911 Media Center
Workshops, screenings, socials, events, speakers, facilities and projects for media makers.
Arts Corps offers free arts education classes to kids and teens.
Coyote opens up Seattle for junior-high youth to discover their rich intellectual and creative
talents through projects and problem solving with professionals in real-life settings.
Gage Academy of Art
Gage Youth Programs offer practical art instruction in drawing, painting and 3-D design for 6-to 18-year old artists.
Gage Teen Art Studios
Come to the free Friday and Saturday artmaking events every week!
826 Seattle is a non-profit writing center for youth to develop their creative and expository writing skills. They offers classes and workshops -- all free of charge.
The Power of Hope
Arts-centered intergenerational and multicultural learning programs that value self-awareness, leadership,
community and social change.
Photographic Center Northwest
Offers after-school workshops with professional photographers for immigrant middle and high school youth.
Pratt Fine Arts Center
An arts education and resource center dedicated to promoting creative development and artistic engagement to
the local and global community.
The Sanctuary Art Center
is a non-profit art studio serving homeless youth and young adults ages 13-25.
The center operates five days a week and offers programs in Visual Arts, Theater, Music and Youth Employment.
Seattle Youth Arts Program
This City of Seattle Arts and Cultural Affairs program supports dozens of local artists and organizations with money for
arts education workshops and programs.
This City program encourages innovation and widens cultural participation, particularly by individuals,
organizations and communities that may not be served by the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs' other funding programs; youth under 18 may apply with an adult co-signer.
Urban Art Works
Empowering young people through professional opportunities in the arts.
Youth in Focus - Photography
The mission of Youth in Focus is to empower urban teens, through photography, to experience their world in new ways and
make positive changes in their lives.