Join multi-instrumentalist Mary Kynsh on an exciting interactive musical tour. Students watch, listen and wonder as Mary takes them on a magical journey inspiring them to engage with sound discovery, musical stories, and Rhythms Around the World.
This exploration of Indigenous Meshica culture by Mexico Beyond Mariachi features stunningly captured live performance together with interactive opportunities to learn dance steps and make a rainstick out of household items.
Math is as easy as 123 when you watch, dance, and learn with teaching artist Quynn Johnson as she reads Lucky’s Tap Dancing Feet and gets your youngest learners moving, counting, and having fun!
Join Hip Hop Fundamentals in exploring how Hip Hop was created as an act of resistance and self-expression by Black youth in the Bronx. Each video includes interactive modules on two of Hip Hop’s four elements – DJing, MCing, graffiti, and dance.
Gain insight into the creative process of working with clay in this professional learning video with multidisciplinary artist Kate Sclavi.
Chinese visual and performing artist Hua Hua Zhang shares examples of shadow puppetry and shadow play for your youngest learners in this video based in her work in YA’s Creative Beginnings program for early childhood educators.
Find your inner Zen with Hector Morales as you create a Pizza Box Ocean Drum in this calming hands-on instructional video. Once you finish creating your one-of-a-kind instrument you can play along to an accompaniment created by the students at Sussex Avenue.
Join the award-winning Give & Take Jugglers in learning the basics of juggling with Allison Watman, interspersed with tales of circus artist Eric Geoffrey’s life on the road with Ringling Bros.and Barnum & Bailey Circus!
Support student social emotional learning during this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic through the ancient Japanese storytelling tradition of Kamishibai as Taikoza presents a child-friendly story and “paper play,” The Land of the Dots.
Learn about the history of South African Gum Boot Dancing and it’s impact on the creation of the African American tradition called “stepping” from YA performing artist group Soul Steps.