Last month, 18-year-old Cornelius Tulloch visited the nation’s capital for the first time.
Summer party season kicked off with the 18th installment of the ever-intriguing Power Ball
At least three Indian American and South Asian American high school seniors were named among the 15 Milken Scholars for 2016.
The 18 talented dancers are a diverse bunch ethnically and geographically, with 11 states, Canada and Mexico represented.
Born to Haitian parents and raised in Miami's melting pot, 18-year-old artist Nadia Wolff has come of age in a cultural milieu.
The annual program by the National YoungArts Foundation—which helps affirm and nurture performers’ exceptional talents—could be a serious launchpad for your future
They all had long roads toward becoming scholars, paved with plenty of hard work, incredible mentors, and a passion for their art
In their teenage years, creative minds start to think about their future—and what to do for a living.
Max Mara put on its dancing shoes this spring when the Italian fashion house hosted a performance at its store in the Design District.
For Arquitectonica's inaugural program at YoungArts Miami, nearly a dozen South Florida high school students were given six hours to produce drawings and models
Three Miami students — Cornelius Tulloch, Nadia Wolff and Diana Eusebio — also have been awarded the title of Presidential Scholars in the Arts and will be honored in Washington, DC, on June 20.
The final tab for a college arts education can leave your head spinning, so why not take the edge off with as many performing arts scholarships as possible?