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Featured Artist: Sarah Nagy

by October 29, 2012 » Add the first comment.

A near native of Portland (born in Michigan but in Oregon since age 2), Sarah Nagy‘s work as an independent filmmaker has been shown in festivals around the world, broadcast on PBS, and presented locally as part of PICA‘s Tiny TBA (TBA Festival for the junior set). She was graced with a “Best Narrative” award […]

Featured Artist: Will Hornyak

by October 22, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Storyteller Will Hornyak, 2004 Sunburst Artist of the Year, has been a staple on our artist roster since 1996, and is this week’s featured artist. Hailing from San Carlos, CA, Will now makes his way in the world teaching through Young Audiences and others, performing at events, and sharing his talents with festival and groups […]

Featured Artist: Andy Furgeson aka Red Yarn

by October 15, 2012 » Add the first comment.

This week’s featured artist is none other than Andy Furgeson, aka Red Yarn: a one man (and sometimes band) of music, puppets, and forest creatures fun. An Austin, TX native and YA Roster artist since March 2011, this fall Red Yarn went full time as a teaching artist and can be found performing at schools, […]

Featured Artist: Lisa Rosalie Eisenberg

by October 8, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Just in case you forgot (not that you possibly could) Young Audiences has an incredible roster of teaching artists working in all sorts of media. Each week we will feature a different artist here on our blog and over on our Facebook page. Our first featured artist is (drumroll please…) cartoonist, illustrator, and comics maven […]

All Things Run For The Arts

by October 2, 2012 » Add the first comment.

School has started, Fall is upon us and the weather here in Portland has been magnificent!  I’ve been in Portland for nearly 20 years (yikes!) and this is the best summer weather I’ve ever seen.  Not to jinx things, but when it starts raining, I hope it’s not until November.  And here’s why… October is […]