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Neil Patrick Harris Could Be Your New Mentor

2 June 2016 8:04 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

The National YoungArts Foundation is accepting applications now through Oct. 14 from performing, visual, literary, and design students ages 15–18. The 2017 winners will receive mentorship from world-class professionals including actor Neil Patrick Harris, dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, visual artist Jeff Koons, and others whose expertise span the 10 disciplines YoungArts focuses on: theater, dance, cinematic arts, voice, writing, visual arts, photography, classical music, jazz, and design arts. “On behalf of everyone at YoungArts, I encourage young artists from across the country to apply to our 2017 program. Last year, we received a record number of more than 12,000 applications—now, I am calling upon all parents, teachers, coaches and mentors inside and outside the classroom to support the most talented young artists in their communities, and help them take the leap from aspiring to professional artist,” said Vice President of Artistic Programs Lisa Leone in a statement. Winners are selected by a “blind adjudication process” and will be recognized as finalists, »

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