tag: Music Production

Sage Young

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“Unreasonable Suspicion” and “Tribute to Trayvon Martin” Accepted to Social Justice Film Festival

More success for Academy filmmakers and musicians! Unreasonable Suspicion and the "Tribute to Trayvon Martin" music video have both been selected for the Youth Visions Competition at the Social Justice Film Festival in Seattle, WA from Oct 10-13, 2013! Tribute to Trayvon Martin Music Video from Urban Arts Partnership on Vimeo. Continue reading ›

Sage Young

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Summer Academy Highlights

Through heat waves and epic thunderstorms, creativity and collaboration prevailed! The Summer Academy was an intensive experience where over 100 new and returning high school students engaged in 4 weeks of summer programming.  Students met for 3 weeks in five art-form specific classes and capped off the summer in a cross-discipline week-long Adobe Youth Voices Film ... Continue reading ›

Delia Denson

Delia Denson

Communications Coordinator

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This Week: Urban Arts Educators Featured in The New York Times, The Nation, and Americans for the Arts

Behind our exceptional students is a vibrant and engaged group of teaching artists and program staff, who not only inspire Urban Arts youth daily, but are also respected education reform specialists and acclaimed socially-conscious artists. Members of the UAP team were recently featured in publications The Nation, The New York Times, and the Americans for the ... Continue reading ›

Delia Denson

Delia Denson

Communications Coordinator

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The 10th Anniversary of 24 Hour Plays on Broadway Press Roundup

Montblanc Presents The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway Benefit – 10th Anniversary Show! On Monday, November 14th, Urban Arts Partnership celebrated the 10th Anniversary of The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway with another one-night-only theatrical and musical performance. Executive Director Philip Courtney, President and CEO of Montblanc North America, and Production Director of The 24 Hour Company Philip Naude ... Continue reading ›