Young at Art
Young at Art is back this spring
Save the date: March 14, 2020
- Join us for the 5th annual Young at Art expo on Saturday, March 14th, 2020 from 10 am to 2 pm at Penn State Lehigh Valley for a FREE day of family fun!
- As an expo of creative learning, Young at Art is all about experiencing the arts first hand. Children of all ages can try out instruments, participate in interactive arts activities and experience performances by their peers in every artistic discipline.
- Parents, you will witness how the arts spark your child’s imagination and have the opportunity to gather valuable information about camps, classes, and other educational offerings by local cultural organizations.
Who will be there in 2020
- Appalachian Fiddle & Bluegrass Association
- The Art Establishment
- Arts Academy Charter Middle School
- ArtsQuest’s Banana Factory Arts Center
- The Baum School of Art
- Civic Theatre of Allentown
- Community Music School
- Funtastic Faces & Body Art
- Lehigh Valley Deaf and Hard of Hearing Task Force
- Lehigh Valley Martial Arts
- Mayura Academy of Dance
- Mikayla’s Voice
- Moravian College Music Institute
- Nurture Nature Center
- Penn State Lehigh Valley
- Puertorrican Culture Preservation
- Repertory Dance Theatre
- Young People’s Philharmonic
The value of young at art
ignite your child’s imagination
- Since 2016, we have helped families find opportunities for their children to get involved in the arts. Over 800 people attend each year to meet local producers from a wide range of cultural organizations, experience unique showcases and participate in hands-on activities. Take a look!
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- “Everyone in attendance was ‘into’ the Arts and was either looking around or had a particular mission for the event. All that I spoke to were very excited to be there and could easily maneuver the exhibitor booths. The set up was also ideal as all exhibitors were easy to find.”
- “From the point we entered the door, it was non-stop enjoyment for my family. My daughter truly enjoyed visiting each vendor and while doing so, I was quite impressed on how educational each station was. My daughter was able to learn new things, while having fun. Every parent’s dream!”
- “With all the cutbacks in the schools, the ability to offer supplementary education in the arts is an important thing. I think parents are looking for things that sort of nurture their child’s creativity.” (Margie Peterson, Morning Call)