November 5, 2013
Out of Site presents The Future Is Here, the third annual San Francisco Youth Arts Summit, on Saturday, December 14, at SOMArts Cultural Center.
This year’s Creative Impact celebration will take place on Friday, September 13, 5:30–7 p.m., at the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA), to coincide with Friday Nights @ OMCA, the museum’s weekly family-friendly take on a festive night market featuring live music, art activities, gourmet food trucks, and more.
Join the SFAC and YMCA Bayview for a community night celebration on Friday, May 17th from 5-7pm as we celebrate our third year of Where Art Lives youth art programming. What else? The YMCA will share information about their summer youth program options, free food and drinks for all, and music/dance performance by Zulu Nation of Oakland.
This week in Washington DC, at the Arts Education Partnership’s National Forum Spotlight: Educating the Next America, the California Alliance for Arts Education (CAAE) releases a new white paper, A Policy Pathway: Embracing Arts Education to Achieve Title I Goals.
Martin Luther McCoy teaches song writing to Bay Area youth.
The San Francisco Arts Commission takes the message of the arts as an essential part of a well-rounded education to the street with a celebrity poster campaign along the T-line from the Embarcadero to Carroll Street.
The Arts Providers Alliance of San Francisco in conjunction with the San Francisco Unified School District invite you to the ninth annual Arts Education Resource Fair. Discover arts enrichment programs! Become an arts advocate! Plan field trips or bring therich artistic diversity of San Francisco to your classroom! When: Thursday, September 13, 4-8 p.m. Where: [...]
Americans for the Arts recently released its Arts Education Field Guide, a tool for communities to created connections and partnerships that will strengthen the accessibility of arts education in the area.
August 7-9, 2012 at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland, CA, the Alameda County Integrated Learning Summer Institute cuts to the core of quality learning and the opportunities provided by the shift to Common Core Standards and new performance-based assessments.
San Francisco 49er tight end Vernon Davis will present Lowell High School student Niyjale Cummings with a Vernon Davis Visual Arts Scholarship at the Young at Art celebration on May 18 at the de Young Museum.
On May 20, 2012 from 2-5 p.m., the San Francisco Arts Commission in conjunction with the Bayview Opera House and Mastamind Productions present the free community screening of filmmaker and activist Kevin Epps’ Straight Out of Hunters Point 2.