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Youth Arts Summit [12/4/22]
Youth Art Exchange presents Harvesting Your Roots: The 12th Annual San Francisco Youth Arts Summit, a celebration of young artists and their vibrant contributions to the creative and cultural fabric of San Francisco.
The San Francisco Youth Arts Summit, a project facilitated by Youth Art Exchange, is an annual gathering of young artists and arts educators, and the only event of its kind in the Bay Area. The Youth Arts Summit takes place on Sunday, December 4th from 12-5pm at California College of the Arts with exhibitions, performances, and workshops.
Gallery Viewing + Interactive Tabling: 12-5pm
Film Screenings: 12-5pm, starts at top of each hour
Teaching Artists and Power with Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sánchez of Youth Art Exchange
Artivate with Amy Berk of City Studio
Design Your Career Panel organized by Youth Art Exchange with a wide range of guest panelists from various creative sectors
Portfolio Review Workshop with California College of the Arts
The Summit features a series of Professional Development opportunities, panel conversations and intergenerational workshops co-presented with the Arts Education Alliance of the Bay Area (AEABA)- some geared towards youth, some geared towards teaching artists and arts education professionals, and some are designed to be intergenerational.
In bringing together young artists from across the Bay Area, the Youth Arts Summit represents the next generation’s most innovative artists, filmmakers, architects, musicians, performers, and writers.
The Youth Arts Summit is made possible with support from: Arts Education Alliance of the Bay Area (AEABA); California College of the Arts; Kaiser Permanente; Lick-Wilmerding High School, Where Art Lives
Participating Organizations include: 826 Valencia; BAYCAT; BLICK Art Materials, Create CA; City Arts and Leadership A; City Studio; de Young Museum; First Exposures; Industrial Design Outreach; James Baldwin Academy; Lick-Wilmerding High School; Pablo Ramirez Foundation; Performing Arts Workshop; Ruth Asawa School of the Arts; Root Division; RYSE Center; Southern Exposure; Teaching Artists Guild; The Mix at SFPL; Today’s Future Sound; Where Art Lives; and more!
Proof of Vaccination & Masking Requirement: Per CCA campus policies, all presenters and attending participants are required to show proof of full vaccination plus (1) booster for COVID-19. All attendees and participants, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask at all times with the exception of when eating or drinking.
Please contact Sofia Vivanco Airaghi at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to request a medical waiver.