Did you miss HOPE SPRINGS: A Fundraiser for ArtsChange? Well we definitely missed you, but it’s not too late to help! Just click on the button below to make a donation through JustGive.Org. Your contribution will go directly toward furthering youth arts programs in Richmond. Thanks in advance for your support!
You’re Invited! To an evening of food, friends, art and live music as we gather to raise funds for art programs in Richmond and throughout the East Bay.
A Fundraiser for ArtsChange
Wednesday, May 18th, 2011
The Marsh Arts Center
2120 Allston Way, Berkeley 94704
ONGOING INTERACTIVE ART WORKSHOPS / YOUTH ART GALLERY /
PHOTOGRAPHY SALE/ HOSTED BUFFET
FEATURING LIVE MUSIC BY
THE RHYTHM METHOD
TICKETS*: $50 / $75 / $100 SUGGESTED DONATIONS
(Group rates available; Discounts for seniors students; No one turned away for lack of funds)
TO PURCHASE TICKETS:
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FOR MORE INFORMATION or to VOLUNTEER at the event:
TO MAKE A DONATION
Visit our website http://www.artschange.org and click on the DONATE NOW button. ArtsChange is a 501c3
(Tax ID# 20-0413052).
*Your contribution / ticket price are tax deductible.
The winter session has ended and here are pictures to remind us all why art is necessary in our community. The youth build of inspiration and motivation and ArtsChange is that door for youth here in Richmond.
Stay Tune for Spring Classes that will begin April 11th, new teachers and new classes.
The RYAT-Squad has been has been hard at work putting together their final projects. Their time is almost at an end and will soon be transitioning out. Proud to say they are Graduating High school In June and continuing school in the fall. We are so proud of them here at ArtsChange.
We are currently selling all of the photos featured above. If you are interested in purchasing a framed print, please email email@example.com or call 510-275-4787. These photos were done by student artists in Studio 205, our after school art program at RYSE Youth Center. Artists featured in this slideshow: Manuel Floriano, Ginea Jack, Roy Brown, and Jose Lopez. By purchasing these prints, you are supporting arts education and young Richmond artists.
BUILD was a Huge Success!!!
The last weekend of January, students in our digital photography class exhibited their work at Pueblo Nuevo in the first offsite exhibition titled, Build!
|Featured Artists in the Build show are Students from ArtsChange’s Studio 205 After School Arts Program: Manuel Floriano, Xavier Polk, Phon Chanthanassk, Oliver Rodriguez, Ginea Jack, Tania Pulido, Roy Brown and Tim KimThis exhibition celebrates the work of eight youth photographers ages 15-21 as they pick up the camera for the first time. Working with their ArtsChange artist mentor Joseph Mintz these images were taken over the course of 12 weekly workshops. Their vision makes every effort to connect the mundane, the harsh and the ordinary to the beautiful struggle that is coming of age in Richmond.
ArtsChange Teaching Artist, Joseph Mintz – Originally hailing from Syracuse, NY, Joseph Mintz is an artist, musician, and photographer living in the Bay Area for the last 5 years. His work concentrates on the human condition in all its complexity; Focusing on people and the various things that they create: relationships, art, music, cities, cultures, and change.