San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Youth Art Exchange presents:
WE HAVE A VOICE: The 6th Annual San Francisco Youth Arts Summit
Join Youth Art Exchange and dozens of arts organizations from across the San Francisco Bay Area in a two day celebration of young artists using creativity to amplify their voices and power.
On Friday, December 2, SOMArts and YAX host a gallery preview, happy hour, and youth film festival. From 5–6PM, get a sneak peak at the visual, technical, and multimedia arts in the gallery, and enjoy a happy hour with wine and beer (21+), non-alcoholic drinks, and hors d'oeuvres. At 6PM, enjoy nachos and popcorn while being dazzled with a curated collection of youth-produced films on the big screen.
On Saturday, December 3, the gallery will come alive with dozens of exhibits showcasing the work of youth from around The Bay, interactive activities and art making, food and drink, photobooths, live music and DJs, and a performance competition. Catch the gallery shows and interactive activities from 1–3PM. From 3–5PM, the stage comes alive with performances – featuring music, theater, circus arts, spoken word, and more!
The 6th Annual San Francisco Youth Arts Summit is free and open to the public.
Participating organizations include 826 Valencia, California College of the Arts, Circus Center, Gateway High School, Imperfect Produce, June Jordan School for Equity, Lick-Wilmerding High School, Mission High, Pyramind, Queer Ancestors Project, Root Division, Ryse Youth Center, San Francisco Art Institue, SFJAZZ, The Mix at SFPL, Southern Exposure, Ruth Asawa School of the Arts World Music & Dance Program, Streetside Stories, Today's Future Sound, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Young People's Teen Musical Theatre Company, Youth Speaks, Youth Art Exchange, and more TBA.
The San Francisco Youth Arts Summit is produced by Youth Art Exchange, sponsored by Lick-Wilmerding High School, with special thanks to Artist & Craftsman Supply San Francisco. Venue support generously provided by SOMArts Cultural Center, which is supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission.