“The Emerging Leaders Buffalo institute gave me concrete tools to inspire myself and those around me. I better understand my colleagues and myself, have more time to create, and enjoy work more simply by focusing my teams strengths and implementing strategies to utilize those strengths. Bravo, Buffalo Institute!” – Brendan Fitzgerald Music Educator, Canisius High… Read more »
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Young Audiences Arts for Learning and Young Audiences of Western New York are launching the first ever Buffalo Emerging Leaders Institute. When: July 13-16, 2014 Where: Cultural institutions in Buffalo, NY Eligibility: 25 emerging leaders in the arts from across New York State Fees: $100 (Buffalo Institute Presenting Partners & Young Audiences partners, Arts Partners… Read more »
Excellent communication abilities are one of today’s most highly valued skill sets. You can practice and improve your communication if you are 8 or 88!
Robin Hibbert and Alassane Saar of Le Ballet Touba present this rousing performance of African Music and Dance.
Music is a universal language, but what does that really mean? Students join in the performance with musicians who have traveled across the world. This program is all about communication through music.
Sarah Haykel provides a salsa dance workshop integrating character education into an exciting dance lesson. The artist imparts her infectious enthusiasm for dance while correlating it to life skills.
A spoken word performance of original, personal poetry and stories by an award-winning playwrite and poet.
A solo Hip-Hop musical performance and love poem. The artist illustrates her relationship with the women who raised her, based on childhood memories and the voices of three generations of mothers.
Experienced art educator and yoga teacher Jen Russo will lead teachers through a fun and physical process that will culminate with a Mandala Painting.
Students learn about the basic elements of music through traditional rhythms, based on the age-old concept, “if you can say it, you can play it.”