Regional Programs

During YoungArts' regional programs, winners have the chance to particiapte in a multi-day, immersive learning experience as well as share their talents with the public through multidisciplinary performances, film screenings, and arts exhibitions. This full-time, residential program, offers participants to work in group classroom style, studio, and rehearsal settings. They engage in career and discipline specific learning dialogues, and participate in public performances or exhibition showings of their work.
 

YoungArts Miami

During YoungArts Miami, the intensive week includes interdisciplinary workshops, seminars and master classes with accomplished leaders in their fields such as award-winning American theatre and opera director Anne Bogart; violinist, composer, arranger, producer and conductor Ralph Ferris; dancer, choreographer, and Florida State University professor Geri Houlihan; poet and performance artist Roger Bonair-Agard; American fashion and fine art photographer and video artist Claire Rosen among others. The promising young artists will also have the chance to share their talents with the public through multidisciplinary performances, writers’ readings, a cinematic arts screening and a visual arts exhibition on the YoungArts Campus and at the Miami Theater Center.

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YoungArts New York

During YoungArts New York, the intensive week includes interdisciplinary workshops, seminars and master classes with accomplished leaders in their fields such as Derrick Adams, Carla Dirlikov Canales, Joan Lader, Joan Morgan, Adesola Osakalumi, Sir Salman Rushdie, and Conrad Tao, among others. The promising young artists will also have the chance to share their talents with the public through multidisciplinary performances, writers’ readings, a cinematic arts screening and a visual arts exhibition at Sotheby's and the Baryshnikov Arts Center..


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YoungArts Los Angeles

During YoungArts Los Angeles, the intensive week includes interdisciplinary workshops and concentrated master classes with accomplished masters in their field, such as choreographer, director and three-time Emmy Award winning actress Debbie Allen; Transparent producer Joan Scheckel; celebrated choreographer John Heginbotham; acclaimed composer and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain; Los Angeles Philharmonic violinist Vijay Gupta; visual artist Edward Arceneaux; BODYTRAFFIC Artistic director Lillian Barbeito; design duo the Haas Brothers; and the award-winning independent filmmaking duo of Nancy Savoca and Rich Guay. The promising young artists will also have the chance to share their talents with the public through multidisciplinary performances, writers’ readings, a cinematic arts screening and a visual arts exhibition at Building Bridges Art Exchange and CAP UCLA.

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