Art piece funded by YAH's Healing Arts Program made available through generous support and contributions to Young Audiences of Houston. 

program spotlight

YAH Artist Pictured: Naomi Carrier (Texas Center for African American Living History)

Our Programs

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performances

These innovative and culturally diverse programs introduce students to the arts through a balance of demonstration and student interaction through the highest quality artistry. Each performance program is aligned with the Texas state curricula and offers curriculum ties, classroom activities and discussion ideas, extension activities, program goals, objectives, vocabulary words, and teacher resources. 

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workshops

Hands-on workshops bring together individual artists to encourage students to actively discover their own artistic potential. Ideal for after school, library, or community center programs. Most workshops are product based. Each workshop is aligned with the Texas state curricula and offers curriculum ties, classroom activities and discussion ideas, extension activities, program goals, objectives, vocabulary words, and teacher resources. [LEARN MORE]

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residencies

Residencies are multiple, participatory workshops and require a minimum of 3 sequential sessions per student group, and can be expanded into semester-long projects. Residencies take place in partnership with the classroom teacher and either focus on arts-integration or the artistic process. Each residency is aligned with the Texas state curricula and offers curriculum ties, classroom activities and discussion ideas, extension activities, program goals, objectives, vocabulary words, and teacher resources. [LEARN MORE]

Our Reach

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221,935
children
184 schools in
51 school districts
2,611
programs

Our Impact

“Come and Explore camp through Young Audiences of Houston was an eye-opening experience for me as an educator. The theater aspect of camp helped our students to have a voice. It empowered them to believe in their ideas."

- Marlena Smith
Yellowstone Academy

Phone: 713.520.9267

Office: 4550 Post Oak Place, Suite 230, Houston, TX 77027

Young Audiences, Inc. of Houston © 2019