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?
The National YoungArts Foundation is accepting applications now through Oct. 14 from performing, visual, literary, and design students ages 15–18.
If you know a talented visual, literary, design or performing artist between the ages of 15-18, encourage them to apply to YoungArts.
Letty Bassart, directora de Programación de la organización National Youngarts Foundation, habla de su iniciativa para incentivar a jóvenes a desarrollar habilidades