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Annual report 2006 – 2007
Report 2006-2007
Annual
Photo courtsey of Larry Gindhart
Fiscal Year 2007
INDIVIDUAL DONORS
Lead Artist
$5,000 to $9,999
Don & Linda Neel
Teaching Artist
$2,000 to $4,999
Anonymous
Mr. & Mrs. Eli Lilly, II
Mrs. Ina Mohlman
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Neale
Amy & Clay Robbins
Mark & Sandy Sifferlen
Betty & Alan Stanford
Cheryl & Jim Strain
Anna S. & James P. White
Scott & Amanda Wolfrum
Artist-In-Residence
$1,000 to $1,999
Bob & Pat Anker
Roy and Mary Cage
Young Audiences of Indiana Endowment
Fund of Legacy Fund
Mark & Charlene Canada
Bettye Dobkins
Mr. & Mrs. Don B. Earnhart
Mr. & Mrs. John Fazli
JoEllen Florio Rossebo
Richard E. Ford
Eugene & Marilyn Glick
Ms. Susan Blackwell May
Alice & Kirk McKinney
Family Fund of the Fidelity
Charitable Gift Fund
Michael & Susan Porter
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Rudesill
Alice & Bob Schloss
Kathryn & Sidney Taurel
Jeff & Colleen Webster
Steve & Phyllis West
Performing Artist
$500 to $999
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Appel
Michelle J. Bellej
Mariea Best
Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Bolin
Bob & Tish Brafford
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Broadie
Florence E. Craft Trust
Ms. Tami Earnhart
Joe & Marcia Erne
Tom & Jenny Godby
Kenneth & Krisztina Inskeep
Cliona Kennedy & Patrick Meyers
Larry & Jo Ann Lynch
Jessie & John Mills
Khaula Murtadha
Peggy & Byron Myers
Jackie Nytes & Michael O’Brien
Brent & Rene Paddock
Port-to-Port Consulting
Mark and Beth Saxen
Bill Scott
Kathleen V.P. Sharpe
Cynthia Simon Skjodt
From the President & CEO:
Young Audiences of Indiana as well as YA chapters around the country have been reflecting
on the effectiveness of arts in education programs and how they are delivered. A national
YA Use and Needs Analysis completed by Wolf Brown this year examines major changes in
cultural, demographic, and educational settings in which YA does its work. One of the trends
that emerged was a new emphasis in developing the creative capacity of young people and
forging formal and informal educational pathways to develop the individuals’ talents and
abilities. Young Audiences already approaches the arts in two ways. We value learning in
the arts as well as learning through the arts.
This philosophy is exemplified in existing programs such as Arts Partners, Summer Arts for
Youth, and Young at Arts. Two new initiatives in the planning stage this last year: Welcome
to Learning and Arts for Learning will take us deeper into experiencing the “instructive power
of the arts”.
Welcome to Learning (WTL) will be implemented in 18 IPS kindergarten classrooms starting
in January 08. Informed by experience and best practices from our Young at Arts program,
WTL will be delivered to our very young learners as a five day arts residency and parent
activity focusing on the importance of student engagement in the learning process.
YA Indiana is a test site for another new initiative, Arts for Learning (A4L). A4L Lessons is a
multi-phase literacy project targeted at grades 3-6. It starts with teacher professional
development. Basically, A4L provides teachers with instructional activities and strategies
that design arts into the curriculum to improve educational outcomes. Twelve teachers in the
Zionsville School District have participated in the training and are using the A4L framework
in their classrooms as part of a national field test.
There is a great deal more to say about YA programs this past year. Through the entire
range of programs and offerings, YA stay committed to keeping the child at the center.
Young Audiences thanks all our donors and supporters for helping us demonstrate that the
arts are a powerful force in education.
Happy New Year!
Visiting Artist
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$300 to $499
Karen O. Courtney
Diane Cruz-Burke & Craig C. Burke
Stephen E. & Mary O. DeVoe
Mr. & Mrs. Rollin M Dick
Craig & Betsy Dykstra
JoEllen Florio Rossebo
President & CEO
Program Success
New Look, New Movement!
In 2005, Young Audiences of Indiana embarked on an indepth evaluation of our organization which led to a bold five-year
strategic plan. I have
been pleased to work
with the board and
staff throughout this
process. There is
genuine enthusiasm
about taking an honest
look at our
organization, a look
at arts education
throughout Indiana, and finding out how others perceive us. As a
realist, I know there are challenges ahead: increased account- ability with reduced
education budgets and limited time and resources for administrators, teacher, and parents,
to name a few. Our strategic planning, and the current implementation process, have given
us positive insight as to who we are and how we can move forward in an innovative way.
In 2005, Young Audiences of Indiana embarked on an in-depth evaluation of our organization which led to a bold five-year strategic plan. I have been pleased to work with the board
and staff throughout this process. There is genuine enthusiasm about taking an honest look
at our organization, a look at arts education throughout Indiana, and finding out how others
perceive us. As a realist, I know there are challenges ahead: increased account- ability with
reduced education budgets and limited time and resources for administrators, teacher, and
parents, to name a few. Our strategic planning, and the current implementation process,
have given us positive insight as to who we are and how we can move forward in an
innovative way.
Thank you to our Donors
The fees charged to schools for our programs cover approximately half the actual cost of
presenting these programs in schools. These fees are subsidized by the donations of the
many individuals and groups who share our commitment to providing quality arts education programming to Indiana children. Through their generous support, Young Audiences
of Indiana is “Arts Powering Education!” If you are interested in making a donation to assist
Young Audiences in our work, please contact Joe Brubaker, Director of Development, at
317-925-4043, ext. 12 We ask that principals, teachers, parents, and children Join Young
Audiences of Indiana in thanking the following groups and individuals for their support!
Mrs. Patricia M. Florio
Marilyn Ford
Michelle Griffith
Mr. Steven Keneipp - The Classic Kitchen
Martha & Ned Lamkin
Associate Artists
$100 to $299
Prince Julius Adeniyi
Michael P. Alerding
Dorothy Alig
Mr. & Mrs. David S. Allen
Susan Babb
Ms. Sarah C. Barney
Sherry & Tom Battista
Suzanne & Charles Beard
Donald & Carla Bennett
Don & Ginger Bievenour
Suzane B. Blakeman
Dr. John C. Bloom
Donald Bogard
Jane T. Bradford; Susan & Joe Vaught
Andy, Alyson, & Alysabeth Vaught
Amanda & Lary Cartright
Amy Vaught
Adam Vaught
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Bratton
Polly Brewer
John & Cathy Bridge
Joe & GayLynn Brubaker
Jean & Jay Butler
Paige & Tim Button
Steven Campbell
Dan & Kathryn Cantor
Deborah & Jeffrey Christie
Nancy Christy
William & Elizabeth Coffey
Don & Dolly Craft
James Cunning
Marsh & Grace Davis
Kathleen Delaney & Jim Strenski
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Duffy
Caroline Gleason Dutkanych and
Andrew Dutkanych
Telene Edington & Bill Connor
Claudette & Larry Einhorn
J. Patrick Endsley
Cherryl Friedman, M.D.
Tom & Jenny Froehle
Sarah & Jim Fronczek
David & Betty Givens
Will Gould
Frances Gray & Warren Jones
Denise Halford Holder & Todd R. Holder
Ann H. Hunt
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Harris
Gene & Helene Henn
Tom & Clare Hollett
Adzooks Puppets
Mr. & Mrs. W. Seymour Holt
Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Horth
Harriet Ivey & Richard Brashear
Peter P. Jacobi
Howard & Patsy Jansen
John & Liz Jenkins
Bob & Rhonda Kaspar
Kenneth A. Kesler
Laura Jean King
Tibor Klopfer & Shawna Frazer-Klopfer
Charles E. Lanham
Gene & Carolyn Lausch
R. Dale & Phyllis S. Lentz
John Leppert
Dr. & Mrs. Jon E. Lewis
Senator Teresa Lubbers
Don & Chris Lundberg
John & Barbara Mac Dougall
Julie Manning Magid & Terren B. Magid
Dean & Eleanor Maglinte
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Arts4Learning
Allan & Debi Marple
Todd & Lisa Mattingly
Marian Meditch
Elizabeth Moore
Jim & Jackie Morris
Judith B. Murphy
Ralph G. Nowak
Jane & Andrew Paine
Dorit & Gerald Paul
Diane & Hud Pfeiffer
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Reilly, Jr.
Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth Renkens
Jean & Lamar Richcreek
Timothy J. Riffle
David & Kathie Riley
Nanette & Merrill Ritter
Peter & Janet Robash
Mr. & Mrs. Randall D. Rogers
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Rosebrough
Steven Ross
Chris Rossebo & Dr. Audry Krause
Mrs. Dorothy Rossebo
Mark D. Sander
Jane & Fred Schlegel
Anna M. Schneider
Joan Schneider
Dallas & Phyllis Schnitzius
Mary Jane & Bill Schofield
John & Jody Schumm
Dr. & Mrs. Gene E. Sease
Larry & Adrian Selig
Dr. & Mrs. Robert F. Sieck
Elizabeth Smith & James Ganey
Michael L. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. H. A. Smitson, Jr.
Herb Spier
Mrs. Samuel Reid Sutphin
Richard Swanson
Ann & Mark Varnau
Kenneth & Sandra Whisman
Terrence & Arlene White
Norma L. Winkler
Sandra & David Young
Sally & Mark Zelonis
Auditioning Artist
3
$50 to $99
David Andrichik
Jackie Beidelman
Dick & Joyce Bender
Pamela J. Bennett
Alice Berkowitz
Anonymous
Glen & Jeanne Bohannon
Karen Lindig & Gary Bond
Wendy Boyle
Jane Bridgins
Michael & Constance Buran
Lorene Burkhart
Sam & Ruth Chernin
Joyce Click
Larry & Becky Davis
Ben and Holly Day
Carolyn M. Dederer
Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Dennerline
Peggy G. Drew
Nancy Dunn
Jack & Carolyn Eaton
Reba Ericksen
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel FitzGibbon
Joan & BIll Gardiner
Katie & Larry Gigerich
Dr. & Mrs. Richard L. Gilmor
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Green
Flo Greenburg
Janet Guest
Dick & Sherry Hamstra
Robin & Debra Helmuth
Ann Hinson
Arts4Learning Lessons!
Young Audiences artists have stunning impact on students everyday.
At Young Audiences, our position is
that the enthusiasm and instructive
power of the arts can and must be
deeply incorporated into the daily
educational process. We provide
teachers with instructional activities
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and strategies that design arts into
the curriculum to vastly improve educational outcomes, and to prevent
American children from falling further behind students in dozens of other countries in literacy and numeracy.
Arts4Learning
superior gains. Twice
the
gains in story comprehension.
Four times the gains
in understanding “author’s
choice,” including vocabulary
and details. Six
times the
gains in using “visualization.”
Five times the gains in
understanding story elements,
including the central problem and the relationship of story events to it.
Significantly higher levels of engagement in
their class work.
Keep in mind that these results were obtained
not by artists/specialists, but by regular
elementary school teachers instructed in the
administration of the Lessons. There is much
more to say about Arts4Learning Lessons,
but of critical importance is this: this program
works because the arts are integral to its
design, not an add-on or spillover.
Until now, the effect of the arts
on students has been difficult to
quantify. Arts4Learning
(A4L) is a program that measurably proves our premise. A4L
is a literacy project targeted at
grades 3-6. It fully integrates
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state-of-the-art literacy (based on
principles outlined in “How People Learn,” developed by a National Research
Council team led by Dr. John
Bransford) with highly motivating opportunities for creative
expression and reflection
through the arts. In the first
field test of the Lessons, an
independent study found that,
versus a comparison control
group, Arts4Learning students
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district showed
Donor Report for Fiscal Year 2006: Contributions Received from July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007
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For more on Arts4Learning Lesson contact the
Young Audiences of Indiana office.
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David Hochoy
David & Melli Hoppe
Elsa M. Hubert
Ms. Joan Hudson
Carl Hungerford
Dr. & Mrs. John E. Kalsbeck
Kymberly Kramer
Heather Melissa Ann Kulwin
Gerry & Sue LaFollettee
Alan & Mary Levin
Tamara Loewenthal & Jamie Gans
Carole Longardner
Betti Lurie
Mike & Valerie MacLean
Kathleen Mc Carthy
Edward & Carolyn McClure
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph W. McCormick
Katie McKinney
Bob & Elly McNamara
Liz Monnier
Bob & Beth Niedermeyer
Ploi Pagdalian
Andy M. Palm
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Pauloski
Allen Pekar
John Pickett
Glen & Susan Pratt
Mary Fatout Proctor
Jean & Dick Quinn
Dr. & Mrs. George F. Rapp
Fredrick & Ellen Rice
Patti Haney Richey
Robert Sander & Nancy Barton
Rod & Anne Scheele
Lorraine C. Schlechte
Ronald & Mary Schuster
Molly Anderson Shane
L. Michael & Mary Sifferlen
Heather McPherson & Malcolm W. Smith
Tharp-Perrin Gindhart Artists
Frank & Anne Throop
James & Christine Torke
Pat & Beverly Van Valer
Carol & Charles Ward
Marie & David Warshauer
Wilbert & Lyvonne Washington
L. Alan & Elizabeth Whaley
Barbara Wilder
Mary Anne Winslow
Joan & Walter Wolf
Special Gifts
In Honor of the Birthday of
Ann V. Turner
Jane T. Bradford
Susan & Joe Vaught
Andy, Alyson, & Alysabeth Vaught
Amanda & Lary Cartright
Amy Vaught
Adam Vaught
In Honor of the Birth of Asher Earnhart
In Honor of the Birth of Jane Paddock
In Honor of Anna White
In Memory of Margaret Emery
In Memory of Margaret Emery
In Memory of Margaret Emery
In Honor of Ann E. Surina
In Honor of Susan May
Cheryl & Jim Strain
Cheryl & Jim Strain
Bob & Elly McNamara
Mary Jane & Bill Schofield
Alpha Theta Chapter
Delta Kappa Gamma
John & Barbara Burkhardt
Jo An Hudson
Judity Culpepper
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YAI Staff/Board of Directors
$10,000 and up
BAA Indianapolis LLC
Arts Council of Indianapolis
Christel DeHaan Family Foundation
City of Indianapolis,
Office of Metropolitan Development
Allen Whitehill Clowes
Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Eli Lilly and Company Foundation
Indiana Arts Commission
IU Medical Group
Noblesville Community Fund,
a fund of Legacy Fund Community
Foundation and Legacy Fund
Lilly Endowment Inc.
Ruth Lilly
Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr., Memorial
Foundation, Inc.
Sheila Fortune Foundation
The F.R. Hensel Fund for Fine Arts,
Music & Education,
a fund of The Indianapolis Foundation
Young Audiences, Inc.
Sandra Cha Sifferlen,
Eli Lilly and Company
Joe Erne, Vice Chair
MSD of Washington Township
Michael E. Porter, Treasurer
Ernst & Young LLP
Kathy Sharpe, Secretary
MSD of Pike Township
Michelle Bellej
Simon Property Group
Desma Belsaas
Schmidt Associates
Silver Benefactors
$5,000 to $9,999
Ayres Foundation, Inc.
Junior League of Indianapolis Trust Fund
Pacers Foundation, Inc.
PeyBack Foundation
The Sallie Mae Fund of
The Community Foundation for the
National Capital Region
The Starbucks Foundation
Verizon Wireless
Bronze Benefactors
$2,500 to $4,999
Arthur Jordan Foundation
Celadon Trucking Services
Herff Jones, Inc.
Rotary Foundation of Indianapolis
Benefactors
$1,000 to $2,499
Bose, McKinney & Evans LLP
Cathedral Women Christ Church
Cathedral
Downtown Optimist Foundation
A. G. Edwards
Gregory & Appel Foundation
Health and Hospital Corporation of
Marion County
The Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC
Lumina Foundation for Education
The Penrod Society
Trinity Episcopal Church
Sponsors
$500 to $999
The Brooks Trust, Reed E. Bobrick &
Steven L. Tuchman, Co-Trustees
Citizens Gas & Coke Utility
Craig Fouts
Kappa Kappa Inc.
Crooked Creek, Epsilon Sigma Chapter
Sam’s Club Foundation
USA Funds
Young & Laramore
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Steven Campbell
City of Indianapolis
Mark Canada
Krieg, DeVault, Alexander &
Capehart
Karen Courtney
BSA LifeStructure
Staff
JoEllen Florio Rossebo,
President & CEO
[email protected]
Sharon Atteberry,
Assistant Program Director
[email protected]
Kathy Baumann,
Controller
[email protected]
Shalom Black,
Director of Community Programs
[email protected]
Mary Jo Dare
IUPUI
Tami Earnhart
Ice Miller
Denise Halford Holder
A.G. Edwards & Sons
Private Client Group
Steven D. Keneipp
Classic Kitchen Restaurant
Susan Massela
Simon Property Group
Jessie Mills
International Center of Indianapolis
Khaula Murtadha
Indiana University School of
Education
Donald Neel
Health Network International
Brent Paddock
National City Bank
Joan Schneider
Counselor
Joe Brubaker,
Director of Development
[email protected]
Diantha Daniels,
Director of Artist Programs
[email protected]
Laura Friesen,
Arts Partners Director
[email protected]
Theresa Joyce,
Director of Public Relations
[email protected]
Len Mozzi,
Director of the Institute for
Artful Teaching
[email protected]
Cheryl Strain
Community Volunteer
Jeff Webster
Gregory & Appel Insurance
Lynaire White
IU Medical Group
Individuals
2%
Program Revenue 21%
Corporations
3%
Interest Income 2%
Fundraising
Events 1%
In Kind
Government 18%
6%
Susan May
American Health Network
William R. Neale
Krieg, DeVault, Alexander, &
Capehart
2006-2007 Financial Summary*
Total Revenue & Support:
$1,772,711
Total Expenses:
$1,515,282
Change in Net Assets:
Total Audience Size Statewide:
200,809
Counties Served in Indiana:
Ploi Pagdalian,
Director of Programs &
Early Childhood
[email protected]
49 (counties served in blue)
Schools Served in Indiana:
279
Beth Schnepf,
Director of Marketing &
Advancement
[email protected]
Community Centers, Libraries, etc. Served:
61
Total Number of Artists Residencies, Workshops, and Performances Given:
4,033
Cassandra Thomas,
Arts Programming Sales Manager
[email protected]
Number of Different Professional Artists Programs Available from
Young Audiences of Indiana:
200+
Angela Yetter,
Scheduling Coordinator
[email protected]
3921 North Meridian Street, Suite 210 | Indianapolis, IN 46208-4011
p: 317/925-4043
f:317-925-0654 e: offi[email protected]
www.yaindy.org
$98,669
Complete financial information available upon request.
2006-2007 Statistics
Young Audiences of Indiana
Program Revenue 70%
Fundraising &
Promotion 13%
Executive Director Emeritus
Anna S. White
$100 to $299
GRADEX, INC.
M.J. Schuetz Agency, Inc., #2
The Indiana Youth Institute
Corporations Providing
Matching Funds for
Individual Donations
AT&T Foundation
Eli Lilly and Company Foundation
Lumina Foundation for Education
USA Funds
Administration
17%
Directors Emeritus
R. Robert Brafford
Ernst & Young LLP
Supporters
Foundations &
Civic 47%
Betty Stanford
Organization Development
Consultant
Expenses
Gold Benefactors
2006-2007 BOD
Income
CORPORATE DONORS
Financials
Average number of YA artists programs reaching children on any given day:
Contributed Goods
And Services
14 West
Agio Restaurant & Bar
Alerding & Co. L.L.C.
Mac Bellner
The Best Chocolate in Town
Blondie’s Cookies, Inc.
Breadsmith
Butler University
Canterbury Hotel
Conrad Hotel
Deano’s Restaurant & Wine Bar
DeBrand’s Chocolate
DINE Magazine
Endangered Species Chocolate Co.
Ghyslain Chocolatier, Inc.
Godiva Chocolatier
Good’s Candy Shop
Great Harvest Bread Company
Hamilton Restaurant
Dave Hepler
Hershey
Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis Woman
Ivy Tech State College
Kahn’s Fine Wine & Marketplace
Mr. Steven Keneipp - The Classic Kitchen
Ms. Leslie Krom Selden
Deborah Langerman
Taylor Martin, Magician
Matteo’s Ristorante Italiano
McCormick & Schmick’s
McNamara
Omni Hotel
Palomino
Peterson’s
Steve Pollitt
Printing Partners
Puck’s at the IMA
Rene’s Bakery, Inc.
Ruth’s Chris
Scholars Inn
The South Bend Chocolate Co.
three-sixty group
University Place Conference Center &
Hotel at IUPUI
Urban Times
Valrhona
WFYI
WXIN FOX 59/WTTV
CW4
11
With
Support
From:
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Vision Statement
Young Audiences of Indiana is the voice of arts in education in Indiana. We shape opinion, convene resources,
provide programming, and work collaboratively with others to make the arts a part of every child’s life and assure a
sig-nificant presence for the arts in every educational envi-ronment.
Mission Statement:
Young Audiences of Indiana empowers children to achieve their creative and
intellectual potential through arts in education.
Young Audiences of Indiana
3921 North Meridian Street, Suite 210
Indianapolis, IN 46208-4011
p: 317.925.4043 | f: 317-925-0654
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