October News & Updates

There's ARTS in the air!
Young Audiences is making sure the students of Northeast Texas are singing, dancing, writing and drawing in October! Programs are booking quickly, call today to secure your best dates! 903.561.ARTS
October Artist Lineup
Sue Young
 Cantos y Cuentos
Tales and Tunes from Latin America Travel around Latin America through legends, tales of tricksters, heroes and heroines, wonder tales and traditional, popular and original songs.

October 2 - Bonner Arts After School
October 3 - Jones Elementary

Chris Espinosa
The Super Duper Hero Improvised Story!
The students create the hero, the villain, and the plot of this interactive, improvisational, and impromptu super story.

October 5 - Douglas Elementary

Julio Suarez
Illustrating Imaginary Fish
Students first study and draw the anatomy of a fish. Line, shape, color, and texture are explored. Students use their imagination in creating colorful “schools of fish” in mixed media.

October 15 & 16 - Higgins Elementary

Emanuelee Bean
Outspoken Bean
In this unique performance, students will find a new definition of literacy through the art of spoken word poetry. Learning about social and cultural issues, expanding vocabulary and critical thinking skills, and discovering new strengths are all addressed in this engaging performance.

October 22 - Bonner Arts After School

Hot Horns
Brass Can Do Anything
The history of jazz, America’s own musical art form, is presented in a swinging, foot-tapping, highly accessible way through this Hot Horns show.

October 30 - Boshears, Woods &
Bonner Arts After School
October 31 - Three Lakes &
Bell Elementary

Arts After School

On Monday, October 1, 2018 Young Audiences Arts for Learning of Northeast Texas will begin its first ever, and Tyler ISD’s only , Arts Based After School Program .  

Thanks to a grant from Texas Women for the Arts, a program of the Texas Cultural Trust , Young Audiences was able to fulfill a critical need at Tyler ISD’s Bonner Elementary.  Approximately 96 % of the students on this campus are considered economically disadvantaged, giving them few options for arts enrichment activities outside of the school day. Young Audiences and the Bonner administration are committed to providing , at no cost, full access to enhanced arts experiences for these students

The program design is a 2 hour and 20-minute program 4 days per week for the entire school year. Art sessions will be led by qualified Young Audiences teaching artists and Tyler ISD Fine Arts teachers contracted to work with the program. Twice a year there will be a program wide culminating event where students can share their work with their parents and the community.

For more information contact Maureen at programs@yanetexas.org

Community Arts Partners
G- Theater for children telling the classic children's tale of Snow White, seven dwarfs, a magic mirror and an evil queen. The handsome version of the famous fairy tale as presented in New York. Supposedly disposed of by the wicked queen, Snow White finds her way to a happy glen and the home of seven friendly dwarfs. A deadly apple casts her into a deep sleep, from which she is revived in time by her devoted prince.
Middle School Day of the Dead Art Exhibition
October 28-November 4
Tyler Museum of Art will showcase artwork by more than 400 local students from grades 6-8, opening with a family celebration of the traditional Mexican holiday "Dia de los Muertos"

Arts for All Kids Luncheon
Young Audiences, Arts for Learning of Northeast Texas will host our annual luncheon on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at Willow Brook Country Club. Guests will enjoy a delicious lunch and a captivating arts experience by Slam Poet, Outspoken Bean.
You can make a difference in a child's life by donating here . Every little bit helps us bring more arts into more schools.
For information on booking a program at your school or to learn more about our work, visit us at www.yanetexas.org
Young Audiences of Northeast Texas | Arts for Learning | 903.561.2787
200 E. Amherst, Tyler, TX 75701