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YoungArts alumni return to inspire new generations of artists [Miami Herald]

While YoungArts alumni have long played a role as teachers and adjudicators on the panels that select the winners, in recent years the foundation has focused on bringing more of its graduates back to the fold as instructors, as well as in other ways.

YoungArts through the Lens of the Future [Miami Design District]

National YoungArts Foundation promotes YoungArts Week—a week that has been happening for the past 35 years—as a life-changing experience.

A Week of YoungArts [Miami Herald]

Miami-based National YoungArts Foundation kicks off its 35th year with its annual YoungArts Week, January 3-10.

One stars, one shines in his own way [The Journal News]

Audiences at a national competition in Miami are about to learn what James McCarthy’s kid brother, Stephen, has known his whole life: The Pleasantville High School senior sure can sing.

35 años de inspiración [Selecta Magazine]

La fundación YoungArts celebrará su 35 aniversario recibiendo en Miami a los casi 170 finalistas de su programa insignia, quienes trabajaran con maestros y mentores como Tarell McCraney, Joan Morgan, Sara Lamb, Jose Parla entre otros reconocidos artistas de diversas disciplinas.

Young Lake Bluff Writer Wins National Honors [Chicago Tribune]

Olivia M. Alger of Lake Bluff, who studies at the Interlochen Arts Academy, has been named a 2016 National YoungArts Foundation finalist in creative writing.

Natural beauty is not valued…and it’s melting [Financial Times]

'Stones against Diamonds' is presented by the Rolls-Royce Arts Programme in partnership with the National YoungArts Foundation.

In Miami, artist chalks up the ‘Future’ []

Between Art Basel Miami Beach and the crush of satellite fairs, countless art installations will compete for your attention next week.

Arcadia senior receives award for composition [Pasadena Star-News]

Arcadia High School senior Paul Mekailian’s classical music composition has earned him an award from the National YoungArts Foundation.

2016 YoungArts winners chosen [Miami Herald]

The Miami-based National YoungArts Foundation has chosen its 2016 winners from a pool of more than 12,000 applicants.

YoungArts Miami presented an evening of macabre music and culinary treats on Halloween [Knight Blog]

There is so much classical material relating to witches, witchcraft, magic and terror that it would be a shame not to take advantage of it on Halloween.