Baby Artsplay! at NOMA
Instill a love of art at a young age through a guided, hands-on gallery experience. Young Audiences Wolf Trap teaching artists will present a series of 6 workshops for caregivers and children ages 0-3. Learn how to integrate music, movement, and drama into everyday playtime to foster children’s developmental growth.
Saturdays at 10:30 am
This free 6-part workshop series provides engaging arts based activities designed to instruct caregivers on how to use the arts at home to promote early learning.
New Orleans Museum of Art is excited to announce the Summer session of Young Audiences Baby Artsplay!™ Presented by The Helis Foundation.
This free 6-part workshop series provides engaging arts-based activities designed to instruct caregivers on how to use the arts at home to promote early learning.
May 19 | Workshop 1 – My 5 Senses (sensory play)
May 26 | Workshop 2 – Baby Says…(language development)
June 2 | Workshop 3 – My Body (learning body parts)
June 9 | Workshop 4 – Let’s Move! (movement)
June 16 | Re-scheduled to June 30
June 23 | Workshop 5 – Get Your Motor Running (motor skills)
June 30 | Workshop 6- Up, Down & All Around (spatial awareness)
Space is limited. Register today: www.yabap.eventbrite.com
Ideal for ages 0-3.
Contact email@example.com or 504-658-4128 if you have any questions.
About Young Audiences
For over 50 years, Young Audiences of Louisiana has operated arts in education programs that promote academic excellence and social growth through the arts. Studies have shown that students enrolled in Young Audiences programs outperformed their peers on standardized tests, exhibited fewer disciplinary issues, and had increased school attendance.
About Wolf Trap Institute
Young Audiences / Louisiana Wolf Trap has been an affiliate of The Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts since 2010. The Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts, a program of the Wolf Trap Foundation, was established in 1981 under a grant from the Head Start Bureau of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services serving children birth through kindergarten. The goal of the Institute is to provide early childhood educators with professional development training in the use of performing arts techniques within educational curriculum goals and outcomes for young children. The infusion of arts-based techniques into daily routines provides powerful teaching strategies that can be used to enhance all areas of development, including emergent literacy, self-esteem and socialization, problem solving, receptive and expressive language, motor skills and self-regulation, science and math, conceptualization, and creativity, in order to provide a solid foundation for all future learning.