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C Street: Untitled

Intensive Art Mentorship (I AM) - C Street: Untitled

Youth in Arts’ “C Street: Untitled” aims to amplify the power in young artists to make important change happen in their communities.

In our new summer mentorship program for emerging high school artists, “C Street: Untitled”, participating students will work with a professional visual artist to create a collaborative public artwork to be placed in San Rafael’s Terra Linda community. The project will center the topics of racism and social justice with a specific focus on Marin County. Join us and Youth in Arts Mentor Artist Orin Carpenter as we explore creative expression, engage in critical conversations, and create impactful artworks to share with the world. “C Street: Untitled” will bring together a group of up to 10 high school-aged emerging artists to take part in this creative process and amplify the voice of young makers like you in the community through visual arts!

This program is geared towards young artists ages 13 – 18 who are passionate about creating and sharing their artwork with the community. 

Apply to Become a C Street Emerging Artist!

Emerging Artists in the C Street program will receive a stipend for their full participation in the project, and will need to commit to the following schedule:

Program Dates: June 28th – August 4th
Weekly Schedule: Mondays and Wednesdays
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

The workshops and creative process will take place at Youth in Arts’ Studio space at 917 C St. San Rafael CA, 94901.

Ready to apply to become an Emerging Artist in our “C Street: Untitled” program this summer? Complete your online application before June 18th! All selected artists will be notified by June 22nd.

Youth in Arts is passionate about and dedicated to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for young artists experiencing disabilities in our programs. Our building is ADA compliant, and we encourage interested students to reach out to Program Director Kelsey Rieger at Kelsey@youthinarts.org to inquire after or request reasonable accommodation.