We are pleased to announce this year's YoungArts Week dates. The national program of YoungArts takes place in Miami each year and enables approximately 170 participants in the YoungArts program to work with distinguished master teachers and mentors. Like all YoungArts programs, YoungArts Week is designed to support young artists at a critical juncture in their lives and encourage their decision to pursue a career in the arts.
This week highlights the arts across 10 disciplines and celebrates these winners for their accomplishments. We are grateful to our supporters who enable us to provide opportunities to these students.
MONDAY, JANUARY 6POP, JAZZ + CLASSICAL VOICEPerformances by the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in pop, jazz & classical voice
TUESDAY, JANUARY 7THEATER + JAZZ INSTRUMENTALPerformances by the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in theater and and the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in jazz instrumental WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8DANCE + FILMPerformances by the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in dance and film screenings by the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in cinematic artsTHURSDAY, JANUARY 9CHAMBER MUSICPerformances by the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in classical musicFRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 6:00ART, DESIGN + PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION OPENING + WRITERS' READINGS Exhibition by the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in visual arts, design and photography, and readings by the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in writingFRIDAY, JANUARY 10JAZZ COMBOPerformances by the 2014 YoungArts Finalists in Jazz and a special guest artistSATURDAY, JANUARY 11YOUNGARTS PERFORMANCE + GALAThe YoungArts Performance + Gala is the culmination of YoungArts Week, with an alumni performance directed by Tony Award-winning choreographer Bill T. JonesSUNDAY, JANUARY 12DESIGN NOW + DESIGN FUTURESwith Paola Antonelli + Frank Gehry
For more information please visit www.youngarts.org
Congratulations to the 2013 U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts!
In Washington D.C. on June 16 and 17, 2013, we celebrated our 20 YoungArts winners who were are chosen to be this year's U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Arts. The visual arts, photography, writers and cinematic arts winners showcased their work at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on Sunday, June 16 with an exhibition followed by writers readings. The next day the performing arts winners showcased their talents at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. This year's winners come from all over the country and we are so proud of their accomplishments.
Thank you to all who support our mission and afford us the ability to provide programs to these talented artists!
Calling all New York residents!!!
Please join us May 9-11 for YoungArts New York. The YoungArts New York program gives the winners and alumni from the New York area unique opportunities to showcase their talents, work with great masters, and enrich their artistic vision throughout the year through YoungArts collaborations and partnerships with the City's leading arts organizations.
This year's events kick off on May 9!!!
Our schedule includes:
Master classes with:
· Thursday, May 9 / 7:30pm - Performance at BAC (Baryshnikov Arts Center) Performances programmed by Mikhail Baryshnikov
· Friday, May 10 / 6:30pm to 8:30pm - Visual Arts, Photography opening at the Founders Room and Gallery at MoMA
· Saturday May 11 / 7:30pm - Changing Light on Water: Some Possible Beginnings and Endings - performance directed by Bill T. Jones, Clarke Studio Theater at Lincoln Center
The 2013 edition of YoungArts Week, which took place from January 6 – 12, provided 152 young artists from 29 states the opportunity to participate in a week of intense master classes and workshops with distinguished master teachers and mentors such as Joshua Bell, Plácido Domingo, Rachelle Fleming, Adrian Grenier, Bill T. Jones, Lourdes Lopez, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Tarell McCraney, Andrew Rannells, Desmond Richardson, Zuzanna Szadkowski, and Marisa Tomei. Finalists shared their talents each evening in free performances, readings, exhibitions and screenings at notable Miami institutions such as The New World Center, Miami Art Museum, and the Adrienne Arsht Center. The closing night An Affair of the Arts Performance and Gala opened with amazing performances by some of YoungArts most talented alumni, was followed by dinner, and concluded with the audience, alumni and finalists enjoying dessert and dancing on Flagler Street, with DJ Irie spinning.
Next up on our calendar is YoungArts Los Angeles, a new regional program joining YoungArts’ ongoing programs in Miami, New York, and Washington, D.C. which invites approximately 90 YoungArts Winners living in the greater Los Angeles area to participate in YoungArts Los Angeles from February 6 to 11. Like the Finalists enjoyed during YoungArts Week, these young artists will share life changing experiences including master classes and workshops with notable artists in the visual, literary and performing arts. If you are the Lost Angeles area and are interested in attending any performances, please contact us at email@example.com.
Also, BOBBY MCFERRIN: A YoungArts MasterClass, is set to premiere on HBO on February 12, 2013. The Special Presentation is the second episode of the second season of the acclaimed Emmy-nominated program, which presents world-class creative artists who share their art and life experiences with small groups of young artists who represent a new generation of American talent. Check your local listings!
We are excited to be able to announce that we have just moved into our new home in Miami, which will serve as YoungArts official headquarters. Having a permanent home will enable us to continue the expansion of YoungArts' programs and activities, including the addition of a new discipline - architecture and design, to our existing nine disciplines of music, dance, film, jazz, photography, theater, visual arts, voice and writing.
We plan for our new campus to have an art gallery; art ehibitions with free admission; and year-round public programs and workshops. We also have plans for the multi-disciplinary arts complex to include the creation of a public park with video projection capabilities and arts programming for the benefit of our community. Our goal is to transform the property, which consists of three buildings and a large plaza, into a thriving arts and cultural center dedicated to nurturing and inspiring talented young artists from around the country. If you happen to live in - or are planning to visit Miami, we hope you will visit us for a tour of our new campus!
And, please be sure to SAVE THE DATE for YoungArts Week 2013: January 6 - 12, 2013.
Thank you to all who support our mission!
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