During the Summer Season enjoy live music, cultural stories, literacy fun, visual arts and dance every Friday with South Florida Chamber Ensemble at Young At Art!
Join Young At Art (YAA) for some music and literacy fun as you sing, dance and color along with South Florida Chamber Ensemble (SFCE). The iLUMA (Inter-generational Literacy Using Music and Art) performance is an arts integration program created by SFCE.
July 9 program is Guarani in celebration of Rainforest Day with a story about the indigenous tribe of Brazil, the Guarani with bossa nova music by Antonio Carlos Jobim. Make your own Guarani takuapu and play along with the musicians. Then learn and dance the Brazilian samba to live music!
July 16 program is The Fire Makers for Western Australia Day, we have an aboriginal Australian story of how fire came to the island. Make boomerang clapsticks and play along with the SFCE in aboriginal music.
July 23 program is Aggayu and Shango a Yoruba tale about a man searching for his long-lost son. Help us tell the story by creating sound effects then learn and dance a high energy African dance.
July 30 program is Aladdin, learn about Persian culture through the story of Aladdin, with Orientalist music by Danish composer Carl Nielsen. Make your own fez hat and learn 3 steps to a traditional Persian dance.
August 6 program is Turandot, this Chinese tale tells the story of a princess who reluctantly falls in love, with traditional folk music from China. Make a Chinese hat and use it to do the Chinese Hat Dance.
SFCE has partnered with YAA for 4 years providing free music and literacy concerts to children and families in YAA’s Community Initiatives, primarily Art REACH for children experiencing homelessness.
The South Florida Chamber Ensemble (SFCE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of South Florida residents through music. The group formed in 2011 when the Art Trio and the New York Wind Trio merged. The vision of the ensemble is to use music as a catalyst for change with respect to education, social justice, economic equality, and health and healing.
Free with all day admission to Young At Art. Admission to the YAA NOW Gallery at Westfield is $8 for Adults and Children above the age of 2.
Young At Art has moved and is now open at our new location in Westfield Broward, conveniently located at the corner of South University Drive and West Broward Boulevard. Closest entry is at the far north east side of the mall, north of Buffalo Wild Wings and the circular fountain. Within the mall Young At Art Museum’s new YAA NOW Gallery is located across from Paul Mitchell the School and next to LensCrafters.