeds benefit arts-integrated learning for thousands of students enrolled in schools throughout the Bay Area.
DELUXE DeLOREAN TIME MACHINE
Registration package is $40 and includes a Creativity Kit shipped right to your door, full of ready-made props to help you join in on the festivities from home. This package includes:
- Printed recipe card, featuring 2 custom drinks ("The Flux Capacitor" and "The McFly" with non-alcoholic options)
- Stemless 10 oz wine glass
- Maraca so you can shake to the rhythm with Kirah Caminos during her Latin Dance workshop
- A colorful square scarf to enhance the dance moves you'll learn from Kirah
- A Young Audiences study guide and worksheet to keep the learning going after the party is over
- Information about Young Audiences' other programs and artists working to expand learning through the arts
*To ensure that Doc and Marty can make an on-time delivery (via USPS) our Deluxe DeLorean Time Machine registration MUST CLOSE on Tuesday, September 29th at 6:00pm.
MARTY McFLY'S DIY MANUAL
Registration package is free, though we suggest a $20 donation to help us keep arts education in front of kids and integrated with their curriculum this school year. This package includes:
- A digital recipe card, featuring 2 custom drinks ("The Flux Capacitor" and "The McFly" with non-alcoholic options)
- PDF Instructions and craft guide for creating your own maracas at home
- A downloadable Young Audiences study guide and worksheet to keep the learning going after the party is over
- Links to information about Young Audiences' other programs and artists working to expand learning through the arts
Young Audiences of Northern California connects professional artists with schools and brings essential arts learning and cultural resources directly to students. Our diverse roster of award-winning artists and ensembles spans four art disciplines: dance, music, theatre, and visual arts – and offers artist residencies, workshops, assembly performances, and professional development for classroom teachers.
Last school year, we accomplished the following achievements from donations made by people like you:
- We provided 24,105 young people with arts engagement through residencies, workshops, and assembly performances by professional artists
- Students spent 51,079 hours learning through and about the arts throughout the 9 Bay Area counties (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma Counties)
- 93% of our work served public schools and 77% of our work served Title I, high-need schools (a majority of students enrolled in Title I schools come from low-income households)
- We partnered with 66 schools and community centers
- We partnered with San Francisco Pride and public libraries in Berkeley and San Mateo County to engage more than 1,200 children and their family members through free, public performances