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Carolina García Jayaram: In pivotal role guiding National YoungArts Foundation [Miami Today]

Carolina García Jayaram thinks artists are the most important facet of our community because they are its mirror.

Fox Announces a New Dance Drama Series [Dance Teacher Magazine]

This looks interesting: Fox—home of “So You Think You Can Dance”—has announced that another dance television show is in the works. The series is written by Joe Sofranko and Lili Fuller, two actor-choreographers who first met as YoungArts winners.

ICA, YoungArts Collaborate to Bring Dance Master Michael Clark to Miami [Miami New Times]

Inside the Jewel Box at the National YoungArts Foundation, dancers and audiences will celebrate a unique collaboration of creative forces, with local and international arts groups coming together to create a uniquely Miamian masterpiece.

Miami Inspires London Dance Modernist Michael Clark [Artburst]

After a month-long residency on the YoungArts Campus, for the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) interdisciplinary performance initiative "ICA Performs," Michael Clark's time spent will yield five performances.

From radical to classic, the dance world’s best around Miami this week [Miami Herald]

Michael Clark has been creating and rehearsing at the campus of the National YoungArts Foundation for several weeks, and the new piece will be on view at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Monday at the Jewelbox.

YoungArts Winners Return for Transformations Showcase [Artburst]

A few minor raindrops fell before and during the outdoor screening of the five short films that made up “Transformations,” part of the Outside the Box series at the YoungArts Campus near Downtown Miami.

Fox Developing Dance Drama ‘The Cut’ Produced By McG [Yahoo!]

Written by Joe Sofranko & Lili Fuller, The Cut is described as Friday Night Lights meets Center Stage. Fuller and Sofranko first met as YoungArts winners, joining an elite group of past recipients.

Raise Your Glass: Adroit Meets the 2017 YoungArts Awards! [The Adroit Journal]

YoungArts is proud to announce its 2017 Winners - 691 of the nation’s most promising young artists in the literary, visual, design and performing arts.