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Young Audiences of Louisiana Baby Artsplay! at NOMA

Sat, June 4th at 10:30 AM

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An event every week that begins at 10:30 AM on Saturday, repeating until Sat, July 9th, 2022

A child holds a magnifying glass and looks at a red flower

Young Audiences of Louisiana (YALA) presents a free six-part workshop series for children ages 12–24 months and their caregivers—inspired by works on view at NOMA!

In person at the museum, YALA’s workshops provide engaging arts-based activities designed to instruct caregivers on how to use the arts at home to promote early learning. Lessons are conducted by certified Louisiana Wolf Trap Teaching Artists, who have expertly crafted multi-sensory experiences that foster children’s natural curiosity for learning.

Baby Artsplay!: Little Helpers

June 4 | Oh, What a Feeling! (Emotional Development) — Register Now
June 11 | Hello, Friend… (Social Skills) — Register Now
June 18 | Express Yourself (Early Language) — Register Now
June 25 | Tiny Motor Scooters (Fine Motor Skills) — Register Now
July 2 | Baby Balancing Acts (Bilateral Integration) — Register Now
July 9 | Tiny Household Helpers (Multiple Development Areas — Register Now

Each workshop is free with advanced registration, thanks to support from The Helis Foundation.


About Young Audiences of Louisiana

Young Audiences of Louisiana (YALA) is the leading provider of arts education and integration programs in the state of Louisiana. Founded in 1962 to bring chamber musicians into local classrooms, YALA has adapted and evolved to meet the ever-changing needs of youth throughout the state through its mission of “inspiring, empowering, and uniting children and communities through education, arts, and culture.” YALA offers a comprehensive and creative approach to educating young minds. Fortified with years of experience, YALA draws upon New Orleans’s strong arts culture to provide young people with tools to impact their worlds using art. Through school performances, arts-integrated residencies, extended learning programs and community workshops YALA not only impacts the children of New Orleans, but makes intentional contact with the influential adults in their lives.

About Wolf Trap

Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts is a recognized leader in early childhood arts-integrated learning and instruction. Wolf Trap Institute is scaled nationally, with 17 affiliated organizations and numerous partners in 30 states that deliver arts-integrated education experiences to 60,000 teachers, parents/caregivers, and students annually. Young Audiences of Louisiana is the Louisiana Affiliate of Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts.

About The Helis Foundation

The Helis Foundation is a Louisiana private foundation, established and funded by the William Helis Family. The Art Funds of The Helis Foundation advance access to the arts for the community through contributions that sustain operations for, provide free admission to, acquire works of art, and underwrite major exhibitions and projects of institutions within the Greater New Orleans area.

Details

Date:
Sat, June 4th
Time:
10:30 AM
Event Category:

Venue

New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins Diboll Circle
New Orleans, LA, 70119
Phone:
504.658.4100