Teacher, dancer, maker-of-happenings and opportunities: Subashini Ganesan has the rare ability to juggle 100 projects without ever forgetting to smile, say hello, and ask how you are doing. As a teaching artist, Suba has worked with Young Audiences since 2010, presenting residencies on her own and performances through her company Natya Leela Academy. If you haven’t had the chance to see Suba in action, catch her newest performance this weekend on June 13 at PSU’s Lincoln Hall (read on for more!). What is your art practice outside of teaching? I am the Artistic Director of Natya Leela Academy where I choreograph contemporary works to express the universal emotional depths present in South Indian Classical Dance. My works have been showcased at local and regional festivals including …(continue)
Who We Are
Arts and Education programming is the heart of Young Audiences’ service to the community, bringing artists and teachers together to ensure the arts are an integral part of our children’s educational experience.
Students actively participate in music, drama, visual arts, dance and literary arts through Residencies, Performances, Workshops and Family Arts Nights.
These programs celebrate, teach and open worlds of expression, helping students cultivate essential knowledge and skills necessary for success in the 21st century— imagination, creativity, self-direction, flexibility and appreciation of diversity and teamwork.