Developing Online Arts Learning News


Developing Online Arts Learning

Even with school bulidings closed, the arts can (and should!) still be a part of students' learning!

Many of our artists are excited to develop remote, online versions of their YAMA performance, workshop, and residency programs. Our program coordinators
are eager to speak with you about your school or learning center's current approach, and to partner with you to continue to engage your students in the arts.

Please fill-out this brief SURVEY to help us learn about your needs
and feel free to reach out to us with questions or suggestions.

The following YAMA artists have expressed interest in developing online program options:
Alison O'Leary (Author)
Andrea Lovett (Storytelling workshops)
Behind The Mask (mask-making and mask theater)
Chhandika (North Indian Dance)
David Zucker (Poetry in Motion)
DrumatiX (Creative percussion and movement)

Eth-Noh-Tec (Stories from Asia)
Ezekiel's Wheels Klezmer Band (Ashkenazi Jewish folk music)
Fourth Wall (Creative Music/Movement)
Historical Perspectives (Benjamin Franklin theater program)
Grooversity (Afro-Brazilian percussion and movement)
ImprovBoston (Improvisational theater)
IllStyle and Peace Productions (hip hop dance)
Karim Nagi (Traditional Dance & Music from the Arab World)
Kirsten Lamb (songwriting and musical storytelling)
Johnette and Scott (music and dance from New Orleans)
Leeny Del Seamonds (Stories of kindness from around the world)
Leland Faulkner (Illusion)
Liz Buchanan (literacy-through-music)
Mass Movement, Inc. (dance workshops tied to curriculum)
Michael Tougias (author/historian)
Mystic Paper Beasts (movement/mask-based theater with clever homemade props)
MythMasters (Greek Myths Theater programs)
Odaiko New England (Japanese Taiko drumming)
Sandeep Das (Tabla: Talking Drum from India)
Shaw Pong Liu (Chinese and Western Classical Music)
Tanglewood Marionettes (Puppet theater)
Urbanity Dance (dance workshops and residencies)
Valerie Tutson (Stories from African traditions and African
American history)

Veronica Robles (Mexican dance and music)
Voci Angelica (World folk music)

Don't see the artist or ensemble you wanted on this list?
SCHEDULE a program now for the joyous time when live programming returns to schools!