To do that, we’ve implemented ArtLab, our innovative and intentional long-term arts internship for youth from historically marginalized communities.
In ArtLab, we connect youth and artists with the resources they need to be successful, and our 11 year 97% on-time high school graduation rate is proof that our program works.
I would have been a high school drop out if it wasn’t for ArtLab.
Yonis, ArtLab Graduate
Tuesday Feb 25th 6-8pm
Join us for a night of discussion about gendered spaces with local sex therapist, Grace Ballard and international artist, Paloma Ayala.
The Artist Residency program is open to artists in all genres. Applications from established professional artists, emerging artists, and graduate students are welcome. We encourage local, national, and international artists to apply. Artistic excellence, merit, and creative ways for interacting with youth and the public in issues of social change and justice are important criteria in the selection process.
Visit our Apply For a Residency page for more information!
Artlab is a long term, paid, after school internship for high school students who work side by side with professional artists to create 3-5 public art exhibitions per year. With the opportunity to work with a variety of artists, students are exposed to diverse genres such as sculpture, painting, theater, filmmaking, street art, choreography, music, photography, poetry and more. Youth create and present major artistic works relating to issues in their lives and communities. Students are also provided personalized planning support to reach their goals after high school. ArtLab students are offered academic support and post secondary mentorship.